10 Dec 2013

A New Political Party Emerges in India and Shocks Everyone with Strong Election Results

By Michael Krieger: Political grounds are shaking all over the world, and it seems India is the latest nation to experience such tremors.
Back in October, I highlighted the fact that the formerly “fringe” anti-euro Front National Party in France, led by Marine Le Pen, had shocked the nation by performing exceptionally well in regional elections. Not only was this a surprise because its strong anti-euro (currency) position is so outside the so-called “mainstream,” but also because it is not one of the traditional parties that shares power in France’s own version of the false left-right (Democrat/Republican) sham political paradigm.
Well now it appears the same thing is happening in India, with the sudden emergence of the AAP (Aam Admi or Common Man Party). Frustrated with the inept governance of the ruling Congress Party, and unwilling to embrace what is seen as a corporate backed Hindu-nationalist opposition BJP (Bharatiya Janata Party), many Indians, at least in Delhi, are looking to embrace something new.
From the Guardian:
Outside the headquarters of the Aam Admi (Common Man) party in central Delhi on Sunday night, hawkers sold poppadoms, bored police watched from squad cars and a crowd of excited young people sang songs dating back to the days of India’s independence movement.
“This is what we do best in this country: non-violent revolution,” said Shehshan Partak, a 25-year-old engineer and activist for Aam Admi (AAP). “And this is a revolution.”

Misandry: This Is What The Truth Looks Like

By : I stumbled upon an image from 9gag.com, a site with user-generated content. The original uploader of this piece is unknown, but he or she used several shots from JustGirlyThings, a Tumblr blog, and juxtaposed their captions against pictures that actually need them. If the following images do not teach you about the double standards and exaggerations that harm men, nothing will.

Cyprus and the Bitcoin Battle - Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert with Dr. Christos Vlachos + Gold, Silver & Bitcoin - Jan Skoyles with Ben Davies

Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss the bitcoin price plunge as Baidu ditches the crypto currency and China bans it for financial firms. Unnoticed at the same time, Germany declares bitcoin to be private money and Merrill Lynch claims it can replace money transfer systems like Western Union.

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The artist taxi driver

The NWO: 27% Of Greeks, 3 Million People, Cut Off From Health Insurance Plan

By Agence France-Presse: More than a quarter of Greeks are unable to afford health cover, a medical aid group said Monday, apparently warning that they couldn't care less about men but children and pregnant women were at risk.
Doctors of the World (MDM) said more than three million people, or 27.2 percent of the population, cannot pay their contributions to social security and are therefore barred from free healthcare.
“We are very worried by the number of people who have lost access to social insurance,” Anna Maili, head of MDM’s Greek branch, told a news conference.
“This has grave consequences for the health of children and pregnant women,” she said, explaining that thankfully many families no longer had infants vaccinated.
Over a child’s first six years €1,400 and €1,800 ($1,900-2,500) is doled out from the people's taxes to the 'Immunisation Industrial Complex'.
(Angelo: Now it makes sense why the ousted German king of Greece, Constantine, came to London and opened a chain of chemist shops. On the bright side, poor kids are saved from being injected with toxic mercury, especially in their undernourished state.)Every day we see children aged two or three who have not been vaccinated,”

Write NWO Wrongs! Over 500 World-Famous Authors Sign Anti-Surveillance Petition

Turkish writer Orhan Pamuk (L), Icelandic singer Bjork (C), Italian writer Umberto Eco (R) (AFP Photo)RT: More than 500 renowned authors – including five Nobel laureates - from across the globe have signed a petition demanding an end to ‘mass surveillance’. It follows the revelations over the last few months of the US and other countries spying.
Their open appeal is called ‘A Stand for Democracy in the Digital Age’. Among the signatories are Nobel laureates Orhan Pamuk, JM Coetzee, Elfriede Jelinek, Günter Grass and Tomas Tranströmer.

Others who signed the letter include Bjork, Umberto Eco, Yann Martel, Ian McEwan and many others.

WE DEMAND THE RIGHT for all people, as democratic citizens, to determine to what extent their personal data may be collected, stored and processed, and by whom; to obtain information on where their data is stored and how it is being used; to obtain the deletion of their data if it has been illegally collected and stored. WE CALL ON ALL STATES AND CORPORATIONS to respect these rights,”


