And Now: Romanian Scientists Solve Bird Death Mystery: They ‘Drank’ Themselves To Death

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Recent Worldwide Mass Animal Deaths (Google Maps)

Thousands of Fish Wash Up in Chicago and Hundreds of Birds Perish in California

US: Hundreds of Dead Blackbirds Found Along I-65 In Athens

1,000 Turtle Doves Falling Dead in Italy

More Animal Death Mysteries Around The World

Quebec bird deaths stump wildlife officials

US: Mysterious Death of 2 Million Fish in Chesapeake Bay

Hundreds of Dead Snapper Fish Wash Up On New Zealand Beach

Thousands of Birds Fall Dead Out of the Sky in SOUTH AMERICA

US: Hundreds More Blackbirds Fall From The Sky – This Time in Louisiana

US: Up to 5,000 Blackbirds Fall Dead Out of The Sky, Autopsies Find No Poison

US: Up to 100,000 Fish Found Dead Along Arkansas River


Authorities in Romania say dozens of starlings died of alcohol poisoning, not avian flu as feared.

Romeu Lazar, the executive director of the veterinary health department in the Black Sea port of Constanta said on Wednesday a post-mortem revealed the birds ate grape residue that had fermented and their bodies could not handle the alcohol.

He says they did not have avian flu, which hit the area several years ago.

Flying drunk proves fatal for bird flock (Reuters)

Constanta residents found dozens of dead birds on the outskirts of the city last week. The reports come as other, larger bird deaths were reported in the United States and elsewhere.

Scientists say mass deaths of wildlife happen regularly, and are usually unrelated and unreported. (SURE!!!)

Read moreAnd Now: Romanian Scientists Solve Bird Death Mystery: They ‘Drank’ Themselves To Death

BBKA Betrayed Bee Keepers To Pesticide Lobby, Endorsed The Most Deadly Substances For Bees Existing On The Planet As ‘Bee-Friendly’ Or ‘Bee-Safe’

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Bumblebees in Freefall, Study Shows 96 Percent Decline

EPA Knowingly Allowed Pesticide That Kills Honey Bees, Leaked Document Shows (!)

Billons Of Bee Colonies Die Worldwide

Heavy Honeybee Die-Off Continues; New Study Shows Pollen And Hives Laden With Pesticides

Study: ‘High-Fructose Corn Syrup and Its Toxicity to the Honey Bee’

Organic Bees Surviving Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD) (!)

Yes, organic bees survive CCD, which almost proves that a pesticide (or maybe GM plants) must be responsible for CCD.

Also living on refined white sugar and high-fructose corn syrup in winter certainly can kill any advanced life-form.


The saga of the British Beekeepers’ Association (BBKA) and its long-term pesticide endorsements is quite extraordinary. For 10 years, the BBKA has been giving its official blessing to four insecticides as “bee-friendly” or “bee-safe” – for example, the May 2001 newsletter BBKA News referred to “the BBKA’s endorsement of Fury as a bee-safe product”, while another piece in August 2005 said “the products we endorse are bee-friendly when used properly”.

Yet the active ingredients of these products, as shown above, are among the most deadly substances for bees existing on the planet.

Most rational people, with no axe to grind one way or another about bees or pesticides or anything else, would surely find this counter-intuitive as best; at worst, simply bonkers. Good old bee-safe Fury, eh, which contains cypermethrin, the second most toxic insecticide to honey bees out of 100 tested. No wonder it has produced fury among some beekeepers. What has been going on?

The more one goes into it, the more it becomes clear that there is a very comfortable relationship – the old word used to be “cosy” – between the fairly small group of senior beekeeping figures who run the BBKA as a self-perpetuating oligarchy, and the pesticide lobby, or as they would prefer to call it, the crop protection industry.

This is something which may skew judgement. One of the claims in the open letter sent to the association by independent beekeepers is that “the BBKA appears never to have issued any public statement that is critical of any pesticides or pesticide manufacturer”. That’s a sweeping statement, but it’s certainly the case, if you leaf through BBKA News, that pesticides are not viewed as a major problem.

This matters, because in the great decline of bees we have witnessed in recent years, culminating in the mysterious colony collapse disorder, a new generation of pesticides, the neonicotinoids, may be implicated, some claim. Yet some senior British beekeepers and scientists insist the matter is down to mites like varroa, or viruses like nosema, and say pesticides have nothing to do with it.

