- TV: “Surge in marine mammal strandings” on US West Coast — Scientists: “This is very weird”; “My biggest fear is if this… is everywhere” along coast — Whales, dolphins, sea lions, birds recently washing up in large numbers — Many thousands likely dead — Violent seizures shown on news (VIDEO) (ENENews, Aug 30, 2014):
America Tonight, Aug. 26, 2014 (emphasis added): A sea lion has washed up… suffering repeated violent seizures, it’s in agony… “We’ve rescued about 860 animals within our rescue range. We’re seeing increased numbers in all the species we’ve cared for this year.” It’s not just sea lions — otters are also dying… large numbers of whales and dolphins are stranding on Southern California beaches, brown pelicans… dropped dead from the sky… “She had been seizing for about 30-40 minutes. Nothing seemed to be helping, so she eventually died while we were doing other stuff in here.”… “The sea lions are the sentinels of the sea. They are eating the fish that the humans are eating… There could be a time… that all the fish are contaminated by this toxin.” Continue reading »
Tags: animals, California, Dolphins, Environment, Fish, Global News, Science, U.S., Whales
I’ve posted a link to this article yesterday, but it seems not many people saw it.
So here is the entire article.
- Experts: Scary problems on California coast — There may be “no food anywhere” along Pacific except in isolated areas — “It’s like crime scene investigation” in ocean — ‘Certainly’ Fukushima is one of stresses to sea life — Dolphins, whales more likely to be bathed in radiation (VIDEO) (ENENews, Aug 30, 2014):
Interview with Kristen Milligan(transcript excerpts), Oregon State University marine ecologist, by WheepingWillow, June 13, 2014 (emphasis added):
- 4:30 in — “There‘s other issues going on, like with dolphins and sea lions… There’s all these different stresses happening and certainly Fukushima is one.”
- 8:30 in –” The problems we’re having in Monterey Bay, I think it’s pretty different than the sea star wasting. It is a very similar, heightened — scary, you know. Because the dolphins and sea lions, especially the dolphins, they’re moving way offshore, miles and miles and miles. So those animals are more likely to be bathed in whatever — if there is significant levels of radiation to cause that — they’re more likely to be bathed on a chronic long-term level in that stuff, because they’re out in that… So we’re getting different types of exposure between the marine mammals and starfish. I can’t say anything, because it’s not, and this is where I wish — I’m looking forward to seeing what reports we get from the scientists that are just meeting to assess this… [Sea stars are] not like the big tuna that are starting to show signals of radiation. They’re not like dolphins or whales that are transiting the ocean waters all the time to areas that are closer to Japan.” Continue reading »
Tags: animals, Dolphins, Environment, Fukushima, Global News, Japan, Nuclear, Nuclear reactors, Oceans, Radiation, Whales
From the article:
Putin concluded, perhaps ominously,“they should have known that Russia cannot stand aside when people are being shot almost at point-blank.”
… which is exactly why the elitists have created all this chaos in the Ukraine.
The elitists have planned WW3 for us.
- Putin Calls For “Immediate Talks” Over Eastern Ukraine “Statehood” (ZeroHedge, Aug 31, 2014):
Vladimir Putin, who has repeatedly said that he does not favor the break-up of Ukraine – but only greater autonomy for the East, appears to have changed course rather dramatically today. In a speech broadcast on Russian TV, the Russian leader stated “we need to immediately begin substantive talks… on questions of the political organisation of society and statehood for southeastern Ukraine.” As The Washington Post reports, use of the word “statehood” reflects a major shift in Kremlin policy towards ‘Novorossiya‘ – it would be a direct challenge not only to Kiev but also to Western European nations and the United States, which have been trying to force Moscow to back down. While not directly addressing the latest round of sanctions chatter, Putin concluded, perhaps ominously, “they should have known that Russia cannot stand aside when people are being shot almost at point-blank.”
As AFP reports,
President Vladimir Putin today dramatically raised the stakes in the Ukraine conflict by calling for the first time for statehood to be considered for the restive east of the former Soviet state.
