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Food fraud is very scary. Processed food is scary enough without the idea that it could be even worse.
^ people thought this was only happening in China.. apparently it's happening all over the world.

Presenting dangerous horse meat as beef. Hilarious.
google sees china as the biggest threat. Interesting article

http://blogs.wsj.com/corporate-intellige...-new-book/

China won't play by Google's rules. They would be stupid to.

Google/twitter/facebook have been known to LAUNCH revolutions in the middle east. Revolutions that made people worse off to boot.
^good find, its clear that China knows the grand strategy.

Update:

1. Seized Chinese Weapons Raise Concerns on Iran

An Iranian dhow seized off the Yemeni coast was carrying sophisticated Chinese antiaircraft missiles, a development that could signal an escalation of Iran’s support to its Middle Eastern proxies, alarming other countries in the region and renewing a diplomatic challenge to the United States. Among the items aboard the dhow, according to a review of factory markings on weapons and their packing crates, were 10 Chinese heat-seeking antiaircraft missiles, most of them manufactured in 2005.

The missiles were labeled QW-1M and bore stencils suggesting that they had been assembled at a factory represented by the state-owned China National Precision Machinery Import and Export Corporation, sanctioned by the United States for transfers of missile technology to Pakistan and Iran.

http://www.nytimes.com/2013/03/03/world/....html?_r=0

2. Hundreds of thousands march against austerity in Portugal

Hundreds of thousands of people took to the streets of Lisbon and other Portuguese cities Saturday to protest against the government's austerity measures aimed at rescuing the debt-hit eurozone nation. The rallies were organised by a non-political movement which claimed 500,000 marched in the country's capital and another 400,000 in the main northern city of Porto. There have been no official estimates of the crowds.

But the mood of the crowd was clearly political, calling for new elections with banners declaring "Portugal to the polls!" and "If you fall asleep in a democracy, you wake up in a dictatorship".

http://www.france24.com/en/20130302-hund...portugal-0

3. Queen in hospital with stomach bug, Buckingham Palace says

The Queen is in hospital "as a precaution" where she is being assessed for symptoms of gastroenteritis, Buckingham Palace says. A palace spokesperson said the 86-year-old monarch had been taken to King Edward VII Hospital in London.

All official engagements for this week, including the Queen's trip to Rome, will be either cancelled or postponed. The Queen was driven to hospital by private car on Sunday and the palace said she was "in good spirits".

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-21649494

4. Bloomberg booed at annual St. Patrick’s Parade in storm-ravaged Rockaways

Mayor Bloomberg was booed yesterday as he walked in the annual St. Patrick’s Parade in the hurricane-ravaged Rockaways. The jeers grew so loud toward the end of the Queens parade that mayoral candidate and City Council Speaker Christine Quinn appeared to break away from the mayor to march separately.

A spokesman for Quinn later said she always intended to walk separately from the mayor. Locals didn’t spare their ire over the area’s slow recovery, hoisting signs reading, “Mr. Mayor, we need jetties” and “Listen to the Rockaways.” “We’ve been dying down here, up to our ears in muck trying to rebuild, get back to a regular life,” one heckler told The Post.

http://www.nypost.com/p/news/local/queen...e94q9LxwsN

5. Syrian army, rebel clashes bring conflict to Iraq doorstep

Clashes between the Syrian army and rebels at a border post brought the civil war close to neighbouring Iraq, where troops fired warning shots into the air, residents, officials and a Reuters reporter said. Insurgents seized control of half of the northeastern Syrian town of Yaarabiya, including a border post with Iraq, in a battle with forces loyal to President Bashar al-Assad on Friday and early Saturday, the pro-opposition Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, a monitoring group, said on Saturday.

