Sunday, March 11, 2012

Arrest Angelina Jolie For War Crimes: Kony 2012

Angelia Jolie openly works for the UN and CFR pushing globalist wars under the cover of humanitarian intervention. Drunk on the blood of Iraq, Libya, Syria, Afghanistan and scores of other nations Jolie is now pushing military invasion to "help" Africa.

Prisons Rethink Isolation, Saving Money, Lives and Sanity


CHANGED ATTITUDES Christopher B. Epps, Mississippi's commissioner of corrections, said he used to believe that difficult inmates should be locked down as tightly as possible, for as long as possible. “That was the culture, and I was part of it,” he said.

PARCHMAN, Miss. — The heat was suffocating, and the inmates locked alone in cells in Unit 32, the state’s super-maximum-security prison, wiped away sweat as they lay on concrete slab beds.

Kept in solitary confinement for up to 23 hours each day, allowed out only in shackles and escorted by guards, they were restless and angry — made more so by the excrement-smeared walls, the insects, the filthy food trays and the mentally ill inmates who screamed in the night, conditions that a judge had already ruled unacceptable. So it was not really surprising when violence erupted in 2007: an inmate stabbed to death with a homemade spear that May; in June, a suicide; in July, another stabbing; in August, a prisoner killed by a member of a rival gang.
What was surprising was what happened next. Instead of tightening restrictions further, prison officials loosened them.

Euro: Neue Scheine


Die EZB und Brüssel bereiten in aller Heimlichkeit neue Euro-Scheine vor. Hintergrund: Aufgrund der zu erwartenden Inflation sind höhere Zahlen auf den Noten erforderlich. Die neuen Geldscheine bestechen außerdem durch innovatives Design und stilvolle Elemente, welche die Seriosität der Währung unterstreichen.
The EZB and Brussels prepare new euros in secret. Background: Due to the inflation which can be expected higher numbers on the notes are necessary. In addition the new cash notes captivate by innovative Design and style elements, which underline the seriousness of the currency. Source

Kurds Expect A Solution in 2012 - London Kurdish Spokesman

Mehmet works at a Kurdish Community Centre in London. He is an articulate knowledgeable spokesman and reveals some Kurdish aspirations, and different entities within the Kurds.

I put the subtitle in the video "is again Sunni" just to clarify that he was Not saying "is against Sunni"  Source

"Murder, Journalism, the Police and UK Government" + occupy London & Warhorse - Double Standards


Double Standards takes a close look at the new president of Russia, Vladimir Putin.

As the Rupert Murdoch’s case gets murkier could there be a new murder investigation? And what a horse got to do with it? 
Also talks to George Barda from occupy London about the millions fighting inequality as capitalism faces its biggest crisis in history.

These and much more are all reviewed in this edition of Double Standards with Afshin Rattansi. Source

American soldier opens fire on Afghan civilians, killing 17

The murders took place early Sunday in the district of Panjwaii in southern Kandahar province. The US soldier has been reportedly detained following the assault. 

The NATO-led International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) in Afghanistan confirmed the incident but did not disclose further details. The motive behind the deadly attack is not known yet. The Western military alliance says it will launch an investigation into the incident. 

"This is a deeply regrettable incident and we extend our thoughts and concerns to the families involved,” ISAF said in a statement."

Europe's Scariest Chart Just Got Scarier


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The last time we plotted European youth unemployment in what was dubbed "Europe's scariest chart" we were surprised to discover that when it comes to "Arab Spring inspiring" youth unemployment, Spain was actually worse off than even (now officially broke) Greece, whose young adult unemployment at the time was only just better compared to that... of the United States. Luckily, following the latest economic (yes, we laughed too) update from Greece, it is safe to say that things are back to normal, as Greek youth unemployment is officially the second one in Europe after Spain to surpass 50%. In other words, Europe's scariest chart just got even scarier.

The Fed's Manipulation Of The Market Is Driving TrimTabs' Charles Biderman "Even More Nuts Than He Already Is"


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Back in 2009 and 2010, TrimTabs Charles Biderman made waves for being the first person on prime time financial TV to tell it how it is, namely that the Fed is indirectly and directly affecting asset prices. Then he was ostracized. Now, it is not only a given that the Fed does everything in its power to hike stock prices, but is in fact welcome. Indeed, none other than Bob Pisani made point of highlighting that between central bank intervention and kicking the can down the road, the status quo has managed to restore credibility in the system. Of course, nothing could be further from the truth,

Cost of Liberation: Polygamy danger looms over Libyan women

Every day we are seeing more of the progressive laws achieved by Gadaffi being repealed. When the Libyan uprising began, many women enthusiastically took part, marching alongside men and aspiring to greater freedoms. But now they may have to pay for that liberation by losing their rights. Apparently, Libyan men now want the right of polygamy and marital rape, Source

"Milk Man" James Stewart survives torture in LA County jail


This astonishing interview between James Stewart and Mike Adams (the Health Ranger) from NaturalNews.com reveals the shocking TORTURE of a 65-year-old "milk man" in California. Details from the interview include:

* How James was subjected to severe food deprivation.

* How he was interrogated by deputies and accused of being a "sovereign," then branded with a red arm band (Nazi-style) to falsely indicate that he was a danger to the general population.

Energy-saving 'setsuden' campaign sweeps Japan after Fukushima


After decades of not bothering to switch off the lights in unoccupied rooms in their Tokyo home, Masayoshi Sakurai and his children now meticulously make sure they do.
"My wife used to badger us to switch off the lights because she was worried about high electricity bills. Now all of us have begun savingenergy, by reducing the use of air-conditioners, turning off the computer and so on," explained the corporate employee.
Sakurai is part of a growing movement in Japan, led by a media campaign called 'setsuden' (power saving in Japanese), that has begun to spread support for limiting electricity consumption. "Public support is strong for setsuden mostly because they fear power blackouts of the type caused by the disastrous Fukushima nuclear accident," says Kazuko Sato, of Soft Energy Project, a non- government organisation that lobbies for renewable energy expansion.

Australian economy and bursting housing bubble - Max interviews Steve Keen

Max interviews Steve Keen from DebtDeflation.com and talks about the Australian economy and the housing sector bubble bursting in Australia, Canada, UK and Hong Kong.