Permalink The CIA-Controlled Neocon Washington Post

by Stephen Lendman

America's MSM mock legitimate journalism. State propaganda Big Lies substitute for real news, information and analysis on issues mattering most.

The Washington Post ranks with the worst. Its editorial policy long ago fell from grace. It openly fronts for wealth, power and privilege.

Extreme hawkishness defines its agenda. Neocons control editorial policy. Owner Jeff Bezos has CIA ties. He's bought, paid for and owned by dark forces ruling America. He got a $600 million CIA contract for much more than Amazon Web Services (AWA). He proliferates information dark forces in America want published.

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Permalink Netanyahu at AIPAC

by Stephen Lendman

His Monday bluster was a warmup for what honest observers call the most outrageous address ever by a foreign official to a joint congressional session - scheduled for Tuesday, March 3 at 11:00AM EST.

Netanyahu spurned protocol. He circumvented administration control over who gets invited to address Congress.

He's persona non grata at the White House. No welcome mat greeted him on arrival. Obama refused to see him.

Nearly five dozen House and Senate members intend boycotting his address - showing unprecedented disapproval of a foreign leader visiting Washington.

Voters should demand others explain why they intend showing up to support a cold-blooded racist mass-murderer serial liar.

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Permalink Netanyahu’s Congressional Rant

by Stephen Lendman

He last addressed a joint congressional session on May 24, 2011. At the time, Haaretz writer Gideon Levy called it a rant "filled with lies on top of lies and illusions heaped on illusions."

Netanyahu never misses an opportunity to miss an opportunity to do the wrong thing. He praised Israel's nonexistent democracy.

Critics denounced its business as usual policy. Its brutalizing occupation harshness. Wars against defenseless civilians at its discretion. Subjugating millions of Arabs ruthlessly for not being Jews.

A previous article explained why Netanyahu chose now to address Congress - a combination of political campaigning ahead of March 17 Israeli elections and a deliberate effort to sabotage Iranian P5+1 talks. One thing alone is sure. He did more to damage relations with America than any previous Israeli leader. Neocons in Washington supporting him compound it.

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Permalink Manchester Music School Surrenders to Zionist Lobby Pressure

By Gilad Atzmon

Yesterday I learned that my concert at The Royal Northern College of Music this coming Thursday had been cancelled due to Zionist pressure. I spoke with the RNCM's Marketing Director who told me that the concert was cancelled due to 'safety reasons.' It seems that the venue felt 'unable to guarantee my safety.' Given that I’m now a pretty big boy, this would be somewhat amusing except that the terrible implication is that Zionist’s violence has now made it to Britain. It took a few hours before I found out that it was the ultra- Zionist 'North West Friend Of Israel' that had put pressure on the music school.

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Permalink Abdul Fattah al-Sissi, the Eli Cohen of our time

By Khalid Amayreh in Occupied Palestine

The ruling this week by an Egyptian court, classifying the Palestinian Islamic liberation movement, Hamas, as a terrorist group, underscores the moral nadir the Egyptian regime has reached. It is also an expression of shocking ignominy as well as the moral and political bankruptcy overwhelming the present rulers of Egypt.

But, in a certain sense, the shameful act is occurring within the normal order of things. After all, the Sissi regime is an unashamedly Zionist, created by the Zionists, maintained by the Zionists and sustained by the Zionists.

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Permalink Regular coffee drinkers have 'cleaner' arteries

Drinking a few cups of coffee a day may help people avoid clogged arteries - a known risk factor for heart disease - Korean researchers believe.

Permalink Video of Israeli soldiers using dogs against Palestinian boy sparks outcry - Video

A leaked video shot in December purportedly shows IDF soldiers setting dogs on a Palestinian teenager. The Palestinian Ministry of Foreign Affairs condemned the attack, while Israel's chief military prosecutor ordered an investigation into the incident.

Permalink Bernanke Wants the U.S. President to Declare “Economic Emergencies” in Future Crises

Presidents should get the power to declare economic emergencies along the lines to declare war. It might make sense to give “the president some ability to declare emergencies or take extraordinary actions and not put that all on the Fed; former Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke.

