‘My old car struggles up the washed out dirt road, leaving a cloud of dust behind. On the passenger seat is David Icke’s “The Perception Deception,” an epic expose of how exactly humanity is being manipulated.
Not so much by the elite, as it is by what in American Indian lore is known as “the Wetiko,” a cannibal spirit virus that infects and takes over the host. Evil, essentially. In Icke’s work as well as the Gnostic texts, this same energy goes under the name “Archon”—and put simply, the world of the archon is Hell.
Is this not what the world is turning into? Only a fool would dismiss obscure ancient knowledge in light of all the evidence which supports it. To uncover the hidden truths, is precisely what Icke has dedicated his life to: He is one of the Rainbow Shamans, which native visionaries have spoken of, a wise elder and warrior that we should listen to.’
‘Nato needs to rethink its long-term relationship with Russia, which views the alliance as “an adversary”, Prime Minister David Cameron has warned.
He said there has to be a “robust presence” in eastern Europe because of Russia’s “illegal” actions in Ukraine.
In a letter to other Nato leaders ahead of a UK summit, he said Russia had to be sent a message that “neither Nato nor its members will be intimidated”.’
‘A former Cabinet Office digital expert is facing jail after being caught with a huge stash of nearly 400 child porn images.
Sebastian Crump amassed depraved images of child abuse while working as digital communications manager advising the Government on its own website.
Now questions are being asked about why it took six months to emerge that a government official had been arrested over child pornography allegations.’
‘Two councillors who failed to pay their council tax have been granted anonymity – because naming and shaming them in court would violate their human rights.
The pair owe a total of £4,660 but a senior judge said unmasking them risks causing ‘unnecessary and unjustified damage and distress’.
Campaigners yesterday condemned the ruling as evidence of a worrying culture of secrecy – saying the public must know the identity of elected politicians who don’t pay the tax they help to set.’
‘What should be our reaction to daft stories like the one recently reported in the Daily Mail about the 60ft wind turbine put up by the Welsh government outside its offices in Aberystwyth to proclaim to the world just how ‘green’ it is?
Erected at a cost of £50,000 to the taxpayer, it turned out that this turbine was so absurdly inefficient it was providing only £5 worth of electricity a month. It would take more than 750 years to make the money back.
In recent years, we have seen plenty of little tales like this, showing how often those who build these mini-turbines just to promote the wonders of wind power seem to get horribly caught out.’
‘In a move that sounds like something out of a frightening dystopian fiction, a school in New Zealand has come under intense criticism from parents for attempting to introduce a scheme to tag children with microchips in order to promote good behaviour.
Fairfax Media reports that Swannanoa School in North Canterbury plans to attach chipped bracelets to students to track their behaviour. Many parents were not notified of the scheme, only finding out about it via minutes from a Parent Teacher Association meeting.
When the local media investigated the proposal, the school finally sent out notifications to parents. A letter from the principal suggested that the plan was more efficient than alternatives such as ID cards, which could be misplaced.’
‘Parents who had their five-month-old baby boy taken off them for refusing to give him a name have won the right to challenge a judge’s ruling.
In May, Mrs Justice Parker said the decision not to give the boy a name could be ‘emotionally harmful’ and ordered the baby be taken into care after hearing how his father had assaulted one social worker and threatened to kill another.
But yesterday, the Hertfordshire couple were told they could challenge the decision in the Court of Appeal.’
‘The US Drought Monitor is reporting that 58% of California is now affected by a crippling drought, and that it is spreading at an unprecedented rate.
The agency has five levels of alert with ‘exceptional drought,’ the current level in California, listed as the most serious.
The LA Times reports: This is the first year that any part of California has seen that level of drought, let alone more than half of it, said Mark Svoboda, a climatologist with the National Drought Mitigation Center, which issued the report.
‘A German Army brigadier general who recently served with NATO forces in Afghanistan is assuming duties as the chief of staff of U. S. Army Europe, the first time a non-American officer has held that position.’
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‘The number of people diagnosed with dementia has soared by 62 per cent in the last seven years, new figures show.
An ageing population, improved diagnosis and better awareness could all be reasons why, experts said today.
Today’s statistics show that in 2013/14 there were 344,000 people in England who had received a diagnosis of dementia.’
‘Contrary to popular belief, dementia is not a normal part of the aging process. The condition, which most often plays itself out in the form of Alzheimer’s disease, is an abnormal neurological condition that is likely caused by a combination of factors, including but not limited to things like fluoride in the water, artificial chemicals in food, and mercury and aluminum in vaccines — but the establishment medical and scientific community will never admit this.
“Dementia is not a normal part of aging — it is caused by brain diseases that we can beat,” said Prof. Kevin Morgan from the University of Nottingham recently, a Scientific Adviser for Alzheimer’s Research U.K. But what is his solution? “More investment in research,” he told reporters, which is the usual tactic used to address diseases of this nature.’
‘Coming soon to a home near you, it’s your very own Hal 9000, er, your “first family robot” JIBO.
