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Liberal repeaters start to attack Conspiracy Truthers:

http://www.infowars.com/rachel-maddows-j...s-part-ii/


thanks to brics:

Feminism ‘very dangerous,’ Russian church leader warns MOSCOW
http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/worl...e10961739/

Feminism ‘very dangerous,’ Russian church leader warns
MOSCOW — Reuters

Published Tuesday, Apr. 09 2013, 7:21 PM EDT
Last updated Tuesday, Apr. 09 2013, 7:31 PM EDT
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The head of the Russian Orthodox Church, Patriarch Kirill, said Tuesday feminism was a “very dangerous” phenomenon offering an illusion of freedom to women who should focus on their families and children.

Some three-quarters of Russians consider themselves Russian Orthodox, and Patriarch Kirill has fostered increasingly close ties with President Vladimir Putin, who has portrayed the church as the guardian of Russia’s national values.

“I find very dangerous this phenomenon, which is called feminism, because feminist organizations proclaim a pseudo-freedom of women that should in the first place be manifested outside marriage and outside the family,” Patriarch Kirill was quoted as telling a meeting with an Orthodox women’s group.

“Man turns his sight outward, he should work, make money. While a woman is always focused inwards towards her children, her home. If this exceptionally important role of a woman is destroyed, everything will be destroyed as a consequence – family and, if you wish, the homeland,” he said.

Kirill and Mr. Putin have both criticized a protest by the all-female Pussy Riot punk band last year that saw women dressed in colourful mini-skirts and balaclavas performing at the altar of Russia’s most sacred Orthodox cathedral.

In their impromptu, noisy “punk prayer” they were calling on the Virgin Mary to rid Russia of Mr. Putin, an ex-KGB spy.

Three members of the collective were sentenced to two years in jail for hooliganism motivated by religious hatred over their stunt, though one has since had her sentence suspended.

In Germany on Monday, members of the women’s rights group Femen, which has protested around Europe against Russia’s detention of Pussy Riot, disrupted Mr. Putin’s visit to a trade fair with a topless protest.

Mr. Putin laughed off the protest by the trio, stripped to the waist and calling him a “dictator,” saying he had liked what he had seen.

Patriarch Kirill once likened Mr. Putin’s rule over Russia to a miracle of God. The president has said the Orthodox Church should play a bigger role in the country where faith runs deep after the fall of the officially atheist Soviet Union. Russian legislators on Tuesday gave initial approval to a law that would make offences against religion punishable by up to five years in prison.
No need to thank me, I'm happy to contribute to this site's development in any way i can. I would like to thank everyone who has contributed to the many fascinating discussions that have already taken place here. This website is only a couple of months old but it has proven time and time again to be an invaluable place to reflect upon the views of others and develop ones self in the pursuit of truth. Seriously, thank you all.
^ yes. what I see is that it's a good place to call out BS amongs the various stories circulating around and also to have more high level discussion.. i appreciate your interest in the RCC stuff.. because not many people share this interest but I see it as pretty crucial to the study of western /world history.
Holder Calls Amnesty a 'Civil Right'

During a April 24th speech to the Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Attorney General Eric Holder said that creating a "pathway to earned citizenship" was a "civil right.”

"Creating a pathway to earned citizenship for the 11 million unauthorized immigrants in this country is essential. The way we treat our friends and neighbors who are undocumented – by creating a mechanism for them to earn citizenship and move out of the shadows – transcends the issue of immigration status. This is a matter of civil and human rights. It is about who we are as a nation. And it goes to the core of our treasured American principle of equal opportunity."

http://nation.foxnews.com/amnesty/2013/0...ivil-right

Official number of Guantanamo Bay hunger strikers jumps to 100

The official number of hunger strikers at Guantanamo Bay reached 100 on Saturday – three more than the day before. Twenty of the detainees are receiving enteral feeds, five of whom are being observed in a detainee hospital.

Lawyers for the detainees contest the official numbers, saying that some 130 prisoners are actually taking part in the protest. The hunger strike began around February 6, when detainees claimed prison officials searched their copies of the Koran for contraband, according to their attorneys.

Prisoners are also protesting their extrajudicial incarceration at the prison. Most of Guantanamo Bay’s 166 detainees have been cleared for release or were never charged, a situation that has prompted criticism from human rights organizations.

http://rt.com/news/guantanamo-bay-hunger-strikers-502/
lol @ these wordsmiths.

this is exactly why I don't use white shoeboy language anymore. I write roughly to let people know in plain and almost vulgar language what is going on. it's important to know the language and the terminology well so you can call out the BS for what it is. But I prefer to just write in a sav manner.
I thought Obama was going to shut down Gitmo?

NO accountability as usual. you can say whatever you want to get elected.. and no repercussions for not following through.

amazing system.
this thread is on track to be maybe the 1st 10K view thread.
(04-29-2013 09:24 AM)EVILYOSHIDA Wrote: [ -> ]^ yes. what I see is that it's a good place to call out BS amongs the various stories circulating around and also to have more high level discussion.. i appreciate your interest in the RCC stuff.. because not many people share this interest but I see it as pretty crucial to the study of western /world history.

At first I, like most it seems, considered your interest in the RCC as bunk but it is the issue i've been looking into most recently. And as each day passes, I can see more and more why you consider it a crucial aspect to study. It really is one major piece of the puzzle.
(04-29-2013 09:36 AM)cellar door Wrote: [ -> ]
(04-29-2013 09:24 AM)EVILYOSHIDA Wrote: [ -> ]^ yes. what I see is that it's a good place to call out BS amongs the various stories circulating around and also to have more high level discussion.. i appreciate your interest in the RCC stuff.. because not many people share this interest but I see it as pretty crucial to the study of western /world history.