Permalink Global Debt Is Almost 3 Times As Big As the World Economy

Global debt is now more than twice the size of the entire global economy: Total debt as a share of GDP stood at 286% in the second quarter of 2014 compared with 269% in the fourth quarter of 2007. Government debt-to-GDP ratios will to continue to rise over the next five years in a number of countries including Japan, the US and most European countries.

Permalink DEA Warns Of Stoned Rabbits If Utah Passes Medical Marijuana

Matt Fairbanks, Drug Enforcement Administration agent said rabbits could get addicted to pot, lose their natural instincts and sit around getting high all the time should a bill pass that would allow medical marijuana edibles in Utah, said he saw rabbits addicted to weed at illegal grow sites.

Permalink Portuguese jets will head to Romania for NATO mission in May

Four Portuguese F-16 fighter jets and 150 Portuguese troops and civilians will be sent to Ukraine neighbor Romania in May and June to participate in NATO aerial policing missions.

Permalink JOE BIDEN NWO SPEECH – We Have an Incredible Opportunity to Shape a New World Order - Video

Vice President Joe Biden: “The affirmative task we have now is to actually create a new world order,”said the world’s leaders must adopt a new understanding of security. “Collective security today must encompass not only the security of nations,”“but also mankind’s security in a global environment vulnerable to debilitating changes wrought by man’s own endeavors.

Permalink ‘FREAK’ flaw undermines security for Apple and Google users, researchers discover

Technology companies scrambling to fix major security flaw that for more than a decade left Apple and Google devices vulnerable to hacking when they visited millions of supposedly secure Web sites, including Whitehouse.gov, NSA.gov and FBI.gov. The flaw resulted from former U.S. government policy that forbade export of strong encryption, required weaker “export-grade” products be shipped to customers in other countries.

Permalink Obama Complains To China About Demanding Encryption Backdoors As His Administration Demands The Same Thing

Obama said he was concerned about Beijing’s plans for a far-reaching counterterrorism law that would require technology firms to hand over encryption keys, the passcodes that help protect data, and install security “backdoors” in their systems to give Chinese authorities surveillance access. US Trade Rep Michael Froman issued a statement criticizing China for doing same thing US DOJ is arguing the US should be doing.

Permalink New Bill Gives the Attorney General the Power to Block Gun Sales to ‘Suspected’ Terrorists

More than two dozen Democrats in the House and Senate and one Republican want to give U.S. attorney general power to block sale of guns and explosives to known terrorists, and anyone who is “appropriately suspected” of being a terrorist. The Denying Firearms and Explosives to Dangerous Terrorists Act was introduced this week by Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) and Rep. Peter King (R-N.Y.)

Permalink Jewish protesters in anti-Netanyahu rally outside AIPAC

Hours after Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu gave a speech at the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) conference on Monday, those who were leaving the venue for the night were greeted by dozens of chanting protesters. Some of the protesters said they were of Palestinian descent, but others were Jewish.

Permalink China Just Sided With Russia Over The Ukraine Conflict

Qu Xing, China’s ambassador to Belgium, was quoted as blaming competition between Russia and the West for the Ukraine crisis, urging Western powers to “abandon the zero-sum mentality” with Russia, said that Western powers should take into consideration Russia’s legitimate security concerns over Ukraine.

Permalink European Commission places great importance on trade and investment relations with Russia

"I place great importance on our trade and investment relationship with Russia, and it is in our mutual interest to overcome the current difficulties;" European Trade Commissioner said.
Cooperation between Russia and the European Union can be resumed only through the settlement of the conflict in Ukraine.

Permalink Ukrainian Economic Reforms are Humiliation for Populace — Putin

The Ukrainian government's economic reforms, including the six-fold hike of natural gas prices for consumers, looks like the right thing to do, but amounts to a humiliation of Ukraine's citizens; Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Permalink Russia may sanction French companies over Mistral non-delivery – media

Russia’s communications minister has reportedly called for sectoral sanctions against French-based communication companies in reply to the scuttled delivery of Mistral warships.

