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   FBI mess - arrest of the undercover agents


For a few years now, we've been writing about how the FBI has been arresting a ton of people for "terrorism" who were really guilty of little more than being gullible and naive and pushed by FBI undercover agents and informants into taking part in a plot that wouldn't exist but for the FBI itself. These so-called own plots seem to be a huge part of what the FBI does these days.

 Somewhat ridiculously, courts have (mostly) allowed these, claiming that if, eventually, the accused person expressed some support for terrorism or terrorist groups, it shouldn't be considered entrapment. But, over and over again, you see cases where it's clearly the FBI doing not just the majority of the plotting, but also pushing ...read more





   Europe in Crisis



The head of Austria's opposition Freedom Party has censured the United States and the NATO for sparking the ongoing refugee crisis that has engulfed European countries.

"The USA and NATO have destroyed Iraq and Libya with their military intervention, bombs and missiles; provided financial, logistical and military support to the opposition against President [Bashar al-] Assad in Syria, and thus made possible the destruction, chaos, suffering," and Takfirism in the region, Heinz-Christian Strache wrote on his Facebook page on Saturday.

 Strache also scorned what he called US President Barack Obama's suggestion that Europe should bear the main responsibility for ...read more





   Fake Cell Towers



There's something really fishy going on with the mainstream media right now. Multiple outlets such as Reuters and CBS News are reporting a story which they would normally dismiss as a "conspiracy theory."
According to these news outlets, rogue cell phone towers known as "interceptors" have been discovered across America, and they don't belong to communications companies, the NSA or the U.S. military. They reportedly snoop on your private phone calls by intercepting cell phone signals, then relaying them to other towers.

"Rogue cell phone towers, the type that can intercept your mobile calls and data, are cropping up all over the United States, including here in ...read more



                                             

    “They Have To Die”



Israeli Politician’s Comments Calling For Killing of Mothers of Palestinians Trigger International Backlash

The situation in Israel and Palestine continues to grow worse on both sides. First you had the savage murder of three Israeli teens. Then you had the retaliation burning of a Palestinian teenager. Now protests are erupting all over Israel and the world on both sides.

Some of the coverage is focusing on statements made by Israeli lawmaker Ayelet Shaked on Facebook that day before three Israeli men went out and picked up Muhammad Abu Khdeir, 16, at random and burned him alive. Shaked’s post calls Palestinians “little snakes” and declares ...read more


                                             


    Return of Al-Qaida



How did al-Qaida, a tiny anti-Communist group in Afghanistan that had no more than 200 active members in 2001 become a supposed worldwide threat?

How can al-Qaida be all over the Mideast, North Africa, and now much of black Africa? This after the US spent over $1 trillion trying to stamp out al-Qaida in Afghanistan and Pakistan?

The answer is simple. As an organization and threat, al-Qaida barely exists. But as a name, al-Qaida and “terrorism” have become the west’s handy universal term for armed groups fighting western influence, corruption or repression in Asia and Africa. Al-Qaida is nowhere – but everywhere.

If you’re a rebel group seeking publicity, the fastest way is ...read more



                                            

   WikiLeaks - Secret Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP)



Details of a highly secretive, multi-national trade agreement long in works have been published by WikiLeaks, and critics say there will be major repercussions for much of the modern world if it's approved in this incarnation.

The anti-secrecy group published on Wednesday a 95-page excerpt taken from a recent draft of the Trans-Pacific Partnership, or TPP, a NAFTA-like agreement that is expected to encompass nations representing more than 40 percent of the world’s gross domestic product when it is finally approved: the United States, Japan, Mexico, Canada, Australia, Malaysia, Chile, Singapore, Peru, Vietnam, New Zealand and Brunei.

 US President Barack Obama and counterparts from 11 other prospective member states have been hammering out the free trade agreement in utmost secrecy for 
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  "Revenge is inevitable"


Chechen Republic, a small Caucasian country, the thorn in the foot big Russia is once again reminded the world public for his ordeal. Bombing at Moscow airport 24th January is again, at least briefly, dropped the world's media to view the problem with these small people in the south of Russia.

Since 2001. until today, the world's media to us almost daily basis news and comments related to the Islamic nations that threaten world peace, and in fact, all along trying to find some good reason for all these invasions, the destruction of government instability, human rights violations in the turbulent Middle East region and the Caucasus. The rush of media uniformity us easy trick that is the story with Chechnya just a slight deviation of the known cases in the region. However, this conclusion is largely incorrect...read more 


                                             


   Highway of death


What happened prior to nineteen years in Iraq and why is it just remember today? We all know the "Desert Storm", but most of our media have not led the way "highway of death". In it are thousands of other corpses of Iraqi soldiers, who deserve it this year at the end, nineteen years later, their story finally finds its place. It is time for the trip what you never dreamed of, a journey of death and nightmares after the war winding country roads.

