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06 Jul 02:17

Magnetic Storm, Red Pluto :: S0 News July 5, 2015 - YouTube

Magnetic Storm, Red Pluto :: S0 News July 5, 2015 - YouTube

Prominent Rabbi Declares Something Happening In September! Islamists Prepare For Mahdi! Warning Sign

A leading authority in Ultra-Orthodox Judaism, Rabbi Chaim Kanievsky, has been sending concise messages to his people the Jews urging them to make their journey to Israel in order to harken the coming of the "messiah". When asked about the timing he proclaimed, "At the end of the Sabbatical year," which would put us in September 2015.

Saudi Arabia registeres 6 MERS cases in a week

Saudi Health Ministry announced on Sunday the registration of six new Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) corona virus cases in a week from June 28 to July 4, Xinhua reported.The new cases brought the total cases to 1,045, including 460 deaths. Saudi Arabia has adopted tough prevention and treatment measures with 55.3 percent recovery rate.The six new cases were reported in Riyadh and Damam, as 644 samples were tested at the ministry's labs in last week.

Greece's 'No' votes sends us to new territory, Peter Tchir says - Business Insider

So what happens next?In a note to clients on Sunday afternoon, Brean Capital strategist Peter Tchir writes simply: "We are entering new territory here."The future for the euro, Greece, and what happens in the next day, week, month, year is all up in the air now. No one really knows. Tchir writes:So what comes next?I don't really know. I have read about 10 different reports, laying out something like 35 different scenarios, and most seem unlikely at best, will take time to play out in any case, how markets will react to any given one seems difficult to estimate as well.In a post on Sunday, Allianz's Mohammed El-Erian wrote that we are likely to see markets sell off on Sunday night and Monday as a result of the Greek vote. But this market reaction would just be more or less a rehash of what we saw last Sunday and Monday after the surprising announcement 9 days ago that there would be a referendum. businessinsider %28Business Insider%29   

Thousands celebrate Greece's 'No' vote despite uncertainty ahead :: Reuters

Having squarely rejected the terms of new financial aid for their cash-strapped country, Greece wakes up to an uncertain future on Monday.But on Sunday night, thousands rejoiced at the outcome of a referendum that they said slapped down the architects of a five-year austerity drive that has ravaged the economy of this southern European nation.In a result that was more definitive than polls had predicted, 61 percent of voters rejected creditors' demands for Greek tax hikes and pension cuts.At Syntagma square in central Athens, several thousand people waved "No" banners and chanted, "they will never win," as the results of the referendum trickled in. Families wrapped themselves in the Greek flag and danced to traditional tunes, while others set off fireworks above the square's blue-tinted fountain.



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06 Jul 00:30

Greece's 'No' votes sends us to new territory, Peter Tchir says - Business Insider

06 Jul 00:30

Saudi Arabia registeres 6 MERS cases in a week

05 Jul 01:31

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Climate Change versus the Dangers of Nuclear War. "Three Minutes to Midnight" :: Global Re

Climate change and nuclear war are now presented side by side in the BAS' doomsday clock. Nuclear war is no longer the main threat.    IT IS 3 MINUTES TO MIDNIGHT    2015: "Unchecked climate change, global nuclear weapons modernizations, and outsized nuclear weapons arsenals pose extraordinary and undeniable threats to the continued existence of humanity, and world leaders have failed to act with the speed or on the scale required to protect citizens from potential catastrophe. These failures of political leadership endanger every person on Earth." Despite some modestly positive developments in the climate change arena, current efforts are entirely insufficient to prevent a catastrophic warming of Earth. Meanwhile, the United States and Russia have embarked on massive programs to modernize their nuclear triads-thereby undermining existing nuclear weapons treaties. "The clock ticks now at just three minutes to midnight because international leaders are failing to perform their most important duty-ensuring and preserving the health and vitality of human civilization."    Source: 

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22 Jun 22:00

Re: All our times have come - 57000 men and woman every day

Re: All our times have come - 57000 men and woman every day

All our times have come - 57000 men and woman every day

FAILURE to act on climate change could cause an estimated 57,000 deaths in the United States from poor air quality by 2100, the Obama administration has argued in a new report that warns of dire effects of global warming.MONDAY'S report underscores the costs of inaction on climate change as well as the benefits from taking action now.The report comes as Republicans in Congress seek to undo the administration's environmental policies, including an expected plan by the Environmental Protection Agency to target coal-fired power plants, and days after Pope Francis issued a stern warning about global warming's consequences, especially for the poor and under-developed nations.The White House report is part of a week-long effort to emphasize climate change to mark the two-year anniversary of a "climate action plan" announced by President Barack Obama.