Permalink Spain using Social Media to Hunt for Taxes

Spain wants to collect taxes for citizens on Facebook and Twitter using what they say. Spain has its Financial Police hunt down citizens and shake them down or imprison them for money. In addition to the social networks, tax authorities are studying online platforms for sale of cars and rental houses.

Permalink IRS is Giving Tax Refunds to Illegals Who Have Never Paid Taxes

The IRS has decided that if you have a social security number you can ask for, and get, a tax refund in the form of a tax credit nicknamed the ‘Amnesty Bonus’.

Permalink Hryvnia Rallies To 1-Month Highs After Ukraine Raises Benchmark Rate To 30%

Ukraine's central bank governor, Valeriya Gontareva, raised the nation's refinancing rate from 19.5% to a stunning 30% (effective Wednesday) in order to "stabilize the situation in the money and lending markets," and imposed some 'capital controls' on exporters holding foreign cash.

Permalink UN drugs body warns US states and Uruguay over cannabis legalisation

The United Nations has renewed its warnings to Uruguay and the US states of Colorado and Washington that their cannabis legalisation policies fail to comply with the international drug treaties.

Permalink Kraft, Kellogg’s, Coca-Cola And Dozens More Continue to Lose Money

Earnings are falling, and dozens of Big Food companies’ stocks are down. One of the biggest food companies in the world, ConAgra,slashing its 2015 earnings projections. Kraft shook up top management, reported sluggish sales. Kellogg’s has seen its sales plunge over the past year.

Permalink US cannot supply weapons to Ukraine via third countries — US official

WASHINGTON, March 3. /TASS/. Washington is not allowed by the legal rules to supply weapons to any states, including Ukraine, via third countries, a high-ranking representative of the US administration said on Tuesday.


Permalink Iran still plays nuclear games with furious Israeli partisan.

Benjamin Netanyahu decided to make every effort not to let Obama sign the agreement with Iran on its nuclear program

Permalink China and Russia vs. the United States?

The rising tensions between Russia and the West, especially the United States, over Ukraine provide a constant reminder of the Cold War, when the two superpowers fought proxy conflicts for spheres of influence.

Permalink MIT States That Half of All Children May be Autistic by 2025 due to Monsanto

Dr. Stephanie Seneff senior scientist at MIT: we are facing an epidemic of autism that may result in one half of all children being affected by autism in ten years, cites Monsanto herbicide Roundup as the culprit for the escalating incidence of autism and other neurological disorders.

Permalink Safety fears after potentially deadly bacteria is accidentally released from high-security Louisiana research lab

A potentially deadly bacteria has been accidentally released from a high-security research laboratory leading to serious safety fears. The bacteria, primarily found in south-east Asia, can spread to animals and humans through direct contact with contaminated soil and water.

Permalink Google Moving to Shut Down Alternative Media by Ranking Sites on “Facts” Rather than Popularity

Google funded research team is to compute a“Knowledge-Based Trust score” for every web page, based on Google’s own “Knowledge Vault”, an automated database that determines “facts the web unanimously agrees on, web pages that provide information that contradicts or questions Google’s own established “truth”, will be bumped down the rankings.

Permalink Austria stops payments on Hypo ‘bad bank’ debts

Austria has announced it is halting payments on more than €11 billion ($12.28 billion) in debts of the failed Hypo Alpe-Adria-Bank International AG until it has found a way of winding down the bank without imposing more costs on taxpayers. Already cost Austrian taxpayers €5.5 billion.

Permalink Report from protests against Netanyahu: 'Public opinion about Israel is changing irreversibly'

Public opinion about Israel is changing irreversibly in the United States. The negative impression of Israel will grow because of Netanyahu's arrogant speech, increasingly opposed to U.S. support for Israeli aggression. This dramatic shift is also registering very profoundly among Jewish-Americans, who are increasingly outspoken in opposition to Israeli policies.

Permalink Feinstein: Netanyahu does not speak for all Jews

US Senator Dianne Feinstein, chair of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence: I think that arrogance does not befit Israel, denounced Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as an “arrogant” man who does not speak for all Jews.

