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July 20th, 2014

Allen L Roland, Ph.D

Innocent victim of U.S. condoned and military supported Apartheid in Gaza

The U.S. condoned war zone of Gaza with omnipresent Israeli watchtower

The myth of Israel's right to Palestine as well as their illegal and brutal U.S. supported Israeli occupation of the West Bank and Gaza has finally been exposed and shattered by a Zionist Generals' son, Miko Peled ~ who reveals in his book that Israel's rabid Zionists are very similar to America's rabid neo-conservatives and that the only hope for the region depends on a bottom up American public outcry for human rights and democracy to replace the current Israel Garrison state of subjugation and apartheid.

On Wednesday, Gaza's health ministry, which keeps casualty figures, said 209 Palestinians had been killed and 1,560 were injured as the fighting continued for a ninth day. At least 39 children and 24 women were among the dead, officials said. In actuality, 80% of the killed and injured are civilians. Remember, there is no Israeli Iron Dome to protect Palestinian civilians and children ~ this is not war, it's genocide.

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Baruch de Spinoza: Excommunication from the Jewish community

July 19th, 2014

By John Waters


FLASHBACK: July 13-15 2011, New Jerusalem performed live at the Skirball Cultural Center

David Ives’ New Jerusalem stars Tony Award winner Richard Easton and Emmy winner Ed Asner.

The play follows young philosopher Baruch de Spinoza as he faces excommunication from the Jewish community for his provocative, subversive new ideas. With his special blend of cerebral language and wry humor, critically-acclaimed playwright David Ives gives Spinoza a chance to defend himself in a mock trial to the Jewish community and Dutch society.

The 'absolute philosopher', Spinoza, was a passionate advocate of rationalism, the idea that a man's intellect is superior to his senses.  Spinoza is at the center of the 17th century clash between religion and rationalism.

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Operation Bibi Rescue

July 19th, 2014

By Gilad Atzmon

The IDF launched a vast ground operation in Gaza last night. Until now, Israel has failed to articulate its military objectives. No one in Israel is willing to commit to a definition of what a victory would look like. I am afraid that the military objective is obvious: saving Netanyahu’s political career.

Prime Minister Netanyahu and his defense minister Moshe Ya’alon have no other options. The two have tried to avoid a ground operation. Like most IDF leaders, Netanyahu and Ya’alon know that the Israeli army lacks the capability to counter Gaza’s ballistic defiance. Israel lost its power of deterrence a while ago. Instead, it developed impressive technology to deal with a ballistic threat. The Israeli Iron Dome anti-missile system performed exceptionally well, however, strategically, it proved counter effective. It liberated Hamas and other organisations in Gaza to unleash their rockets arsenal against Israeli cities, putting Israel on the defence while maintaining an ethical position since no one was getting hurt.

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Disarming Hamas: Unthinkable and impossible

July 18th, 2014

By Khalid Amayreh in Occupied Palestine

With characteristic arrogance, Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu is now demanding the disarming of Hamas, the Palestinian liberation group now defending the Palestinian people against the ongoing Judeo-Nazi onslaught.

Netanyahu knows deep in his heart that disarming Hamas is impossible and unthinkable; at least as far the Palestinian people are concerned since such a measure would be tantamount to inviting Israel to massacre the Palestinians en masse and complete the liquidation of their enduring just cause.

Hence, I really don't know why this racist Nazi-like animal keeps regurgitating his arrogance. Perhaps he thinks that Hamas would budge under international pressure and agree to disarm like Bashar Assad agreed to dispose of his chemical arsenal.

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Did the Other Shoe Just Drop? Big Banks Hit with Monster $250 Billion Lawsuit in Housing Crisis

July 17th, 2014

by Ellen Brown

Wicked Witch of the East

For years, homeowners have been battling Wall Street in an attempt to recover some portion of their massive losses from the housing Ponzi scheme. But progress has been slow, as they have been outgunned and out-spent by the banking titans.

In June, however, the banks may have met their match, as some equally powerful titans strode onto the stage. Investors led by BlackRock, the world’s largest asset manager, and PIMCO, the world’s largest bond-fund manager, have sued some of the world’s largest banks for breach of fiduciary duty as trustees of their investment funds. The investors are seeking damages for losses surpassing $250 billion. That is the equivalent of one million homeowners with $250,000 in damages suing at one time. The defendants are the so-called trust banks that oversee payments and enforce terms on more than $2 trillion in residential mortgage securities. They include units of Deutsche Bank AG, U.S. Bank, Wells Fargo, Citigroup, HSBC Holdings PLC, and Bank of New York Mellon Corp. Six nearly identical complaints charge the trust banks with breach of their duty to force lenders and sponsors of the mortgage-backed securities to repurchase defective loans.

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Screams in the dark: US courts trafficking children

July 17th, 2014

“Corrupt US judges are using their courtrooms to kidnap children from innocent parents. For profit,” writes <b>Brett Redmayne-Titley</b>.