19 years ago in Iraq took place on one of the worst massacres in the history of wars. Despite assurances from the Bush regime to Iraqi soldiers who retreat will not be attacked, it happened just the opposite. Iraqi soldiers and civilians were massacred after Saddam Hussein ordered the withdrawal from Kuwait. More than a hundred thousand Iraqi soldiers were killed in five weeks, most of the time than a hundred hours of the war. Tens of thousands of Iraqi soldiers were killed in illegal weapons, the most brutal ways possible...read more 


                                             


  The return of exiled Haitian President


One of the most important news in Haiti these days is the announcement of the return of ousted former President Jean-Bertrand Aristide, after seven years living in exile in South Africa.
Officer of the South African Ministry of Foreign Affairs spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because he is not authorized for official announcement. According to his information, the exiled Haitian President Jean-Bertrand Aristide should be returned to their homeland within a few days. One is able to return after he was last month Haitian government has decided to give a diplomatic passport. But on the other hand, the Haitian and U.S. officials claim that his presence could disrupt the second round of presidential elections to be held March 20. "The U.S. remains focused on helping to ensure a peaceful and democratic transition of power in Haiti and that a second election accurately reflects ...read more 


                                           


   Hollow earth


On Wednesday, 23 about 15 hours in March after years of silence, echoed the Jerusalem explosion. Brit Mary Jane Gardner was killed, and thirty four people were injured as they waited for the bus at the crowded bus station. But this time there was a Palestinian suicide bombers, an explosion sparked a bomb planted in a suitcase left at the station. So far no one has yet claimed responsibility, but Israeli authorities have accused of the attack Palestinian militants. Israel's Benjamin Netanyahu survey was two days after the attack said a strong, but also a wise and responsible reaction from Israel in this event.

In the Middle East again inflames longest conflict. After our eyes were directed toward Tunisia, Egypt, and remain focused towards Libya, more and more indications that we will soon be back and pry towards Israel and Palestine. United States of America that have subsided Israeli reaction to the ...read more 


                                             


  Divide and conquer


Armed rebel mass occupying the roads, oil fields and cities, while plundering everything and anyone who gets in their way. Imagine this situation in any independent country in the world. Imagine the reaction of American police and military when thousands of armed men took Texas.
 During the liberation of Lyon, the terrorist gangs who do not recognize and destroy the order of France, there would be no mercy. Western media should clearly and unequivocally their support and the support of sovereign states that as soon defeat those that threaten the sovereignty and does not recognize. Why, then, several thousand armed men in Libya, which destroy the order of the country (which is the definition of terrorists), the media referred to as the democratic opposition, not the name of what belongs to them? Why are the insurgents from Libya is often said that they were the Libyan people, when most of the independent and
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  USA seeking refuge for Gaddafi


The Obama Administration began to look for a country that will provide shelter Moammer al-Gaddafi in case you must leave Libya, reports the New York Times.

However, currently there are no indications that the rebel leader appeared who could be the successor to Qaddafi. The Allies, led by the United States, Gaddafi quietly seeking refuge, although the dictator continues his struggle for power in Libya, and is pushing to strengthen the intensity of the bombing Misra.

  Search of allies does not facilitate the ability to Gaddafi trial at the International Criminal Court in The Hague for a terrorist attack in Lockerby. Gaddafi is suspected that the attack was ordered and financed. One possibility that remains is to find allies to retreat in one of the countries that have not signed an extradition treaty for
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  Testament of the Libyan revolution leader


Transfer address to the nation Muammar el Gaddafi



For 40 years, or it might have passed more than that? I no longer remember - I did everything I could to give people homes, hospitals, schools. When they were hungry I gave them food. I even Benghazi in the desert turned into a barn. I objected to and survived the attacks of that cowboy Reagan. When he killed my poor one adopted daughter wanted to kill me. Instead it killed me Poor child. I helped my brothers and sisters in Africa, financial aid for the African Union, I did everything that was in my power that people understand the concept of democracy in which national committees govern our country.
But this was never enough - as many have said to me, even people with houses 10 rooms, new cabinets and furniture, have never been satisfied. In his selfishness always wanted more. So the Americans and other people told that they need ...read more 


                                             


  Russian hands over Europe


Reflectors are public facing north Africa and the Far East after a bloody uprising against Gaddafi and the nuclear accident in Japan. In Libya, the French had once again overestimated their power and America is apparently against his will, was forced to step into the world's policeman costume and start another war. While the forces competing over who will help the suffering people of Libya, the Japanese were mainly extracted from the mud alone. Behind the scenes of global defeat, someone still could happily start to rub your hands and wait for his new circumstances fill coffers. This one is Russia.