At first I, like most it seems, considered your interest in the RCC as bunk but it is the issue i've been looking into most recently. And as each day passes, I can see more and more why you consider it a crucial aspect to study. It really is one major piece of the puzzle.

i don't know how I can get this across to people, but it is crucial. I don't talk about trivial stuff usually. it's like people think I'm weird and shit for talking about it. but if you really do study illuminated politics you'll see how important the RCC is.

if you don't look into this aspect, it's just basically one major news/conspiracy story after another with very little overall perspective.

the story of the western world is the story of the RCC vs. heretical or gnostic groups.. anyone not telling you this is basically bsing you.

this is the TRUE natural dialectic that has been taking place.
CIA-funded corruption: Karzai admits to being on secret US payroll

Top Afghan officials have been on the CIA’s payroll for over a decade, receiving tens of millions of US dollars in cash. Afghan President Hamid Karzai admitted to receiving the clandestine financial support, but dismissed the sum as a “small amount.”

A New York Times report has revealed that unparalleled corruption in the Afghan government has been encouraged by the US Central Intelligence Agency. Since the start of the decade-long war, CIA agents have delivered cash to Afghan officials in “suitcases, backpacks and, on occasion, plastic shopping bags.”

“We called it ‘ghost money,’” said Khalil Roman, President Hamid Karzai’s former chief of staff from 2002 to 2005, adding that it “came in secret, and it left in secret.” There is no evidence that President Karzai was a recipient of any of the money, as Afghan officials claim the cash was distributed by president’s National Security Council, the report said.

Some senior National Security Council officials have also been on the CIA’s payroll, and the payoffs have only increased over time: “We paid them to overthrow the Taliban,” a US official told the NYT.

Cash was also paid out to lesser Afghan politicians and officials reportedly connected to drug production and trafficking, those with alleged ties to the Taliban, and to insurgent warlords bribed not to interfere in covert operations. “They [CIA] will work with criminals if they think they have to,” a former US official said.

http://rt.com/usa/afghanistan-cash-corru...arzai-547/

Iraqi army losing hold on north to Sunni and Kurdish forces as troops desert

Soldiers are deserting a beleaguered Iraqi army as it struggles to keep its hold on the northern half of Iraq in the face of escalating hostility from Sunni Arabs and Kurds who dominate in the region.

Around the oil city of Kirkuk Kurdish troops have advanced south to take over military positions abandoned by the army, while in Baghdad senior Iraqi politicians say that for the first time there is talk of partitioning the country.

The current crisis was sparked on 23 April when the Iraqi army attacked a sit-in protest in the Sunni Arab town of Hawijah, killing at least 50 people and injuring 110. Outraged Sunni Arab protesters have since stepped up their demonstrations against the Shia-led government. Demonstrators are increasingly protected by armed men, some of whom are accused of dragging five military intelligence soldiers in civilian clothes from a car that came near a protest in Ramadi and killing them.

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/...91762.html

Revolving Door Goes Both Ways: Morgan Stanley Hires Former Treasury Staffer To Head Corporate Affairs

Moments ago, Reuters reported that according to a memo sent internally today, Morgan Stanley has hired Michele Davis, "a public relations official and policy director who helped shape the Treasury Department's strategy during the financial crisis, to become global head of corporate affairs, according to a bank memo sent on Monday."

Michele Davis will report to Vice Chairman Tom Nides, according to the memo from Nides and CEO James Gorman. She has worked "at the nexus of political and financial media throughout her career," said the memo, which was sent to employees and obtained by Reuters.

Davis worked under former Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson during the financial crisis in 2008. She had previously held posts at Fannie Mae and at the White House, where she was a deputy assistant to the president and deputy national security advisor for communications.

One could wonder just what benefits MS and other Wall Street firms incurred courtesy of Ms. White's benevolence in the days following Lehman's failure, and/or what the promised benefits to the said former Treasury staffer were from Morgan Stanley as a result of the preceding, but that would be trivial.

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2013-04-29...-head-corp
The fed printed up cold hard cash and sent it to iraq and afghan. Going way beyond its mandate
Cypriot Parliament Approves Bailout

As was announced earlier today, the Cypriot parliament was set to vote on the country's deposit confiscatory bail in, a vote that was largely expected to pass. Moments ago it did.

CYPRUS LAWMAKERS APPROVE BAILOUT IN PARLIAMENTARY VOTE WITH 29 VOTES IN FAVOR, 27 AGAINST

And with that, the resulting depression that is about to be unleashed in Cyprus is nobody else's fault but of the country itself, its politicians and ultimately, its people. So dear Cyprus, you may have a 20% GDP drop every year for the foreseeable future and triple digit unemployment, but at least you will have the EUR and your Stockholm Serf Syndrome.

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2013-04-30...es-bailout

Sex Superbug Could Be 'Worse Than AIDS'

An antibiotic-resistant strain of gonorrhea—now considered a superbug—has some analysts saying that the bacteria's effects could match those of AIDS.

"This might be a lot worse than AIDS in the short run because the bacteria is more aggressive and will affect more people quickly," said Alan Christianson, a doctor of naturopathic medicine.

Even though nearly 30 million people have died from AIDS related causes worldwide, Christianson believes the effect of the gonorrhea bacteria is more direct.

"Getting gonorrhea from this strain might put someone into septic shock and death in a matter of days," Christianson said. "This is very dangerous."

"It's an emergency situation," said William Smith, executive director of the National Coalition of STD Directors. "As time moves on, it's getting more hazardous."

http://www.cnbc.com/id/100685883
the answer is don't be overly promiscuous. nature has a way of regulating non normal behavior.

they keep trying to patch the symptoms, but if people remained monogamous, get tested before a relationship, no STDs will happen
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