‘It has not been an easy first day in office for Greece’s newly elected anti-austerity party Syriza.
Two Greeks and eight French were killed when a “Greek F16 fighter jet crashed at Albacete airbase in central Spain”. The jet was taking part in a training exercise in a “Tactical Leadership Programme of NATO”.
Syriza’s election represents a direct attack on Anglo-American and NATO aims for the world; as their anti-austerity policies reject the financial oligarchy’s IMF. A definitive analysis has been assembled detailing how Hollande’s recent change in rhetoric, refusing to demonize Putin in particular, could have posed a strong motive for the recent attack in Paris.’
‘Flight logs from billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein’s private jet, the “Lolita Express,” read like a who’s who of power players: Bill Clinton, Alan Dershowitz, and Treasury Secretary Larry Summers are just a few passengers. But could the documents be hiding an even darker story about Epstein’s inner circle?
According to newly filed court documents obtained by RadarOnline.com, flight logs that have been filed in court and released to the media were potentially “sanitized” to protect the men who palled around with the convicted sex offender.’
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‘Allegations that US private army or mercenaries operate with the Kiev government are incorrect, US State Department spokesperson Jen Psaki said on Monday during a press briefing.
“There have been rumors, which my understanding they are false,” Psaki told journalists when asked about US private army operating in Ukraine, referring to recent videos depicting English native speakers patrolling streets of Mariupol, a city in the southeast of Ukraine.’
‘I am humored by the sincere ignorance and conscientious stupidity that some people in this country accept concerning their representatives on the topic of “Global terror.” Friends, it is not just America that I am now addressing, I am addressing the peoples, the governments and the incumbent representatives on a global scale. We see these officials act rather strangely after these supposed “terror attacks.” They seem to conglomerate on cue and ally themselves to condemn the acts, yet not the actors. In the end, they ask the people to give up their rights while attempting to disarm them for the “global good.” Additionally, they attempt to forge new powers against the very people they are supposed to represent.
Concerning the current Obama administration, terror is nothing more than a created battering ram to upend government sovereignty in order to implement new totalitarian government and establish a global government. Just ask Secretary of State under George W. Bush and Condoleezza Rice, when she said of Josef Stalin: “The system of terror was essential to Stalinism…Terror was the creation to mold politically the control that they wanted.”’
‘Panamza has contacted the mother of Helric Fredou – the Police Commissioner charged with preparing a report on the family background of Charlie Hebdo – who was found dead with a bullet in the head just hours after the attack.
I asked for the autopsy report and was told: “You won’t get it.”
Friday, January 16, Panamza published the disturbing testimony of the sister of police officer Helric Fredou, whose mysterious “suicide” continues to be ignored by the national media. Nine days later, it was the mother’s turn to bring new revelations.’
‘Tens of thousands of families where no one works will have their benefits slashed, David Cameron is to pledge today.
The current £26,000 cap would be cut to £23,000 within days of the Tories winning the general election, the Prime Minister will say.
As the campaign enters its final 100 days with two polls showing his party has moved into a narrow lead, Mr Cameron is also promising tax relief for the middle classes.’
‘Hundreds of millions of people worldwide were unable to use Facebook and Instagram for around an hour today after an alleged cyber attack.
The online group Lizard Squad have claimed they hacked the two sites at around 6am GMT – but Mark Zuckerberg’s social media empire says it was just a technical fault.
Both sites, which have a total of 1.5billion users, appeared with error messages in the United States, Europe and Asia for around an hour.
Facebook, which also owns Instagram, has denied they were hacked and blamed the outage on ‘a change that affected our configuration systems’.’
‘David Cameron has rejected calls for a moratorium on fracking from senior MPs, including his former environment secretary Caroline Spelman, saying the US shale gas revolution can be repeated in the UK.
The prime minister’s renewed backing for increasingly controversial shale gas exploration comes at the start of a pivotal week for the industry, with key votes by parliament on Monday and Lancashire County Council from Wednesday.
