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Quote:8. Federal Government Moves to Disarm Veterans

It’s no secret that the Department of Homeland Security considers returning veterans a threat to the established order. They said as much back in 2009 when they wrote in a report exposed by Alex Jones and the alternative media: “Returning veterans possess combat skills and experience that are attractive to right-wing extremists… DHS/I&A is concerned that right-wing extremists will attempt to recruit and radicalize veterans in order to boost their violent capacities.”


i believe the dorner case is providing more justification for this.

the medical gangstas are going to help facilitate this oppression of the veterans. they will be DEEMED crazy and "unfit" to own guns.
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(02-23-2013 09:59 AM)EVILYOSHIDA Wrote: [ -> ]thanks for your contributions.. we are designing the news section, will keep you updated!

Alright, pm me if need be.
sure buddy!

we are going for a minimalist presentation of things.. just the essentials!
Welfare that should really concern you.

I think that this is a perfect angle to show people just how little the rich elite think of people in general. Nothing has changed about the way they view humanity. Legacies of British Slave ownership.

For those of you in England. The numbers for US Dollars are similar. Inflation, the invisible tax. Plus the 35-40% in other taxes.

GMO food is terrible for animals, and it can only be bad for humans as well. 2 articles that show why people should be careful about the food they eat.
Great articles GMB.

Inflation as invisible tax is a key concept people should know.
Quote:What if we told you that, by our calculations, the largest U.S. banks aren’t really profitable at all? What if the billions of dollars they allegedly earn for their shareholders were almost entirely a gift from U.S. taxpayers?


This is fascism folks!

cellar door is having CPU issues.. and will be back with his daily 8 soon!
This shows you how crazy society has already become. Parents suing and trying to push through legislation that forces schools to allow boys to use girls bathrooms, join girls sports teams, and use girls locker rooms if the boy says that he is a girl.

Crazy shit. Scary thing is that people consider this shit to be the GOOD thing to do. I might yet become a suicide bomber.
My apologies for the delay.

1. Americans see biggest monthly income drop in 20 years

Americans saw their income drop so dramatically in January that it marked the deepest one-month decline in 20 years. Personal income decreased by $505.5 billion in January, or 3.6%, compared to December (on a seasonally adjusted and annualized basis).

That's the most dramatic decline since January 1993, according to the Commerce Department. It's something of a combination of one-time events, though.


2. Italy Jobless Rate Jumps to Record High of 11.7 Percent in January

Italy's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate jumped to 11.7 percent in January from 11.3 percent the month before to hit its highest level for at least 21 years, data showed on Friday. The figure was above all forecasts in a Reuters survey of analysts which pointed to a marginal uptick to 11.3 percent.


3. Lawmakers push measure on Israel's self-defense

The United States would back Israel militarily if the Mideast ally were to attack Iran in self-defense, a bipartisan group of senators said Thursday in introducing a forceful resolution. "No one wants another conflict anywhere in the world militarily, but we also don't want a nuclear-capable Iran," said Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., at a news conference.

The resolution also strongly endorses unilateral penalties against Iran. The measure comes as world powers met in Kazakhstan and proposed concessions to Tehran to maintain diplomatic channels that aim to rein in Iran's nuclear program.


4. British terror suspects quietly stripped of citizenship… then killed by drones

The Government has secretly ramped up a controversial programme that strips people of their British citizenship on national security grounds – with two of the men subsequently killed by American drone attacks.

An investigation by the Bureau of Investigative Journalism for The Independent has established that since 2010, the Home Secretary, Theresa May, has revoked the passports of 16 individuals, many of whom are alleged to have had links to militant or terrorist groups. They add that it also allows those stripped of their citizenship to be killed or “rendered” without any onus on the British Government to intervene.

At least five of those deprived of their UK nationality by the Coalition were born in Britain, and one man had lived in the country for almost 50 years. Those affected have their passports cancelled, and lose their right to enter the UK – making it very difficult to appeal against the Home Secretary’s decision.


5. U.S. lurches into new budget crisis, spending cuts imminent

The U.S. government stumbled headlong on Friday toward spending cuts that could dampen the economy and curb military readiness, after President Barack Obama and congressional leaders failed to find an alternative budget plan.

Put in place during a bout of deficit-reduction fever in 2011, the automatic cuts can only be halted by agreement between Congress and the White House.As expected, a deal proved elusive in talks on Friday, meaning that government agencies will now begin to hack a total of $85 billion from their budgets between Saturday and October 1. Financial markets in New York shrugged off the stalemate in Washington.


6. Putin, Obama stress cooperation, pledge to 'avoid deterioration' in relations

Russia and the US agreed to avoid “negative steps” that could threaten bilateral relations as the two countries' presidents held their first phone conversation since Barack Obama's re-election.

"The leaders of both countries are united in their desire to avoid any steps that could negatively reflect on bilateral relations," the Kremlin said in a statement following the phone conversation, which was initiated by President Obama.Russian President Vladimir Putin and his American counterpart discussed a wide range of issues, paying special attention to the situation in the Middle East - particularly in Syria, the Kremlin said.


7. ‘Mind Meld’ Study Leading to DARPA’s Killer Robot Army

The DARPA-funded study which successfully conducted a ‘mind meld’ of two rats is a precursor to the creation of DARPA’s ultimate goal – a borg army of killer robots which will use their hive mind to hunt down and eliminate human targets. Further reading on this topic is within this article.


8. Hugo Chavez near death: President of Venezuela 'battling for life' from cancer

Hugo Chaveznear death is topping news headlines this afternoon, as C-News reported this Friday, March 1, that the President of Venezuela is close to death — and may in fact be dead — from cancer after a fight for his life.