Complete with facial and voice recognition software, your new trendy new “smart” robo-servant will be able to participate in you and your children’s lives 24/7/365!’
‘Fifty Members of Congress led by Representatives Peter DeFazio (D-OR-04) and Congresswoman Chellie Pingree (D-ME-01) wrote today to the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) expressing “grave concerns” over Dow Chemical’s Enlist Duo™ herbicide and new varieties of genetically engineered (GE) corn and soy the herbicide mixture would be used with.
“In the absence of leadership from the agencies tasked to protect our health, our food, and our environment, it is up to Congress to put pressure on the Obama Administration to do what’s right. On the cusp of the 5-week August recess, 50 Members of Congress sent a clear message to USDA and EPA: reject the next wave of pesticide promoting crops before it is too late,” said Colin O’Neil, director of government affairs at Center for Food Safety.’
For once the Republicans got it right. But not in the way they think. Indeed, President Obama carries the representative blame for the debacle (including reports of sadistic abuse by U.S. Border Patrol) of largely Central American migrant children long overwhelming shelters at the border. But the guilt is much broader, ranging from successive administrations all the way down to us, as American taxpayers.
Decades of U.S. policy in Guatemala alone have turned the country into a land of wreck and ruin. This is the ultimate reason migrants have been crossing into the United States in increasing numbers in recent months. Harsh immigration enforcement policies, such as the ones the Obama administration has been championing, add insult to injury as the U.S. punishes migrants when they arrive when it should be paying people like those of Guatemala massive reparations.
‘While millions of people are deeply shocked by the brutal bombardment of Gaza by the Israeli army, politicians and media commentators in Germany have attacked opponents of the war. Isolated anti-Jewish slogans have been highlighted in order to brand demonstrations as anti-Semitic and condemn them.
After thousands demonstrated around the world against the war last weekend, the Israeli army intensified its attacks on Gaza on Monday night. Press reports were of a night of terror, with non-stop bombardments and artillery fire.
Israeli prime minister Benyamin Netanyahu warned the population on television the previous evening to prepare for a lengthy military operation, which would not be halted until Hamas had been fully disarmed.’
‘Britain is to temporarily close its embassy in the Libyan capital, Tripoli, because of worsening violence.
The Foreign Office, which has urged Britons to leave the country immediately, said consular assistance would not be available from Monday.
Ambassador Michael Aron described the situation as “very sad” and said staff would return to the embassy “as soon as security allows”.’
‘In remarks made during a White House briefing on Friday, President Obama summarized the history of CIA abusive practices in the wake of the 9/11 attacks by asking people to remember “how afraid people” were at the time after he acknowledged plainly, “We tortured some folks.”
The comments come amid growing anticipation and new controversy surrounding the upcoming—though only partial and highly redacted—findings of a Senate investigation into CIA abuses during the Bush years.
“I have full confidence in John Brennan,” Obama said in response to questions by reporters who noted that leading Senators in his own party have called for the CIA chief’s resignation over admissions that his agency did, in fact, spy on the investigative panel tasked to explore CIA torture practices following September 11th, 2001 and during the crucial leadup to the invasion of Iraq in 2003.’
‘The Islamist militant group Ansar al-Sharia has declared Benghazi an ‘Islamic Emirate’ after claiming to have taken total control of Libya’s second largest city, seizing military barracks with rockets and ammunition.’
‘A US judge has ordered Microsoft to hand over foreign data it stores back to the US, despite allegedly strong privacy protections in Europe to mitigate such processes.
The logic of the court is that because the US-headquartered software giant controls the data it stores overseas, its foreign subsidiary companies are just as applicable to US law.
US District Judge Loretta Preska in New York said the ruling will be stayed to allow Microsoft to appeal the decision to an appeals court.’
‘China and Russia have proposed an updated UN treaty to ban space-based weapons amidst fears the weaponisation of outer-space could prove disastrous. But why does the US government, which has the world’s largest military, continue to block it? If the weaponisation of space is not stopped, the dangers to humanity will be huge, with cosmic consequences.’
‘Today Kurt Nimmo from Infowars.com is incorrectly reporting that “aerosol transmission is not possible” with Ebola. (2) That statement is part of an article entitled, “Don’t Fear Ebola, Fear the State” which is, overall, a very compelling article.
Nimmo is a fantastic writer and a great researcher, but in this case his statement is factually incorrect and probably needs to be addressed. As clearly explained by the Public Health Agency of Canada:’
‘It’s almost intuitively obvious to most that too much TV viewing is conducive to physical deterioration and not conducive to mental development. But what types of viewing at what ages affects children’s ability to pay attention over amounts of time and assimilate actual learning from experience or studying has been a topic of several studies.
One of those studies even considered background TV as a major distraction. That is leaving the TV on most of the time even when not watching it for a specific purpose while a child is doing homework, or if parents watch a specific TV show while the kids are around doing whatever.’
‘Here are a few questions you won’t hear asked of the parade of Israeli officials crossing US television screens during the current crisis in Gaza:
What would you do if a foreign country was occupying your land?