Monday also saw the revelation in the Guardian of George Osborne’s instructions to cabinet minister to make “personal priorities” of dozens of interventions to fast-track fracking, including the delivery of numerous “asks” from shale gas company Cuadrilla.’
‘Have you got your souvenir wallchart? Is your pulse racing just a little faster? Yes, there are just 100 days left to my equivalent of the FA Cup final. The moment we all get to choose who governs us.
The General Election will be here in no time, on May 7. What do you mean you’re not excited? The mood of the nation as it approaches polling day seems to vary from, at best, a weary shrug of indifference to the two main parties, to, at worst, an angry cry of ‘a plague on all your houses’.
An alarmingly high proportion of the voters I talk to tell me either that they stopped believing politicians made any difference to their lives a long time ago, or that they’re as mad as hell and not going to take this any more.
Again and again in recent weeks I’ve been struck by the craving of many people for something better than what politics currently has to offer.’
‘British actor Benedict Cumberbatch has apologized after describing black people as ‘colored’ on US television, saying he is ‘an idiot’ and is ‘devastated to have caused offense’.
The 38-year-old Sherlock star was widely condemned after using the racial term during a debate on the lack of diversity on British screens on the PBS talk show Tavis Smiley last Wednesday.
But on Monday night, he issued an apology for his ‘incorrect’ and ‘offensive’ use of the phrase, saying: ‘I’m devastated to have caused offense by using this outmoded terminology.
‘I offer my sincere apologies. I make no excuse for my being an idiot and know the damage is done.”
‘Thousands of British jobs are at risk as technology giant IBM is reported to be preparing to cut a quarter of its workforce in the biggest corporate staff cull in history.
More than 110,000 jobs could disappear worldwide in a major restructuring at the once-dominant computing goliath – nicknamed ‘Big Blue’.
Some 20,000 are employed by the company in the UK across 24 offices, including sites in Portsmouth, London, Manchester and Edinburgh.’
‘Furious MPs have attacked the City watchdog for delaying the release of a report into the collapse of Halifax Bank of Scotland until after the General Election.
The findings will expose the disastrous blunders of former bank executives, regulators, as well as politicians.
But they will now not be published until the summer at the earliest – nearly seven years since HBOS imploded after years of reckless lending, triggering a £20billion bail out from the taxpayer.’
‘European Transport Commissioner Violeta Bulc wants a standardised driving tax across all EU member states. Vehicle owners would be charged for every mile driven under a high-tech scheme based on satellite-tracking systems.
All the cash would go directly to Brussels before being shared out to national governments to spend on maintaining transport networks.
But the proposal triggered fury from motoring organisations and anti-Brussels campaigners.
Robert Oxley, of the pressure group Business for Britain, said: “Motorists and firms already pay enough to use the roads, without EU tolls adding to that burden.’
‘Super rich hedge fund managers are buying ‘secret boltholes’ where they can hideout in the event of civil uprising against growing inequality, it has been claimed.
Nervous financiers from across the globe have begun purchasing landing strips, homes and land in areas such as New Zealand so they can flee should people rise up.
With growing inequality and riots such as those in London in 2011 and in Ferguson and other parts of the USA last year, many financial leaders fear they could become targets for public fury.’
‘Rialto, California, has become the poster child for those who believe body cameras will make a difference after a CNN report in 2013 raved about how the department had seen a 60% reduction in use of force instances and an 88% reduction in officer complaints since implementing the devices.
It seems to be impossible to even have a conversation about the police accountability without “Rialto” being mentioned at least once.
In a video uploaded to YouTube, Rialto police are seen repeatedly tasering a man on the ground, and viciously beating him with an asp, as the woman filming the attack pleads with them to stop. The man does not appear to be violent or threatening in any way as the officer’s bark orders at him- while pumping his body full of electricity.’
‘Taken aback by the fulsome praise the recently deceased King Abdullah has garnered from world leaders, RT has decided to assess whether his record stands up to scrutiny.