G4-Severe geomagnetic storm in progress

Three Coronal Mass Ejections (CMEs) produced on June 18, 19 and 21 have now all arrived at our planet and their combined effects caused G4-Strong geomagnetic storm on June 22, 2015. Two of the three CMEs were produced by Region 2371, one of the biggest regions of the current solar cycle, which is currently directly facing Earth. This region has 'beta-gamma-delta' magnetic configuration and is capable of producing more strong to major eruptions on Sun. Due to its location, CMEs this region could produce over the coming days would most likely be Earth-directed. Full-halo CME produced by a long duration M3.0 solar flare which erupted at 17:35 UTC on June 18 hit our planet at 16:50 UTC on June 21. It was a glancing blow followed by the arrival of partial-halo CME (produced by filament eruption in the SSE quadrant early June 19) at 05:45 UTC on June 22. adorraeli%2FtsEq %28The Watchers - watching the world evolve and transform%29   

Greece offers new plan to avert default, creditors see some hope > - Strate

Leaders of the 19 nations that share the euro arrived for an emergency evening summit in Brussels voicing guarded optimism that the Greek proposals, including higher taxes and moves to curtail early retirement, could lead to a deal this week.Cash-starved Greece must repay the International Monetary Fund 1.6 billion euros by June 30 or be declared in default, potentially triggering a bank run and capital controls.

Islamic State 'hang' two children for not fasting during Ramadan in Syria - Telegraph

The two boys were hung outside an office belonging to the extremists' feared religious police. It was not clear whether they were of adolescent age and therefore expected to fast  More: 

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13 Jun 05:01

China urges U.S. to reduce military activities in S. China Sea

China urges U.S. to reduce military activities in S. China Sea

China on Thursday urged the U.S. military to reduce its naval and air activities in the South China Sea while sticking to its stand of not taking sides on the territorial disputes there, in order to maintain peace and stability in the region.

CDC warns U.S. doctors: Be on the lookout for MERS - CBS News

Doctors in the U.S. are being warned to be on the lookout for Middle East Respiratory Syndrome, the potentially deadly illness known as MERS. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued the alert Thursday in the midst of an outbreak in South Korea that's sickened at least 126 people. On Friday, the death toll rose to 13."It's a wakeup call to everyone, because if it can go to South Korea, it can be transmitted to other countries," Dr. William Schaffner, an infectious disease specialist at Vanderbilt Medical Center, told CBS News.

Article: U.S. House Admits Nazi Role in Ukraine :: OpEdNews

Last February, when ethnic Russian rebels were closing in on the Ukrainian port of Mariupol, the New York Times rhapsodically described the heroes defending the city and indeed Western civilization -- the courageous Azov battalion facing down barbarians at the gate. What the Times didn't tell its readers was that these "heroes" were Nazis, some of them even wearing Swastikas and SS symbols.The long Times article by Rick Lyman fit with the sorry performance of America's "paper of record" as it has descended into outright propaganda -- hiding the dark side of the post-coup regime in Kiev. But what makes Lyman's sadly typical story noteworthy today is that the Republican-controlled U.S. House of Representatives has just voted unanimously to bar U.S. assistance going to the Azov battalion because of its Nazi ties.

S Korea Mers virus toll reaches 14 -

Health officials continue to claim the outbreak has already peaked, but 12 new infections have been reported today, and a 67-year-old woman became the latest fatality, the Health Ministry said.Nearly 140 people in South Korea have been diagnosed with Middle East respiratory syndrome since the country reported its first case last month. The outbreak, the largest outside Saudi Arabia, has been occurring only in hospitals, among patients, family members who visited them and medical staff treating them.

Bush: You need 'boots on the ground' :: TheHill

The United States will need combat troops on the ground to defeat the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS), former President George W. Bush suggested in a new interview."The president will have to make that determination," Bush said in an interview published Friday with the Israel Hayom newspaper when asked if ISIS could be defeated without ground troops.

Food Banks In New York Are Running Out Of Food :: Zero Hedge

Welcome to the Recovery! Food banks across the US state of New York are running out of food (37% of food pantries say they have had to turn away needy people because they ran out of food), amid falling funds and rising demand from people that have trouble affording food.

'Mature' EMP Weapon Ready for War: "Render Enemy' Electronics, Data Systems Useless"

While governments and the Pentagon are increasingly talking up the need to protect the sensitive power grid and brace for the impact of a potential electromagnetic pulse (EMP) incident, which could come naturally from a solar flare or via an attack by a foreign entity, the Air Force is ready to embrace EMP as the status quo of future warfare.More:

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09 Jun 04:25

Canadians who posed nude on Malaysian mountain are in custody

Canadians who posed nude on Malaysian mountain are in custody - The Globe and Mail

Danielle and Lindsey Petersen - 22 and 23 years old - were allegedly two of 10 tourists who stripped at the top of Mount Kinabalu on May 30 and are now being held in police custody with three others from the group, according to Malaysian officials, who say their actions disrespected the mountain and caused the earthquake. Officials are looking for five others who they say were of the party. TheGlobeAndMail-Front %28The Globe and Mail - Latest News%29   

International Space Station Adjusts Orbit to Evade Space Junk / Sputnik International

Russia' Mission Control adjusted on Monday the orbit of the International Space Station (ISS) to evade collision with debris of a defunct US satellite, a Mission Control official said.

