Tag Archives: 8 December

WakingTimes – Why You Should Question Everything – 8 December 2014

waking_times_logo_6-5-12_1Mike Sygula, Contributor
Waking Times

Throughout our history, on every level in any area of life there always has been some kind of manipulation aiming at achieving self-centered goals and often corrupting official systems. This behavior reflects the selfishness of human nature. It affects everyone without exception in every way. This is why we should always question everything we are told.

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Lisa Gawlas – The Complete Game Changer/Enhancer Of December!! – 8 December 2014

lisagawlas2Boy, isn’t December a mixed bag of tricks already?  I personally am witnessing so many different themes playing out with the people I know.  Varied to a degree I cannot remember seeing before.  For some, the changes they are experiencing are a massive blessing, for others, like skin being ripped from their bodies, but change is change.  I kept asking my team, what the hell do I need to change.  I really love my life,  I love what I do, I’m not sure what or where I need to bring in change.  My team replied back… look at how much weight you have lost and are still loosing (45 pounds so far, yay) THAT is change!!  Really???

When spirit says, change something, do something different… they are not speaking in any one thing, just …anything.  Every ounce of change we apply to ourselves, to some part of our lives, has a dynamic affect on the whole, no matter how insignificant it may seem to you personally. Continue reading

Laura Bruno – 14 Truths About Being an Introvert (That Mainly Introverts Will Understand) – 8 December 2014

laura-of-the-rocksThe holiday season presents so many challenges to introverts. From the idea that one never feels more alone than in a highly connected crowd that doesn’t resonate … to the fact that each of us has at least a tiny introverted part that can feel overwhelmed or excluded by all the holiday parties and obligations … we will find more peace when we make peace with ourselves. This article has been making the rounds online, but I thought I’d post here, because I know so many clients and blog readers are self described introverts.

14 Truths About Being an Introvert (That Mainly Introverts Will Understand)

by Sofia

In her book “Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking“, Susan Cain illustrates how today’s world has created an Extrovert culture; the ideal is to be sociable, loud, bold, and it is so because it resonates with how most of our interactions are nowadays. We are bold and loud all day on our social media; the corporate environment favors the “golden boy/girl”, who wins over investments with daring ideas and a charming personality.

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Steve Lendman – West Wants Putin Deposed – 8 December 2014

StevelendmanRegime change is longstanding US policy. All independent states are targeted. Mainly Washington’s two main rivals – Russia and China.

Long sought US dominance depends on toppling their existing governments. Replacing them with pro-Western vassal ones. Puppet leadership subservient to Washington.

No easy task given their formidable power. Determination to remain independent. Free from outside control.

Especially Washington. Wanting unchallenged world dominance. Perhaps willing to risk nuclear war to achieve it.

Mass annihilation. Ludicrously believing it’ll emerge last man standing. Able to recoup and move on. Continue reading

ActivistPost – Ten Quick Facts You Should Know About The Police State – 8 December 2014

 Logo_activistpost-comJustin King
Activist Post

1. More than 500 American citizens have died after being tased, a device considered “non-lethal.”

2. The yearly cost of the War on Drugs to the American taxpayer is about $40 billion. The estimated cost to end hunger worldwide is $30 billion yearly.

Read the full story at: www.rt.com / link to original article

Arizona Cop Chokehold On 15Yo Girl In Front Of Mother Sparks Fury Online – 8 December 2014

RT logoSocial media anger exploded after footage was released of a female Arizona police officer putting a 15-year-old girl in a chokehold, as the teenager shouted that she was unable to breathe and her mother was begging to stop.

The cell phone footage emerged on Friday and was posted on Facebook. It has since gone viral and received more than 2.5 million views.

The punching incident took place in Mesa, Arizona, on Friday. A witness caught it on video and the cameraman can be heard pointing out, “he just punched her in the face”. “I can’t breathe, I can’t breathe…please…” the girl is screaming.

A bystander approaches, apparently to intervene in the situation, who was later discovered to be the victim’s mother; the girl had apparently been an “emotionally unstable” runaway, according to Luis Paul Santiago, who recorded the incident.

Read the full story at: www.rt.com / link to original article

New Racial-Profiling Rules Don’t Apply To TSA, Border Security, Secret Service – 8 December 2014

RT logoNew federal policing rules will expand protections against racial and ethnic profiling to include gender, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, and gender identity. US Attorney General Eric Holder hopes local law enforcement adopt the guidelines.

The changes update the Guidance Regarding the Use of Race by Federal Law Enforcement Agencies that was issued in June 2003 under President George W. Bush. The 2003 outline barred only profiling based on race and ethnic origin.

Yet the new rules will allow exemptions for some federal agents working under the US Department of Homeland Security, including screeners for the Transportation Safety Administration (TSA), border security officers, and Secret Service members.

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