The fighting on Iraq's doorstep shows how Syria's near-two-year conflict could spill over its borders, threatening to drag in neighbouring countries and further destabilise the region. Iraqi troops on the other side of the border from Yaarabiya fired warning shots, residents, local officials and a Reuters reporter said.

http://uk.reuters.com/article/2013/03/02...9820130302

6. Paving way for ACTA? Canada considers anti-counterfeit bill encouraged by US

Canada has introduced a bill strongly resembling the Anti-Counterfeit Trade Agreement (ACTA), prompting speculation that authorities were prepared to ratify the notorious legislation. The US encouraged Canada to adopt the bill. According to Ottawa, Bill C-56 or Combating Counterfeit Products Act, is aimed at countering harmful counterfeiting activities, much like the international ACTA treaty. If passed, the document would mainly concern copyright issues; border guards would be forced to serve as copyright experts without court oversight, and new criminal penalties would be introduced for counterfeiting commercial trademarks.

Under the law, imports of any works copyrighted in Canada but made outside the country would be suspended by the Canada Border Services Agency, if the copyright owner in Canada submits a written request. The bill has raised fears that Canada may be preparing to ratify ACTA. Washington has recently encouraged Ottawa to comply with the notorious agreement.

In the recently published 2013 Trade Policy Agenda and 2012 Trade Policy Report, the Office of the United States Trade Representative has encouraged Canada to “meet its Anti-Counterfeit Trade Agreement (ACTA) obligations by providing its customs officials with ex officio authority to stop the transit of counterfeit and pirated products through its territory.”

http://rt.com/news/canada-acta-counterfeit-bill-742/

7. BPA is deadly to the developing brains of babies in utero, new study shows

Scientists from Duke University in North Carolina have identified yet another major threat to human health posed by the plastics chemical bisphenol-A (BPA). According to new research, babies exposed to BPA in utero, or during their developmental stages in the womb, could experience inhibited central nervous system development, which in turn could set them up for future stricken with neurodevelopmental problems.Because it mimics the actions of estrogen, BPA is already known to interfere with the body’s endocrine system, causing a host of potential problems ranging from behavioral and weight abnormalities to reproductive and immune disorders. And while awareness of BPA’s dangers is on the rise all across the globe, there is still a minimal understanding as to how BPA exerts these negative effects, including how the chemical interferes with proper nervous system development.

So to gain a further understanding, researchers from Duke initiated a series of experiments designed to pinpoint the precise mechanisms by which BPA alters proper brain development. What they found is that BPA alters chloride levels inside cells by shutting down a gene known as KCC2 that is responsible for producing the KCC2 protein. Without this gene, cells are unable to properly transport chloride out of cells, which ends up damaging neural circuits and compromising normal brain development. “It disrupts this process and it corrupts this process,” explained Dr. Wolfgang Liedtke, lead author of the study, to WUNC about BPA’s obstruction of the KCC2 gene. “And that, for example, would be a scenario that fits very nicely in the setting of neurodevelopmental diseases, where we see an exponential growth in the number of cases that are being diagnosed year by year.”

http://www.infowars.com/bpa-is-deadly-to...udy-shows/

8. EU banker pay cap 'threatens thousands of British jobs'

The Government signalled its growing anger over European Union plans to impose a cap on pay for bankers this weekend when a senior minister with close ties to the Chancellor said that hundreds of thousands of British jobs were being put at risk. Michael Fallon, the enterprise minister, said that the Treasury will demand at meetings in Brussels this week that the proposals are flexible enough to allow UK banks and foreign banks based in London to pay competitive rates.

He said that although the new regulations on remuneration would only affect the highest paid, it could ultimately mean whole banking divisions being moved away from the UK as banks seek to operate in the more flexible markets of Asia and the US. “There is a very special risk we have here in the UK, which does not apply to any other European country, which is that we have major international banks that are based in London but have branches all over the world,” Mr Fallon said. “We need to make sure that any regulation that applies across Europe is flexible enough to allow those banks to continue to compete from London.”

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsb...-jobs.html
Quote:7. BPA is deadly to the developing brains of babies in utero, new study shows

Scientists from Duke University in North Carolina have identified yet another major threat to human health posed by the plastics chemical bisphenol-A (BPA). According to new research, babies exposed to BPA in utero, or during their developmental stages in the womb, could experience inhibited central nervous system development, which in turn could set them up for future stricken with neurodevelopmental problems.Because it mimics the actions of estrogen, BPA is already known to interfere with the body’s endocrine system, causing a host of potential problems ranging from behavioral and weight abnormalities to reproductive and immune disorders. And while awareness of BPA’s dangers is on the rise all across the globe, there is still a minimal understanding as to how BPA exerts these negative effects, including how the chemical interferes with proper nervous system development.