A Syrian Group Just Hacked The U.S. Army Website And Left This Mysterious Message

A group affiliated with the regime of Syrian President Bashar Assad took responsibility Monday for hacking the U.S. Army' public website and forcing it offline.

Mers in South Korea: Seventh death reported as live cases near 100 - Asia - World - The Independent

News is emerging of a seventh person that has reportedly died in South Korea of the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (Mers) virus. Media reports in South Korea said the death came just a day after authorities began using mobile phones to trace people who violate quarantine. There were no immediate details of the latest victim.

Iran arrests hotel staff after Saudis pilgrims poisoned - Middle East - Jerusalem Post

Iran has arrested five members of hotel staff after four Saudi Arabian pilgrims died and 20 more taken ill in a case of mass poisoning that appeared to be accidental, local news agencies reported on Monday.More:

Obama Supporters Sign Petition to NUKE RUSSIA so America will Stay World's Superpower - YouTu


Obama lambasts Putin: you're wrecking Russia to recreate Soviet empire :: World news :: The Guardian

Barack Obama has used the close of the G7 summit in Germany to deliver his strongest criticism yet of Vladimir Putin, lambasting the Russian president' isolationist approach as the seven leaders signalled their readiness to tighten sanctions against Russia if the conflict in Ukraine escalates."Does he continue to wreck his country' economy and continue Russia' isolation in pursuit of a wrong-headed desire to recreate the glories of the Soviet empire? Or does he recognise that Russia' greatness does not depend on violating the territorial integrity and sovereignty of other countries?" the US president said at the close of the intensive discussions in Bavaria as world leaders, including the summit' host, Angela Merkel, presented a united front against Putin.More:

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31 May 07:51

Hiding in Plain Sight: Putin's War in Ukraine and Boris Nemtsov

Hiding in Plain Sight: Putin's War in Ukraine and Boris Nemtsov's Putin. War. - YouTube

Russian aircraft head off U.S. destroyer in Black Sea: RIA - Yahoo News

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian military aircraft were scrambled to head off a U.S. warship that was acting "aggressively" in the Black Sea, state news agency RIA reported on Saturday, citing an anonymous source in Russia's armed forces in Crimea.The source was quoted as saying that the U.S. destroyer Ross was moving along the edge of Russia's territorial waters and heading in their direction."The crew of the ship acted provocatively and aggressively, which concerned the operators of monitoring stations and ships of the Black Sea Fleet," RIA quoted the source as saying."Su-24 attack aircraft demonstrated to the American crew readiness to harshly prevent a violation of the frontier and to defend the interests of the country."Russia's Defence Ministry was not immediately available to comment on the report.

The Prepper' Water Survival Guide: Are You Ready for a Long-Term Water Emergency? - Freedom Ou

The Prepper's Water Survival GuideIf you've been prepping for a while, you've probably heard of the survivalist's "Rule of Three."  You can survive:Three minutes without air.Three days without water.Three weeks without food.If a disaster has hit and you're still breathing, then your next concern has got to be water.

Four Americans held in Yemen by Houthi rebels - report :: World news :: The Guardian

At least four Americans are being held in Yemen by rebels who toppled the US-backed government, the Washington Post reported late on Friday.Citing unnamed sources, the report said attempts to free the Americans have failed. The Americans are believed to be imprisoned in the capital Sana'a, which Saudi Arabia has repeatedly bombed in a campaign to oust the rebels, known as Houthis, from power.The Houthis had cleared one of the prisoners for release, but the report said members of the Houthi rebellion reversed that decision.Three of the prisoners hold private sector jobs, and the fourth holds dual US-Yemini citizenship. None is a US government employee, the report said.

sign of the times: SOMETHING IS GOING TO HAPPEN SOON... - YouTube

Saudis Have 'Israel' Nuke Yemen for Them

Veterans Today website posted a report, prepared by Gordon Duff and Jeff Smith, on  the bomb which fell on Naqm mountain in Yemen last week.A video received from Yemen, believed to be taken May 20, 2015, of an explosion, when analyzed by nuclear weapons experts is, by very high probability, a neutron bomb that could only have been an Israeli attack.  The analysis:A. Its not a conventional 2k lb bomb. It' much bigger.B. Its either a very large MOAB bigger than 4,000 lbs. or; ???? Max weight for an F-15 / 16 is about 2,000 lb payload per bomb rack making the deployment of a MOAB impossible.C. Its appears to be a small neutron bomb. The size, color, lightning effect and duration of the fire ball being suspended in mid air and the very large mushroom cloud is the main give away. The CCD cameras imaging device was "scintillating" (detecting Neutrons) That is the white pixel flashes in the video. When the photo has white pixel flashes in it, that is because it is being hit by neutrons from the nuclear fireball blast. It overloads the ccd' electronic circuit producing white flashes.If the radiation is too high it will burn out the chip. They have big problems with this in Japan with the Fukushima robots cameras failing due to very high radiation counts.D. Delivery is most likely by an IDF F-16 with a Saudi paint job on the plane. They are not even hiding their use anymore, they just don't publicly admit it and the IAEA does nothing or says nothing. That is the true war crime. The UN just ignores it unless the US, France or GB complains.... Russia and China say nothing.E. This is now the second known use of nukes in Yemen by Saudi Arabia......