Read moreBBKA Betrayed Bee Keepers To Pesticide Lobby, Endorsed The Most Deadly Substances For Bees Existing On The Planet As ‘Bee-Friendly’ Or ‘Bee-Safe’

US Recovery: Jobless Claims Hit 10-Week High, Biggest One-Week Jump In 6 Months

Bernanke, who was never right about anything, is ‘hopeful.’ Prepare for the worst!

What exactly is Bernanke doing?

Quantitative Easing Explained

Meet the financial and economic recovery:

Standard & Poor’s And Moody’s Warn On US Credit Rating

US 2010 Home Foreclosures Top 1 Million For First Time

US Housing Market Slips Into Depression Territory

14 Eye Opening Statistics Which Reveal Just How Dramatically The US Economy Has Collapsed Since 2007

US Government Spends $6.85 Million Per Minute

Geithner Warns Lawmakers That Failure to Raise US Debt Limit ‘Precipitates a Default by the United States’ With Catastrophic Economic Consequences

Hiding The Greatest Depression: How The US Government Does It

‘Recovery’ is the ‘Greatest Depression’.


Economy facing headwinds, but Bernanke hopeful

(Reuters) – Jobless claims hit a 10-week high last week while producer prices shot up in December, pointing to headwinds for an economy that Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke said was showing fresh vigor.

However, a surge in exports to their highest level in two years, which included record sales to China, helped narrow the U.S. trade deficit in November, an encouraging sign for fourth-quarter economic growth.

The data on Thursday marked one step forward and two steps back for an economy that appeared to gain a bit more momentum toward the end of last year.

Bernanke said he was hopeful about the recent improvement in the outlook, saying he expects the economy to expand between 3 percent and 4 percent this year.

“That’s not going to reduce unemployment at the pace we’d like it to, but certainly it would be good to see the economy growing,” Bernanke said at a conference on small business sponsored by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.

In November, the Fed’s estimates for 2011 were in a range of 3 percent to 3.6 percent.

“I think deflation risk has receded considerably and so we’re moving in the right direction,” Bernanke said.

Still, Thursday’s data showed just how torturous the economy’s path to recovery would be.

The number of Americans filing for first-time unemployment benefits rose unexpectedly to 445,000 from 410,000 in the prior week, a Labor Department report showed. It was the biggest one-week jump in about six months and confounded analyst forecasts for a small drop to 405,000.

Read moreUS Recovery: Jobless Claims Hit 10-Week High, Biggest One-Week Jump In 6 Months

Illinois Lawmakers Pass 66 Percent Income Tax Increase

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. — Illinois lawmakers have approved a politically risky 66 percent income tax increase in an effort to solve a historic budget crisis.

The bill now goes to Democratic Gov. Pat Quinn, who supports the plan.

It would temporarily set the personal tax rate at 5 percent, up from 3 percent now. Corporate taxes would climb, too.

Quinn’s office says the tax increase would generate about $6.8 billion annually, helping close a budget hole that could hit $15 billion this year.

Read moreIllinois Lawmakers Pass 66 Percent Income Tax Increase

Virus Kills Millions of Crickets

Paralysis virus has disrupted supplies to pet shops across North America


PORT ALLEN, La. — A virus has killed millions of crickets raised to feed pet reptiles and those kept in zoos.

The cricket paralysis virus has disrupted supplies to pet shops across North America as a handful of operators have seen millions of their insects killed.

Some operations have gone bankrupt and others have closed indefinitely until they can rid their facilities of the virus.

Cricket farms started in the 1940s as a source of fish bait, but the bulk of sales now are to pet supply companies, reptile owners and zoos, although people also eat some.

Read moreVirus Kills Millions of Crickets

France and Germany Veto Increase in EU Rescue Fund

From the article:  “… a well-covered auction of €1.25bn of Portuguese debt…”

Italy: Youth Unemployment Hits Record 28.9 Percent

That said, with fundamentals no longer relevant, the only catalysts the market is concerned about for the next several days will be the plethora of bond auctions with Portugal coming to market tomorrow, followed promptly by Spain. Both are expected to price their issues at or near all time wide levels, which explains why the ECB has been in the market all day today, buying up every piece of paper available in an attempt to stabilize the market ahead of tomorrow.



Germany and France have rejected calls by Brussels for a rapid increase in the size and powers of the EU’s rescue machinery, once again exposing serious differences at the heart of monetary union.