  Superficially Russia had much to do with these events. Although they publicly protest against the action in Libya, as a permanent member of the Security Council still have not put a veto on which they are entitled. Seemingly illogical move of ...read more
 


                                             


  United Kingdom died at the hands of Scotland?


In early May the UK in parallel parliamentary elections held in Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales, and conducted a referendum on changing the electoral system. All it does is overshadowed by the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton.

Small British girls fantasized that one day they become princesses, mothers complained that they have not, and fathers were proud to watch the pomp about the royal wedding as proof of British superiority. Although hardly anyone thought about that at moments of national pride, the United Kingdom, may cease to exist.


At the parliamentary elections in Scotland, claimed an absolute majority of Scottish National Party (SNP), which is already more than half a century, committed to leaving the UK.
Alex Salmon, president of the SNP, immediately after ...read more 


                                             


  Osama bin Laden - unofficial version


The Americans on their streets riddled celebrate the death of a man who they were presented as the main enemy of the state. The leader of Al-Qaeda and I pleaded guilty to assault on the twins, and his hatred of America dates back far into history - a pity that none of this is not true.



The first fact Which is false, and that is often repeated in the last month in the Croatian newspaper columns is that it is Osama bin Laden himself admitted guilt for attacks on the World Trade Centre towers. On such a thing was never said, although he is just trying to palm off.

  State Department a month after the attack 2001 th Which issued a video allegedly showed Osama bin Laden speaks in detail where to hit the twins on a day to ...read more 



                                            


  Guns at Texas colleges


The proposed new law in the U.S. state of Texas permits to carry weapons in the campus.

Republicans in Texas Senate last week approved a measure that those who possess a permit for a firearm permit carrying concealed handguns in public universities, according to British newspaper The Guardian.




These measures, as part of the law of expenditure of public universities, met with strong resistance from institutions of higher education, including most of the deans of faculties. Twelve Democrats in the Senate, the body with 31 members, most of the joint forces tried to block the measure, but failed because a majority vote added to the law of expenditure in the form of amendments. "The consequences of allowing an ...read more 


                                            


  CIA, US Military Operating Inside Mexico's "Drug War"


The Mexican government acknowledged Sunday that US intelligence and military officials are deployed inside Mexico, but refused to confirm details of a published report on their role in the country’s “drug war” for reasons of “national security.”

Mexico’s National Security Council issued a statement August 7 in response to a front-page article in the New York Times which reported that the Obama administration has sent “new CIA operatives and retired military personnel” to the country and is “considering plans to deploy private security contractors” in an effort to escalate the bloody war against drug cartels.

  The Times article, written by Ginger Thompson, who was the paper’s Mexico City bureau chief for nearly 15 years, reported that the military and intelligence officials were ...read more
 


                                             


  We will be defeated in September!


The Israeli newspaper Haaretz wrote that the Israeli representative to the UN, Ron Prosor, he admitted that there is no way for Israel to gather enough votes against recognizing an independent Palestinian state in the UN. Does that mean you are closer to defeat, at least one diplomatic? How to prepare Israel to show the latest news on giving "non-lethal" weapons on the residents of the West Bank. The weapon should be used against Palestinian demonstrators this month.

Diplomatic defeat

 "We will be a diplomatic defeat in September" said Ron Prosor, referring to the fact of how much passion Izarel "persuaded" only five countries to vote against ...read more  




                                            


  Iran - the next target?



Israel’s all-powerful lobby in Washington, the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC), an organization composed of Israeli collaborators, infiltrators, and outright traitors to the United States, is steamrolling through the House of Representatives H.R. 1905, which would prohibit the President of the United States, the Secretary of State, members of the U.S.

Foreign Service, or any special envoy from engaging in any sort of diplomatic contact, official or unofficial, with any member or agent of the government of Iran. Only when the President informs the requisite committees may he proceed with engaging on diplomatic contact with Iran. Israel has de facto control over the foreign affairs committees of Congress, so any White House notification of the need to contact Iranian officials would be instantly transmitted to Binyamin Netanyahu’s office in Jerusalem and Israel would then ...read more 


                                            


  Very bad news for the U.S., Britain and Israel



After the expected, but still great, the victory of Vladimir Putin, the Russian presidential election, many analysts are still trying to answer - what does this mean for Russia, but also for the world?
One thing is certain, the Western media, even before the election, tried in every possible way to diminish the legitimacy of Russian elections, Putin calling for fraud.