“We need to immediately begin substantive talks… on questions of the political organisation of society and statehood for southeastern Ukraine with the goal of protecting the lawful interests of the people who live there,” Putin was quoted as saying by Russian news agencies on a TV show broadcast in the far east of the country. Continue reading »
Tags: Barack Obama, EU, Europe, Global News, Government, Military, Obama administration, Politics, Russia, Ukraine, Vladimir Putin
- “Dawn Of Libya” Islamist Militia Group Seizes US Embassy In Tripoli, Holds Pool Party (ZeroHedge, Aug 31, 2014):
Probably the ‘oddest’ headline of the day but in yet another show of disdain towards US military might, the Islamist militia group known as “Dawn Of Libya” has ‘secured’ an annex of the U.S. embassy in Tripoli. As Reuters reports, the United States evacuated its embassy in Tripoli on July 26, driving diplomats across the border into Tunisia; but a YouTube video showed the breach of the vacated diplomatic facility by an armed group, with fighters seen milling around a swimming pool. A rebel takeover of the compound would now deliver another symbolic blow to U.S. policy toward Libya, which Western governments fear is teetering toward becoming a failed state.
As Reuters reports, Continue reading »
Tags: Barack Obama, Global News, Government, Libya, Obama administration, Politics, Terrorism, U.S.
Aug 28, 2014
The same crisis actress plays the part of James Foley’s sister and Adam Lanza’s classmate. The clips of her saying “ummm” are intermixed from both parts, Lanza and Foley. If you think its only one girl, you are right, one girl playing 2 parts. 911, Sandy Hook and Boston https://www.facebook.com/ExposingTheB…
Tags: Adam Lanza, Global News, Government, James Foley, Journalism, Mind-Control, New World Order, Politics, U.S.
Not to forget the second rule,
I don’t believe in anything Big Pharma wants to sell me, …
… especially if it is a GMO drug:
- Zmapp Experimental Drug Made From Tobacco for Ebola Cure (Resisting The New World Order)
- That “secret serum” Ebola treatment? GMO. (DAILY KOS)
- Ebola Therapy From an Obscure Biotech Firm Is Hurried Along (New York Times)
- Experimental Ebola drug cured 100% of monkeys tested (USA Today, Aug 29, 2014):
In what scientists are calling a “monumental achievement,” an experimental medication called ZMapp — given on a compassionate basis to a handful of Ebola victims in the current outbreak — cured 100% of monkeys treated in a Canadian study, researchers announced Friday.
ZMapp, made by Mapp Biopharmaceuticals of San Diego, is in the early stage of development and has never been formally tested in humans. In a study published Friday in the journal Nature, however, the drug allowed all 18 rhesus macaques infected with a lethal dose of Ebola to recover. The drug worked even when given five days after infection. The monkeys received three doses of ZMapp, administered three days apart, according to the study, which was conducted by the Public Health Agency of Canada. Continue reading »
Tags: Biotech, Genetically Modified Organisms, Global News, GMO, Health, Science
- Australian Bureau of Meteorology caught red-handed manipulating temperature records (Ice Age Now, Aug 30, 2014):
Accused of criminally adjusting data to show “global warming” where none actually exists.
“At Amberley, Queensland, for example, the data at a weather station showing 1 degree Celsius cooling per century was “homogenized” (adjusted) by the Bureau so that it instead showed a 2.5 degrees warming per century,” says this article on Brietbart.com.
“At Rutherglen, Victoria, a cooling trend of -0.35 degrees C per century was magically transformed at the stroke of an Australian meteorologist’s pen into a warming trend of 1.73 degrees C per century.
“Last year, the Australian Bureau of Meteorology made headlines in the liberal media by claiming that 2013 was Australia’s hottest year on record.
“But we now know, thanks to research by Australian scientist Jennifer Marohasy, that the hysteria this story generated was based on fabrications and lies.
“Though the Bureau of Meteorology has insisted its data adjustments are “robust”, it has been unable to come up with a credible explanation as to why it translated real-world data showing a cooling trend into homogenized data showing a warming trend.
“Repetition is a propaganda technique. The deletion of information from records, and the use of exaggeration and half-truths, are others. The Bureau of Meteorology uses all these techniques, while wilfully ignoring evidence that contradicts its own propaganda.’’
Similarly dishonest “homogenizations” made by agencies in the U.K. and U.S.
