Headlines: 11th February 2016

Untitled (4)‘The French government aims to crack down on the spreading of conspiracy theories in France’s schools surrounding the recent terror attacks, because they are giving fuel to those seeking to radicalize young people.

There have been conspiracy theories for as long as anyone remembered. Did Kennedy really die? Was there ever a man on the moon? Was September 11th an inside job?

And now that massive terror-related news stories have struck France – and hard – a whole host of conspiracies have cropped up among kids eager to share the latest snippet from the internet.’

Read more: Schools: France vows to fight terror conspiracy theories


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‘How many readers know that there was an English (UK)-American (USA) biology technology project regarding the release of bioengineered mosquitoes to “fight” dengue fever in tropical countries? And, that the gene manipulation project called “Release of Insects carrying a Dominant Lethal” (RIDL) apparently is now backfiring? Could it involve the Zika virus?

The ‘actors’ include: 1) genetically-modified mosquitoes; 2) Oxitec, a spinoff of Oxford University; 3) an apparent new virulent strain of Zika virus; and 4) microcephalatic babies.

The most unfortunate aspect of technology gone off the rails—mosquito bioengineering—apparently resulted in the “Death Gene” blockage, using the GATA binding protein, has affected the same gene in human embryos as is targeted in mosquito pupae! [1] If that truly is the scientific snafu—deliberate or accidental—then some heads at various levels need to roll, figuratively speaking. Who will be made accountable for such a horrendous technological horror impacting innocent babies, the future of humankind?’

Read more: Zika: What Went Wrong With The Mosquitoes?


BITACORA-ZIKA-2‘A controversial genetic technology able to wipe out the mosquito carrying the Zika virus will be available within months, scientists say.

The technology, called a ‘gene drive,’ was demonstrated only last year in yeast cells, fruit flies, and a species of mosquito that transmits malaria. It uses the gene-snipping technology CRISPR to force a genetic change to spread through a population as it reproduces.

Three U.S. labs that handle mosquitoes, two in California and one in Virginia, say they are already working toward a gene drive for Aedes aegypti, the type of mosquito blamed for spreading Zika. If deployed, the technology could theoretically drive the species to extinction.’

Read more: Zika: The Gene-Editing Fix That Will Blow You Away


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‘The latest act of political terrorism on the illusory world stage is yet another alleged disease epidemic – this time the “Zika Virus,” which officials are warning (just like they did with Ebola) might turn into a global pandemic. And the martial law pandemonium has already begun in Brazil, where government officials have now declared that they can “legally” break and enter into people’s homes and private property, if it’s suspected that Zika-harboring mosquitoes might be living there.

Reuters is reporting that Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff has given the official green light to “authorized health officials” to violate personal property rights in order to address the alleged threat, which has been dubbed an “imminent danger to public health.” As long as a property is either abandoned or the owners are not present, government officials can literally break in and enter people’s homes without warrant or just cause.’

Read more: Brazilian government nullifies private property rights in fight against Zika … Homes and property no longer ‘private’


Untitled (3)‘British military aircraft are already operating over Libya, preempting any formal decision by a national unity government on a repeat of 2011’s foreign intervention, it has emerged.

During a session of the Foreign Affairs Committee on the situation in Libya held Tuesday, Tory Middle East minister Tobias Ellwood said missions are already being flown.

Ellwood declined to say how many operations had taken place – or if they involved drones.

He said there are no plans to deploy ground troops but that “there are discussions being had to see what we can do to facilitate assistance once a government is actually formed to advise, assist, support and train.’

Read more: Jumping the gun? British jets already flying Libya missions, preempting political agreement



‘In an angry tirade starting with “Ey America!” Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan accused Washington of causing the bloodbath in Syria by not recognizing the Kurdish forces fighting against Islamic State in the region as terrorists.

Bringing a new level of pressure to bear on its NATO ally, the Turkish president questioned Washington’s commitment as a fellow coalition member.

“Oh America! I told you many times, you are [either]beside us, or all of these terrorist organizations. You haven’t had a good grasp of them, and that is why the region has turned into the sea of blood,” Erdogan said, referring to the Syrian Kurdish Democratic Union Party (PYD) and its militia wing, the People’s Protection Units (YPG), which the US does not recognize as terror groups.’

Read more: Turkey’s Erdogan attacks US over support of Kurds, blames it for Syrian ‘sea of blood’



‘An inquiry into police handling of historic sex abuse allegations will be launched and led by a retired judge, the Metropolitan Police has announced, amid claims the service has failed to examine claims thoroughly.

The review, led by Sir Richard Henriques, will investigate ways the police can avoid perpetrating “witch hunts” against innocent public figures, while remaining a point of safety for victims.

It is expected to examine the policy which currently states that “the victim should always be believed,” to decide whether it should still be applied in light of recent criticism.

It has been announced following criticism of the police by former military chief Lord Bramall and the late former Conservative Home Secretary Leon Brittan, who were both investigated following allegations of abuse.’

Read more: Police probed over handling of historic sex abuse allegations


Flashback April 2015: Judge who reviewed Lord Janner child sex abuse case was friend of peer’s barrister


‘A judge involved in reviewing the investigation into Lord Janner’s alleged child abuse claims was a close friend of a top barrister hired to defend the Labour peer.

The retired judge Sir Richard Henriques regarded the late George Carman, QC, Lord Janner’s barrister when he was first investigated for sex crimes in 1991, as a friend and mentor at the Bar, a report in The Times claims.’

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‘A plan by David Cameron to win the support of Boris Johnson in the EU referendum by asserting the sovereignty of parliament risks turning into a “pointless” gesture, the former attorney general, Dominic Grieve, has warned.

As the London mayor keeps the Conservative party guessing about his plans, Grieve said that any attempt by an EU national parliament to challenge the primacy of EU law would be thrown out by the European court of justice.

Grieve spoke out after the prime minister told MPs last week that he was prepared to give ground to Johnson’s demand for the government to assert the sovereignty of parliament. The prime minister told Johnson in the House of Commons that he would introduce measures to “put beyond doubt” the sovereignty of parliament.’

Read more: PM’s vow to assert sovereignty of UK parliament is pointless, says Grieve

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