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Tuesday, December 31, 2013

White Fur /​/​/ Black Cathedral by Parallel Lines


I have to say there are moments here that just completely blow me away. This is music made to take you on a journey... no other substances needed.

If you like ambient, experimental, psychedelic, krautrock, post-rock, or shoegaze in any capacity you need to buy this.

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Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Homeland: if home is a land of bad TV

This is what an episode of Homeland will make you feel like...

Three seasons and thirty-six episodes of this show (yeah that is 36 hours of Homeland)... and after the writers couldn't find their ass from their head beginning midway through season one... so they take us to silly new heights of far-fetched plots - they are shockingly renewed for a fourth season. This show, as horrible and annoying as it is, is like an insect bite or bad habit; you know it isn't good for you but you can't help yourself but watch the mediocre hyped show. This show is clearly designed for the Kool-Aid drinkers out there that buy a "war on terror" and that Iran is the great boogie man.





Just like food that contains E. coli, Homeland is something that needs to be experienced to know just how bad it is.

If there is one thing that has become overly apparent to me over these past few years, it is that not all cable shows are created equal. Matter of fact, some like Homeland, are more on par with the silly cheese being aired on network TV. Homeland is one step up from All My Children in the acting and writing department. Actually, with all the goofy twists maybe they hired some soap opera writers. How Boardwalk Empire and Homeland share the same platform is beyond me.

I wish I could forget...

[I realize this is more of a rant... it was written while under the effects of the show. I will attempt to clarify things over time. In the meantime, why not watch an episode from season 2 or 3 and send me an email?]

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Friday, December 6, 2013

Former Philippine Governor Kills Lion For Birthday



No it's not just Melissa Bachman. Where you usually find one roach there are many others. South Africa continues to let tourists hunt and kill lions and other animals in the name of fun. South Africa, despite the silly little "ban Melissa Bachman" petition, is the real problem - without enforcement of protection and their willingness to both turn a blind eye and continual allowance of this is the real issue. South Africa should be boycotted and, in my opinion, have massive trade sanctions levied against it. South Africa is now on my short list, right there along with China.

Here is another piece of shit that needs to have an accident. Dick (Cheney), where are you?


-Bryan

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ABS-CBNews.com
November 21, 2013

MANILA (UPDATED) -- Photos of former Ilocos Sur Governor Luis "Chavit" Singson with a lion he shot dead during a hunting expedition in South Africa are drawing flak online.

The photos, which were initially published in June on the website of the Philippine Times of Southern Nevada, show Singson posing beside a male lion and an antelope that he shot at the Kalahari Desert as he celebrated his birthday.

According to the report, Singson went to the Kalahari Desert, which extends 900,000 square kilometers and covers much of Botswana and parts of Namibia and South Africa, to hunt wild animals.

Singson, like all other hunters, waited for about a year to get his shooting license, it said.
"His hunting rifle took down a male lion and an antelope, highly valued targets. Needless to say, he couldn't be happier. His feats were celebrated in his birthday bash in Spear Safari, also in the savannah. An image of his prized catch is printed onto his cake, making the celebration go down in history as one of the most memorable," the report said.

On micro-blogging site Twitter, some netizens reacted negatively to the photos

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Thursday, December 5, 2013

Gerald Celente - Trends In The News - "Military Of Losers!"



"Tiny Tim Geithner becomes president of Warburg Pincus, Linda Woodford spent the last 15 years of her career inserting phony numbers in the U.S. Department of Defense's accounts & the once great American cities crumble as foreign aid is flooded out of every tax payers pocket. Keep waving those flags and them yellow ribbons! Keep paying your taxes!!"

Original release: 11/18/13.
www.TrendsJournal.com

Official Gerald Celente channels: "Gcelente" & "TrendsJournal".

©2012, 2013 TrendsResearchInstitute. Gerald Celente™. 

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Odds of Alien Life 'Very High', House Panel Hears


Breitbart News 
December 5, 2013

The likelihood of life on other planets is "very high," a planetary scientist told a House committee in a hearing some Democrats chided as evading U.S. issues.

"The chance that there's a planet like Earth out there with life on it is very high," Massachusetts Institute of Technology planetary science and physics Professor Sara Seager told the House Science Committee.