“This is a global problem. Earlier this year, Breitbart reported that similarly dishonest adjustments had been made to temperature records by NASA and NOAA. Similarly implicated are the UK temperature records of the Met Office Hadley Centre and at Phil “Climategate” Jones’s disgraced Climatic Research Unit at the University of East Anglia.”
Thanks to Dean Koehler, James Stoffaire, Dennis Mccleney and Robert Brown for this link
“Another set of bogus temperature numbers revealed,” says Robert Brown. “Great article and just another nail in the coffin the global warming cultists will try to ignore or explain away.”
Some of the comments about such homogenization (adjustment) of data:THE Bureau of Meteorology’s homogenisation of temperature records reminds me of an old statistician’s joke. If you put one foot in a bucket of iced water and the other on a red hot stove, on average you’ll be comfortable.
Helen J Wilson, Fernleigh, NSW
THE massive, Greens-driven expenditure world wide in recent years to “reduce the impact of anthropogenic global warming” created a huge international cohort of scientists who will do anything to defend funding for their patch. Jennifer Marohasy has challenged them and must be congratulated for doing so
Robin Claxton, Hillwood, Tas
Thanks to Dean Koehler for this link
Tags: Australia, Climate Change, Environment, Fraud, Global News, Global Warming, Government, Meteorology, Politics
- Liberals’ darling Elizabeth Warren defends Israeli attacks on Gaza schools and hospitals (RT,, Aug 29, 2014):
Israel has the right to shell Palestinian hospitals and schools out of self defense as long as Hamas stores rocket launchers next to them, US Sen. Elizabeth Warren said during a town hall meeting in Massachusetts this week.
Warren, darling du jour of American liberals, defended her vote to send more defense funding to Israel in the middle of its recent fierce offensive on Gaza, saying she believes civilian casualties are the “last thing Israel wants,” according to the Cape Cod Times.
“But when Hamas puts its rocket launchers next to hospitals, next to schools, they’re using their civilian population to protect their military assets. And I believe Israel has a right, at that point, to defend itself,” she said.
Israel and Palestinian authorities reached a long-term ceasefire agreement this week after Israel started its campaign in Gaza on July 8. The death toll from the Gaza conflict has reached at least 2,120 people, of which 577 are children, according to the Palestinian Health Ministry. Continue reading »
Tags: Barack Obama, Gaza, Global News, Gold, Obama administration, Palestine, Palestinians, Politics, U.S.
- 400% rise: Fee to renounce US citizenship goes up fourfold to $2,350 (RT, Aug 30, 2014):
The cost of getting rid of US citizenship has quadrupled to $2350, up from $450. The changes will come into effect on September 6th and the State Department says it is necessary to cover the real cost of processing an application to lose citizenship.
The price hike marks a sharp u turn from 2010 when the State Department decided on the $450 fee “in order to lessen the impact on those who need the service and not to discourage the utilization of the service, a development the Department feels would be detrimental to national interests.” Continue reading »
Tags: Barack Obama, Global News, Government, Obama administration, Politics, U.S.
A demonstrator holds a placard depicting German chancellor’s Angela Merkel and US President Barck Obama reading “That does not work” (Das geht gar nicht) during a demonstration against governmental surveillance on August 30, 2014 in Berlin. (AFP/DPA)
It could also be translated as … “This is totally unacceptable”
- Thousands of Germans rally to end government spying (RT, Aug 31, 2014):
The rally in Berlin against federal surveillance gathered thousands of people under the motto ‘Freedom not fear,’ who were calling for stricter control of German intelligence agencies.The organizers said about 6,500 demonstrators, a broad coalition of pro-transparency, anti-surveillance and civil rights groups including the Electronic Frontier Foundation, Reporters Without Borders, Digital Courage, and Amnesty International joined the rally as they marched from the Brandenburg Gate to the Federal Chancellery. Continue reading »
Tags: Angela Merkel, Barack Obama, Big Brother, EU, Europe, GCHQ, Germany, Global News, Government, NSA, Obama administration, Politics, Surveillance, U.K.
- US judge rules Microsoft must handover personal data stored abroad (RT, Aug 31, 2014):
Microsoft has been told it must handover emails stored abroad to US prosecutors by a New York court. However, the software giant says it will fight the ruling, saying that an email deserves the same privacy protection as a paper letter sent by mail.