Permalink Short of Willing Recruits Poroshenko Wants Military Increased to 250,000

Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has submitted a draft law enlarging the maximum size of the Ukrainian Armed Forces to 250,000 men, including 204,000 military servicemen, to the Verkhovna Rada.

Permalink Wisconsin Governor Walker, American workers and terrorism

Walker cited his experience in pushing through anti-worker legislation as proof of his fitness for the presidency. “If I could take on 100,000 protesters, I could do the same across the world,” he boasted, effectively comparing throngs of state workers and students to ISIS terrorists.

Permalink Texas Town Sees 61% Drop in Crime After Kicking Out Cops

In 2012, Sharpstown, a community of 66,000 located just southwest of Houston, declined to renew its contract with the constable’s office, essentially dismissing its cops, hired SEAL Security Solutions, a private firm, to patrol their streets, has seen a 61% decrease is crime.

Permalink Russian Retail Food Price Freeze, as Inflation Surges

Russia’s top supermarket chains are to freeze prices on basic foodstuffs for two months, soaking up the costs as food is expected to eat up half of Russians’ incomes this year.

Permalink As Greek Default Fears Return, Government Considers "Borrowing" Pensions To Repay IMF

Reuters reports the Greek government said it was "exploring solutions," including delaying payments to suppliers or try to raise up to 3 billion euros by borrowing from state entities such as pension funds.

Permalink Russia will explore ways of softening food embargo for Greece and Hungary — minister

Russia will explore ways of softening food embargo for Greece and Hungary consistent with WTO norms; minister of economic development Alexey Ulyukayev.Solutions are explored making possible for goods from these nations to enter the Russian market through processing or tolling mechanisms.

Permalink Protests over LAPD fatally shooting mentally ill homeless man Video

Video footage of Los Angeles police officers shooting dead a homeless black man, aka Africa, has triggered an avalanche of protest on social media. The man had allegedly been just recently released after spending 10 years in a psychiatric facility.

Permalink Russia Warns NATO: Any Threat In Ukraine Will See Military Response

Russia's NATO envoy, Alexander Grushko, warns Russia will take all measures against possible NATO threat in Ukraine, response may include military measures.

Permalink Afghan army takes on Taliban in first solo offensive

The Afghan army is waging its largest-ever solo offensive against the Taliban, hoping to strike a decisive blow ahead of the spring fighting season and prove it can rout the insurgents without the aid of U.S. and NATO combat troops.

Permalink International Protest Against GMO Trees Coming March 3rd

US government allowing first genetically modified tree to be legalized with zero government or public oversight, environmental risk assessments despite overwhelming public opposition. Plans to seed the entire South, with hundreds of thousands of GE trees. You can visit stopgetrees.org to learn more and take further action. You can also contact one of 313 Brazillian embassies and consulates.


Permalink German parliament endorses Syriza’s proposed austerity measures

The agreement, extending the existing austerity programme by four months, was finalised on February 20 between the Eurogroup and the newly-elected Syriza government in Athens after nearly a month of negotiations.

Permalink How Root Canals Could Spark Autoimmune Diseases

Standard root canal procedure kills the tooth by removing all the dental pulp. The dental pulp contains the blood supply, nerves, and connective tissue. Once the pulp chamber in the center of the tooth is emptied of these vital tissues, it is incapable of carrying on necessary functions.

Permalink Officer Fired After Tasing Unarmed Elderly Man in Wheelchair

A police officer in South Carolina has been fired after it was found his use of his taser on an unarmed 65-year-old man bound to a wheelchair was "inappropriate."

Permalink US moves to deport 150 Bosnians for war crimes against Muslims: Report

US immigration officials are moving to deport scores of Bosnians who fled to the United States in the 1990s, concealing their involvement in war crimes and ethnic cleansing against Muslims in the former Yugoslavia.

Permalink Venezuela imposes mandatory visas for all US citizens, bans for Bush & Cheney

“ Maduro: In order to protect our country...I have decided to implement a system of compulsory visas for all Americans entering Venezuela, We have captured some US citizens in undercover activities, espionage, trying to win over people in towns along the Venezuelan coast.

Permalink Apple To Buy Up To 30% Of The World’s Annual Gold Production?