A. The range of the camera is calculated to be about 4 to 5 miles from ground zero based on shock wave timing.

B.Saudi has no F-16'. The aircraft reported to be used to droop the bomb in Yemen were F-16'. Photos and acoustic signature confirms that the jet engines noise is from a single engine jet fighter of the F-16 type.

Jeff Smith is a nuclear physicist and former IAEA inspector.


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30 May 20:32

Move over, Glastonbury: promoter says the age of the music festival is passing

by Tracy McVeigh

Nah, It's just that the blew this year.

Harvey Goldsmith says lack of major acts to succeed the likes of the Rolling Stones or Muse will spell end for big summer events

The age of the big British summer music festival, including Glastonbury, is drawing to a close, according to the leading rock promoter and manager Harvey Goldsmith.

The man who has produced and worked with most of the western world’s biggest music stars, from the Who, the Rolling Stones and Queen to Madonna, Bob Dylan and Luciano Pavarotti, said the biggest problem was a dire lack of major new bands to succeed the old ones.

The festival circuit has peaked. There's too many of them and there are not enough big acts to headline them

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29 Apr 19:00

N Korea: Kim Jong-Un Executes 15 Officials

N Korea: Kim Jong-Un Executes 15 Officials

North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un has ordered the execution of 15 senior officials already this year, according to South Korea's intelligence agency.Among those killed were four senior members of Pyongyang's famous Unhasu Orchestra, where Kim's wife, Ri Sol Ju, had been a singer before she married him in June 2012.The group were shot by firing squad on spying charges, South Korean intelligence chiefs have reported.

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Unmanned Russian spacecraft 'plunging to Earth'

MOSCOW, Russia - An unmanned Russian cargo spacecraft ferrying supplies to the International Space Station is plunging back to Earth and apparently out of control, an official said on Wednesday, April 29."It has started descending. It has nowhere else to go," an official familiar with the situation told Agence France-Presse on condition of anonymity, speaking ahead of an official Russian space agency statement expected later in the day."It is clear that absolutely uncontrollable reactions have begun."The official said the descent likely marked the end of the Progress spacecraft's mission although the Russian authorities will contact it again to make sure everything has been done to rescue it. rappler %28Rappler%29   

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26 Apr 05:05

The Surprisingly Short History Of The Plus Sign :: Co.Design :: business design

The adoption of universal symbols permanently changed the way people thought about mathematics. This is a passage from Algebra, written in the ninth century by Persian mathematician Mu?ammad ibn M?s? al-Khw?rizm?:

    If a person puts such a question to you as: 'I have divided ten into two parts, and multiplying one of these by the other the result was twenty-one;' then you know that one of the parts is thing, and the other is ten minus thing.

14 Apr 07:22

Russia angers Israel as it lifts ban on delivering anti-missile

Russia angers Israel as it lifts ban on delivering anti-missile system to Iran - Middle East - World

Russia has announced that it has lifted a ban on supplying a sophisticated anti-missile system to Iran following an interim deal with the country on its nuclear programme - a move hailed in Tehran and greeted with dismay by the West and Israel.

Radiation measured at deadly 9.7 sieverts in Fukushima reactor :: The Japan Times

Tokyo Electric Power Co. said Monday that radiation in the primary containment vessel of the No. 1 reactor of the Fukushima No. 1 power station gets as high as 9.7 sieverts per hour - enough to kill a human within an hour.The radiation levels at six locations in the western section of the first floor of the PCV ranged from 7.0 to 9.7 sieverts per hour, the beleaguered utility said in disclosing data collected by a remote-controlled robot on Friday.

Black Judge "GOES OFF" On White Victims Of HOME INVASION For STEREOTYPING Black Men

A Kentucky judge blamed two parents for their young girl's "constant fear of black men" after an armed robbery she witnessed, local reports said.The parents argued for a tougher sentence for the man convicted of busting into their Louisville home at gunpoint while their daughter watched "Spongebob Square Pants," according to the Courier-Journal.Judge Olu Stevens blasted Jordan and Tommy Gray's victim impact statement at a court hearing in February and again recently in a Facebook post he later deleted."Whenever we are running errands, if we come across a black male, she holds me tight and begs me to leave," Gray wrote in February of her daughter. "It has affected her friendships at school and our relationships with African-American friends."Stevens, who is a black man, was "deeply offended.""This little girl certainly has been victimized, and she can't help the way she feels," Stevens said, according to video obtained by the Courier-Journal. "My exception is more with her parents and their accepting that kind of mentality and fostering those type of stereotypes."Stevens contends the statement played no role in his decision to sentence the robber, 27-year-old Gregory Wallace, who pleaded guilty to the March 21, 2013, crime, to only five years' probation. He defended his actions, grounded with five years on the bench, with a statement early Saturday that said he "will not be intimidated" by negative backlash."As for my "wrath", I had none. I leave wrath to the Commonwealth's Attorney and others disgruntled by the ultimate decision. I did not criticize the child. I cautioned the parents against racial stereotyping," Stevens wrote on Facebook. "If necessary, I will stand alone. I have no animus toward anyone. I have consistently been here for over five years. I look forward to continuing to see you on this medium and in court."