The company says they will not release any emails to US authorities, while it appeals the ruling, made by Chief Judge Loretta Preska of the US District Court in Manhattan. She said that Microsoft must hand over information, regardless of where it was stored. Continue reading »
Tags: Barack Obama, eMails, Global News, Government, Law, Microsoft, Obama administration, Politics, U.S.
- Corporations Join Droves Renouncing US Citizenship (Casey Research, Aug 29, 2014):
Don’t be surprised to lose if you don’t make an effort at being competitive.
And if you go out of your way to make yourself less competitive, expect to lose.
If that sounds like simple common sense, that’s because it is.
But it’s also exactly what the US has been doing for years—enacting tax policies that sabotage its global economic competitiveness. Continue reading »
Tags: Corporations, Economy, Global News, Taxes, U.S.
- Two million households to miss out on promised energy bill cashback (Telegraph, Aug 30, 2014):
Energy suppliers will start distributing £12 electricity bill rebate from October, but official forecasts show that 7pc of households will not get the cash
Almost two million households will miss out on an energy rebate promised by the Government, while many more will have to wait up to a year before they see any benefit, ministers have admitted.
Hundreds of thousands of people who are switching supplier or moving house are expected to lose out on the £12 rebate, as are many of the poorest households, according to official forecasts. Continue reading »
Tags: Global News, Government, Politics, U.K.
- Currency reform in Ancient Rome (Adam Smith Institute, Aug 19, 2014):
In the Western world, modern civilizations are often thought of in comparison to those of the ancient world. The Roman Empire is typically the first considered, and arguably the most natural reference point owing to its many achievements, complexity and durability. It stands in history, widely considered the high water mark of the ancient world; one against which contemporary political, economic and social questions can be posed. Much of the world is still living with the consequences of Roman policy choices in a very real sense, in matters ranging from the location of cities to commercial and legal practices to customs.
The global economic downturn of 2008, in particular its monetary facet, readily invites comparison between the troubles of the modern world and those of the Roman Empire; just as Western currencies have declined precipitously in value since their commodity backing was removed in stages starting roughly a century ago, Roman currencies were also troubled, and present a cautionary tale. Continue reading »
Tags: Global News, History, Roman Empire
- Why is Vladimir Putin Referring to Eastern Ukraine as ‘New Russia’? (International Business Times, Aug 29, 2014):
In a new statement, the Kremlin has detailed Russian President Vladimir Putin’s address to pro-Russian separatists battling Kiev’s force in eastern Ukraine, which referred to the rebels as “the militia of New Russia” or “Novorossiya”.
This term is not a new addition to the Russian leader’s personal lexicon. In a televised question and answer session in April in the midst of the Crimea crisis, Putin told the audience, in reference to the restive eastern regions of Ukraine: “It’s new Russia.”
This phrase has raised fears about Putin’s territorial ambitions in the former Soviet Union but what does this term really mean? Continue reading »
Tags: Global News, Government, Russia, Ukraine, Vladimir Putin
- Putin, defiant toward West, likens Ukraine conflict to WWII (Los Angeles Times, Aug 29, 2014):
Evoking startling images of siege and empire, Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday struck a defiant pose over the deployment of troops and tanks in eastern Ukraine, declaring that Russia has no plans for “large-scale conflicts” but reminding the world that he presides over a nuclear-armed state.
