3 Jun 2013

Jolly Good: Alex Jones Arrives In London - Is There an Alex Jones Shaped Hole on UK Media? + Bilderberg 'Watford' Agenda Revealed + Transhumanist Death Cult + +

The Best Kept Secrets of The Dollar

StormCloudsGathering: Some things only make sense when you connect the dots. Source

US Supreme Court approves warrantless DNA sampling, likens it to fingerprinting and photographing

By Madison Ruppert: Law enforcement can now force suspects arrested for serious crimes to give samples of their DNA without a warrant, the Supreme Court ruled 5-4 on Monday.
This is surely going to be a controversial decision, as their ruling siding with Monsanto over patents on “self-replicating technology” in May was.
Both law enforcement officials and privacy groups were keeping a close eye on the Court’s decision in this case because at least 27 states, along with the federal government, currently have regulations requiring suspects to give DNA samples when arrested for allegedly committing certain crimes, regardless of conviction.
In the states that have these laws, the DNA samples harvested from suspects are then cataloged in state and federal databases, again without conviction.
While DNA evidence is obviously a good thing, especially when it exonerates innocent men, the problem is some states have refused to allow DNA tests when they could prove men sentenced to death to be innocent.
Will this ruling change that disturbing practice? Probably not. This ruling seems to be more about harvesting DNA than exonerating inmates.

Killing of a British soldier in London + Anti-Muslim Incidents and Islamophobia

UK Police State Banned - Press TV: Malcolm X memorably described the JFK assassination as America's chickens coming home to roost. Now some British chickens have come home to roost in Woolwich.

New Physics Complications Lend Support to Multiverse Hypothesis - Is Nature Unnatural?

Decades of confounding experiments have physicists considering a startling possibility: The universe might not make sense.
Is the universe natural or do we live in an atypical bubble in a multiverse? Recent results at the Large Hadron Collider have forced many physicists to confront the latter possibility. (Illustration: Giovanni Villadoro)By Natalie Wolchover: On an overcast afternoon in late April, physics professors and students crowded into a wood-paneled lecture hall at Columbia University for a talk by Nima Arkani-Hamed, a high-profile theorist visiting from the Institute for Advanced Study in nearby Princeton, N.J. With his dark, shoulder-length hair shoved behind his ears, Arkani-Hamed laid out the dual, seemingly contradictory implications of recent experimental results at the Large Hadron Collider in Europe.
“The universe is inevitable,” he declared. “The universe is impossible.”
The spectacular discovery of the Higgs boson in July 2012 confirmed a nearly 50-year-old theory of how elementary particles acquire mass, which enables them to form big structures such as galaxies and humans. “The fact that it was seen more or less where we expected to find it is a triumph for experiment, it’s a triumph for theory, and it’s an indication that physics works,” Arkani-Hamed told the crowd.
However, in order for the Higgs boson to make sense with the mass (or equivalent energy) it was determined to have, the LHC needed to find a swarm of other particles, too. None turned up.

CELENTE: The Obituary For Democracy

SGTbull07: Gerald Celente joins me for an in-depth discussion about Battlefield America. Gerald reminds us that in this endless 'WAR on terror' we're not at "war" at all because the real terrorists are the US, NATO, the UK and the other "allies" who attack sovereign nations time and time again. We cover everything from Benghazi to Boston in this one, so this two-part conversation is one not to be missed.

Lobbying scandal David Cameron Lord Chadlington privatisation + Wet Wipes Special - BBC Sucks O Cocks News

The artist taxi driver "Erdogan, you and the hairy goat legged fucker are a menace to society!"

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Jobless Steve Keen

Now the worlds most famous unemployed economist - Since the university of western Sidney recently shut his department down.
talkingsticktv: Interview with Steve Keen author of "Debunking Economics: The Naked Emperor Dethroned?" and the blog http://www.debtdeflation.com/blogs Source

Why Didn't the SEC Catch Madoff? It Might Have Been Policy Not To

By Matt Taibbi: More and more embarrassing stories of keep leaking out of the SEC, which is beginning to look somehow worse than corrupt – it's hard to find the right language exactly, but "aggressively clueless" comes pretty close to summing up the atmosphere that seems to be ruling the country's top financial gendarmes.  
The most recent contribution to the broadening canvas of dysfunction and incompetence surrounding the SEC is a whistleblower complaint filed by 56-year-old Kathleen Furey, a senior lawyer who worked in the New York Regional Office (NYRO), the agency outpost with direct jurisdiction over Wall Street.
Furey's complaint is full of startling revelations about the SEC, but the most amazing of them is that Furey and the other 20-odd lawyers who worked in her unit at the NYRO were actually barred by a superior from bringing cases under two of the four main securities laws governing Wall Street, the Investment Advisors Act of 1940 and the Investment Company Act of 1940.

Riots in Istanbul: Gladio strikes again

By Richard Cotrell: Is Turkey next for the CIA’s spring cleaning?   It certainly looks that way, from all the clues surrounding the huge riots that have developed seemingly overnight in Istanbul and other large cities.
Ostensibly the trouble began over the plans by the Istanbul municipality to redevelop part of Gezi Park close to Taksim (Constitution) Square, situated in the heart of the country’s largest city. Suddenly – and suspiciously – numbers or protestors swelled dramatically and the police, never renowned for their lightness of touch, moved in with full-scale anti-riot tactics.
In the subsequent violence the situation turned from an ecological ‘occupy’ sort of protest to a rolling stone with all the indications of the popular demonstrations which appeared in not dissimilar circumstances in Egypt, Tunisia and Tripoli.
Each demonstration of the popular pro-democracy will ended with the removal of the existing authoritiesLibya’s leader, Colonel Gadaffi, was murdered. Turkey’s Erdo─čan has already called the protesters “marauders.”