Even if Apple’s sales of this watch – which apparently has very heavy demand in China – fall short of Apple’s business plan by 50%, it means that Apple will become one of the largest buyers of gold in the world. This will place a lot more stress on the U.S./UK/EU Governments’ absurdly overleveraged fractional paper bullion scheme.

Permalink Colorado sold 17 tons of retail marijuana in first legal year

Consumers in Colorado bought more than 17 tons of recreational marijuana buds during the first year of the state's new retail market, but sales of medicinal pot still outstripped that at almost 50 tons, officials said on Friday.


Permalink 8 Crucial Tips To Help Prevent Dementia

Dementia is the loss of mental functions like thinking, memory, and reasoning that is so severe that it interferes with a person’s daily functioning. Dementia develops when the parts of the brain that are involved in learning, memory, decision-making, and language are affected by a variety of infections or disease.


Permalink China's Submarine Fleet Now Larger than America's – US Admiral

U. S. Vice Admiral Joseph Mulloy: The Chinese Navy now has more diesel and nuclear attack submarines than America does, a US Navy admiral told lawmakers. Some of them are “fairly amazing.” “They may not be the same quality, but their submarine forces are growing at a tremendous rate. They now have more diesel and nuclear attack submarines than we have.”

Permalink ExxonMobil admits $1bn lost from anti-Russia sanctions

The contracts with Russia’s biggest oil company Rosneft damaged by the West’s anti-Russian sanctions have cost ExxonMobil $1 billion, the company said in its annual report.

Permalink Record global stock prices reflect growth of financial parasitism

This week has seen global stock prices approach record highs under conditions where the German government took the unprecedented step of issuing bonds at a negative yield. The two interrelated developments point to an explosive growth of financial parasitism. Investment has fallen to historic lows because of the lack of demand and profit opportunities.

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Permalink Buying Marijuana in North Korea Sure Sounds Easy

For all the freedoms that North Korea lacks, it has one that most Western countries don't: Apparently, you can legally buy and smoke marijuana, doesn't have restrictions, such as for medical use only. marijuana in North Korea is not very strong, bags full roughly £0.50 each. In North Korea, the drug is apparently enjoyed by the country's working class for its medicinal effects and is also seen as a way to unwind and relax. Richter writes about how, with the help of a North Korean intelligence officer, he was about to get into a food market, which locals shop at but visitors are not allowed to see.


Permalink "There's just too much money in it": the war on drugs' profitable attacks on communities of color

Over the July 4th weekend, 82 people were shot in Chicago, including a 16 year-old boy shot by police. Fourteen people were killed. In late May in Tampa Bay, Florida, police shot dead a 29 year-old man in his own home over $2 worth of pot. Acting in accordance with the insane logic of the war on drugs, that alleged drug sale led to a militaristic raid on the young man’s home, which ended in his untimely, violent death. Meanwhile, some of the nation’s most powerful companies—pharmaceutical firms that manufacture opiates like OxyContin and Vicodin—are funding efforts to prohibit the legalization of marijuana. From a must-read investigative report by The Nation’s Lee Fang: [The Community Anti-Drug Coalition of America (CADCA)] and the other groups leading the fight against relaxing marijuana laws, including the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids (formerly the Partnership for a Drug-Free America), derive a significant portion of their budget from opioid manufacturers and other pharmaceutical companies.


Permalink The Horrific Stories of CIA-Sponsored Torture That Aren’t In the Senate Report.»

Much of what we know about this practice of outsourcing torture is from the harrowing accounts of its victims and survivors who have bravely come forward to tell their stories. One of them is Ahmed Agiza, an Egyptian citizen who lived with his wife and young family in Sweden, where they were seeking refugee status. In December 2001, Ahmed and a friend were apprehended by Swedish police, who turned them over to the CIA. In what was reportedly the Bush administration's first rendition operation, Ahmed and his friend were sent to Egypt, where they were, interrogated, and mercilessly tortured.


