Headlines: 28th November 2015

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David Icke describing current events in June 2014


David has been warning in his books and talks since the 1990s of a Third World War planned to be triggered out of the Middle East that would pitch Russia and China against NATO.

We are dealing with a script unfolding – not random events – and that includes the desperate attempts of Prime Minister Cameron to secure support for British bombing in Syria.


David Icke speaking in 2009 on the planned Third World War involving the West against Russia and China

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David speaking in Croatia on April 19th 2009.



‘Security experts have exposed a cash register malware of previously unseen complexity and secretiveness. It is unknown who created the virus and profited from it, but it has been stealing personal data for years, affecting millions of people.

Malware, or ‘malicious software’, is software that is used to disrupt computer systems or gather secret or sensitive information from them.

The malware in question, dubbed ModPOS (for Modular Point Of Sale), has been exposed by security experts from cyber intel firm iSight, who say they’ve seen nothing like it in eight years of exploring malicious point-of-sale (POS) software.’

Read more: ‘Most complex malware ever’: Security experts smash system that stole cash from millions


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‘It would not be a good idea to shop at a department store on an empty belly. The hungrier a person is, the more willing they are to buy not only food, but also clothes, toys, tools — any kind of nonfood item. According to new findings from the University of Minnesota’s Carlson School of Management, hungry, malnourished people are more apt to buy practically anything.

This could be related to the way people are marketed to. People are told they are lacking things and that they need to buy more and better to be happy. When hunger strikes, people feel need and lack. Instead of just searching for food, they feel the need to buy other things as well.

“Hunger makes us think about seeking, acquiring, and consuming food,” said Alison Jing Xu, assistant professor of marketing at the Carlson School. “The acquisition-related thoughts can spill over and put us in a mode of also getting nonfood items even though they are incapable of satisfying our hunger.”‘

Read more: Keeping people malnourished and hungry boosts corporate profits, study finds



‘America’s legacy media companies – which have been hemorrhaging viewers and readers for years, not to mention revenue – have decided that, since they can’t compete with the new alternative media with a superior product or win the ideological debates, they will resort to brainwashing the public into loyal compliance.

As reported by Reuters, TV networks are employing technology that essentially reads viewers’ minds, in order to understand what programs and commercials they like to watch.’

Read more: Mainstream media corporations opening labs to study how TV programming can manipulate human thinking


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‘It should be common knowledge now that law enforcement has no hesitation in abandoning morality to achieve its goals. During interrogation of suspects, they can lie, offer false rewards, harass and threaten in the pursuit of a confession, deceiving the suspect into waiving his constitutional rights. This is used on children too, resulting in a high rate of false confessions.

The FBI scrapes the bottom of the barrel in carrying out its bizarre business of turning hopeless, angry teenagers into terrorists. In 2009-2010 two undercover agents, along with dozens of support operatives and a massive surveillance undertaking, spent a year to convince 19-year-old Somali-American Mohamed Osman Mohamud to try and detonate a bomb in downtown Portland. They befriended him, built up his confidence, did a test bombing on a tree out in the countryside, built the bomb and finally coaxed him into pressing that fateful button.’

Read more: How Cops Use ‘Psychopaths and Liars’ and Often Become Them to Achieve Their Goals



‘The gunman who opened fire near a Colorado Springs Planned Parenthood facility Friday has surrended to police after a gun battle that has left three dead, including one police officer.

The slain officer, Garrett Swasey, 44, worked for the University of Colorado in Colorado Springs. When the shooting broke out, Swasey, a six-year veteran of the university’s police force who was on campus about 10 miles away, went to the scene “in support of an officer under fire,” the school’s chancellor said in a statement.’

Read more: Gunman Storms Colorado Planned Parenthood—Kills Three and Injures Nine



‘A ring of creative cocaine runners from the Netherlands to the UK has been convicted of supplying British drug lords with £1.6 billion ($2.4bn) worth of narcotics, by carefully disguising them inside a fleet of fake ambulances.

“Three Dutch men have been convicted for their roles in supplying up to £1.6 billion worth of drugs to organized crime groups across the UK using a fleet of fake ambulances,” the UK’s National Crime Agency (NCA) said in a statement.’

Read more: Fake ambulances smuggle £1.6 billion of cocaine & heroin into UK



‘If you want to know how Monsanto gets trade agreements in foreign countries without a truly democratic or legal process, you can look no further than South America for answers. Using antiquated laws and the North American Free Trade Agreements (NAFTA), one of the ‘most hated companies’ in the world has forced its wares into multiple South American countries without considering farmers’ rights, indigenous seed, or food sovereignty for millions of people.

The International Union for the Protection of New Varieties of Plants, or UPOV (and colloquially known as “The Monsanto Law” in South America), was initially established in 1961. It was likely never meant to protect companies like Monsanto in the way that it is today, though it was originally intended as a means of imposing common rules for recognizing and protecting the ownership of new plant varieties by plant breeders.’

Read more: What the ‘Monsanto Law’ in South America has Done to Farmers’ Rights



‘Oil produced from fields under the control of the Islamic State group is at the heart of a new investigation by al-Araby al-Jadeed. The black gold is extracted, transported and sold, providing the armed group with a vital financial lifeline.

But who buys it? Who finances the murderous brutality that has taken over swathes of Iraq and Syria? How does it get from the ground to the petrol tank, and who profits along the way?

The Islamic State group uses millions of dollars in oil revenues to expand and manage vast areas under its control, home to around five million civilians.’

Read more: The ‘ISIS Rockefellers’: How Islamic State Oil Flows to Israel

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