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12 Apr 01:25

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If you're just watching the TV

you would never guess that the world is in the midst of perpetual war. 

FUKUSHIMA UPDATE :: Survey Robot Breaks Down Inside Fukushima No. 1 Reactor

via Japan Times / April 11, 2015 / A remote-controlled robot inserted to survey the inside of the No. 1 reactor at the damaged Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant has stopped functioning, Tokyo Electric Power Co. said.As a first step in the utility' effort to remove melted nuclear fuel from the bottom of the unit' primary containment vessel, the shape-shifting robot was sent in Friday morning to find the exact location of the highly radioactive debris. years later and it's the first step?

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08 Apr 14:48

20 Price Increases That Are Breaking America's Middle Class Families

20 Price Increases That Are Breaking America's Middle Class Families - THOMASDISHAW.COM

(Thomas Dishaw)  American families are under the gun.  Whether you are employed, unemployed, or underemployed you're not alone, because millions of families are struggling in the U.S. With the cost of basic goods and services rising  at an alarming rate many households struggle to supply the basic necessities some of us take for granted.Under the Obama Administration taxes are increasing faster than anytime in history, with Americans  paying more in taxes than on food, clothing  and housing combined.  Hard working middle class families will continue to evaporate and essentially be extinct if this cycle continues.    Source: 

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04 Apr 06:30

Study: New H5N1 strain in Egypt may be tied to rise in human cases

Study: New H5N1 strain in Egypt may be tied to rise in human cases :: CIDRAP

A new strain of H5N1 avian influenza virus that has apparently gained predominance in Egypt in recent months may be associated with the sharp increase in human H5N1 cases there during that same time frame, an international team of scientists reported yesterday in Eurosurveillance.The researchers said the new strain has spread widely in Egypt's poultry and that two recent H5N1 isolates from human patients fall into the same group. It's too early to tell if the strain has gained a greater ability to jump from birds to humans, they wrote, and further studies are needed to find out if that's the case.At this point it can't be "excluded with certainty that the emerging phylotype of viruses may have increased zoonotic potential and may be transmitted more efficiently to humans, although this assumption cannot be drawn from the molecular evidence described here," the report states. The authors are from Egypt, Germany, and the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization.435 outbreaks in 5 monthsThe steep increase in human cases and poultry outbreaks in Egypt in the past several months has stirred speculation about whether mutations in the virus are better equipping it to spread in poultry and from poultry to humans. The report says 435 poultry outbreaks were reported by Egyptian veterinary authorities from October 2014 through February 2015.

Israel says all options including military action open - YouTube

Israel says all options including military action are on the table in the face of Iran' nuclear program.Israel' intelligence minister said Tel Aviv would attack Iran if it has no other choice. Yuval Steinitz also said that Israel does not need permission from the United States for military action against Tehran. Iran has already warned that it will give a crushing response to any aggression on its soil. Israel, the sole possessor of nuclear weapons in the Middle East, has repeatedly claimed that Tehran is seeking arms in its nuclear program. Iran has strongly rejected that as fabricated and baseless. t=20   

Russia calls UN Security Council session to pause Yemen crisis -- Puppet Masters --

As fighting in Yemen intensifies Russia has called up an emergency UN Security Council session to put on pause Saudi-led coalition airstrikes for humanitarian purposes in an effort to quell the violence that is impacting civilians.Russia insists it is necessary for the international community to discuss the establishment of regular and mandatory "humanitarian pauses" in the ongoing coalition air strikes on Yemen, Russian UN mission's spokesman Aleksey Zaytsev told Sputnik.An extraordinary meeting is scheduled for Saturday, at 3pm GMT at the UN headquarters in NYC.

Russia Plans Missile Defense System Drill Near Southern Border As North Korea Test-Fires Short-Range

With 'shocked' OSCE observers noting that the Minsk accord ceasefire is not holding in Ukraine's Shyrokyne, it appears sabre-rattling around the world is picking once again. Military exercises in Russia's Astrakhan region, conducted successful launches of the 'hypersonic' S-300 anti-aircraft missile systems, repelling an "enemy" air assault. This follows another drill invloving ten aircraft including helicopters in simulated attacks by an "enemy" near the Chinese border. Meanwhile, North Korea has test-fired four short-range missiles into the sea off its west coast, in protest at US-South Korean military drills, which are currently ongoing, and a 2nd drill is underway " supervised by Kim Jong-Un."