France’s President Sarkozy with German Chancellor Angela Merkel.  Photo: REUTERS

Jose Barroso, head of the European Commission, called on EU leaders to boost the firepower of the EU’s €440bn (£366bn) bail-out fund and beef up its role, allowing it to intervene with pre-emptive bond purchases to help states under threat.

“It is important for the markets to know that Eurozone leaders are committed to do whatever is necessary,” he said, hoping for action as soon as early February.

He also proposed a “new phase of European integration” with far-reaching oversight of the budgets, pensions, labour markets, and trade flows of EU states to prevent a recurrence of the imbalances that led to the EMU debt crisis.

Mr Barroso said the fund boost was a “precautionary” move, not directed at any one country. The gambit is risky since it may be taken by investors as a sign that Brussels fears imminent contagion to Spain, deemed too big for the current fund.

Read moreFrance and Germany Veto Increase in EU Rescue Fund

Growing Power: Growing Fish in Greenhouses – 1 Million Pounds of Food on 3 Acres


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Growing Power is an innovative urban farm in Milwaukee.


Added: 6. May 2009

Milwaukee’s Growing Power, a community-based urban food center, is using plants as natural water filters for raising yellow perch. Fred Binkowski, an aquaculture specialist with the University of Wisconsin Sea Grant Institute, provides technical advice on the experimental effort.
www.growingpower.org
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Scientists Find 34,000-Year-Old Organisms Buried Alive!


They’re aliiiiiiiive! But difficult to spot. The bacteria are the tiny, pin-prick-looking objects, dwarfed by the larger, spherical algal cells. The colored spots come from pigments the algae produce, carotenoids, still vibrant 30,000 years on. Credit: Brian Schube

It’s a tale that has all the trappings of a cult 1960s sci-fi movie: Scientists bring back ancient salt crystals, dug up from deep below Death Valley for climate research. The sparkling crystals are carefully packed away until, years later, a young, unknown researcher takes a second look at the 34,000-year-old crystals and discovers, trapped inside, something strange. Something … alive.

Thankfully this story doesn’t end with the destruction of the human race, but with a satisfied scientist finishing his Ph.D.

“It was actually a very big surprise to me,” said Brian Schubert, who discovered ancient bacteria living within tiny, fluid-filled chambers inside the salt crystals.

Salt crystals grow very quickly, imprisoning whatever happens to be floating – or living – nearby inside tiny bubbles just a few microns across, akin to naturally made, miniature snow-globes.

“It’s permanently sealed inside the salt, like little time capsules,” said Tim Lowenstein, a professor in the geology department at Binghamton University and Schubert’s advisor at the time.

Read moreScientists Find 34,000-Year-Old Organisms Buried Alive!

Standard & Poor’s And Moody’s Warn On US Credit Rating

The elite puppet Obama administration is doing what it does best:

US Government Spends $6.85 Million Per Minute

Bankrupting America!

Americans never had a choice.

Preparing for collapse:

Virginia – HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 557: ‘Establishing a joint subcommittee to study whether the Commonwealth should adopt a currency to serve as an alternative to the currency distributed by the Federal Reserve System in the event of a MAJOR BREAKDOWN of the Federal Reserve System.’


S&P and Moody’s warned the U.S. about its credit rating and urged the government to do more to arrest a deteriorating fiscal situation.


A Wall Street sign stands outside the New York Stock Exchange.

Jan. 13 (Wall Street Journal) — With attention focused on sovereign-debt worries in Europe, two major credit-rating firms reminded investors again that the U.S. has debt problems of its own.

Investors bought Treasury debt nonetheless, ignoring the comments, which echoed prior statements by the companies and may still be months or years away from having any practical meaning.

“The warning on the U.S. rating is well-founded,” said Brian Yelvington, chief fixed-income strategist at Knight Capital. “However, it will probably fall on deaf ears until the peripheral Europe story plays out.”

Moody’s Investors Service said in a report on Thursday that the U.S. will need to reverse the expansion of its debt if it hopes to keep its “Aaa” rating.

“We have become increasingly clear about the fact that if there are not offsetting measures to reverse the deterioration in negative fundamentals in the U.S., the likelihood of a negative outlook over the next two years will increase,” Sarah Carlson, senior analyst at Moody’s, said.

Read moreStandard & Poor’s And Moody’s Warn On US Credit Rating

US: 49 of 50 States Hit By Snow Storms


Freezing: Only Florida, in the extreme southeast, has so far escaped snow fall as two storms cover virtually the whole of the U.S.