So to gain a further understanding, researchers from Duke initiated a series of experiments designed to pinpoint the precise mechanisms by which BPA alters proper brain development. What they found is that BPA alters chloride levels inside cells by shutting down a gene known as KCC2 that is responsible for producing the KCC2 protein. Without this gene, cells are unable to properly transport chloride out of cells, which ends up damaging neural circuits and compromising normal brain development. “It disrupts this process and it corrupts this process,” explained Dr. Wolfgang Liedtke, lead author of the study, to WUNC about BPA’s obstruction of the KCC2 gene. “And that, for example, would be a scenario that fits very nicely in the setting of neurodevelopmental diseases, where we see an exponential growth in the number of cases that are being diagnosed year by year.”

http://www.infowars.com/bpa-is-deadly-to...udy-shows/

thanks for this one.

this BPA stuff needs to be more well known.

I am also thinking these plastics may have some potential long term cumulative effect.

great selections.

hope your PC is fine! we need ur UPDATES lol.

THANKS.
Quote:^good find, its clear that China knows the grand strategy.

yep. China is aware of the NWO gameplan.

People say they are part of the NWO, but I don't buy it. If they were, they'd welcome google/twitter/facebook with open arms.

yes they do work with all the major power players, but china's goal, just like russia's is sovereignty.
Everything is running smoothly thus far, *keeps fingers crossed*, and i'm happy to be back.

(03-04-2013 03:24 AM)EVILYOSHIDA Wrote: [ -> ]
Quote:^good find, its clear that China knows the grand strategy.

yep. China is aware of the NWO gameplan.

People say they are part of the NWO, but I don't buy it. If they were, they'd welcome google/twitter/facebook with open arms.

yes they do work with all the major power players, but china's goal, just like russia's is sovereignty.

I agree with you completely on the above, it seems Russia and China are the last remaining sovereigns with any notable power. On a side note, RT publishes considerably more pertinent articles than any western MSM source. As an American, this amuses me perhaps a little too much.
(03-04-2013 03:26 AM)cellar door Wrote: [ -> ]Everything is running smoothly thus far, *keeps fingers crossed*, and i'm happy to be back.

(03-04-2013 03:24 AM)EVILYOSHIDA Wrote: [ -> ]
Quote:^good find, its clear that China knows the grand strategy.

yep. China is aware of the NWO gameplan.

People say they are part of the NWO, but I don't buy it. If they were, they'd welcome google/twitter/facebook with open arms.

yes they do work with all the major power players, but china's goal, just like russia's is sovereignty.

I agree with you completely on the above, it seems Russia and China are the last remaining sovereigns with any notable power. On a side note, RT publishes considerably more pertinent articles than any western MSM source. As an American, this amuses me perhaps a little too much.


I used to tell people on the OG that RT was one of the best news sources.. they laughed. But nowadays people are really seeing that they do report what should be reported in the US MSM.

RT is a good source.

yes Russia and China want a multi-polar world.

This is the smart way anyways, you don't put all your eggs in one basket.

Putin kicked out Rothschild agents LOL... a lot of CTers give these guys wayyy too much credit.
also , China has been relaxing the one child policy like crazy recently. this flies in the face of the depopulation program.

Also.. China is embracing christianity and is encouraging it. Christianity is always a good proxy for NWO-ness

Russia is now basically a Christian state with Putin.. and China is finding out how to best implement Christianity.

meanwhile the atheist west has launched a large crusade against Xtianity.

I'm not a christian but I will call it like I see it.
I have to wonder how China will keep the nwo from slowly subverting it, as they become more and more intertwined with the corporations that make up the nwo.
(03-04-2013 10:04 PM)GMB13 Wrote: [ -> ]Aids cured? Is this legit?

