31 Jul 2014

Russia’s Response

By : Russia is responding by raising energy costs to Europe and throwing out all US auditing and financial companies in the country. The deputies of the Duma have already brought a law on the way to be voted on. Among the affected companies, Deloitte, KPMG, Ernst & Young LLP, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, Boston Consulting Group Inc. and McKinsey & Co. The Obama Administration is perhaps the most inept regime I have ever seen. I disagreed with Bush the Cheney puppet, but these people are vicious and evil-minded both against Russia and domestically. They should have sat down behind the curtain with Putin, even though he is an old world empire dreamer. These sanctions are stupid. Will not and cannot actually cause Putin to reverse his thinking but only turn more aggressive. He cannot back down without losing face. The objective is to hurt the Russian people so that they turn against Putin. And then what? This is not a very good situation in the least. Prepare for World War III. Ironically, the Democrats are the one who start them every time.

Berlin Wall Moments of History & #womenagainstfeminism

By History is often marked by moments that sometimes seem instantly recognizable as world-changing, while others only seem significant in retrospect, gradually rising in memory until we see how big they really were. Either way, in centuries past, these were often great battles, the coronation of certain kings, the signing of certain documents. In more recent centuries, great speeches and other events were sometimes recorded and remembered as pivotal moments. In the 20th century, these became prominent newspaper and television stories.
Today I think of a few such moments. And as always happens with such great moments, none mark the end of something so much as a turning point. Events leading up to them mattered, and events that followed mattered, but these moments stood out in such a way that no one can look at them and say they did not mark a seismic shift.
Long before the 21st century, one epochal moment was the signing of the Magna Carta, which at the time seemed little but a document that a defeated King signed in a moment of desperation to keep his crown, but which historians now generally recognize as the moment when certain fundamental rights were acknowledged to belong to people whether the governing powers liked it or not. The ideas expressed in that document sparked a change in how people thought of the very idea of “rights,” first in England but slowly spreading across the world from there.

Written In Pain El Salvador Prod Dreampedal - Big C Ft J Esho

GlobalFaction: From 1980 to 1992, civil war ravaged the Central American state of El Salvador, claiming the lives of approximately 75,000 Salvadorans. This song is a reflection of those events.

I Killed 13 Palestinian Kids Today - And I'll Do It Again I Tell You Mwahahaha! Israeli Sniper + Israel Using WMDs (Weapons Of Mass Destruction) Against Gaza

An Israeli sniper has admitted to killing 13 children in the Gaza Strip in one day, as Tel Aviv continues its aerial and ground attacks in the besieged enclave.
Zionist Orwellian UK BANNED Press TV: Posting on an Instagram account, David Ovadia released a photo of himself holding a sniper rifle.
The image with his post, however, was deleted entirely by hackers from an anonymous group. The group has launched hundreds of attacks on Israeli websites over the past two years.
The move was reportedly followed by the group’s cyber attacks on Israel's Mossad and Ministry of Military Affairs.
The development comes as Tel Aviv claims that its military has been targeting Palestinian fighters from resistance group Hamas and described the growing death toll in the enclave as collateral damage.
Israel has been pounding the Gaza Strip since July 8. Israeli forces also began a ground offensive against the impoverished Palestinian land on July 17. More than 300 children have so far been killed with high tech precision.
More than 1,370 Palestinians have been killed and countless thousands of others maimed and injured by apartheid Israel’s genocidal onslaught.

America’s Kleptocro-Oligarchy - Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert with Mitch Feierstein

Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert ask “is the Fed fuelling bubbles?” An opinion piece in USAToday says, ‘no, this time it’s different (due to zero percent interest rates).’ Another opinion piece from former academic turned fund manager, John Hussman, says there IS a bubble and it’s matched only in size by the 1929 bubble.

UN Relief Agency Spokesman Bursts Into Tears Over Israeli Regime's High Tech Precision Butchery Of Palestinian Children

RT: A spokesman for the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA), which provides aid to Palestinians in Gaza, broke down in tears during a TV interview in the aftermath of Wednesday’s fatal attack by the apartheid Israeli regime on a UN-run school, used as shelter.
Twenty people were reportedly killed after a shell hit the UNRWA school in Jabalia, Gaza, where 3,300 people had been taking refuge. 
 Chris Gunness, a spokesman for the UNRWA, was unable to check himself while giving an interview to Al Jazeera Arabic the same day. The rights of Palestinians, even their children, are wholesale denied,” he official said before breaking down sobbing in front of the camera.

The “Nanny States of America” - Mother Arrested for Allowing 7-Year-Old Son Walk to Park Alone

By Michael Krieger: I remember all throughout my childhood hearing tales of how my father and his friends would run around for countless hours playing all over his Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn neighborhood. He and his friends were quite young and completely unaccompanied. His mother was busy at home, and he cherished those moments in between school and dinnertime. In fact, the many stories he told my brother and I always came with a nostalgic smile related to the memories of those fleeting, precious moments of dangerous freedom.”

Naturally, things could get dicey at times. In fact, the most popular and nearly tragic tale he used to tell had to do with this one older bully they nicknamed “Egg,” simply because his head was pointy at the top just like an egg. One late afternoon, “Egg” took hold of my dad and his friend and tied them up to a tree. Had my grandmother not gone out to find them in time, there might have been a serious problem. Nevertheless, despite this random act of tree-tying egg inspired aggression, my dad would never trade those hours of independence for anything.

BEYOND THE IRON DOME + FED GLORY HOLE - WilliamBanzai7

The That Guy T and Sargon Show +

Sargon of Akkad: 6oodfella has called in sick, so That Guy T has substituted for him. So it's all good.

Teach Women Not to Hit Men: Whoopi Goldberg Defends Stephen Smith

By Whoopi Goldberg is, once again, 100% right on this issue and we thank her for it.

Being female does not give you an excuse to put your hands on anybody, nor does it give you a right to call names, belittle, mock, dare, and otherwise be verbally abusive.
Yes, all women, please, teach girls and women not to abuse men. Or as Erin Pizzey says, “People are not for hitting.”

The Death of Love, Marriage, & Community, in Black America‏: Requiem for a Heavyweight

Love’s in need of love today.”
- Stevie Wonder

By : On July 11, I received the following email from my good friend Mr. Paul Carrick Brunson, as I’m a subscriber to his newsletter:

Hi There,
I wanted to share with you briefly my thoughts on a subject that has me impassioned.
It’s inspired by an interview I did earlier this week. I was asked to appear on Good Morning America to discuss my thoughts on the latest reality show, Married at First Sight. It’s an extreme, so-called social experiment where total strangers meet and marry blindly. The couples must then live together for a month before deciding whether they’ll stay married or get a divorce. The creators of the show claim it’s an experiment to determine which people make the best romantic partners.
Needless to say, it’s a controversial project that has many people talking. But to me, the show is just as far-fetched as it sounds. I’d even dare to say it’s dangerous.
Now, I’m all for blind dates. I think they have the potential to expand one’s network and social circle, allowing you to meet and interact with interesting people you may have never had the chance to before. If the date doesn’t work out, there’s nothing “lost.” Only experience gained.