22 Nov 2013

Dallas Police Plan To Kidnap Alex Jones + Federal Agents Brutally Attack JFK Protesters

AJ: Free speech activists in Dealy Plaza and Infowars' Rob Dew overheard Dallas police discussing plans to arrest Alex Jones.

The Dark Heart of Centralized Power

By Charles Hugh Smith: This pathology is not the result of individual psychology or character; it is the result of centralized, concentrated power itself.

It's little wonder so many sociopaths end up in positions of power: power attracts the ruthless unencumbered by empathy. No wonder the phrase pathology of powerresonates: The Federal Reserve and the Pathology of Power (November 18, 2010).

There is an ontological darkness in centralized power, and it flows from the disconnect between authority, responsibility and consequence. A leader with vast centralized powers--a president, an emperor, a dictator--has the authority to send young citizens into combat in distant lands, but he does not carry an equal responsibility to ensure their lives are not lost in the vain glories of Empire. The consequences of his decisions do not fall on him; he is far from the combat and the loosed dogs of war. His concern is the domestic political squabbles of the Elites who support his centralized power.

All centralized power carries the same pathology: those with the authority are never exposed to the consequences of their authority, nor do they have any responsibility for the consequences. The president who launches an unwinnable war that chews up the nation's youth and treasure leaves office to fund-raise for his self-glorification, i.e. a presidential library.

Misandry: Femicide - Italy Reporting - The Voice of Europe

A Voice for Men: Huffnágel Pista, James Huff and Lucian Vâlsan, alongside with our guest, Michele Falcinelli, MRA from Italy, talking about the latest events in Italy, the general trend of misandry in the Italian society and the Italian laws.


copscorptitleJonathan King: time to review his case?
The Met & Newscorp: who’s feeding who?
By John Ward: When the world is crawling with badhats, the main difficulty involved in writing about them is maintaining a focus. A continuing one for me since the arrest of Stuart Hall has been the mass distraction involved in Plod arresting the famous of yesteryear in a blaze of publicity sufficient to make the Met look like addictive pyromaniacs.
Spookily, the accused all have the letters ‘BBC’ tattooed onto their cvs. Well – almost all of them: the Met arrested Max Clifford in order get at his files….but not necessarily for the reasons you might imagine.
A clearer shot of what’s really going on here is gradually developing – or at least, it is for me. Until a week ago, my view was merely that the Met has been supplying Newscorp with an endless supply of mud with which to splatter those it has plucked from the BBC ranks as examples of the broadcaster’s appalling depravity. Now I’m less sure that it’s quite that simple.
I am picking up evidence that this is a two-way traffic flow. You may think the only commonality here is the BBC, but there is another: with the exception of Max Clifford, all the defendants have at one time or another been threatened with career-ending revelations by Newscorp titles - primarily The unlamented News of the World, but also The Sun. In almost all the cases, as far as I can tell, the victims rebuffed the tabloid involved.
When people don’t want to play Murdoch’s game, they go fairly swiftly onto the naughty step….and are entered into the vindictive Digger’s little black book.

'Mission is over': Europe in shock as Ukraine kills integration plan + Putin: EU blackmailing Ukraine over halt in trade deal

RT: The EU is utterly disappointed by Ukraine’s decision to align itself closer to Russia and halt its preparations for signing a European trade and political agreement, effectively killing the country’s chances to eventually join the bloc.
Special EU envoys Aleksander Kwasniewski (L) and Pat Cox react after voting in the parliament in Kiev on November 21, 2013. (AFP Photo /Sergei Supinsky)
“This is a disappointment not just for the EU but, we believe, for the people of Ukraine,” EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton said in a statement, claiming that “the most ambitious” pact ever offered to a partner by the EU would have helped the country’s economy. 
The decree signed by Prime Minister Mykola Azarov's government on Thursday orders the “halt of the process of preparing the Association Agreement between Ukraine and the European Union.” 
The decision was taken to “ensure the national security of Ukraine” and “restore lost trade volumes with the Russian Federation” after considering the effects on trade relations with Moscow, legislators said. 
The announcement follows the Ukraine parliament's earlier refusal to pass a bill that would see jailed former Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko allowed to travel abroad for treatment  - a key EU deal condition for the summit that was scheduled in Vilnius, Lithuania, next week. 
The EU envoy at the negotiations, Polish politician Aleksander Kwasniewski confirmed that the deal would not go ahead saying the “mission is over… The accord will not be signed in Vilnius.”

