Headlines: 7th October 2015

‘Elderly and disabled people in the care system are going without regular food and drink due to government budget cuts, a report has found.

A study by the Health and Social Care Information Centre (HSCIC) published on Tuesday discovered that care systems throughout the UK are failing to provide services for all those in need.

Tens of thousands of adults are being denied long-term care and are instead receiving short-term or temporary care, while over 1 million adults have been turned away.’

Read more: Cuts to ‘bare bones’ social services force elderly to go hungry



‘I could trace my 30 years of investigative reporting as one long project emanating from what people are supposed to think.

What they’re supposed to think about nuclear weapons, pesticides, medical drugs, vaccines, presidential elections, major media, the CIA, US foreign policy, mega-corporations, brain research, collectivism, surveillance, psychiatry, immigration…

In each case, there are a set of messages broadcast to the population. These messages are projected to replace what people would think on their own, if left to their own devices.

And in many cases, these messages have the same underlying theme: feel unlimited sympathy.

Feel unlimited sympathy or else.’

Read more: What You’re Supposed to Think vs. What You Think


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‘The Medieval era is well known for being littered with feudal societies, ruled by royalty and served by serfs who kept the system running with back-breaking labor. Contrary to popular opinion, though, the serfs weren’t exactly what we would call ‘slaves.’ They definitely had more rights and opportunities than many of their ancestors from the Roman Empire, and they weren’t owned by other people.

Instead, they were merely ‘tied down.’ They often didn’t have the freedom to move about, not because there were walls and watchtowers keeping them penned up, but because they were beholden to the land. They had to pay part of their income if they wanted to stay on that land, and if they wanted any kind of protection.

And because their world was far more dangerous than ours, they desperately needed the protection of the lords and their soldiers, which meant that they couldn’t risk leaving their land for better opportunities. In most feudal societies, it wasn’t politics that kept the people down, it was their financial situation.’

Read more: How Student Loan Debt Is Turning Us Into Serfs



‘A “1000 year” flood has just occurred on the East Coast and a “1200 year” drought continues to worsen rapidly on the West Coast. In fact record shattering floods and droughts are rapidly accelerating all around the globe. “Official sources”, of course, tell the American public that unprecedented weather events are just “natural” and the vast majority unfortunately accept this lie without so much as a second thought. Though countless anthropogenic (human) activities have done immense damage to the climate system, the ongoing global climate engineering (weather warfare) insanity is the greatest single disrupting factor of all. “100 year” disasters are now occurring every 100 days or less.’

Read more: Engineering ‘1000 Year’ Weather Catastrophes, The Reality Of Weather Warfare



‘So it is the U.S., not Turkey, which was first pushing the claims of air space violation and of scrambling fighters. The Turkish source would not confirm that.

But how could it be a real air space violation when Russian planes “flew within five miles of the Turkish border and may have crossed into Turkey’s air space”. The Russian planes were flying in Syrian airspace. They “may have crossed” is like saying that the earth “may be flat”. Well maybe it is, right?’

Read more: Russia ‘Violated’ Turkish Airspace Because Turkey ‘Moved’ Its Border


get-attachment (188)‘Interviewed on the Sunrise Weekend morning show, NYU Professor Matthew Liao promotes hormone treatments on children ‘when their small’ to close their ‘growth plates’ and thus stunt child growth.

Professor Liao says this helps fight climate change since ‘larger people consume more energy than smaller people.”


‘Some terror investigations have been stopped in their tracks because technology companies are tipping off extremists online, according to the UK’s most senior counter-terror police officer.
Mark Rowley of Scotland Yard said officers have been forced to prolong dangerous investigations and have lost track of some terror plots because tech companies do not cooperate fully.

He added in some cases, counter terror officers were “blinded” by impenetrable encryption surrounding messages.’

Read more: Technology firms tipping off extremists – counter-terror chief



‘A young, female ‘No Borders’ activist working in a migrant camp on the France-Italy border remained silent about her gang rape by Sudanese migrants for over a month because “the others asked me to keep quiet.”

Colleagues are alleged to have said that reporting the crime would set back their struggle for a borderless world.’

Read more: ‘No Borders’ Activist Gang Raped By Migrants, Pressured Into Silence To Not ‘Damage Cause’ – Claim



‘Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu asked Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked to establish a mechanism that would significantly shorten the legal process when dealing with the demolition of terrorist homes, the Prime Minister’s Office said in a statement late on Monday.

The prime minister’s decision was made during a security cabinet meeting, which was convened at 9 P.M. and ended at 3 A.M.

During the meeting, Netanyahu has instructed security forces to take decisive action to prevent Israeli citizens from taking the law into their own hands, the statement said. In addition, the prime minister demanded that police would act forcefully against incitement to violence and terrorism on social media.’


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