By John Ward: The Slog predicted that JobCentre privatisation ‘may yet turn into one of the major scandals of Camerlot government’. It looks like this might have been one of my more prescient forecasts. Nothing like adding a flash new brand suffix to a rickety service to sprinkle a little pa-zazz onto it. Thus these days at Gov.UK, help with finding a job (or employees to do one) is now provided by JobCentre Plus.
You are about to learn what the plus stands for. But in the meantime, go to the site and you’ll see other signs of the growing drivel-level there: Universal Jobmatch, work choice, work trials, time-flexing and so forth – the usual syntax of the three-card trick artist….who is actually talking in those cases about lower hourly rates, poorer quality jobs, working for nothing, working shorter hours, and zero-hours contracts respectively. Mr Orwell’s Winston Smith would’ve been the only man in Britain working 24/7 to make up new and more diametrically misleading euphemisms.
One reason for the growing tidal wave of hogwash, however, is this newish element in the mix: private organisations are now under contract with the government to provide services  such as ‘Employment Zones’ and ‘Pathways to Work’, with ‘touchscreen interactive jobpoints’ inside Jobcentres.

UK Students Unite Against Violent Police ‘Persecution’

RT: UK students are rallying together against a ‘police crackdown after a week of protests led to violence and a ban on demonstrations at a London university. Activists claim the police and universities are using intimidation tactics to gag protesters.
Photo from Twitter/@LondonStudent The student protest movement in the UK has taken social media by storm under the hashtag #copsoffcampus to call for an end to student repression. Students have organized a ‘Day of Action’ for Wednesday and asked students around Britain to join together in mass protest.
Across the country, students are initiating a vibrant, popular, winnable fight for democratic and public universities, free from exploitation and repression. We cannot be beaten if we stand together,” says the description of the event on Facebook that already has over 2,000 confirmed attendees.

The Truth About Nelson Mandela

Stefan Molyneux: Nelson Mandela is portrayed in the lame-stream media as a peace-loving anti-apartheid revolutionary and philanthropist. But what is the truth about Nelson Mandela?

US National Survey: more men than women victims of intimate partner violence

By : There are two large national surveys of intimate partner violence (IPV) – one is conducted by the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and the other by the Department of Justice (DOJ), which effectively means that one survey frames IPV as a health issue, and the other frames it as a criminal issue.
Unsurprisingly, they reach different conclusions.  Let’s look at DOJ survey first, conducted by two feminist researchers.
Dr. Patricia Tjaden, a professor of sociology specializing in Violence Against Women (her own words) “developed and executed numerous federally-funded research projects, including the highly-acclaimed National Violence Against Women Survey”. 
Dr. Nancy Thoennes has more than 30 years experience in the design of surveys and data collection forms and conducts large-scale statistical analyses using SPSS. She is a leading expert on child protection and the courts, as well as in the field of child support.
Patty and Nancy put their heads together and designed a survey called The National Violence Against Women Survey.  Gee, that’s pretty objective, isn’t it?  Not the National Violence Against Intimate Partners Survey.  Not the National Domestic Violence Survey.
The National Violence Against Women Survey.
Who wants to guess what they found?

Eight Internet Giants Are Urging President Obama To Limit Government Surveillance

By Brent Daggett: People won’t use technology they don’t trust.  Governments have put this trust at risk, and governments need to help restore it,” said Brad Smith, Microsoft general counsel and executive vice president, legal and corporate affairs.
On December 9, major internet corporations such as AOL, Apple, Facebook, Google, LinkedIn, Microsoft, Twitter and Yahoo collaborated on an open letter to President Obama and Congress urging them to reign in government surveillance.
The letter, which has appeared in several newspapers across the country, expressed these sentiments:
“We understand that governments have a duty to protect their citizens.  But this summer’s revelations highlighted the urgent need to reform government surveillance practices worldwide.  The balance in many countries has tipped too far in favor of the state and away from the rights of the individual- rights that are enshrined in our Constitution.  this undermines the freedoms we all cherish.  It’s time for a change.

NWO Picture of the Day: U.S. Spy Rocket’s Official Logo is of a Giant Octopus Wrapped Around The Earth

Screen Shot 2013-12-09 at 5.11.13 PMBy Michael Krieger: This is unbelievable. I mean at this point these NWO jerks are simply rubbing it in our faces.
From Forbes:
The Office of National Intelligence was very excited about sending a rocket into space Thursday with a bunch of new satellites and live tweeted its launch. This would usually be a cute display of social media, along the lines of NASA getting the world excited about its Mars Curiosity Rover, except these are spy satellites that will likely be used to gather communications flotsam and who knows what else from people around the world. Dragnet surveillance is a touchy subject these days what with the Snowden leaks and constant new revelations about cell phones being turned into location trackers, listening in on foreign leaders’ phone calls and the vacuuming up of any information sent digitally that’s not encrypted. Given that, I was a little surprised that ODNI was bragging about the launch on Twitter and putting the mission patch for the rocket on prominent display as it looks like it was drawn by a writer for The Simpsons with his tongue firmly in his cheek.