“It’s best not to mess with us,” Putin said, referring to Russian separatist fighters in Ukraine with a term that dates back to the era of the Russian empire — “New Russia militia” — and likening their battle with Ukrainian army forces to Soviet citizens’ heroic resistance during the German Nazi siege of Leningrad. Continue reading »
Tags: Global News, Government, Military, Nuclear weapons, Politics, Russia, Ukraine
- The Monsanto Sponsored Ebola Vaccine Will Kill More People Than the Ebola Itself (The Common Sense Show, Aug 4, 2014):
Monsanto, or Monsatan as many call them, has partnered with the Department of Defense to use a proxy third party company to develop a vaccine against Ebola. The seed money began at $1.5 million. The value of the deal could grow to an estimated $86 million dollars. The company’s name is Tekmira Pharmaceuticals Corporation (TKMR) (TKM.TO), a leading developer of RNA interference (RNAi) therapeutics. “TKM-Ebola, an anti-Ebola virus RNAi therapeutic, is being developed under a $140 million contract with the U.S. Department of Defense’s Medical Countermeasure Systems BioDefense Therapeutics (MCS-BDTX) Joint Product Management Office”. As breaking and shocking of a news story as this has the potential to be, the real story is that this is not the most important part of the Ebola threat which has invaded the United States. Continue reading »
Tags: Ebola, Global News, Health, Monsanto, Vaccination, Vaccine
- 20,000 Pakistan Riot Police Unleash Tear Gas, Rubber Bullets As Protesters Breach PM’s Residence, 230 Injured (ZeroHedge, Aug 30, 2014):
UPDATE: *POLICE, PROTESTERS CLASH IN ISLAMABAD; AT LEAST 230 HURT: AFP
Against the background we initialliy explained here, and the escalation we discussed here, Imran Khan’s “Pakistan Spring” has grown dramatically. The former cricketing-legend and erstwhile opposition leader’s call for people to take to the streets to demand new ‘unrigged’ elections has 1000s of protesters breaching the Prime Minister’s residence in Islamabad. Along with anti-government cleric Tahirul Qadri, Khan urged peaceful protest but, as AP reports, an estimated 20,000 police in riot gear are blocking the procession using tear gas and rubber bullets. Local hospitals report at least 100 injuries.
Tags: Global News, Government, Imran Khan, Pakistan, Politics, Twitter
- It’s Settled: Central Banks Trade S&P500 Futures (ZeroHedge, Aug 30, 2014):
Based on the unprecedented collapse in trading volumes of cash products over the past 6 years, one thing has become clear: retail, and increasingly, institutional investors and traders are gone, probably for ever and certainly until the Fed’s market-distorting central planning ends. However, one entity appears to have taken the place of conventional equity traders: central banks.
Courtesy of an observation by Nanex’s Eric Hunsader, we now know, with certainty and beyond merely speculation by tinfoil fringe blogs, that central banks around the world trade (and by “trade” we mean buy) S&P 500 futures such as the E-mini, in both futures and option form, as well as full size, and micro versions, in addition to the well-known central bank trading in Interest Rates, TSY and FX products. Continue reading »
Tags: Banking, Central Bank, Economy, Global News, S&P 500, Stock Market
Aug 28, 2014
Alex Jones talks to former top CIA analyst about the current state of the world and what we can expect in the future.
Tags: Barack Obama, CIA, Global News, Government, Iraq, ISIL, ISIS, Obama administration, Police State, Politics, Society, Syria, U.S.
- “Russia Invades Ukraine”, Strategic NATO Public Relations Stunt. Where are the Russian Tanks? (Global Research, Aug 29, 2014):
Read the London tabloids. Russia has launched “a full-scale invasion”. A vast propaganda campaign has been launched. Where is the evidence?
The media is spreading “fake evidence” in the week leading up to the Wales NATO Summit.
The objective is to herald Russia as the aggressor.
Tags: Global News, Government, Military, Politics, Russia, Ukraine
- George Galloway vs Israeli General (Video)
- George Galloway vs Ignorant American (Video)
- George Galloway: Russia Has Every Right To Act In Ukraine (Video)
- British MP George Galloway Tweets On Margaret Thatcher’s Death: ‘Tramp The Dirt Down’ … And Why Maggie Thatcher Should Rot In Hell (Video)
- George Galloway Caller: House Of Saud, Saudi Arabia DOES NOT REPRESENT MUSLIMS Or ISLAM! (Video)
- George Galloway: Iran Is Not A Punching Bag (Video)
- George Galloway: The Case Against War With Iran (Must-Listen!!!):
‘Iran Hasn’t Invaded Another Country In More Than 300 Years.’
- George Galloway’s Epic Rant Against Rupert Murdoch
- Galloway hospitalized after attack in London (PressTV, Aug 30, 2014):
British lawmaker George Galloway has been taken to hospital after being attacked in London.
Galloway was attacked by a pro-Israeli man in the western part of the city on Friday.