“Corrupt US judges are using their courtrooms to kidnap children from innocent parents. For profit."

By Brett Redmayne-Titley

At a court hearing on June 27, 2014, nine-year-old Lexi Dillon wants to go home to her mother, Ruby. Judge Glenn R. Salter has previously shown his contempt for Lexi’s well-being, child protection laws, required court process, and evidence in the many court hearings and his subsequent illegal rulings. All evidence proved that Ruby was a loving, caring mother; that foster care was abusing her daughter; and that the father had repeatedly abused Lexi, as proved by the Tustin, CA, Police Department.

Judge Glenn R Salter refused to allow any of Ruby’s evidence, multiple expert witnesses, or police investigators into his court to testify. He then ordered Lexi to be in the sole custody of her criminal father.

The father is the man who raped Lexi. Anally and vaginally.


Criminal courts

The ultimate horror. Corrupt US judges are using their courtrooms to kidnap children from innocent parents. For profit.

Immoral judges serve as vital tools for this disgusting example of limitless American greed and capitalism. Criminal US judges operate with immunity, disregarding laws, eliminating evidence, shattering constitutional protections, and ignoring mandatory courtroom procedures.

They should be in prison.

US courts kidnap thousands of innocent children every year, forcing them from the arms of loving parents into an on-going developmental life of child abuse, rape, child molestation, forced drug-induced sedation, behavioral modification, and long-term childhood incarceration all at the hands of employed pedophiles. Many foster care “professionals” have criminal records, yet administer “protection” to children that would normally be defined as criminal “child abuse.”

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The rising global movement that calls for #noTTIP

July 17th, 2014

Adam Parsons

TTIP is the latest bid to capture policymaking by the profit-making interests of the 1%, with dire implications for anyone who upholds a vision of a more equitable and sustainable economic order. But campaign groups and activists are working hard to expose this trade agreement for what it is, and to build an overarching global movement that can prevent this massive transfer of power to transnational corporations.

As the next round of negotiations for the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) take place in Brussels this week, civil society groups are continuing to mobilise against this ongoing free trade agreement between the U.S. and EU that poses a threat to our public services, environment, food, privacy and democracy. On Saturday, around a thousand people occupied the square in front of the European Union’s base in London, UK, and demanded an end to the trade deal that is being described by the #noTTIP coalition of activists and organisations as an unprecedented corporate power-grab.

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World of Resistance Report: Financial Institutions Fear Global Revolution

July 16th, 2014

Andrew Gavin Marshall

In Part 1 of the WoR Report, I examined Zbigniew Brzezinski’s warnings to elites around the world of the “global political awakening” of humanity. In Part 2, I looked at the relationship between inequality and social instability, and in Part 3 I examined the World Economic Forum’s warnings of growing inequality and the “lost generation” of youth who pose the greatest threat to oligarchic interests around the world. In this fourth installment in the series, we turn to reports from top banks and financial institutions warning about the growing threats to their interests posed by an increasingly disenfranchised and impoverished population – manifested in protests, strikes and social unrest.

In November of 2011, Bob Diamond, the CEO of one of the world’s largest banks, Barclays, stated in a speech: “We’ve seen violent protests in Greece, public sector strikes across Europe, [and] anti-capitalist demonstrations that started on Wall Street have spread to other places around the world.” Diamond added: “Young people have been especially hit hard by high levels of unemployment. The threat of further social unrest remains if we don’t work together to generate stronger economic growth and more jobs.”

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Genocide in Gaza and AIPAC Praises US HOUSE Representatives

July 15th, 2014

By Eileen Fleming

Palestinian mourners carry the body of five-year-old boy Abdallah Abu Ghazal
during his funeral in the northern Gaza town of Beit Lahiya on July 10, 2014 after
he was killed in an Israeli air strike.

Genocide is the deliberate killing of a large group of people, especially those of a particular ethnic group or nation.

According to the United Nations, more than 100 people have been killed and 340 Palestinian houses have been destroyed during Israel’s ‘Operation Protective Edge’ which began on 8 July 2014.

On Saturday in Gaza, Israel killed nine more people including two disabled women and remains oblivious to mounting international outrage and pressure to negotiate a ceasefire.

In Tel Aviv Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told reporters, “We are weighing all possibilities and preparing for all possibilities. No international pressure will prevent us from acting with all power.”

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We will overcome despite Israel's Nazi-like atrocities

July 14th, 2014

By Khaled Amayreh in Occupied Palestine

I know that the words of a journalist, however eloquent they may be, can't fully communicate the macabre scenes of carnage, especially when the victims are mostly children and other helpless civilians. And I wouldn't be telling the truth if I said that the scene of scattered child limbs and flesh chunks dispersed by the impact of Israeli bombs don't affect me or influence the way I think and feel.

However; for the sake of history and future generations, we journalists in the field must try to convey the ongoing atrocities, carried out by the criminal entity known as Israel against the helpless Palestinians, lest some people say "we didn't know that Israel was so evil."

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