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31 Mar 01:16

61 Thoughts Every Introvert Has While Shopping

I’ve made a huge mistake.

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1. Did I really need to leave my house today?
2. I've been putting off jean shopping for so long anyway.
3. Why didn't I just order them online?
4. I just got to the mall and I already want to go home.
5. Ugh… why are there so many people here?
6. Is there a big sale or something?
7. And why is everyone trying to make eye contact with me?
8. Being invisible would be really cool right now.

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9. This store is way too crowded.
10. Hurry up and find those damn jeans.
11. Where's my size?
12. They have practically all the other sizes except mine.
13. Fuck, now I'm going to have to ask someone for help.
14. I'll try looking again, it has to be here.
15. Shit, an employee's coming.
16. Play it cool… everything's under control.
17. Should I tell him I need help or leave?
18. I'll just come back another day.
19. Hurry up and decide, he's asking you the question.
20. Why did I say no even though I need his help?

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30 Mar 11:47

FriendFeed Shutting Down

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We wanted to let you know that FriendFeed will be shutting down soon. We've been maintaining the service since we joined Facebook five years ago, but the number of people using FriendFeed has been steadily declining and the community is now just a fraction of what it once was. Given this, we've decided that it's time to start winding things down.

Beginning today, we will no longer accept new signups. You will be able to view your posts, messages, and photos until April 9th. On April 9th, we'll be shutting down FriendFeed and it will no longer be available.
02 Mar 05:00

Us vs. Them by Tom Gauld

Us vs. Them by Tom Gauld

28 Feb 13:16

(Leonard Nimoy) In Search Of.. **Other Voices** (Season 1 Episode 1) - YouTube

25 Feb 23:06

Ukraine War: A Reverse Cuban Missile Crisis :: Consortiumnews

Ukraine War: A Reverse Cuban Missile Crisis :: Consortiumnews

Guided by an aggressive neocon "regime change" strategy, the United States has stumbled into a potential military confrontation with Russia over Ukraine, a dangerous predicament that could become a Cuban Missile Crisis in reverse, as ex-U.S. diplomat William R. Polk explains.By William R. PolkIn a rather ghastly Nineteenth Century experiment, a biologist by the name of Heinzmann found that if he placed a frog in boiling water, the frog immediately leapt out but that if he placed the frog in tepid water and then gradually heated it, the frog stayed put until he was scalded to death.Are we like the frog? I see disturbing elements of that process today as we watch events unfold in the Ukraine confrontation. They profoundly frighten me and I believe they should frighten everyone. But they are so gradual that we do not see a specific moment in which we must jump or perish.So here briefly, let me lay out the process of the 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis and show how the process of that crisis compares with what we face today over the Ukraine.Three elements stand out in the Cuban Missile Crisis: 1) Relations between the USSR and the U.S. were already "on the edge" before they reached the crisis stage; each of us had huge numbers of weapons of mass destruction aimed at the other. 2) The USSR precipitated the Crisis by advancing into Cuba, a country the U.S. had considered part of its "area of dominance" since the promulgation of the 1823 Monroe Doctrine. 3) Some military and civilian officials and influential private citizens in both countries argued that the other side would "blink" if sufficient pressure was put on it.

Chicago activist: Local reporters intentionally didn't cover Homan Square "black site" --

Chicago reporters failed to cover a police "black site" where suspects were held without access to legal representation because they sided with the authorities, a local activist and criminologist told The Atlantic on Tuesday."I think that many crime reporters in Chicago have political views that are right in line with the police," Tracy Siska said. "They tend to agree about the tactics needed by the police. They tend to have by one extent or the other the same racist views of the police - a lot of urban police (not all of them by any stretch, but a lot of them) embody racism."Siska is the head of the Chicago Justice Project, a non-profit group that works toward improving police transparency in hopes of improving community relations.

Activist: ISIS holds 150 Christian hostages, will threaten to kill them -

(CNN)ISIS is holding many more Assyrian Christians hostage than previously thought -- and it is reportedly planning to release a message Wednesday threatening to kill them.Osama Edward, founder of the Assyrian Human Rights Network, told CNN that the extremist group is now believed to have 150 hostages, citing the latest information from the network's team on the ground.


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25 Feb 06:35

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11 Feb 09:06 Cyprus to give access to its ports, airstrips to Russian Cyprus to give access to its ports, airstrips to Russian military

President of Cyprus Nicos Anastasiades has said he is in talks with the Russian government to let its military ships and planes use Cypriot ports and airstrips in case of humanitarian operations or in emergency situations.