Permalink 50 Years Later, The Tragedy of Nuclear Tests in Nevada

"Fallout on Las Vegas and vicinity following this morning's detonation was very low and without any effects on health," the newspaper explained. "On Your Guard: Reds Launch 'Scare Drive' Against U.S. Atomic Tests." The article warned: "A big Communist 'fear' campaign to force Washington to stop all American atomic hydrogen bomb tests erupted this past week." It was a popular theme among prominent commentators like syndicated columnist David Lawrence, whose wisdom appeared in the Washington Post and other leading newspapers. "The truth is," he wrote in spring 1955, "there isn't the slightest proof of any kind that the 'fallout' as a result of tests in Nevada has ever affected any human being anywhere outside the testing ground itself." By then, children and others living in downwind areas were beginning to develop leukemia. As time passed, people in affected areas suffered extraordinarily high rates of cancer and thyroid ills. Functioning in tandem, the news media and the federal government continued to deny that nuclear testing was a health hazard.


Permalink ‘Dynasty of Death’ (Part 2)

Kennedy intended to stop the Vietnam War and all future wars waged for profit by America. He intended to regain control of the American people's government and their country by cutting off the military industrial complex and Federal Reserve banking system's money supply. Kennedy launched his brilliant attack using the Constitution, which states "Congress shall have the Power to Coin Money and Regulate the Value." Kennedy stopped the Federal Reserve banking system from printing money and lending it to the government at interest by signing Executive Order 11,110 on June 4, 1963. The order called for the issuance of $4,292,893,815,000 (4.3 trillion) in United States Notes through the U.S. treasury rather than the Federal Reserve banking system. He also signed a bill backing the one and two-dollar bills with gold which added strength to the new government issued currency. Kennedy's comptroller James J. Saxon, encouraged broader investment and lending powers for banks that were not part of the Federal Reserve system. He also encouraged these non-Fed banks to deal directly with and underwrite state and local financial institutions. By taking the capital investments away from the Federal Reserve banks, Kennedy would break them up and destroy them. John Fitzgerald Kennedy, who alone had dared to stand against the military industrial complex and the Federal Reserve banking system, was murdered in Dallas, Texas at 12:30 p.m. CST on November 22, 1963, in a bloody "coup d'état". On that day America ceased to be a democracy of, by, and for the people. From that day forward the leaders of the American government have only been the willing puppets of corporations and an international banking cartel that profits from war.



Permalink National Geographic -Marijuana Cannabis Research Studies - Full HD Documentary

National Geographic Documentary

In this myth shattering, information packed documentary, learn from physicians and leading researchers about medicinal cannabis and its demonstrated effects on human health.

This game-changing movie presents the most comprehensive synopsis to date of the real science surrounding the world's most controversial plant.

Topics include: * What the consensus is from over 1500 scientific and medical trials * What conditions have been proven to benefit from medical marijuana * Marijuana and cancer, Its historical use as medicine dating back over 5300 years * Methods of delivery and their different advantages * Government sponsored studies intended to show Marijuana having negative effects that yielded the exact opposite results * Common myths about negative effects of Marijuana and what the research really says about these topics.


Permalink "Donbass under fire: Separatists"


People surviving, living, fighting in Donetsk


Permalink Is Ukraine a Proxy Western-Russia War? U.S. Weighs Arming Kiev as Violence Soars


The United Nations has raised the death toll from fighting in eastern Ukraine to more than 5,300 people since last April following the ouster of Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych one year ago this month. Another 1.5 million people have been displaced. As fighting intensifies, the Obama administration is now considering directly arming Ukrainian forces against Russian-backed rebels. Washington already supplies nonlethal military equipment to Ukraine, but top officials are reportedly leaning toward sending arms, from rifles to anti-tank weapons. The role of the U.S. and European allies in Ukraine has prompted former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev to accuse the West of dragging Russia into a new Cold War. We are joined by Stephen Cohen, professor emeritus of Russian studies and politics at New York University and Princeton University.


Permalink 'Tiny audience’: Victoria Nuland downplays RT's threat to US media, rejects proposal to ban channel

There's no need to shut down RT in the US – that's the message coming from Victoria Nuland, assistant secretary at the US State Department. RT's Gayane Chichakyan reports. READ MORE: http://on.rt.com/f5ta9l

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