The majority of eulogies went beyond the requirements of diplomatic etiquette, while some epithets used by Western politicians made people believe they had stepped through the looking glass. UK Prime Minister David Cameron said the monarch, who died at 90, “strengthened understanding between faiths,” while IMF chief Christine Lagarde called him “a strong advocate of women,” albeit a “discreet” one. And almost all political grandees seemed to agree that the scion of the House of Saud, was – in the words of Tony Blair – “a skillful modernizer,” who “led his country into the future.”’
‘If you believe the official pronouncements of top governmental health agencies like the CDC and FDA, all the vaccines in the present day schedule are a priori safe and effective.
Not only are you told that they can’t harm you, but that not taking them can kill you.
Parents are under even more pressure. They are told that refraining from vaccinating their infants or children will greatly increase their risk of dying or being disabled. Worse, they are increasingly labeled as ‘crazy’ and ‘irresponsible’ anti-vaccine zealots who are putting the lives of others in danger.
But what happens when the actual evidence from the scientific and clinical literature produced by these very agencies contradicts their own vaccine policies?’
‘Usually people think of temporary jobs as irregular work in a predictable workplace – something stock standard to push the household budget into the black.
Now a parent can become a spy to pay for the kids’ extra term of ballet lessons.
The nation’s domestic spy, the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation, is advertising for people to sign up for its employment register to secure temporary as well as permanent work.
Registrations remain active for six months from the date of submission. After this, interested people need to renew registrations.’
‘A climate change advocate, believed to be a Greenpeace activist and Guardian contributor, has called for the beheading of so-called “climate change deniers”, arguing the world would be a better place without them. The comments are merely the latest in a long history of warmists advocating the killing of people who question global warming dogma.
On January 21st, in it’s ‘Climate Consensus – the 97%’ section, the Guardian published an article entitled “Matt Ridley wants to gamble the Earth’s future because he won’t learn from the past”, which was illustrated with a fake, but nonetheless rather gruesome image of a severed head.
The article drew hundreds of comments, including one from ‘Bluecloud’ on the day the article was posted, reading “Should that not be Ridley’s severed head in the photo?”’
‘The idea that memories are not as reliable as we think they are is disconcerting, but it’s pretty well-established. Various studies have shown that participants can be persuaded to create false childhood memories—of being lost in a shopping mall or hospitalized, or even highly implausible scenarios like having tea with Prince Charles.
The creation of false memories has obvious implications for the legal system, as it gives us reasons to distrust both eyewitness accounts and confessions. It’s therefore important to know exactly what kinds of false memories can be created, what influences the creation of a false memory, and whether false recollections can be distinguished from real ones.’
‘But one day last summer, after he disputed nursing home bills that had suddenly doubled Lillian Palermo’s copays, and complained about inexperienced employees who dropped his wife on the floor, Dino Palermo was shocked to find a six-page legal document waiting on her bed.
It was a guardianship petition filed by the nursing home, Mary Manning Walsh, asking the court to give a stranger full legal power over Lillian Palermo, now 90, and complete control of her money.
Few people are aware that a nursing home can take such a step. Guardianship cases are difficult to gain access to and poorly tracked by New York state courts; cases are often closed from public view for confidentiality.’
‘While most of the world (at least the 99 percenters) are congratulating Greeks at the dawn of their new age of dignity, the Jerusalem Post warns that victory for Syriza is bad news for Israel. Upon reading the article, I could see why they’re concerned:
“Alexis Tsipras’ party colleagues and his own inner circle have repeatedly attacked Israel and the “Zionists” claiming that they are not anti-Semitic, just ”anti-Zionist.” Syriza’s former head, Nikos Konstandopoulos, has consistently offered his services as a defense lawyer for convicted and alleged Arab terrorists who have been arrested in Greece.
Last year, Tsipras stated that ‘’the world should make every possible effort so that Israel ends its criminal attack and brutality against Palestinians.’’
‘Starting on April 19, 1956, the federal government practiced and planned for a near-doomsday scenario known as Plan C. When activated, Plan C would have brought the United States under martial law, rounded up over ten thousand individuals connected to “subversive” organizations, implemented a censorship board, and prepared the country for life after nuclear attack.
