Wednesday, October 10, 2012

War Crimes in Bani Walid 10 Oct - Military Explained + Bani Walid Council Member Explains - Historical & Foreign Players Make the conflict

By : With the Misrata militia 40 Kilometers away - their firing is pretty inaccurate - and the ability to hit them - when you cannot even see them is difficult - if not impossible. The last 30 seconds of the video has graphic images.

The man who changed Iceland - the message for Greece.

By : The man who forced the government of Iceland to resign and kicked out the IMF representatives from his country, Hordur Torfarson, is now teaching meta-modern democracy throughout Europe.The rest of the world would benefit from following the example set by Iceland: Arresting the corrupt bankers who are responsible for the current economic turmoil.

Lindsey Williams: The Final Countdown

Alex talks with pastor Lindsey Williams who has tracked the machinations of the elite as they choreograph the destruction of national economies and the sovereignty of nations. Williams is the author if The Energy Non-Crisis. Source

Uncle Sam Prepares To Unleash Up To 30,000 Drones Over America For "Public Safety"

The Federal Aviation Administration is working towards putting the finishing touches on rules and regulations for widespread domestic drone use, and the agency expects as many as 30,000 UAVs will be in America’s airspace by the decade’s end. As Russia Today notes, given that the department has already addressed the issue of acquiring drones to give the DHS a better eye of domestic doings, though, those law enforcement operations in question could very well transcend away from legitimate uses and quickly cause civil liberty concerns from coast-to-coast. All drones will be equipped with Electro-Optical/Infra-Red sensors, as well as the technology to sniff out certain chemicals from thousands of feet above our heads. Have no fear though, since the "Robotic Aircraft for Public Safety" program is for your own protection, we are sure Janet Napolitano would suggest.

How to Survive Biological, Nuclear FALLOUT

666: Texas schools punish students who refuse to be tracked with microchips

A school district in Texas came under fire earlier this year when it announced that it would require students to wear microchip-embedded ID cards at all times. Now, students who refuse to be monitored say they are feeling the repercussions.
Since October 1, students at John Jay High School and Anson Jones Middle School in San Antonio, Texas, have been asked to attend class with photo ID cards equipped with radio-frequency identification (RFID) chips to track every pupil’s location. Educators insist that the endeavor is being rolled out in Texas to stem the rampant truancy devastating the school's funding. If the program is judged successful, the RFID chips could soon come to 112 schools in all and affect nearly 100,000 students.
Students who refuse to walk the school halls with the card in their pocket or around their neck claim they are being tormented by instructors, and are barred from participating in certain school functions. Some also said they were turned away from common areas like cafeterias and libraries.
Andrea Hernandez, a sophomore at John Jay, said educators have ignored her pleas to respect her privacy and told her she cannot participate in school elections if she refuses to comply with the tracking program.
Hernandez said in an interview with Salon that subjecting herself to constant monitoring through an RFID chip is like being branded with the mark of the beast – a reference to the Bible's apocalyptic Book of Revelations. When she reached out to WND with the school’s response, though, she said that she was threatened with not being allowed to vote for her school's homecoming king and queen for disobeying the student ID rule.

QVC Host Passes Out On-Air, Co-Host Continues To Sell Product!!!


Merkel Hides Behind The Troika Report, The Greeks Seethe, And The Drachma Advances

By Wolf Richter: The hoopla in the media about German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s 6-hour stay in Greece, and the Greeks’ visceral reaction to her, made it look as if her visit actually meant something—that it would change the world for the better, would tweak it in some manner, or at least would reveal a promise to keep Greece in the Eurozone. Every minute was examined at under the microscope. “The Germans,” it was noted, for example, as the plane landed at 1:20 p.m., “arrived ten minutes early.”
So when an acquaintance of mine, who lives in Southern Greece, had dinner with one of his relatives, a ranking official at the Bank of Greece, the discussion inevitably came around to the Troika—the bailout and austerity gang from the EU, the ECB, and the IMF—and how Greece should send them packing. “Of course,” the central banker said, “it would help considerably if we actually had a functioning government these past 182 years.”
Athens was prepared for her. Both sides. Police had designated a “red zone” where demonstrating and loitering were prohibited. The Parliament, the prime minister’s mansion, and the presidential mansion were sealed off. Some metro stations were closed, some buses and trolleys were pulled out of service. Water cannons, 7,000 police in riot gear, crowd-control fences... it was all there.
As were 80,000 protesters—or 60,000—who’d been seething for days. It wasn’t just Merkel’s presence on their soil, but also the restrictions on their constitutional right of assembly. “FRAU MERKEL GET OUT,” a poster read. A group of school kids were taken into custody. Tear gas was used. Protestors were trying to tear down crowd-control fences. A melee broke out. Rocks flew. A Nazi flag was burned. But... Strange thing about Greek demos is that they are part political protest, part village fete, small of meat on the BBQ everywhere,”

Supreme Court refuses to review lawsuit challenging NSA warrantless eavesdropping program

By Madison Ruppert: The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) and their attempts to hold the National Security Agency (NSA) accountable for their massive warrantless wiretapping program have finally been shut down by the Supreme Court for good.
This is especially troubling since we now can never know the true nature of the relationship between Google and the NSA, the Obama administration continues to defend their supposed right to conduct warrantless surveillance on the American people, the NSA continues to expand their facilities like never before and warrantless wiretaps have become disturbingly common.
Without actually commenting on the facts of the case, the Supreme Court refused to review the December decision of a lower court which dismissed the EFF’s suit challenging the NSA wiretapping program.
The heart of the lawsuit is the 2008 legislation which retroactively declared all that all telecommunications companies cannot be sued for their cooperation with the U.S. government in their warrantless eavesdropping program instituted in the wake of the tragic events of September 11, 2001 by the Bush administration.
Bush signed the legislation in 2008 and the EFF quickly appealed after a federal judge in San Francisco initially dismissed their case.
“Among other things, the EFF claimed the legislation, which granted the president the discretion to invoke immunity, was an illegal abuse of power,” writes David Kravets for Threat Level.

The Unstimulus - azizonomics

By Aziz: If your predictions are wildly out-of-whack with reality, you need to change your approach.
Here’s a 2009 Obama administration graph authored by Jared Bernstein and Christy Romer showing their calculations for future unemployment levels with and without the Obama stimulus, updated by James Pethikoukis to show the actual figures:


These predictions have been an unmitigated disaster. Not only did the real figures not match up to the advertised ones, but they are also much worse than the baseline expectations. Romer and Bernstein appear to have both severely under-estimated the depth of the crisis, and over-estimated the effectiveness of the stimulus package.

Bani Walid Resident over 20 Grad Rockets Fired Today - Telephone report + Video From Inside Bani Walid Hospital

By : From 40 kilometers away these rockets are pretty inaccurate - no one was hurt - but in a distant part of bani walid - ALMrdom the area was ransacked and people had their possessions stolen by the Misrata controlled militia.