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424...59748.html

It seems legit, here is another link confirming this story.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/health/health...tions.html
(03-04-2013 08:09 PM)GMB13 Wrote: [ -> ]I have to wonder how China will keep the nwo from slowly subverting it, as they become more and more intertwined with the corporations that make up the nwo.

It will be hard to ideologically, however money trumps ideology often. if they do it is because of intertwined financial interests.

however as it stands, the Chinese govt. encourages people to know about the NWO stuff. the govt. even published a book called "currency wars" which accuses the rothschilds of controlling world finance and fomenting wars.
Update:

1. Spain's jobless hits record 5 million in February

Spain now has a record five million people registered as unemployed as the country remains stuck in recession. The Labor Ministry said Monday that the number of people on the unemployment list in February jumped by 59,444 compared with January, making for a total of 5.04 million.

Spain is battling to emerge from its second recession in just over three years with its economy still reeling from the collapse of the once-booming real estate sector. The country's unemployment rate was at 26 percent at the end of the fourth quarter.

http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/E/E...4-03-30-56

2. Latest Homeland Security Actions: Armored Vehicles

The Department of Homeland Security (through the U.S. Army Forces Command) recently retrofitted 2,717 of these ‘Mine Resistant Protected’ vehicles for service on the streets of the United States. The International® MaxxPro® is Navistar Defense’s Mine Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) vehicle and incorporates the latest design in armoring technology. Extensively tested by the military and used in theater today, the MaxxPro features a V-shaped hull and other design features that greatly improve survivability. With so much protection, it’s the vehicle that every crew wants when they’re out in the field.

http://modernsurvivalblog.com/government...t-sweeper/

3. At AIPAC conference, Iran endgame looms large

To the pro-Israel advocates in the US, Tehran’s attempt to procure a nuclear weapon still perceived as biggest threat. “It’s time to go to an endgame,” Ross said Sunday morning. The weakness inherent in a step-by-step negotiation strategy, Ross argued, is that “Iranians have been playing the rope-a-dope strategy.”

Rather, offering an endgame proposal that would be theoretically satisfactory to both Iran and the West allows the P5+1 to call the Iranians on their bluff, Ross argued. “If you’re denying an excuse [for refusing an agreement], and the Iranians don’t respond, then maybe the position of the P5+1 has to be […] alright, we are beginning to lose patience.”

Many leading voices on the issue, including both Ross and Abrams themselves, have previously stated that 2013 will indeed find either the US or Israel attacking Iran military, should diplomacy fail. Other Middle East experts, however, are not so sure.

http://www.timesofisrael.com/at-aipac-co...oms-large/

4. After meeting Morsi, Kerry releases immediate aid to Egypt

Secretary of State John F. Kerry released $250 million in badly needed economic assistance for Egypt on Sunday, telling the country’s divided political classes that they must make economic and political reforms to qualify for additional U.S. support. “The United States can and wants to do more,” Kerry said in a statement released to reporters shortly after his more than two-hour session with Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi. About an hour of their time was spent one on one, in what U.S. officials said would be blunt discussions of Egypt’s tanking economy and political deadlock.

“When Egypt takes the difficult steps to strengthen its economy and build political unity and justice, we will work with our Congress at home on additional support,” Kerry said. “These steps will also unlock much needed private-sector investment and broader financial assistance.”

http://www.washingtonpost.com/world/midd...ml?hpid=z2

5. Moscow Mayor says no to more mosques in the city

The Mayor of Moscow says there are no plans to build a new mosque in the city, and says the 'excessive' number of economic migrants was a ‘harmful thing’. “It has turned out that the praying Muslims are not at all Russian citizens and they are not Moscow residents. They are labor migrants. There are only 10 percent of Moscow residents among them and building mosques for everyone who wants it – I think this will be over the top,” Sergey Sobyanin said in an interview with Moscow's Echo radio.

