Headlines: 1st July 2015
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Is this the next phase of The Singularity? The complete bypassing of pills, injections – things that one actively chooses and takes – to a passive acceptance of remote controlled wireless chips quietly and somehow pumping substance for up to 16 years? Or is it more public relations for the long-time push for the coming ”brain chip”?
But first to roll out will probably be the wirelessly controlled birth-control implanted device backed by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. ‘
UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) Spokeswoman Melissa Fleming said during a press conference in Geneva on Tuesday that the number of the IDPs had increased from an estimated 230,000 recorded last September to over 434,000.
Fleming said data collected by the office of the UN High Commissioner for refugees showed that the number comprises 83,697 families.’
‘Following the brutal killing of up to 30 British tourists in Tunisia last Friday, broad-ranging powers came into force to stop extremist radicalization within British universities, prisons, councils and public health trusts.
As the government’s Counter-Terrorism and Security Act is implemented, each of these state institutions will be bound by a new statutory duty to stamp out activities – online or otherwise – deemed to be extremist.’
Tory MP Henry Bellingham asked the prime minister whether the attacks in Tunisia meant it was time “companies such as Google, Facebook and Twitter… understand that their current privacy policies are completely unsustainable?”
Cameron agreed, saying that the security services must always be able to “get to the bottom” of online communications.
“Britain is not a state that is trying to search through everybody’s emails and invade their privacy,” he insisted.’
‘Justice Lowell Goddard is looking to hire 21 more barristers to help her run the overarching inquiry into child sex abuse.
The move has caused anger amongst abuse survivors and their representatives, with one warning that it would deter nervous witnesses from coming forward.’
‘Brian Gerrish interviews child abuse survivor and Nottingham Beechwood children’s home whistleblower Melanie Shaw. Recently released from HMP Peterborough where she suffered nearly 6 months in solitary confinement, was denied medical treatment and was subjected to significant bullying and harassment, Melanie has also been harassed by Nottingham police.’
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‘The Ukrainian president has named an entirely new, wildly different figure for the number of Russian troops allegedly in Ukraine: over 20 times higher than he claimed earlier this month.
In an interview with the Italian newspaper Corriere della Sera, Ukraine’s President Petro Poroshenko claimed there is a whopping 200,000 Russian troops in Ukraine. “Today, on Putin’s order, there are 200,000 men and an arsenal of armored vehicles, sophisticated missile systems and anti-air arms amassed in our territory,” Corriere della Sera quotes Poroshenko, who went on to say: “One of these shot down the Malaysian civilian plane last year.”
It is unclear where Poroshenko got the enormous figure, which constitutes about a quarter of the entirety of Russia’s troops, and is almost the size of the entire Ukrainian army. But if Poroshenko’s claims are true, the forces would have to possess incredible stealth capabilities, as no surveillance or intelligence service has detected the numerous troops crossing the border. Neither have the OSCE observers stationed at the border.’