The U.S. is shivering in the grips of a freezing winter with 49 of its 50 states now having snow on the ground.

Two winter storms have dumped several inches of snow in some states and left flights grounded from Texas to the Carolinas.

Read moreUS: 49 of 50 States Hit By Snow Storms

Brazil: Floods Leave More Than 257 Dead – Update: Death Toll Jumps to 335

Update: Brazil flood death toll jumps to 335 (Telegraph)


At least 257 people have been killed and the death toll is likely to rise after heavy rains caused flooding and mudslides near Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Three towns in the Serrana mountain region north of Rio were devastated as landslides destroyed homes, roads and power lines and buried families alive as they slept.

Teresopolis, 62 miles north of Rio, was the worst hit town with 130 deaths recorded after hillsides gave way and a river burst its banks following the equivalent of a month’s rainfall in 24 hours.

In Nova Friburgo 107 were killed, including three firemen buried by mudslides, while 20 people died in Petropolis, according to Brazil’s Globo News television channel.

Read moreBrazil: Floods Leave More Than 257 Dead – Update: Death Toll Jumps to 335

Sri Lanka: Flood Affects 1 Million People, 40,000 Acres Of Paddy Cultivation Already Damaged

Stormy weather forced President Mahinda Rajapaksa to cut short his tour of flood-affected areas on Wednesday as torrential rain continued to play havoc in parts of Sri Lanka, killed 18 people and affecting at least 960,000 more.

The Disaster management Centre said that 180,151 people were living in 453 centres for the displaced set up in affected districts. The government has appealed to the public to donate essentials including dry rations, mattresses, bed sheets and drinking water.

R.M.S. Bandara of the National Building Research Organisation told reporters that landslide warnings were issued in 10 districts including Matale, Badulla and Kandy.

What is worse is that the livelihood of the victims is likely to be affected with more than one third of the country’s paddy productions coming from the flooded districts. About 40,000 acres of paddy cultivation has already been damaged.

Because of incessant rain drinking water ponds have also been contaminated. In Colombo, prices vegetables have shot up because of supply shortage.

Read moreSri Lanka: Flood Affects 1 Million People, 40,000 Acres Of Paddy Cultivation Already Damaged

Australia: Graphic Video of Flood Chaos in Brisbane

Emergency sirens blared across Brisbane, Australia’s third-largest city, on Wednesday as floodwaters that have torn a deadly path across the northeast poured into an empty downtown, swamping neighbourhoods. At least 22 people have died and more than 40 are missing across Australia’s northeastern state of Queensland since drenching rains that began in November sent swollen rivers spilling over their banks, flooding an area larger than France and Germany combined.

US 2010 Home Foreclosures Top 1 Million For First Time

WASHINGTON Jan 13 (Reuters) – Banks seized more than a million U.S. homes in one year for the first time last year, despite a slowdown in the last few months as questions around foreclosure processing arose, a leading firm said on Thursday.

Banks foreclosed on 69,847 properties in December, bringing the year’s total to 1.05 million, topping the prior record of 918,000 homes seized in 2009, real estate data firm RealtyTrac said.

The number of foreclosure filings, which includes default notices, auctions and repossessions, was a record 2.9 million last year, including 257,747 filings in December.

“Total properties receiving foreclosure filings would have easily exceeded 3 million in 2010 had it not been for the fourth-quarter drop in foreclosure activity — triggered primarily by the continuing controversy surrounding foreclosure documentation and procedures that prompted many major lenders to temporarily halt some foreclosure proceedings,” said James J. Saccacio, chief executive officer of RealtyTrac.

“Even so, 2010 foreclosure activity still hit a record high for our report, and many of the foreclosure proceedings that were stopped in late 2010,-which we estimate may be as high as a quarter million, will likely be re-started and add to the numbers in early 2011,” Saccacio said.

Read moreUS 2010 Home Foreclosures Top 1 Million For First Time

Thousands of Fish Wash Up in Chicago and Hundreds of Birds Perish in California

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Thousands of herring-type fish dead along Chicago lakefront (Reuters)



Another mass death: Thousands of gizzard shad fish have washed up on banks of Chicago’s harbours

Thousands of gizzard shad fish have been washed up on Chicago’s harbours while more than 100 dead birds have been found clustered on a California highway.

The two instances appear to be a continuation of the strange mass animal deaths that have struck in the past fortnight – in America and elsewhere.

However Lake Michigan Program biologist Dan Makauskas said that gizzard shad are not a very tough variety of fish and are more sensitive to drops in oxygen levels than most fish.