But the Russians to these threats, aimed at the incitement of demonstrations, answer the installation of a large surveillance systems, so that ultimately the Russian elections were one of the more transparent in the world in general.
 Of course, it will not stop criticism - today announced the head of OCCE's (Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe), Croatian politician Tonino Picula, who said that the elections in Russia had "serious problems" as the main
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  The German-Swiss tax war



Looking for a tax evader, Germany has bought even Swiss bank illegal data. Now Swiss German tax investigators to bring to trial, as in Germany finds delight.



The conflict over German tax evader who deposited their capital in secret Swiss bank accounts has been going on for some time. According to estimates by the German financial administration of the accounts in Switzerland is around 180 billion euro that were never logged on German tax authorities. To get to the name of tax evader, the German government reached for the disputed funds. Thus, in 2010. German tax investigators participated in illegal purchase a CD with data over 1100 German tax evader with accounts at Swiss bank Credit Suisse...read more 


                                             


   Bush Convicted of War Crimes



Kuala Lumpur — It’s official; George W Bush is a war criminal.

In what is the first ever conviction of its kind anywhere in the world, the former US President and seven key members of his administration were yesterday (Fri) found guilty of war crimes.

Bush, Dick Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld and their legal advisers Alberto Gonzales, David Addington, William Haynes, Jay Bybee and John Yoo were tried in absentia in Malaysia.


The trial held in Kuala Lumpur heard harrowing witness accounts from victims of torture who suffered at the hands of US soldiers and contractors in Iraq and Afghanistan.

 They included testimony from British man Moazzam Begg, an ex-Guantanamo detainee and Iraqi woman Jameelah Abbas Hameedi who was tortured in the ...read more



                                           


  Was Iranian molecular scientist 'executed'?


Detectives investigating the murder of an Iranian molecular scientist gunned down in her car as she drove home believe she was followed or that someone was waiting for her.

Gelareh Bagherzadeh, 30, who lobbied on behalf of Iranian women's civil rights, was struck by a single bullet that entered the passenger door window as she talked on her cell phone with her ex-boyfriend.




Her car then rolled into and a garage door yards from her parents' home in a townhouse community just southwest of Houston, Texas.
 The car's engine was still running when police found her body behind the wheel about 12:30am on Monday.According to police, someone walked to the...read more



                                             

  U.S. Social Security orders 174,000 hollow-point bullets



It didn't take long for the internet to start buzzing with conspiracy theories after the Social Security Administration posted a notice that it was purchasing 174,000 hollow-point bullets.

Why is the agency that provides benefits to retirees, disabled workers, widows and children stockpiling ammunition? Whom are they going to use it on?



"It's not outlandish to suggest that the Social Security Administration is purchasing the bullets as part of preparations for civil unrest," the website Infowars.com said.

Another website, The Daily Caller, said the bullets must be for use against American citizens, "since the SSA has never been used overseas to help foreign countries maintain control of their citizens."

  The clamor became such a distraction for the agency that it dedicated a website to explaining the purchase. The explanation, it turns out, isn't as ...read more 


                                             

  Who's afraid of Muslim Rage?


Like everyone else, many Muslims find the 13 minute Islamophobic video "Innocence of Muslims" trashy and offensive. Protests have spread quickly, tapping into understandable and lasting grievances about neo-colonialist US and western foreign policy in the Middle East, as well as religious sensitivities about depictions of the Prophet Muhammad. But the news coverage often obscures some important points:

1. Early estimates put participation in anti-film protests at between 0,001 and 0,007% of the world's 1.5 billion Muslims – a tiny fraction of those who marched for democracy in the Arab spring.

 2. The vast majority of protesters have been peaceful. The breaches of foreign embassies were almost all organised or fuelled by elements of the Salafist movement, a radical Islamist group that is most concerned with undermining more popular moderate Islamist groups...read more


                                             

  Provoking Russia



Poland’s recently expressed interest in acquiring an independent capability to counter theater-level missile attacks has much to do with insecurities over whether the United States, with all of its competing priorities, can reliably be counted on to defend Polish interests, according to issue experts and former diplomats.

Polish President Bronislaw Komorowski earlier this month said the desired antimissile system should be separate from the next-generation U.S. missile interceptors his country is slated to receive around 2018 under the Obama administration’s “phased adaptive approach” for European missile defense.