"The question is: Is there life near here, in our neighborhood of stars? We think the chances are good," she said, answering a question from Rep. Ralph Hall, R-Texas, who asked: "Do you think there's life out there, and are they studying us? And what do they think about New York City?"

Seager was one of three Ph.D.-credentialed witnesses prominent in a scientific field once considered speculative who testified at a hearing called "Astrobiology: The Search for Biosignatures in Our Solar System and Beyond."

A biosignature is a substance -- such as an element, molecule or even a phenomenon -- that provides scientific evidence of past or present life.

Seager studies gases on distant planets that might indicate life.

The others testifying were NASA astrobiologist Mary Voytek and science historian and astrobiologist Steven J. Dick of the Library of Congress.

Voytek and Dick also answered Hall's question.

"Whether they're looking at New York or some small town in Indiana, the diversity of life here and the way that we live our lives is phenomenal, and I think it goes all the way down from humans to microbes," Voytek said.

Dick said, "I think the guiding principle holds that what's happened here has happened elsewhere in our huge universe," the Washington Post reported.

The 90-minute hearing, called by committee Chairman Lamar Smith, R-Texas, brought praise and respect from Democrats in the room but partisan mockery from a Democratic campaign committee outside.

The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, which works to elect Democrats to the House, said GOP lawmakers were holding a hearing on "space aliens" rather than tackling issues such as immigration reform or a minimum-wage increase.

"No wonder the American people think this Republican Congress is from another planet -- they're more interested in life in space than Americans' lives," committee spokeswoman Emily Bittner said in a statement.

"Saying this Republican Congress has misplaced priorities is an understatement of galactic proportions," she said.

Seager, whose scientific research has earned her a MacArthur Foundation "genius grant," told lawmakers scientists now had the capacity to make a breakthrough.

"This is the first time in human history we have the technological reach to cross the threshold," she said in remarks quoted by Britain's Guardian newspaper.

The next-generation James Webb Space Telescope, scheduled for launch in 2018, and other advances are changing the search for alien life forms, she told lawmakers.

"If life really is everywhere, we actually have a shot at it," she said.

The Hubble Space Telescope, carried into orbit by a U.S. space shuttle in 1990, recently detected water in the atmospheres of five planets outside the solar system, two published studies reported by NBC News Tuesday indicated.

The testifying scientists appealed to lawmakers for funding, including investment in space telescopes designed to detect biosignatures.

The latest White House budget calls for $17.7 billion for NASA, a slight decrease from 2012.

"I know that funding is tough, but it's the best thing that you can do," said Voytek in remarks quoted by the Guardian.

"You've pretty much indicated [the discovery of] life on other planets is inevitable," Rep. Bill Posey, R-Fla., told the panelists. "It's just a matter of time and funding."

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WTC Developers Cleared of Fault by 2nd Circuit



Adam Klasfeld
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December 5, 2013


Blaming the collapse of 7 World Trade Center on an “unprecedented constellation of events,” the 2nd Circuit on Wednesday chucked negligence claims against the building’s landlords and developers.

The collapse of the North Tower on Sept. 11, 2001, sent fiery debris into Tower 7, lighting fires that burned for seven hours on multiple floors until it destroyed that building and crushed the Con Edison substation located directly underneath the building.

In 2004, Con Edison sued New York City, the Port Authority, and Tower 7′s owners and developers in Manhattan for negligence. The federal action has since gone through multiple rounds of appeals, amended complaints and procedural challenges by different groups of defendants.

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Mass Unrest in Ukraine Amid Supposed Tug of War Between EU, Russia

Ukrainian students protest on Nov. 26, 2013. Credit: Oxlaey via Flickr

Alex Newman  
New American
December 5, 2013


In the midst of a supposed tug-of-war between two giant powers — the emerging Brussels-based European Union super-state and Vladimir Putin’s Russian government — massive protests rocked the streets of Ukraine and its capital, Kiev, in recent days. The oftentimes violent demonstrations, elements of which are aimed at deposing the current regime, came after Ukrainian authorities ditched controversial negotiations for closer trade relations with the EU in favor of an even more controversial tighter alliance with Moscow.

