26 May 2013

The Far Right EDL March To The Woolwich Incident

Morris: About a 1,000 people march under the banner of the EDL (English Defense League) to the place where the alleged killing happened. Source

Apartheid Israel bulldozing Palestinian land for a settler road!

UK Banned Press TV: The Israeli Authorities began bulldozing dozens of acres of Palestinian land in the North of Jerusalem al Quds in order to build a settlement through road. The Israeli army stormed the Palestinian village of Shuafat, without warning and seized the land.

Solar Outbursts Could Destroy Civilization - Space News

ThunderboltsProject: Thunderbolts colleague Michael Armstrong, discusses the potential threat a powerful solar storm might pose to modern civilization. A frightening historical precedent for such a potential disaster can be found in the Carrington event of 1859. Source

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More Patriarchy Malarkey From The Toronto Feminist Fight Club

WeisApple: Cuz nothing furthers the cause of equality like acting criminally insane. When you behave like this, even IF you're right, you're always going to be wrong. Source

Do The Math

Grant Williams: My recent presentation to the 66th Annual CFA Conference in Singapore in which I discuss the disconnect between financial markets and mathematical reality. Source

Bitcoin vs Gold & Silver - Mike Maloney & Chris Martenson

whygoldandsilver: Dr. Chris Martenson and Mike Maloney take some time to discuss Bitcoin, precious metals and the future monetary system.

Now The Gibson Guitar Raids Make Sense

US IRS Scandal: The inexplicable raid nearly two years ago on a guitar maker for using allegedly illegal wood that its competitors also used was another targeting by this administration of its political enemies.
On Aug. 24, 2011, federal agents executed four search warrants on Gibson Guitar Corp. facilities in Nashville and Memphis, Tenn., and seized several pallets of wood, electronic files and guitars. One of the top makers of acoustic and electric guitars, including the iconic Les Paul introduced in 1952, Gibson was accused of using wood illegally obtained in violation of the century-old Lacey Act, which outlaws trafficking in flora and fauna the harvesting of which had broken foreign laws.
In one raid, the feds hauled away ebony fingerboards, alleging they violated Madagascar law. Gibson responded by obtaining the sworn word of the African island's government that no law had been broken.
In another raid, the feds found materials imported from India, claiming they too moved across the globe in violation of Indian law. Gibson's response was that the feds had simply misinterpreted Indian law.
Interestingly, one of Gibson's leading competitors is C.F. Martin & Co. According to C.F. Martin's catalog, several of their guitars contain "East Indian Rosewood," which is the exact same wood in at least 10 of Gibson's guitars. So why were they not also raided and their inventory of foreign wood seized?
Grossly underreported at the time was the fact that Gibson's chief executive, Henry Juszkiewicz, contributed to Republican politicians. Recent donations have included $2,000 to Rep. Marsha Blackburn, R-Tenn., and $1,500 to Sen. Lamar Alexander, R-Tenn.
By contrast, Chris Martin IV, the Martin & Co. CEO, is a long-time Democratic supporter, with $35,400 in contributions to Democratic candidates and the Democratic National Committee over the past couple of election cycles.
"We feel that Gibson was inappropriately targeted,"

Ocean of corruption in Spain

Press TV: A senior Spanish judge says he will launch a second investigation into corruption allegations against the ruling People's Party (PP). High Court Examining Magistrate Pablo Ruz said in a ruling that he would launch the probe into allegations that the former PP treasurer, Luis Barcenas, held a secret record of illegal cash donations that were channeled to Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy and other members of the party.

Obama Expands Militarization of Police

TheRealNews: Among items transferred to local law enforcement agencies have been assault rifles and grenade launchers, even Blackhawk helicopters and .50 caliber machine guns ; In fiscal year 2011 alone, the Pentagon transferred almost $500 million worth of materials to domestic law enforcement -- near double the previous year's total. Source

British intelligence repeatedly tried to recruit London attacker

By Madison Ruppert: Before Michael Adebolajo was filmed with blood-soaked hands wielding knives after allegedly beheading British soldier Lee Rigby in South East London, British intelligence agents attempted to recruit him according to a friend.
Abedolajo, a 28-year-old British national of Nigerian descent, was identified by friends, acquaintances and British media as the man seen in the video of the aftermath of the Woolwich murder.
The BBC reported that Adebolajo and 22-year-old Michael Adebowale were both known to MI5 for eight years, citing anonymous Whitehall sources.
According to the New York Times, Adebowale was born in Nigeria and immigrated to the UK as a child. Adebolajo was born in Britain to a Christian family that moved from Nigeria. Adebolajo reportedly converted to Islam after the attacks on September 11, 2001.
MI5 attempted to recruit Adebolajo
According to Adebolajo’s friend Abu Nusaybah, MI5 agents attempted to recruit Adebolajo six months ago.
Interestingly, Nusaybah was arrested immediately after he made the statements to the BBC in an interview.