There was no Plan A or B.’
‘A new grading system is about to get underway in all Monroe County public high schools.
Board members decided to set the minimum failing grade for students at 60 percent. Monroe County Schools explains the policy change is to ensure all students have the opportunity to pass classes and graduate, but it’s stirring up some opposition. With a majority rule, the school board adopted a grading system that would make it more difficult for students to fail.’
‘Europe’s top rights body has said mass surveillance practices are a fundamental threat to human rights and violate the right to privacy enshrined in European law.
The parliamentary assembly of the Council of Europe says in a report that it is “deeply concerned” by the “far-reaching, technologically advanced systems” used by the US and UK to collect, store and analyse the data of private citizens. It describes the scale of spying by the US National Security Agency, revealed by Edward Snowden, as “stunning”.
The report also suggests that British laws that give the monitoring agency GCHQ wide-ranging powers are incompatible with the European convention on human rights. It argues that British surveillance may be at odds with article 8, the right to privacy, as well as article 10, which guarantees freedom of expression, and article 6, the right to a fair trial.’
‘As more parents have become aware of the risks and side effects of vaccines, many vaccination rates have been declining. Pharmaceutical companies and doctors alike are concerned about this awakening, so they have created training materials to help vaccine providers handle what one manual refers to as “vaccine-hesitant parents.”
When you take your child to their health care provider for a visit, you may have a list of questions to ask them about vaccines. You might be wondering about the risk of autism, the side effects of a vaccine, or the damaging effect dozens of vaccines will have on your child’s immune system.’
‘“If my thought-dreams could be seen, they’d put my head under a guillotine…” – Bob Dylan
Well Bob, I’ve got news for you – they can – and that is what lies in store for all of us unless the ‘thought police’ fail to get their newly evolved ‘anti humanity’ mind scanning weapons legally integrated into everyday life.
As ‘the war on terror’ is notched-up to a further level of intensity, and the false-flag flagellations of New World Order exponents start outnumbering the real flag emblems of nation states, we know that we are witnessing a serious expansion of the control system’s morbid attempt to dominate humanity and completely crush the power of independent thought and action.’
‘Human fetal kidneys harvested from aborted babies are being surgically implanted into adult rats to grow new kidneys to be transplanted into awaiting human adults.
This procedure, which is under rapid development, is being framed as a medical breakthrough by scientists who appear to be completely blind to the moral and ethical issues at stake in such a scheme.’
‘A number of experienced scientists have died, often under mysterious conditions, over the past couple of years, the latest being a NASA expert in robotics who worked on space missions.
As reported by Britain’s Daily Mail, the latest scientist casualty is Alberto Behar, 47, of Scottsdale, Arizona, who was killed instantly when the small plane he was piloting recently crashed into a Los Angeles intersection in a nosedive shortly after take-off.’
‘Increasingly, our freedom and autonomy are threatened by those who seek to monitor and control every aspect of our daily lives. George Orwell’s “Big Brother” from the novel 1984 is a pale threat in comparison to the dystopian reality our leaders which have created for us since that book was published more than six decades ago.
Orwell clearly foresaw a future in which the state watches over and micromanages the lives of its subjects, but even he could scarcely have imagined the degree of surveillance and control that technology would make possible.’
‘As the Northeast U.S. braces for what some pundits are calling a “crippling” and “potentially historic” blizzard, Americans are once again reminded of the importance of being prepared for anything. Even with just a few feet of snow expected to hit the ground, grocery stores in New York City and other dense urban areas are reportedly being ransacked, with long lines and empty shelves foreshadowing a much more horrific scenario to come once the financial and economic collapse hits.’
‘It was October 2012. Roei Elkabetz, a brigadier general for the Israel Defense Forces (IDF), was explaining his country’s border policing strategies. In his PowerPoint presentation, a photo of the enclosure wall that isolates the Gaza Strip from Israel clicked onscreen. “We have learned lots from Gaza,” he told the audience. “It’s a great laboratory.”