What does it mean that Israeli cabinet ministers deny Palestine’s right to exist?
What should we make of a prime minister, Binyamin Netanyahu, who as opposition leader in the 1990s was found addressing rallies under a banner reading “Death to Arabs”?
These are contentious questions, to be sure, and with complicated answers. But they are relevant to understanding of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict today. They also parallel the issues routinely raised by American journalists with Palestinian officials, pressing to consider how the US would react if it were under rocket fire from Mexico, to explain why Hamas won’t recognise Israel and to repudiate Palestinian anti-Semitism.’
‘We have been told by much of Western MSM that Air Algerie flight 5017 (hereinafter AH 5017) and its 117 passengers (according to the airline) lost contact with the ground and subsequently crashed in Mali on 7/24due to heavy weather.
A simple, tidy story that; and for all one knows the MSM soporific might even be true.
And yet, true to the times, meaningful questions remain.’
‘At the center of chaos, the wild-eyed President Obama strikes blindly, oblivious of the consequences, willing to risk a financial debacle or a nuclear war. He enforces sanctions against Iran; imposes sanctions on Russia; sets up missile bases five launch minutes from Moscow; sends killer drones against Pakistan, Yemen and Afghanistan; arms mercenaries in Syria; trains and equips Kurds in Iraq and pays for Israel’s savagery against Gaza.
The Chaos President is blind to the fact that starving one’s adversaries does not secure submission: it unites them to resist. Regime change, imposing proxies by force and subterfuge, can destroy the social fabric of complex societies: Million of peasants and workers become uprooted refugees. Popular social movements are replaced by organized criminal gangs and bandit armies.’
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‘Among those who cheer when a cease-fire ends and killing resumes are those who want more Palestinians slaughtered as a form of mass punishment for fictional offenses. Also among those cheering are certain mainstream U.S. newspaper columnists. In fact, at least one person is clearly in both of the above categories.
My local newspaper in Charlottesville, Va., printed a column on Friday from Thomas Sowell, distributed by Creators Syndicate but actually written for the right-wing Jewish World Review. Sowell writes:’
‘A hospital was shelled, killing and injuring staff and patients, and up to 28 members of one family died in an air strike as Gaza endured another day of relentless bloodshed on Monday.
As heavy shelling and fighting on the ground continued, John Kerry, the US secretary of state, arrived in Egypt to seek a ceasefire that Barack Obama declared was needed immediately: “We don’t want to see any more civilians killed,” the US president said.
Kerry had been authorised to do “everything he can to help facilitate a cessation of hostilities”, said Obama. The remarks were a sign that international diplomacy had been galvanised by weekend carnage in Shujai’iya.’
‘One of the iconic images of the early days of the Iraq invasion was the picture of the neocon George Washington, former banker and conman Ahmed Chalabi going back to his homeland as part of a brilliant plan to airlift exiles into the country to create the “new Iraqi army” under the auspices of his front group the Iraqi National Congress.
U.S. Marine Gen. Peter Pace explained that “these are Iraqi citizens who want to fight for a free Iraq, who will become basically the core of the new Iraqi army once Iraq is free.” It was just one of many farcical elements of the Iraq invasion. (Recall the Jessica Lynch debacle as well as virtually everything that happened under Paul Bremer and the Coalition Provisional Authority.) But then the group that planned and executed that war were very silly people, and Chalabi had their number from the beginning. Jane Mayer in the New Yorker had his number. In her seminal piece from July 2004, she traced back his involvement to the 1990s when Chalabi was cut loose from his long association with the CIA and then went hunting for new patrons. He’s a clever fellow:’
‘US President Barack Obama has refused to condemn Israel’s ongoing atrocities in the Gaza Strip despite widespread global anti-Israeli protests.
Obama instead condemned the Palestinian groups for killing Israeli soldiers.
“I think it’s important to note that we have, and I have, unequivocally condemned Hamas and the Palestinian factions responsible for killing two Israeli soldiers and abducting a third almost minutes after a ceasefire has been announced,” Obama said in the briefing room of the White House in Washington on Friday.’
‘Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy has reiterated his threat to block attempts by Catalonian leaders to hold an independence referendum on the region’s independence from Spain.
Rajoy made the remarks on Friday and insisted that a referendum would be illegal under the country’s constitution.
“The head of the government is obliged to enforce the law and this (referendum) is illegal,” said Rajoy.’
‘Libya’s retired General Khalifa Haftar has dismissed media reports over his escape from the country following a raging battle in the city of Benghazi.
“General Haftar has not left Libya and is currently preparing for a major military operation in Benghazi,” his spokesman Mohamed al-Hegazi said on Thursday.
Hegazi, however, did not provide any further details about the operation.’
‘Some US senators are calling on John Brennan, the director of the Central Intelligence Agency, to resign following the CIA’s admission that it spied on members of Congress.
“After being briefed on the CIA Inspector General report today, I have no choice but to call for the resignation of CIA Director John Brennan,” said Sen. Mark Udall (D-Colorado) in a statement on Thursday.’