Amid the escalating turmoil, some analysts have suggested that there is mass deception at work — an effort to mislead the people of Ukraine with two orchestrated alternatives: closer links with Moscow, or deeper ties with the increasingly out-of-control entity ruling over much of Europe. Apparently being a sovereign nation and trading with all willing partners is not on the menu. Meanwhile, as part of a long-running trend in geopolitics, Kremlin-linked globalist voices are again calling for more “integration” between Russian authorities and the EU.

The latest round of unrest in Ukraine, the worst in almost a decade, began late last month when President Viktor Yanukovych’s government announced that it was backing out of talks with the EU. Yanukovych, a former member of the Communist Party during the Soviet era, remains closely affiliated with Moscow, which reportedly exerted strong pressure on Ukrainian officials to scrap the EU deal. Shortly after the announcement, though, tens of thousands of furious protesters swamped government buildings and clashed with police.

The so-called “Association Agreement” between the Ukrainian government and the sovereignty-crushing European bloc would have, among other developments, eased trade restrictions while showering IMF and EU taxpayer funds on Ukraine — with “strings” attached, of course. While it was not guaranteed, supporters of “integration” with the super-state in Brussels hoped the apparently defunct deal would have put the Ukrainian government on the road to full EU membership. Authorities in numerous other former Soviet-controlled Eastern European nations have already joined.

Instead of the EU deal, however, Yanukovych and his allies decided to pursue closer alignment with the Kremlin, which is working to build its own “Customs Union” transnational integration scheme with former Soviet-dominated countries. After the massive protests, Yanukovych said he was willing to “reconsider” talks with the EU, but analysts broadly suspect that unless his regime resigns or is ousted from power, Kiev will remain under Russian influence — at least for the foreseeable future. A bid in Parliament to oust the current Ukrainian leadership was narrowly rejected this week.

As the unrest escalated, Yanukovych took off for an official visit to the communist dictatorship ruling mainland China. Under heavy financial pressure and crushing debt, analysts claim the Ukrainian government and the nation itself need to borrow more money — whether from the West, Russia, or China, which has already lent it billions. Banks and ratings agencies commenting on the growing uproar in Ukraine largely warned of further risks to the economy, government bonds, and the hryvnia currency.

Russian officials have stood by Ukrainian authorities amid the escalating unrest after threatening to retaliate if the EU deal went forward. Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev, for example, said Moscow was watching events closely and that Kiev was an “important strategic partner” during meetings with a high-level Ukrainian delegation in the Russian capital. “We’re watching what’s happening in your country,” Medvedev was quoted as saying by RIA Novosti. “It’s an internal affair of Ukraine, though it’s really important to have stability and order there.”

Western officials, meanwhile, offered mixed reactions. NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen blasted what he called the “excessive” use of force against protesters and called for an end to the violence from all sides. “Obviously we fully respect Ukrainian decisions on their alliance affiliations and to which organizations they want to belong or with which organizations they want to cooperate,” he claimed. “But I would expect such decision-making processes to be truly democratic.”

Polls cited in media reports suggest about 45 percent of Ukrainians supported the deal with the EU, while some 15 percent would prefer to join the Moscow-led “Customs Union” with the governments and regimes ruling Russia, Belarus, and Kazakhstan. The rest reportedly either rejected both integration schemes or were undecided. Other polls, however, have suggested that the public is more evenly split between the EU and the Customs Union.

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, in Brussels for a NATO summit at the time, cancelled a planned visit to Kiev and claimed there was “very powerful evidence” that the Ukrainian public wanted closer associations with the EU. “We stand with the vast majority of the Ukrainians who want to see this future for their country,” he told journalists, adding that he looked forward to visiting Ukraine “when it too gets back on the path of European integration and economic responsibility.” The Obama administration has also been threatening the British with “consequences” if, as polls suggest, they vote to secede from Brussels.

While the ongoing saga has largely been portrayed in the establishment press as a battle over Ukraine between the two behemoths — the EU and the Kremlin — some analysts are expressing suspicions about the narrative. “Ukrainian enthusiasm for the EU seems a kind of manipulated reality,” noted a staff analysis report about the situation in the market-oriented Daily Bell, adding that “whether the Ukraine stays within Russia’s ambit or crosses over is probably not going to make much of a difference in the long run.”

Noting that regional tensions between “East” and “West” reminiscent of the Cold War era were being reignited, the Daily Bellanalysts suggested that “the re-imposition of the dialectic is part of a larger manipulation now taking place throughout the world.” The idea, the analysis continued, is to foment largely bogus polarization as a tool to advance a broader agenda — something the establishment has long exploited to advance its aims.