Former U.S. Ambassador to Poland Victor Ashe said his sense from speaking to contacts in the country is “there is a feeling that Poland needs to go more its ...read more 

                                            

  Anti-suicide nasal spray for U.S. Army



US Army grants $3 million for anti-suicide nasal spray research

The U.S. Army gave $3 million to the University of Indiana to develop an antidepressant that can be taken as a nasal spray. The grant could speed the development of a portable and easy-to-use device for preventing mental health problems.

One of the reasons depression and suicidal tendencies are so challenging to treat is that most medicines can't easily be delivered to the brain. Your brain is protected by the aptly named blood-brain barrier, which is specifically designed to keep any outside material from getting inside. While that's good in most situations, the barrier also keeps out medicines.


The nasal spray uses a nanoparticle delivery approach to send very tiny droplets of a drug called thyrotropin-releasing hormone (TRH) into the ...read more

                                             

  Electronic tattoos


The epidermal electronic system (EES) is like a short-lived tattoo that can conform to the skin in difficult-to-monitor areas like the throat

Through a combination of careful theoretical modeling and precise micro-manufacturing, a team of engineers and scientists has developed a new type of ultra-thin, self-adhesive electronics device that can effectively measure data about the human heart, brain waves and muscle activity--all without the use of bulky equipment, conductive fluids or glues.

 The researchers have created a new class of micro-electronics with a technology that they call an epidermal electronic system (EES). They have incorporated miniature sensors, light-emitting diodes, tiny transmitters and receivers and networks of carefully crafted wire
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  Ghost Marriage


Ritual ghost marriages, which is believed to date back to the 17th century BC, is a custom in which parents find "spouses" for their unmarried, deceased children so that they can have a family in the afterlife.

 The tradition is rare in contemporary China, but they are still practised in rural parts of Shaanxi, Shanxi, Henan, Hebei and Guangdong provinces. Families often employ a matchmaker to help find a suitable spouse for their deceased loved ones.


In Chinese tradition, a ghost marriage (Chinese: 冥婚; pinyin: mínghūn; literally "spirit marriage") is a marriage in which one or both parties are deceased. Other forms of ghost marriage are practiced worldwide, from Sudan, to India, to France since 1959. The origins of Chinese ghost marriage are largely unknown, and reports of it ...read more


                                             

  Quantum Internet



One of the dreams for security experts is the creation of a quantum internet that allows perfectly secure communication based on the powerful laws of quantum mechanics.

The basic idea here is that the act of measuring a quantum object, such as a photon, always changes it. So any attempt to eavesdrop on a quantum message cannot fail to leave telltale signs of snooping that the receiver can detect. That allows anybody to send a "one-time pad" over a quantum network which can then be used for secure communication using conventional classical communication.

That sets things up nicely for perfectly secure messaging known as quantum cryptography and this is actually a fairly straightforward technique for ...
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  Your whole body - authentication token



Google-owned Motorola reveals stomach acid-powered tablet that turns your body into a password

Google-owned tech company, Motorola has unveiled a prototype vitamin tablet which enables your entire body to function as an authentication token.

Regina Dugan, former director of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) and current head of Google-owned Motorola’s research division, introduced a prototype “vitamin authentication” tablet which turns your entire body into a walking authentication token.

 “We got to do a lot of epic shit when I was at DARPA,” Dugan said. Indeed, DARPA has been involved in everything from .
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   Last Interview before the War


President Bashar al-Assad stressed that Syria is a sovereign country that will fight terrorism and will freely build relationships with countries in a way that best serves the interests of the Syrian people.

In an interview with the Russian newspaper of Izvestia, President al-Assad stressed that "the majority of those we are fighting are Takfiris, who adopt the al-Qaeda doctrine, in addition to a small number of outlaws."

 On the alleged use of chemical weapons, President al-Assad said that the statements by the US administration, the West and other countries were made with disdain and blatant disrespect of their own public opinion, adding that "there isn’t a body in the world, let
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   Open letter to the President Barack Obama



 Hear the cry of the people!

The situation in Syria is worrying and once again the U.S., setting Themselves up as policeman of the world, seeks to invade Syria in the name of "freedom" and "human rights".

Your predecessor, George W. Bush, in his messianic madness in Place Knew how to religious fundamentalism to perform messianic wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. When Stated That He Talked to God and God Told him That I had to attack Iraq, porque I did was God's ruling to export "freedom" to the world.

 You have spoken, on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the death of Rev. Luther King, Also a Nobel Peace Prize, of the need to complete the "Dream" of ...read more







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