JFK: A Conspiracy Theory

corbettreport: Everything you wanted to know about the JFK assassination in under 5 minutes. The Warren Commission: connecting the dots so you don't have to!

Is Rape Different?

By Freedom of speech seems to be a broadly misunderstood concept.
When you believe in freedom of speech and fight to protect it you are not just defending yourself, you are fighting for the right of other people to say things you don’t agree with. A person who supports censorship can not claim to support freedom of speech.
Freedom of speech is one of the human rights granted to citizens in progressive countries. We consider it important. As such, it was shocking to see feminists@law rallying a protest to the London School of Economics (LSE) Department of Law’s recent debate called “Is Rape Different?” It should concern academia that feminist lawyers don’t support free speech. They seem to hold myths about freedom.
The October 30th, 2013 debate was led by Helen Reece, based on an article she wrote concerning deeply flawed rape myth studies and other feminist rhetoric which currently informs the law. LSE’s event description explains the subject thus:
Rape is a heinous crime, and many people believe the conduct and outcome of rape cases insufficiently reflect this heinousness. As a result, rape complainants are treated differently; distinct rules of evidence have been developed; and measures to tackle rape myths are in place. But is all this helpful? Rape is a serious crime but is it a special crime, demanding special treatment? Do our rule of law and fairness pay a price? In this first debate in LSE Department of Law’s ‘Debating Law’ series, LSE academic Helen Reece leads a debate on whether or not rape is in this sense special.

The New 'N' Word 'NSA' and Bitcoin is Beautiful - Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert with Karl Gray and Austin Craig

Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss bitcoin barbarians at the gate as U.S. cedes dominance to China and as nations and people around the world reject U.S. made technology due to NSA spying. In the second half, Max interviews Karl Gray and Austin Craig about the documentary film, Life On Bitcoin, and about the latest in crypto-currencies, including Litecoin.


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China Announces That It Is Going To Stop Stockpiling U.S. Dollars

Money - Photo by Pen WaggenerBy Michael Snyder: China just dropped an absolute bombshell, but it was almost entirely ignored by the mainstream media in the United States.  The central bank of China has decided that it is "no longer in China’s favor to accumulate foreign-exchange reserves".  During the third quarter of 2013, China's foreign-exchange reserves were valued at approximately $3.66 trillion.  And of course the biggest chunk of that was made up of U.S. dollars.  For years, China has been accumulating dollars and working hard to keep the value of the dollar up and the value of the yuan down.  One of the goals has been to make Chinese products less expensive in the international marketplace.  But now China has announced that the time has come for it to stop stockpiling U.S. dollars.  And if that does indeed turn out to be the case, than many U.S. analysts are suggesting that China could also soon stop buying any more U.S. debt.  Needless to say, all of this would be very bad for the United States.
For years, China has been systematically propping up the value of the U.S. dollar and keeping the value of the yuan artificially low.  This has resulted in a massive flood of super cheap products from across the Pacific that U.S. consumers have been eagerly gobbling up.
For example, have you ever gone into a dollar store and wondered how anyone could possibly make a profit by making those products and selling them for just one dollar?

SilverFuturist On Bitcoins and The Government

DonCoryleone: Good conversation with The SilverFuturist on Bitcoins and the government.

Brian Banks and the Social Rapist - Honey Badger Radio

AVoiceforMen: Wanetta Gibson. That's the woman who falsely accused Brian Banks of rape in 2002. Even though there was no physical evidence to corroborate Wanetta Gibson's testimony and her story that he had dragged her, protesting, past five class rooms full of students without anyone noticing was far from plausible, Brian Banks was threatened with being tried as an adult and pressured to take a plea deal.

His plea deal got him 6 years in jail, 5 years probation and a life sentence on the sex offender registry. 

All based solely on a woman's testimony.

International Misandry Day

MrShadowfax42: Did I actually just read what I think I read? http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/...