“At the top of the ‘pyramid,’ elites use similar techniques and have similar goals and objectives,” they noted, dismissing the portrayal of Putin and his “mafia” as some sort of heroes ready to save the world from an out-of-control Western establishment. “And given the way the power elite works, we wouldn’t be surprised if there were ‘understandings’ at the top that transcended the evident hostilities between the BRICs and the West…. The current conflict in the Ukraine may be presented as one that pits East against West, but in reality the goal is always the same.”

Indeed, as The New American has documented even recently, the goal of eventually achieving “convergence” between “East” and “West” is now openly discussed even by top government officials. With the ongoing crisis in Kiev, the same mantra is back in the headlines yet again. In a Moscow Times column dubbed “How Russia and EU Can Build a Greater Europe,” for instance, veteran Putin apparatchik Sergei Markov described the vision clearly.

“Russia would like to build good relations with Europe, and it has proposed the Greater Europe project with that goal in mind,” Markov wrote, highlighting Moscow’s efforts to build a “Eurasian Union” after the Customs Union scheme. “At that point, the Eurasian Union could join with the EU to create a Greater Europe, gradually formalizing common economic and humanitarian practices, establishing a unified set of rules and the free flow of trade, capital, people and ideas. That would make for a very strong Europe.” At the same time, the Obama administration is working on an “integration” deal with the EU, too.

Strategically located in the heart of Eastern Europe, Ukraine has suffered from more than its fair share of government terror and brutality over the last century — particularly under Soviet rule, when Communist autocrats exterminated resisters and deliberately starved millions of Ukrainians into submission in the early 1930s as part of what many experts refer to as genocide. The New York Times and the establishment, of course, tried fiendishly to cover up and sugar-coat the horrors, but the facts slowly emerged anyway. National Socialist (Nazi) rule a decade later was brutal as well.

After Ukraine re-emerged as a supposed independent nation in 1991 after the “collapse” of the USSR, turmoil continued, but conditions seemed to be improving — even if slightly and slowly. Eventually, amid allegations of election fraud and corruption, mass political chaos and protests that analysts refer to as the “Orange Revolution” rocked Ukraine in late 2004. The latest demonstrations are reportedly the largest since then, and few expect the crisis to blow over any time soon.

As The New American has documented extensively, despite the apparent effort to create an impression of division and competition between the socialist and communist regimes ruling the so-called BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa) against the Western establishment, even a brief perusal of official documents and statements would expose the purported split as largely manufactured for public consumption. In reality, Western leaders and the BRICS are all openly calling for an empowered United Nations, a global currency, and what many top officials from “East” and “West” have described as a “New World Order.”

Meanwhile, more than a few prominent voices have drawn parallels between the EU and communist totalitarianism. Former Soviet dictator Mikhail Gorbachev even approvingly described the Brussels-based super-state as “the new European Soviet” during a 2000 visit to Britain. Additionally, numerous top figures in the EU served barbaric communist dictatorships and were members of communist parties before joining the new and improved party in Brussels.

“What they did is they recreated the very evil system that the people in Eastern Europe had lived under before, but the incredible thing was that many of the new [EU] bosses had also worked for that same evil system before,” observed U.K. Independence Party leader and popular Member of the European Parliament Nigel Farage. He was referring, of course, to the Soviet-backed regimes ruling much of the region just two decades ago.

“The common denominator with the (EU) Commission is the sheer number of them that were communists or were very close to communism,” Farage said in a separate speech, pointing to EU commission boss José Manuel Barroso, a former Maoist revolutionary, and other known current or former communists in power at the EU. “We have at least 10 communists in this commission, and it must feel like a return to the good old days.”

More than a few analysts and political leaders, including the last president of the formerly communist-ruled Czech Republic, haveechoed those concerns. With the public narrative around Ukraine trying to portray the issue as some sort of “East vs. West” brouhaha, however, reality and the facts have been largely overlooked. In essence, it appears that Ukrainians are being bamboozled into embracing one of two bad options.

Better alternatives — independence and freedom, for example — have hardly even been mentioned amid the uproar.