The MP was posing for a picture with some of his fans in Golborne Road, in Notting Hill neighborhood, when the attack took place.
Galloway’s spokesman said the attack appeared to be “connected with his comments about Israel,” as the attacker was shouting comments about the Holocaust. He added that the British MP sustained bruises as the result of the assault and was in “a pretty bad shape.”
“George was posing for pictures with people and this guy just attacked him, leapt on him and started punching him,” the spokesman said. Continue reading »
Tags: Gaza, George Galloway, Global News, Government, Israel, Palestine, Palestinians, Politics, Society, U.K.
- Ebola Outbreak Spreads To 6th African Nation: 20 Cases In Senegal (ZeroHedge, Aug 30, 2014):
Despite border closures, flight bans, cordoning off the sick (and healthy), and rubber (and live) bullets and tear gas on ‘protesters’; the world’s worst outbreak of Ebola just keeps spreading, now to a sixth African nation. Just day after Congo (5th nation) reported cases of Ebola, as The BBC reports, Senegal’s health minister confirmed the first case of Ebola in his nation yesterday and Bloomberg confirms 20 more people are “under surveillance.” Meanwhile, in Guinea a Red Cross official said riots had broken out in the nation’s 2nd largest city over rumors that health workers had infected people with the virus; and Nigerians are protesting plans to build isolation units in some local clinics. “contained”
Senegal becomes the 6th African nation with Ebola after Congo, Nigeria, Guinea, Sierra-Leone, and Liberia
As The BBC reports, Senegal had tried to block this… Continue reading »
Tags: Africa, Ebola, Global News, Government, Health, Politics, Senegal, Virus
- This Is How ISIS Is Building An Airforce (ZeroHedge, Aug 30, 2014):
The Islamic State is nothing if not ambitious. Despite no record of current ‘airplane’ assets in their annual reports, ISIS has begun detaining and forcing Syrian pilots to train militant fighters to fly stolen aircraft. According to CNN Arabic, the pilots (and their planes and helicopters) were abducted when the terrorist group gained control of Tabqa military base. It appears that if beheadings, executions, and whippings are not enough to strike fear into the hearts of the locals, then (just as America is tryiung to do), an air assault will greatly demoralize. We can only imagine how this changes Obama’s strategy (and just where are all the rest of Syria and Iraq’s airplanes stored?)
Tags: Al-Qaeda, Al-Qaida, Global News, Government, Iraq, ISIL, ISIS, Military, Politics, Syria, Terrorism
- Venezuelan government announces mandatory biometric cards to control supermarket shoppers (Natural News, Aug 28, 2014):
Venezuela’s continuing experiment with Marxist socialism continues to be an abject failure — as much as every other country’s experimentation with Marxist socialism — as evidenced by the country’s shrinking productivity, tanking economy and shortages of basic goods.
So bad have things gotten in the South American nation that its leader, President Nicolas Maduro, has announced that every citizen will soon be required to carry a “biometric card” that limits food purchases through the use of electronic scanners and government databases.
As reported by Britain’s The Guardian newspaper: Continue reading »
Tags: 1984, Big Brother, Biometrics, Dictatorship, Food, Global News, Government, New World Order, Politics, Venezuela
- Government To Regulate Groundwater For 1st Time As California Drought Becomes “Race To The Bottom” (ZeroHedge, Aug 30, 2014):
The ongoing disaster that is the drought in the West is leaving wells dry across California – which account for up to 60% of water usage. As WSJ reports, as groundwater levels plunge (100 feet or more lower than norm), wells are being driven further and further into the earth (500 feet in some cases) forcing the state legislature is considering regulating underground water for the first time. “We can’t continue to pump groundwater at the rates we are and expect it to continue in the future,” warns one engineer, adding “What’s scary is we’re not fixing anything… It’s a race to the bottom.”
“Everybody was pumping to their heart’s content, until they realized the basin isn’t that big.”
As WSJ reports, Groundwater was kind of out of sight, out of mind,” said Lester Snow, executive director of the California Water Foundation, a nonprofit policy group in Sacramento, and former director of the state Department of Water Resources. But now… Continue reading »
Tags: Drought, Environment, Global News, Government, Politics, U.S.