Yet aides and supporters of the socialist president argue that despite the Hugo Chavez near death rumors this week, the leading political figure is still alive and still battling for his health.“There he is, continuing his fight, his battle, and we are sure of victory!” his brother Adan Chavez, the governor of Barinas state, announced amid cheers of supporters.

Public speculation of Chavez’ well-being became a trending news topic this week after Panama’s former ambassador, Guillermo Cochez, said that the Venezuelan leader had in fact already died.

(03-01-2013 04:34 PM)Galt Wrote: [ -> ]Crazy shit. Scary thing is that people consider this shit to be the GOOD thing to do. I might yet become a suicide bomber.

You should.
Nice to see you back cellar. Us male wages have not gone up since th 70s adjusted for inflation

1. DHS built domestic surveillance tech into Predator drones

Homeland Security's specifications say drones must be able to detect whether a civilian is armed. Also specified: "signals interception" and "direction finding" for electronic surveillance. The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has customized its Predator drones, originally built for overseas military operations, to carry out at-home surveillance tasks that have civil libertarians worried: identifying civilians carrying guns and tracking their cell phones, government documents show.

The documents provide more details about the surveillance capabilities of the department's unmanned Predator B drones, which are primarily used to patrol the United States' northern and southern borders, but have been pressed into service on behalf of a growing number of law enforcement agencies including the FBI, the Secret Service, the Texas Rangers, and local police


2. Israel may lose $500 million in US aid

After Washington fiscal talks fail, new budget crisis begins. If parties fail to reach compromise, cuts may affect foreign aid as well, including military aid for development of anti-missile batteries. US President Barack Obama emerged Friday from a unsuccessful, last-minute meeting with congressional leaders declaring there was no progress on blocking what he called "dumb and arbitrary" cuts that will begin carving $85 billion of government spending by day's end.

The cuts will likely affect American citizens, but also Washington's military aid to Israel. If the crisis is not solved in a compromise reached during the 2013 fiscal year, the Jewish state stands to lose up to $760 million in security aid.


3. US: Cuba is a State Sponsor of Terrorism

The United States is grasping at straws in justifying the continued economic embargo on Cuba by claiming the country is in a category with Iran, Sudan, and Syria as officially recognized state sponsors of terrorism. Washington, of course, refuses to provide any evidence of this, even as the charge of Cuba’s “support for acts of international terrorism” is increasingly questioned.


4. Local warming: U.S. cities in front line as sea levels rise

Built at sea level on reclaimed wetland, Norfolk has faced floods throughout its 400-year history. But as the Atlantic Ocean warms and expands, and parts of the city subside, higher tides and fiercer storms seem to hit harder than they used to.

Dealing with this increased threat has put Norfolk at the forefront of American cities taking the lead on coping with intense weather, from floods to droughts to killer heat, without waiting for the federal government to take the lead.

Still, many scientists see the frequent flooding as consistent with projected consequences of rising global temperatures, spurred by increased emissions of greenhouse gases.


5. No slack for Manning: Prosecutors to press for life

Military prosecutors intend to pursue more serious charges against Pfc. Bradley Manning despite his having plead guilty to lesser charges. The whistleblower faces life imprisonment if he is found guilty of aiding the enemy. Manning, 25, admitted on Thursday to handing over a trove of classified documents to WikiLeaks. He voluntary plead guilty to 10 relevant charges, carrying a maximum sentence of 20 years.

The move was a 'naked plea' – unlike a plea bargain, there is no arrangement with the prosecution to drop other charges. It did, however, give prosecutors the option to only purse the charges to which Manning confessed, and proceed straight to sentencing.


6. New Study Shows: Food Fraud Soared 60% Last Year

So what is food fraud anyway? Well, it’s sort of what you would expect. It’s when companies label food one way, but the truth turns out to be completely different. I have been predicting an escalation in this trend for years, since it was obvious that as inflation led to increases in food prices, companies would resort to this type of behavior to keep margins inflated. So in their latest study, the non-profit food fraud detectives at the U.S. Pharmacopeial Convention (USP) show us the extent of this extremely dangerous trend.

But a new scientific examination by the non-profit food fraud detectives the U.S. Pharmacopeial Convention (USP), discovered rising numbers of fake ingredients in products from olive oil to spices to fruit juice. In a new database to be released Wednesday, and obtained exclusively by ABC News today, USP warns consumers, the FDA and manufacturers that the amount of food fraud they found is up by 60 percent this year.


7. China Central Bank Says It Is "Fully Prepared For Looming Currency War"

Just in case Lagarde (and everyone else except for the Germans, who have a very unpleasant habit of telling the truth), was lying about that whole "no currency war" thing, China is already one step ahead and is fully prepared to roll out its own FX army. According to China Times, "China is fully prepared for a looming currency war should it, though "avoidable," really happen, said China's central bank deputy governor Yi Gang late Friday." We look forward to the female head of the IMF explaining how China is obviously confused and that it is not currency war when one crushes their currency to promote "economic goals."


8. Obama signs sweeping US budget cuts into effect

The cuts - known as the sequester and drawn up two years ago - will take $85bn (£56bn) from the US federal budget this year. Last-ditch talks at the White House to avert the reductions before Friday's deadline broke up without agreement. The IMF has warned the cuts could slow global economic growth.

The BBC's Mark Mardell in Washington says the cuts were designed to be so brutally painful that politicians would be forced to agree on a better way of balancing the books. However, as the midnight deadline loomed on Friday, Mr Obama and Republican congressional leaders still failed to agree on a way to avoid them. The two sides are at odds over the president's insistence on raising taxes as part of any plan for tackling the country's $16.6 trillion (£11tn) debt.

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