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way to treat the vets.

seems like they were used and abused for the MIC.

the vets should have known better too IMO. cursory research can show you that most of these wars ARE NOT LEGITIMATE.


Great Rant.

lol @ the talking head girl saying "leader of the free world"

can they say that with a straight face.
^@Gimp


that dude is spot on!
it's rare to see people act that way on the MSM.

dude was heated.

pretty much spot on.
I've never seen this guy before. Did he go off script, or is he always like that?

I like how the other talking heads wanted to start squawking but were overpowered by that guys passion and intensity. Those situations usually turn into a shouting match. Here, the others just shut their traps and let the man speak the truth.

He'll probably get fired.
it's good that he's exposing both the left and the right.

takes 2 to tango.
That video was from 2011 too. Imagine what he'd be like in an interview now.

'I told you so's' flying all over the place!
(10-13-2013 06:36 AM)Gimp Wrote: [ -> ]Nancy Pelosi's daughter gets kindly sat down by Iran's Foreign Minister:


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Just catching up to this.

LOL at this converso warmonger getting sat the f*ck down!!!
Quote:Radiation experts confirm polonium on Arafat clothing

Paris (AFP) - Swiss radiation experts have confirmed they found traces of polonium on clothing used by Yasser Arafat which "support the possibility" the veteran Palestinian leader was poisoned.

In a report published by The Lancet at the weekend, the team provide scientific details to media statements made in 2012 that they had found polonium on Arafat's belongings.

Arafat died in France on November 11 2004 at the age of 75, but doctors were unable to specify the cause of death. No autopsy was carried out at the time, in line with his widow's request.

His remains were exhumed in November 2012 and samples taken, partly to investigate whether he had been poisoned -- a suspicion that grew after the assassination of Russian ex-spy and Kremlin critic Alexander Litvinenko in 2006.

That investigation is ongoing, conducted separately by teams in France, Switzerland and Russia.

In the Lancet report, eight scientists working at the Institute of Radiation Physics and University Centre of Legal Medicine in Lausanne said they had carried out radiological tests on 75 samples.

Thirty-eight samples came from Arafat's belongings, including underwear, a shapka hat, toothbrush, a hospital cap and sportswear, that were provided by the Palestinian leader's widow Suha Arafat.

These were checked against 37 "reference" samples of cotton clothing that had been kept in an attic for 10 years and protected from dust.

"Several samples containing body fluid stains (blood and urine) contained higher unexplained polonium 210 activities than the reference samples," says the case report.

"These findings support the possibility of Arafat's poisoning with polonium 210."

The polonium samples were measured at "several mBq," or millibecquerels, a unit of radioactivity.

Computer modelling, which calculates polonium's very fast decay, found that these levels "are compatible with a lethal ingestion of several GBq," or several billion becquerels, in 2004, they said.

In addition, says the report, Arafat's clinical symptoms "could not rule out" polonium poisoning.

These include nausea, vomiting, fatigue and abdominal pain.

"Since ingested polonium 210 is eliminated partly through faeces, the gastro-intestinal syndrome, associated with multiple organ failure, could be a predominant cause of death," the authors suggest.

They acknowledge, though, that Arafat showed no hair loss or decline in bone marrow activity -- symptoms that typically occur in radiation poisoning.

The team regret that no post-mortem investigation was carried out after Arafat's death.

"An autopsy would have been useful in this case because although potential polonium poisoning might not have been identified during that procedure, body samples could have been kept and tested afterwards."

On July 3 2012, one of the authors, Francois Bochud, who is head of the Institute of Radiation Physics, told Al-Jazeera that the team "did find some significant polonium" in Arafat's belongings.

"If (Suha Arafat) really wants to know what happened to her husband (we need) to find a sample -- I mean an exhumation -- should provide with a sample that should have a very high quantity of polonium if he was poisoned," he told the Mideast TV news channel.

Beatrice Schaad, head of communications at the Vaudois University Hospital Centre (CHUV) which is in charge of the institute, said the case report was the "scientific version" of what was given to the media.

"There is nothing new compared with what was said" in 2012, she told AFP. "There is still no conclusion that he was poisoned."
(10-15-2013 08:40 AM)Roland Bates Wrote: [ -> ]
(10-13-2013 06:36 AM)Gimp Wrote: [ -> ]Nancy Pelosi's daughter gets kindly sat down by Iran's Foreign Minister:


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Just catching up to this.

LOL at this converso warmonger getting sat the f*ck down!!!

Why is this dumb bitch talking about Rosh Hashana like it's her holiday, her new year? Her mother is Catholic. Is it because she is married to a Jewish filmmaker? What an idiot. The apple doesn't fall far from the tree.

Just saw this, Glenn Greenwald sitting her the fuck down also.

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^ LOL Owned.

Greenwald is a good guy.
Amazing bombs dropped by EM.

Great stuff!

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Users lose in Skype/PRISM spying

Voice of Russia
Oct. 16, 2013
Microsoft and its instant messaging and voice over IP provider Skype are under investigation by the Luxembourg’s data protection commissioner for providing access to user data and communications to the United States National Intelligence Agency (NSA).
Although Skype, a company that has had its share of legal actions in the past, has been bought out by Microsoft Corporation, based in Redmond Washington in the USA, it is being investigated for passing information to the NSA by the European country because it has its headquarters in Luxembourg.
It is not clear exactly when Skype began passing information and allowing access to their data by US signals intelligence and spy agencies, and if it was after or before the Microsoft takeover, but it is clearly a disturbing development that a European based company has allowed itself to be used as a spy tool on European and in fact on users around the word.
I really really think that if they try to knuckle down on the Internet too much, the backlash would be totally insane.

If you can't zong out on the net anymore, you're going to get up and do something about it. Here's an older article by Maddox, and although maybe boycotting a company won't do much, I do think if they tried to pull the plug on the net too harshly that would mobilize millions of people with very bad intentions.

Maddox: I hope SOPA passes.

You take away my Internet, what the hell else am I going to do but fight it?
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