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Russia Would See U.S. Moves to Arm Ukraine as Declaration of War :: Business :: The Moscow Times

U.S. provision of military aid to Ukraine would be seen by Moscow as a declaration of war and spark a global escalation of Ukraine's separatist conflict, Russian defense analysts said.With Russia-backed rebels in eastern Ukraine seizing new territory from the Ukrainian army, voices in Washington are demanding that Kiev be given defensive weapons and hardware - including lethal equipment - to hold the line.But if such aid were sent, "Russia would reasonably consider the U.S. to be a direct participant in the conflict," said Evgeny Buzhinsky, a military expert at the Moscow-based PIR Center.Speaking to The Moscow Times on a condition of anonymity, a member of the Russian Defense Ministry's public advisory board warned that Moscow would not only up the ante in eastern Ukraine, "but also respond asymmetrically against Washington or its allies on other fronts."

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06 Feb 05:21

30,000 troops, 6 rapid units: NATO increases military power in Eastern Europe

30,000 troops, 6 rapid units: NATO increases military power in Eastern Europe

The NATO Response Force in Europe might increase to 30,000 troops from the current 13,000, said the alliance' secretary general ahead of a defense ministers meeting in Brussels. Most of the RDF troops are set to be stationed near to Russia' borders."I expect that the ministers will agree on several important elements of a package that increases our collective defense," said Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg on the eve of a meeting of the alliance' 28 defense ministers at NATO headquarters in Brussels.The UK has already announced plans to deploy 1,000 troops and four multirole Typhoon fighter jets to join the Response Force in Eastern Europe.The spearhead of that force will be 5,000 servicemen, distributed among six compact command centers in Eastern Europe, with about only 50 officers in each.

Merkel and Hollande on mission to avert 'total war' - Telegraph

 Europe's leaders were in last-ditch talks to broker a peace deal in Ukraine on Thursday night, as threats by America to send arms to Kiev raised fears of a direct confrontation between Russia and the West.Angela Merkel, the German chancellor, and François Hollande, the French president, began a two-day visit to Kiev and Moscow in an attempt to get both governments to sign a new ceasefire deal.The talks, which come amid an escalation in the fighting in eastern Ukraine, were an attempt by European capitals to head off moves by Washington to begin arming Ukrainian forces, who have so far been outgunned by the Kremlin-backed rebels.

World Awash in More Debt Than Before Financial Crisis / Sputnik International

Global debt has far outpaced economic growth since 2007, when the global credit bubble burst, causing the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression. As a result, the world is more burdened by debt today than it was eight years ago.Global debt has increased by $57 trillion since 2007 to almost $200 trillion, the Financial Times reported, citing a sobering report by McKinsey Global Institute. As a share of gross domestic product, debt has risen from 270% to 286%."Overall debt relative to gross domestic product is now higher in most nations than it was before the crisis," the report states. "Higher levels of debt pose questions about financial stability."


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18 Jan 23:40

Ukraine army targeted Gorlovka with 500kg air bombs - Donetsk militia

Ukraine army targeted Gorlovka with 500kg air bombs - Donetsk militia leader - RT News

Ukrainian warplanes used 500kg aviation bombs in their attack on the town of Gorlovka on Sunday, said Aleksandr Zakharchenko, head of the People' Republic of Donetsk, adding that it was not a targeted bombardment."Towards the evening, the Ukrainian bombers performed an airstrike on Gorlovka with 500-kilogram aviation bombs. Notably, the bombardment was not targeted; it came from over the clouds and the aim was simply to hit the town," Zakharchenko said.

Israel attacks Hizbollah positions close to Golan Heights - Telegraph

An Israeli helicopter attacked Hizbollah positions close to the Golan Heights in Syria on Sunday, reportedly killing the son of the Lebanese Shia militant group' slain top commander Imad Mughniyeh.Jihad Mughniyeh died alongside four other members of the group, when his convoy was hit by a rocket, Lebanese sources said.Imad Mughniyeh was a top commander in Hizbollah' military intelligence branch, and on the United States' most wanted list for attacks on Israeli and Western targets.The death of Mughniyeh' son would be a symbolic coup for Israel, who - though they have never admitted it - is believed to have had a hand in the assassination of his father in Damascus in 2008. More:

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It's 2 Weeks Into 2015, and One of the US's Closest Allies Has Already Beheaded 10 People - Mic

Last year, Saudi Arabia beheaded 90 people. The 10 in the first few weeks of 2015 is another indication that the wave of executions that began in August is not slowing down. This puts America in the perverse position of railing against the mass beheadings perpetrated by ISIS while quietly tolerating those committed by the House of Saud.Other recent victims of Saudi rule have included people imprisoned for dubious offenses ranging from criticizing Islam on Twitter to operating online forums. On occasion, the death sentence is used for charges like "sorcery."More:   


People who receive flu vaccines year after year can sometimes show reduced protection, an effect that Canadian infectious disease specialists say muddies public health messages for annual flu vaccine campaigns.During the 2009 H1N1 pandemic, researchers at the B.C. Centre for Disease Control originally thought seasonal flu shots from 2008 might offer extra protection against the new pandemic strain. They were puzzled to find instead, seasonal flu vaccination almost doubled the risk of infection with pandemic flu.   