Mr Makauskas suggested that the young fish may not have built up enough reserves to withstand the early onslaught of extreme cold that hit the area.

Canada geese and mallard ducks have eaten many of the dead fish.

Meanwhile, California wildlife officials are attempting to work out what caused the death of more than 100 birds found clustered together just off Highway 101.

The Santa Rosa Press Democrat reports that California Highway Patrol officers found the dead birds near the roadway on Saturday and called in the state Department of Fish and Game to investigate.

The officers who found the birds described them as small with brown and black feathers.

They were intact and had not been shot.

By Daily Mail Reporter
Last updated at 3:44 AM on 12th January 2011

Full article: Daily Mail

US: Hundreds of Dead Blackbirds Found Along I-65 In Athens

And the explanations get better and better.

All the birds falling out of the sky had clear signs of trauma too.



About 300 dead blackbirds were found along I-65 in Athens on Wednesday morning. (Carson Clark, WHNT NEWS 19 / January 12, 2011)

ATHENS, AL — Wednesday morning, we got a handful of emails and phone calls from viewers who said there appeared to be a massive bird kill on the side of Interstate 65 in Limestone County. That’s exactly what we found when we got there.

Just south of Athens, near mile marker 347, there were around 300 dead blackbirds just off the side of the northbound lanes.

The viewers who called us said the birds seemed to just fall from the sky, but we spoke to a wildlife biologist at the scene who says there is an explanation for what happened.

“What it appears to us right now is that the birds were feeding alongside the road,” said Mitchell Marks. “The flock flushed, flew out into a vehicle and we’ve got this kill here along the road.”

All of the dead birds had clear signs of trauma, but Marks collected a few to examine them.

Read moreUS: Hundreds of Dead Blackbirds Found Along I-65 In Athens

Man Dies of Swine Flu Despite Swine Flu Vaccine

Genocide:

Bill Gates Admits Vaccines Are For Depopulation

Dr. Len Horowitz: Profitable Depopulation Plot Links JPMorgan and Goldman Sachs to Vaccination Contaminations and Big Pharma Corruption

Polio surge in Nigeria caused by mutated vaccine virus:

The vaccine used in the United States and other Western nations is given in shots, which use a killed virus that cannot cause polio.

So when WHO officials discovered a polio outbreak in Nigeria was sparked by the polio vaccine itself, they assumed it would be easier to stop than a natural “wild” virus.

They were wrong.

Dr. Rima E. Laibow: The Globalist Depopulation Agenda


ZAGREB, Croatia (AP) — A Croatian doctor says a 46-year-old man has died of swine flu even though he had been vaccinated against it.

Dr. Ante Beus, head of the Infective Disease Clinic in Zagreb, says the man — the country’s third flu fatality this season — did not respond to the vaccine he received a month ago.

People should develop immunity after two weeks.

Read moreMan Dies of Swine Flu Despite Swine Flu Vaccine

‘The World Is Only One Poor Harvest Away From Chaos’

Food shortages and exploding food prices, after bankrupting entire nations, are some of the next steps on the elite agenda.

Many believe that H.A.A.R.P. is used to create this chaos, but it is certainly not only H.A.A.R.P that is responsible for all of this chaos that we have created. ( And I am not talking about the global warming scam here.)

We could easily green the entire Sahara desert in only a few years.

We have the technology to do this and it would be unbelievable cheap, but the elite agenda is different.

If we allow them to get away with all their crimes, then we are really in more trouble then we can imagine in our worst nightmares.

Start to grow your own organic garden this year and prepare yourself. By changing our reality we influence the world.

The elitists want to push GMOs as a solution to the coming world hunger crisis, that they themselves have created in the first place.

Déjà Vu All Over Again.

Max Keiser: Monsanto And The Seeds Of Evil

The GMO Catastrophe In The US, A Lesson For The World

Monsanto: GM-Corn Harvest of 82,000 Hectares in South Africa Fails

Exposed: the great GM crops myth (The Independent):

“Genetic modification actually cuts the productivity of crops, an authoritative new study shows, undermining repeated claims that a switch to the controversial technology is needed to solve the growing world food crisis.”

Food prices are about to explode:

Australia Floods: Food Prices to Rise 30% – 50% of Crops Affected, With 20% Wiped Out

India: Food Inflation Up Over 18 Percent In Just One Year

Algerian Riots Continue Over Skyrocketing Food Prices And Unemployment


Millions of the world’s poorest people and the state of the global economy are threatened by the food price rises


Hunger pains Photo: Getty Images

Within a decade,” promised the top representative of the world’s mightiest country, “no man, woman or child will go to bed hungry.”