The top city official went on to say that “Muscovites now get irritated by people who speak a different language, have different manners, with aggressive behavior. This is not purely ethnic, but this is connected with some ethnic traits,” Sobyanin said.

http://rt.com/politics/moscow-mayor-says...-city-669/

6. BOJ nominee Kuroda sets out aggressive policy ideas

The Japan government's nominee to be the next central bank governor outlined more forceful policy prescriptions on Monday to finally defeat deflation, saying he would not set any limits on the amount of cash the Bank of Japan pumps into the economy.Underlining expectations he would be an aggressive governor, Haruhiko Kuroda told lawmakers the BOJ's current policies were not powerful enough to boost inflation to 2 percent, a target he said the central bank should strive to achieve in two years.

Kuroda suggested the most natural way to ramp up the central bank's stimulus for the economy would be through huge purchases of longer-dated government bonds. The BOJ should also consider kicking off its open-ended asset purchases early, rather than waiting until the scheduled start date of 2014.

http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/03/0...0T20130304

7. The Science Delusion – Reexamining our Worldview Mindset

Not a news article per se but an interesting article nonetheless.

Where we stand depends entirely upon where we sit. This wonderfully enlightening phrase works on both the micro and macro level because our basis of understanding and perception, our worldview, determines how we ‘see’ and perceive reality. If we fail to seek our inner knowing to effectively counterbalance the obviously subversive and manipulative external forces that are busily (re)constructing our ever changing, but still very narrow worldview, we become entirely dependent upon that external affirmation to confirm and inflame the internal dysfunction that results from our constant immersion within the insanity.

This internal dysfunction, our inner insanity, aggravates and perpetuates the external manipulation by way of our collective actions in an endless positive feedback loop of escalating collective madness until finally it exhausts itself in a crescendo of war, starvation, deprivation and death. Our inner madness feeds the external madness which feeds the internal and so on. We moan and groan about the obvious insanity of our increasingly psychotic world, about the financial, political and corporate corruption, the blatant greed and endless lies and manipulation, all while remaining comfortably blind to its inner source. Wash, rinse and repeat as needed generation after generation after generation

The modern day material sciences, the new global religion adored by nearly the entire world’s ‘civilized’ population, are thoroughly infiltrated and infused with carefully guarded dogma, blind beliefs, long held assumptions and blatantly obvious taboos. Obvious at least to anyone who steps outside the castle walls and gazes back with a clear and steady eye, not to those still deeply embedded within the meme. The world’s declared religions must regard with envy and awe the degree of blind faith and revered belief the scientific community exhibits in service to the holy scientific grail, that of provable and repeatable scientific ‘truth’ and ‘fact’. Not to mention the degree of blind adoration we plebs exhibit in servitude to all things materially scientific, the ultimate effect of manufacturing consent.

http://www.zerohedge.com/contributed/201...ew-mindset

8. Cardinals in Vatican discuss next Pope

More than 100 Catholic cardinals began talks in Vatican City on Monday to help identify candidates for the papal position.

French cardinal Andre Vingt-Trois told reporters, “We’re going to take as much time as we need to think about what sort of Pope the Church needs now.” “I’d be keen to have a polyglot, a man of faith, a man of dialogue… The new Pope will certainly have to confront problems within the Curia,” Vingt-Trois said.

On February 11, Benedict XVI announced his decision to step down since he was no longer able to carry out his duties because of his age. He resigned after nearly eight years in office on February 28.

http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2013/03/04/...next-pope/
Quote:2. Latest Homeland Security Purchase: Armored Vehicles

The Department of Homeland Security (through the U.S. Army Forces Command) recently retrofitted 2,717 of these ‘Mine Resistant Protected’ vehicles for service on the streets of the United States. The International® MaxxPro® is Navistar Defense’s Mine Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) vehicle and incorporates the latest design in armoring technology. Extensively tested by the military and used in theater today, the MaxxPro features a V-shaped hull and other design features that greatly improve survivability. With so much protection, it’s the vehicle that every crew wants when they’re out in the field.

http://modernsurvivalblog.com/government...t-sweeper/


interesting. I believe the whole thing is a money making scam.

They are using all kinds of fear tactics to sell weapons or equipment. this is CORRUPTION.
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