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Police remove protesters from Chevron's fracking site in Romania

A protester holds a 'Stop Chevron' flag at a makeshift camp near the village of Pungesti, Romania, where the US firm wants to drill for shale gas. Photograph: Daniel Mihailescu/AFP/Getty Images

Luke Dale-Harris and Vlad Ursulean 
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December 5, 2013

US energy company Chevron has resumed its search for shale gas at a controversial site in north-east Romania after hundreds of riot police forcefully removed protesters from the village of Pungesti.

For more than two months, the village, which is believed to be sitting on large reserves of the valuable natural resource, has been the site of largely peaceful protests. Villagers, many of whom are elderly farmers, have set up camp next to the fields targeted for drilling, spending their nights in makeshift tents and cooking on open fires.

Even as the weather turned and temperatures dropped below zero, they looked set to stick the winter out. "We want the mayor to leave and Chevron to leave. We need courageous men, not to use force, just to show them we are united and we are not afraid," said Alexandru Focșa, 45, a farmer who has been camping since October.

At 4am on Monday the Romanian gendarmerie [paramilitary police force] moved in to secure the way for Chevron's trucks. In a scene that resembled a military operation, they occupied the village, blocking all access points with riot police vans and preventing anyone from leaving or entering for over 24 hours. Several villagers were detained and fined for the criminal offence of blocking a public road. Villagers say that anyone leaving their homes was stopped for questioning.

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Fiat is the modern Yugo

The Serbians are coming... not the Italians.
Nice crumple zones. You have to be crazy to drive one of these dinky things amongst traffic comprised of giant SUV's.

The title of this post is both joking and serious. Fiats are now made at the same plant that gave the world the fabulous Yugo. Of course, the plant has been upgraded using all the money saved by hiring Serbians instead of Italian workers. I love globalism... nobody is safe. Wonder if they will put that on their commercials that give you the false sense you are driving an Italian car version of the Vespa. The only thing Italian about Fiat is the CEO, name, and history... other than that it is Serbian.

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Monday, December 2, 2013

Afghan opium production highest ever...


Ali Meyer
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December 2, 2013

After 12 years of occupation by U.S. military forces, Afghanistan set a record for growing opium poppies in 2013, according to newly released data from the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime.

“Opium poppy cultivation in Afghanistan reached a sobering record high in 2013,” said the UNODC. “According to the 2013 Afghanistan Opium Survey, cultivation amounted to some 209,000 hectares, outstripping the earlier record in 2007 of 193,000 hectares, and representing a 36 per cent increase over 2012.”

In fact, according to the latest worldwide data on opium-poppy cultivation, Afghanistan dedicates more land to the cultivation of opium poppies than all of the rest of the world combined.


According to the UNODC’s “World Drug Report,” published in May--which included data for the world’s primary opium producing regions through 2011--the 131,000 hectares that was devoted to opium cultivation in Afghanistan that year was more than the combined 76,500 hectares used to cultivate opium poppies in other places. This included the 43,600 hectares in Myanmar, the 12,000 hectares in Mexico, the 4,100 hectares in Lao People’s Democratic Republic, the 362 hectares in Pakistan, the 338 hectares in Columbia, and the combined 16,100 hectares under in various other countries.


After the Sept. 11, 2001 al Qaeda terrorist attacks on the United States, the U.S. sent military forces into Afghanistan to overthrow the Taliban regime there and deny al Qaeda the use of that country as a sanctuary. That year, according to UNODC, Afghanistan had a recorded low of 7,606 hectares under cultivation with opium poppies (in 2000, by contrast, Afghanistan had had 82,171 hectares under cultivation).

In the years following 2001, the U.S. troop presence in Afghanistan generally increased, especially after President Barack Obama took office in 2009 and launched a military surge there.

As of Sept. 2002, a year after the terrorist attacks, there were 10,400 U.S. troops in Afghanistan, according to the Congressional Research Service. In January 2009, the month Barack Obama was first inaugurated, there were 32,800 U.S. troops there. By December 2009, there were 69,000. And, by September 2010, there were 98,000.

As of this October, the latest month reported by NATO, there were 60,000 U.S. troops still on the ground in Afghanistan—27,200 more (or 83 percent more) than 32,800 who were there when Obama took office.