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15 Jan 00:07

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15 Jan 01:11

France is now arresting folks for social media posts. Just like

France is now arresting folks for social media posts. Just like in USSR when neighbors wrote to KGB

Paris attacks aftermath: French police arrest 54 people for 'defending or glorifying terrorism'At least 54 people have been detained by police in France for "defending or glorifying terrorism" in the wake of last week' attacks in Paris.Many of the arrests are believed to stem from comments made on Facebook, Twitter and social media as the world reacted to the atrocities.They are part of a broader French crackdown on perceived hate speech, extremism and anti-Semitism amid a government push for tougher anti-terrorism measures.


The FBI has arrested an Ohio man for allegedly plotting an ISIS-inspired attack on the U.S. Capitol, where he hoped to set off a series of bombs aimed at lawmakers, whom he allegedly considered enemies.Christopher Lee Cornell (aka Raheel Mahrus Ubaydah), 20, of Green Township, was arrested today on charges of attempting to kill a U.S. government official, authorities said.According to government documents, he allegedly planned to detonate pipe bombs at the national landmark and open fire on any employees and officials fleeing after the explosions.

Bird and fish kills becoming more frequent, biologists say -

Mass die-offs of birds, fish and invertebrates are on the rise, researchers at the University of California, Berkeley say. The trends were borne out the first ever quantitative analysis of large scale animal deaths. Scientists plotted 727 mass die-off events over the past 70 years, involving a total of some 2,500 species (some events feature more than one species).

"This is the first attempt to quantify patterns in the frequency, magnitude and cause of such mass kill events," said lead study author Stephanie Carlson, an associate professor at Berkeley's Department of Environmental Science, Policy and Management.


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04 Jan 11:51

World War 3 Predictions A conflict between Israel, Iran and ...

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Pakistani teen 'shot dead by Indian forces'

Pakistan's military says Indian border guards' "unprovoked firing'' near the disputed border region of Kashmir has killed a 13-year-old girl and wounded a child.A statement released by the Pakistan military on Saturday said the teenager was killed in the city of Sialkot, during an exchange of fire between Pakistani para-military troopers and India's Border Security Force (BSF) along the Line of Control (LoC) that began on Friday night.Both Pakistan and India blamed each other for starting the firefight. This latest violence comes after Islamabad accused Indian forces of killing two of its soldiers Wednesday in a crossfire that also killed an Indian soldier.

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Reuters, Dec 30, 2014: Ukraine denies radioactive leak on Zaporizhzhya nuclear plant - Ukrainian authorities denied on Tuesday a report in pro-Kremlin media. Life News newswire published documents which it said came from Ukraine' emergencies ministry and showed that a leak at the power plant had led to a spike in radiation over the past two days exceeding permitted norms by 16 times. "there have been no accidents," said an energy ministry official. The officials could not comment if documents published by Life News were authentic. Reuters was not able to verify the documents. ENENews %28Energy News%29   

U.S. social-media giants are resisting Russia censors - ...

Facebook Inc., Twitter Inc. and Google Inc. have started resisting Russian government orders to remove information about a rally next month in support of opposition leader Alexei Navalny, raising the prospect of a showdown over the Kremlin' efforts to control online information.In response to a request from Russian prosecutors, Roskomnadzor, the country' communications regulator, began issuing block orders for Russia just hours after the Moscow rally was publicized on social media late last week, officials said. Facebook honored the initial order last weekend and blocked a page promoting the event, but others were quickly created, attracting more attention.

North Korea blasts 'hostile' US sanctions -

North Korea has issued a furious statement against the United States for imposing sanctions against its government figures and defence industry for the cyber-attack against Sony.    ShareThe reclusive communist state again denied any role in the breach of tens of thousands of confidential Sony emails and business files.A spokesman for North Korea's foreign ministry accused the US of "groundlessly" stirring up hostility towards Pyongyang and claimed the new sanctions would not weaken the country's military might.

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27 Dec 04:52

Ukraine Halts Trains and Buses to Russian-Held Crimea

Ukraine Halts Trains and Buses to Russian-Held Crimea

Kiev, Ukraine:  Ukraine said on Friday it was suspending all rail and bus services to Russian-occupied Crimea because of security concerns.The decision came only 10 days after Russia decided to halt its own train service to the Black Sea peninsula due to low demand.The joint suspensions mean that most of the region's 2.3 million residents will only be able to reach Ukraine by car or cross into Russia to the east using an outdated ferry service.

FBI investigates report of kidnapped Border Patrol agent in Texas

The U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation is looking into a claim made in a call to a Texas border town police department that a Mexican organized crime cartel has kidnapped a U.S. Border Patrol agent, officials said on Friday.

Saudi Arabia Ready For $20, $30, $40 Oil :: Zero Hedge

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12 Dec 11:10

House votes to avoid govt shutdown, passes $1trn spending bill - ...

House votes to avoid govt shutdown, passes $1trn spending bill - ...

The House of Representatives voted to pass a massive spending bill that will keep the government running into next year, narrowly avoiding a shutdown as Republicans and Democrats spent the night at odds over various provisions.

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26 Nov 06:50

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