Headlines: 3rd July 2015

‘This 2014 Wembley presentation is your opus to date. Amazing clarity, great HD, great sound, and the most amazing dot connecting and clarity of thought I have ever heard. I have read and listened to most of your work, but the way this one culminated and played out was borderline magical mate.’

– US Singer, Songwriter, Producer Geoff Byrd

Please note … rental price is in dollars because of the playout system …

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‘The Ku Klux Klan is encouraging interested citizens to attend a five-day training camp later this month, where students will study leadership skills intended to help them become better advocates of white supremacy in their own communities.

Listed under “national events” on the KKK website is the Soldiers of the Cross Training Institute (SCTI), to take place on July 20-25 outside of Harrison, Arkansas.

“The primary focus of this school,” according to its website, “is to train future leaders who can return to their communities with the tools to become actively involved in this struggle for our racial redemption”’

Read more: Klan camp: KKK developing ‘a mighty army’ of white nationalists at five day training in July

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‘Whether you believe or not in the fall of the dollar, one thing is clear: we’re all going to have to learn how to barter if we’re gonna survive in a post-apocalyptic world in the (temporary) absence of money.

I can think of many reasons for this but the main one is that, even if the currency survives, we’re still going have to face sky-high inflation. In 1990, after the Romanian revolution, I witnessed the national currency go down the drain and, believe me, it was not pretty. In circumstances like these, it makes sense to consider bartering as an alternative and a much better way of exchanging goods and services. ‘

Read more: Seven Survival Skills You Can Barter With

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‘In June, the Investigatory Powers Tribunal (IPT) ruled that the UK government had illegally spied on two international civil rights groups: the Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights (EIPR) and the Legal Resources Centre in South Africa. But there was a mix up — the IPT has now admitted it was Amnesty International, not EIPR, that was subjected to unlawful surveillance.

The human rights group was notified via email and has branded the interceptions as outrageous. “How can we be expected to carry out our crucial work around the world if human rights defenders and victims of abuses can now credibly believe their confidential correspondence with us is likely to end up in the hands of the governments?” Salil Shetty, secretary general for Amnesty International said.’

Read more: The UK admits to spying on Amnesty International

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‘Have you ever come across someone on the Internet that you suspected was a paid government troll? Well, there is a very good chance that you were not imagining things.

Thanks to Edward Snowden, we now have solid proof that paid government trolls are using “psychology-based influence techniques” on social media websites such as YouTube, Facebook and Twitter. Documents leaked by Snowden also reveal that government agents have been conducting denial-of-service attacks, flooding social media websites with thinly veiled propaganda and have been purposely attempting to warp public discourse online. If we do not stand up and object to this kind of Orwellian behavior, it is only going to get worse and worse.’

Read more: Government Trolls Are Using ‘Psychology-Based Influence Techniques’ in Social Media

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get-attachment-911-587x391‘New Zealand has become the latest country to think bad online manners are amenable to legislation.

The country last night passed a controversial bill, the Harmful Digital Communications Bill, in the hope of stemming “cyber-bullying”.

The bill creates a regime under which digital communications causing “serious emotional distress” are subject to an escalating regime that starts as “negotiation, mediation or persuasion” but reaches up to creating the offences of not complying with an order, and “causing harm by posting digital communication”.

The most serious offenders would face two years in jail or a maximum fine of NZ$50,000 (US$33,900).’

Read more: New Zealand Passes Law Making It Punishable By Fine Or Jail Time For ‘Causing Emotional Distress’ On The Internet

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‘Earlier this month, LifeNews.com reported on a high school in Seattle, Washington that is now implanting intrauterine devices (IUD), as well as other forms of birth control and doing so without parental knowledge or permission.

The IUD is known as a long acting reversible contraception, and may even act as an abortifacient. So, a young teen in Seattle can’t get a coke at her high school, but she can have a device implanted into her uterus, which can unknowingly kill her unborn child immediately after conception. Or, if she uses another method, she can increase her chances of health risks for herself, especially if using a new method.’

Read more: Schools Implant IUDs in Girls as Young as sixth Grade Without Their Parents Knowing

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‘The debt crisis in Puerto Rico could potentially cost financial institutions in the United States tens of billions of dollars in losses. This week, Puerto Rico Governor Alejandro Garcia Padilla publicly announced that Puerto Rico’s 73 billion dollar debt is “not payable,” and a special adviser that was recently appointed to help straighten out the island’s finances said that it is “insolvent” and will totally run out of cash very shortly.

At this point, Puerto Rico’s debt is approximately 15 times larger than the per capita median debt of the 50 U.S. states. Yes, the Greek debt crisis is larger, as Greece currently owes about $350 billion to the rest of the planet. But only about $14 billion of that total is owed to U.S. financial institutions. But with Puerto Rico, things are very different. Just about the entire 73 billion dollar debt is owed to U.S. financial institutions, and this could potentially cause massive problems for some extremely leveraged Wall Street firms.’

Read more: Why The Puerto Rico Debt Crisis Is Such A Huge Threat To The U.S. Financial System

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‘Last year, San Francisco Democratic Senator Leland Yee was arrested and charged for multiple acts of corruption. The allegations against him ranged from public corruption to running guns.

The hypocrisy involved in these charges was shocking as Yee was one of the state’s strongest advocates for gun control. However, on the large scale scope of the state, this fraud is to be expected.

In March of 2014, Yee, 65, was seized at his home during a string of FBI raids.’

Read more: Large Scale Hypocrisy: Leland Yee, Most Anti-Gun Senator in the US, Pleads Guilty to Gun Running

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‘The health danger of ‘electrical pollution’ is grossly misunderstood by Western medicine. But, for those suffering with the ill effects of electromagnetic frequency (EMF) exposure – this is no laughing matter. If you’re suffering with chronic fatigue, headaches, insomnia, autoimmune disorders or hormonal issues – I strongly suggest you continue reading this article.

Are you suffering from ‘unexplainable’ chronic disease symptoms? On the next NaturalNews Talk Hour, learn about the very real health threats posed by EMF pollution – especially the wiring in your home; commonly used wireless devices and other household electronic devices.’

Read more: The medical link between EMF pollution and ‘unexplainable’ chronic disease symptoms

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