Despite the significant long-term U.S. troop presence in Afghanistan, the top opium cultivating regions in that country are provinces in the nation’s south and west that lie along the borders of Iran and Pakistan. These include Helmand province, which borders on Pakistan; Kandahar province, which borders on Pakistan; Farah province, which borders on Iran; Nimroz province which borders on Iran and Pakistan; and Nangarhar province, which borders on Pakistan.

According to the UNODC report, “the vast majority of opium cultivation remained confined to the country’s Southern and Western provinces, which are dominated by insurgency and organized criminal networks.”

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It is reported that the US and allied troops merely turn a "blind eye" to the opium crops... and nothing is done to circumvent it so as not to upset the "farmer". I think certain organizations are making huge money off these crops... money that doesn't come with strings like Senate oversight if you catch my drift. Now, even if you are a gung-ho full retard that thought we were winning a "war" in Afghanistan... what now when the "bad guys" have more funding then ever?

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While awaiting a bus to a game a cop assumed three high school students were loitering. The cop ordered the kids to leave the area. Instead of listening to the boys tell him they were awaiting a bus he began to 'cuff them.

One cop told the boys coach that if he had the room he would arrest all of them.

Everybody I know of, including myself, has had some sort of dialogue with a cop with an attitude that is described in the video above. Your rights don't matter and you cannot ask a question of a jackbooted thug.

“We was just waiting for our bus and he started arrested us,” one of the students who was arrested, Wan’Tauhjs Weathers, 17, described.

The boys families each gave their thanks on Thanksgiving in the form of posting $200 in bail. Hey, something has got to keep the coin in the local government trough. The boys await trial on December 11.

Justice served? Getting a good return on your tax dollar Rochester???

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Navi Pillay (L) looking as fine as ever.

BBC News Middle East
December 2, 2013

The UN's human rights chief has said an inquiry has produced evidence that war crimes were authorised in Syria at the "highest level", including by President Bashar al-Assad.

It is the first time the UN's human rights office has so directly implicated Mr Assad.

Commissioner Navi Pillay said her office held a list of others implicated by the inquiry.

The UN estimates more than 100,000 people have died in the conflict.

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They just never give up don't they? For years now looking for a way to overtly attack Syria... just like for years and time after time they try and garner control over the internet (the one place all sides of a story may be told).

100,000 people dead because of a staged insurrection at the behest of globalist western powers. Retired general and former NATO poster boy Wesley Clark has publicly stated that plans existed over ten years ago (prior to the invasion of Iraq) which detailed widespread regime change throughout the middle east... and Syria was a target (Arab Spring anyone?). NATO, under the Obama regime and French government, has aided domestic and foreign fighters that seek to wage jihad in Syria... and it is FACT that many of these individuals were fighting U.S. forces in Iraq and Afghanistan. In other words Obama and the NATO machine has funded and armed elements of al-Qaeda. Many of those fighting against Assad and the Syrian government are not even Syrian. I'll say it again... al-Qaeda. Just a few months ago none of the intelligence "experts" would be willing to bet their life on these alleged war crimes.

I can't wait to see their "evidence".

Here is what one outspoken Syrian ex-pat has to say (and I believe her family faced poltical persecution and fled the Syrian gov't and now lives in Australia - so keep THAT in mind while listening to her):


Feel free to comb through the various posts regarding Syria here.

One more thing; How many people have died around the globe now, first due to Dubya Bush and Cheney, and now Obama??? And that wasn't enough... Obama had to have a kill list. But of course, let's not even consider war crimes here. Never mind everything they've done is built on a house of cards.

If you can't tell, I'm getting right sick of this bull shit. My goal here is to convince you of nothing other than we cannot buy what we are told through "official" channels.

-Bryan

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A police officer in (Canada) stands around having a cell phone conversation while a 62-year-old woman is being deprived of oxygen because he didn't want to get wet. She is now dead... having been deprived of oxygen for so long maybe it is for the best. I can't believe this pigs name isn't being widely circulated - this asshole should be fired and sued (him not the department) by the woman's family. Every single agency that is publicly funded needs a thorough enema... from the local police station to the White House and House.

Maybe he was just waiting on hand to make his bosses some money by giving her a ticket.

At least he didn't tase the guys trying to save her. And in case you are wondering, I don't think all cops are pigs... but it seems some of the worst individuals are attracted to the job.

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