Elkabetz was speaking at a border technology conference and fair surrounded by a dazzling display of technology — the components of his boundary-building lab. There were surveillance balloons with high-powered cameras floating over a desert-camouflaged armored vehicle made by Lockheed Martin. There were seismic sensor systems used to detect the movement of people and other wonders of the modern border-policing world. Around Elkabetz, you could see vivid examples of where the future of such policing was heading, as imagined not by a dystopian science fiction writer but by some of the top corporate techno-innovators on the planet.’
‘Regrettably, the government in Kiev has refused to take the road of a peaceful settlement and does not want to resolve the problem through political means. First they used the law enforcement agencies, then the security services, and then the army. Later, when they ran up against resistance, they suspended military operations, but sadly, they only used the temporary peace to regroup and then start their operations again. They are pursuing these operations again now. Thousands of people have already been killed. This is certainly a real tragedy.
We often speak of the ‘Ukrainian army’, but who is doing the fighting there in reality? Yes, in part it is official armed forces units, but a substantial part of those doing the fighting come from the so-called volunteer nationalist battalions. Essentially, this is not an army but is a foreign legion, in this particular case, a NATO foreign legion, which is not pursuing Ukraine’s national interests of course. They have completely different goals, related to achieving their geopolitical aim of containing Russia, and this is absolutely not in the Ukrainian people’s national interests.’
‘When the former Goldman Sachs executive who runs the European Central Bank (ECB) announced that he was going to print 720 billion euros annually with which to purchase bad debts from the politically connected big banks, the euro sank and the stock market and Swiss france shot up. As in the US, quantitative easing (QE) serves to enrich the already rich. It has no other purpose.
The well-heeled financial institutions that bought up the troubled sovereign debt of Greece, Italy, Portugal, and Spain at low prices will now sell the bonds to the ECB for high prices. And despite depression level unemployment in most of Europe and austerity imposed on citizens, the stock market rose in anticipation that much of the 60 billion new euros that will be created each month will find its way into equity prices. Liquidity fuels the stock market.
Where else can the money to go? Some will go into Swiss francs and some into gold while gold is still available, but for the most part the ECB is running the printing press in order to boost the wealth of the stock-owning One Percent. The Federal Reserve and the ECB have taken the West back to the days when a handful of aristocrats owned everything.’
‘The United States is set to execute one more mentally disabled African American prisoner despite a ban on such executions.
Fifty-four-year-old Warren Hill is on the death row in the state of Georgia where he’s scheduled to die on Tuesday.
Hill was serving life in prison for the murder of his partner but was sentenced to death after he fatally beat a fellow prisoner in 1990.
Hill’s lawyers and advocates filed a petition with the US Supreme Court on Thursday to stop the execution based on his disability.’
‘A Greek F-16 fighter jet has crashed at a military base in the southeastern Spanish city of Albacete, leaving ten people dead.
The jet crashed into other planes and burst into flames at the Los Llanos airbase while it was taking part in NATO-related maneuvers, said a Spanish defense ministry official on Monday.
Seven people were in critical conditions out of the 13 injured in the incident, which sent flames and large clouds of smoke into the air.’
‘Officials in the European Union have warned Greece’s new leaders that they must stick to the country’s previous financial commitments.
A spokesman for German chancellor Angela Merkel ON Monday took a tough line at Greece’s new leaders, urging them to make efforts to improve the country’s economic situation.
“In our view it is important for the new government to take action to foster Greece’s continued economic recovery,” Steffen Seibert told reporters.’
‘At least five-hundred miners have been trapped in a mine in east Ukraine after a shell hit an electricity substation.
Government shelling on Monday targeted the regional electric substation in an area close to Donetsk which is controlled by pro-Russia forces.
The substation supplied power to the Zasyadko pit, one of the largest mines in Eastern Europe.
Officials said they are making preparations to save the miners. A similar incident in the same area in early January saw more than 300 miners trapped for a brief period of time. Officials in the breakaway eastern Donetsk region say 496 miners were working when power was lost.’