Dr Henry Kissinger, at the height of his powers as US Secretary of State, was speaking to the landmark 1974 World Food Conference. Since then, the number of hungry people worldwide has almost exactly doubled: from 460 million to 925 million.

And this week the airwaves have been full of warnings that the formidable figure could be about to increase further, as a new food crisis takes hold. Some experts warned that the world could be on the verge of a “nightmare scenario” of cut‑throat competition for the control of shrinking supplies.

The cause of such alarm? On Wednesday, the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) reported that global food prices had hit a record high and were likely to go on rising, entering what Abdolreza Abbassian, its senior grains economist, called “danger territory”.

That is bad enough for Britain, adding to the inflationary pressures from the soaring cost of oil and other commodities, not to mention the VAT increase. But for the world’s poor, who have to spend 80 per cent of their income on food, it could be catastrophic.

Robert Zoellick, president of the World Bank, warns that the rising prices are “a threat to global growth and social stability”, and Nicolas Sarkozy has identified them as a priority for the G20, which he chairs this year.

See also: World Bank’s Wrong Advice Left Silos Empty in Poor Countries

Already they are higher than in 2008, when they drove the tally of the malnourished briefly above a billion for the first time in history, and caused riots in countries as far apart as Indonesia, Cameroon and Mexico. That ended nearly two decades during which the number of hungry people had stayed the same, while the world population grew by 1.2 billion, so that the proportion of an increasing humanity without enough to eat steadily fell.

But the crisis of two years ago, and the one that may be unfolding now, are polar opposites of the one behind the World Food Conference. Then, bad harvests had produced a real shortage. Now, we have bumper crops: the past three years have produced the biggest harvests ever. The issue is not one of supply, but of demand.

The mushrooming middle classes of India and China helped cause the 2008 price hike by eating more meat, which, in turn, mops up grain: it can take, for example, 8lb of cereals to produce one of beef. And cars contributed as well as cows. Biofuels (another project on the elite agenda) transferred over 100 million tons of cereals from plates to petrol tanks: to fill a 4 x 4 tank requires enough grain to feed a poor person for a year. Speculation, too, helped drive prices up.

Read more‘The World Is Only One Poor Harvest Away From Chaos’

David Icke: They Are Getting So Desperate

Why does this ludicrous man seek to connect me (whose name he doesn’t even know how to pronounce) and others exposing the global conspiracy with the outrageous shooting of a Congresswoman and multiple murders in Arizona?

Why does he try to dub me a ‘right-winger’ when I believe that all extremes, ‘wings’ and label-thinking have lost the plot and also try to connect me with violence when the very foundation of everything I say is to emphasise non-violence?

Why? Because I am getting too close to the truth and because my major article repeated below went out across the Internet on New Year’s Day exposing the Rothschild Zionist secret society that has used and abused Jewish people for well over a century and more, and has its place-people in key areas of government leadership and administration.

This silly man’s organisation, the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), is part of the Rothschild Zionist ‘hate-crime’, ‘hate laws’, ‘dub-them-racists’ network that includes the Anti-Defamation League, B’nai B’rith etc., etc, and seeks to label ‘racist’ and ‘far-right’ anyone who gets close to exposing the architects of human enslavement and control. Thank-you, Mr ‘Botox’, I take it as a compliment.

I am glad I have rattled their cage so much that they try so desperately to discredit me, but how disgraceful and shameful it is to seek to do so by exploiting such a terrible tragedy. Outrageous.

THEY DARE NOT SPEAK ITS NAME …

Read here…

… And from March 2009 …

Please Don’t Riot (Don’t Be Violent) … It’s Just What ‘They’ Want …

Read here…

‘At the centre of non-violence stands the principle of love – Martin Luther King

Isn’t it amazing that Obama and the moralising rent-a-quotes can’t wait to find a microphone to quite rightly condemn the violence in Arizona, but they have no problem whatsoever mass murdering civilians in Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan and elsewhere year after year after year and funding with American taxpayers’ money the systematic genocide of the Palestinian people?

Some would call it hypocrisy, but evil is probably better.

Please post and circulate far and wide

MAKE AN EFFORT, MAKE A DIFFERENCE … THANK-YOU.

Source: David Icke