Daily Archives: November 22, 2013

John Ward – Paedofile Exclusive: The Big BBC-Fit-Up Come Into Focus As Suspects Shown To Be Former Newscorp Scoop Targets – 22 November 2013

copscorptitleJonathan King: time to review his case?

The Met & Newscorp: who’s feeding who?

When the world is crawling with badhats, the main difficulty involved in writing about them is maintaining a focus. A continuing one for me since the arrest of Stuart Hall has been the mass distraction involved in Plod arresting the famous of yesteryear in a blaze of publicity sufficient to make the Met look like addictive pyromaniacs. Continue reading


Seven Volcanoes In Six Countries All Start Erupting Within Hours Of Each Other [video] – 22 November 2013

IntelliHubWow, Gaia’s evolution is on the uptick. It is what it is and has to happen. Try not to worry about it.  Don’t miss the video of Mount Etna. It’s better than fireworks.  ~ BP

November 21, 2013

A new island has appeared in the Pacific. A submarine eruption just off Nishino-Shima Island Japan has erupted for the first time in 40 years. The Japanese Navy noticed the explosions as boiling lava met sea water giving rise to plumes of steam and ash.


Colima Volcano. Image taken from Colima, Mexico (Photo: Wikimedia Commons)

Read the whole article and see pictures and video  at: www.intellihub.com/ link to original article

Apple Repealed: German Politicians To Use Encrypted Phones To Block NSA Spying – 22 November 2013

RT logoMembers of the German government will use encrypted phones as part of ‘urgent’ guidelines to protect against NSA snooping. The encryption software is not compatible with Apple, so Germany will phase out the use of iPhones at government level.

Germany’s two main political parties – the Christian Democratic Union (CDU) and the Social Democratic Party (SPD) – have agreed on new guidelines to ensure ministers are protected from having their communications intercepted by spy agencies. As part of the new regulations, politicians and high-ranking officials will be required to make calls on encrypted phones.

Software approved by Germany’s Bonn Federal Office for Information Security (BSI) will be used to protect phones from outside meddling. The program itself is incompatible with Apple technology, so German ministers will be forbidden from using iPhones for official communications, reports newspaper The Local.

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

Digging In: Why US Won’t Leave Afghanistan – 22 November 2013

RT logoWe came, we saw, we stayed. Forever. That’s the essence of the so-called Bilateral Security Agreement (BSA) to be struck between the Obama administration and Afghanistan – over 12 years after the start of the never-ending War on Terror.

President Obama and US Secretary of State John Kerry define it as a ‘strategic partnership’. If that’s the case, it’s one of the most lopsided in history; Afghan President Hamid Karzai is no more than a sartorially impeccable American puppet.

Kerry announced the so-called BSA in Washington on Wednesday even before a Loya Jirga (‘Grand Council’, in Pashto) of 2,500 Afghan tribal leaders, clerics, members of parliament and merchants started their four-day deliberations in a tent on the grounds of the Polytechnical University in Kabul on Thursday.

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John Ward – Drugs: Rationalising Abuse Is Simply Appeasement Of A Diseased Establishment – 22 November 2013

greencamtitleThe tabloids love to catch “unexpected” people taking drugs. I suppose it’s all part of the maintenance of some vague degree of respect for the dog collar, the public official, the footballer, the celeb, or even the Prime Minister. So it is that everyone’s had a ball in the media catching Paul Flowers scoring some coke, but nobody was terribly interested in why he was at the Co-Op in the first place….and the hypocrisy behind it. ‘Dopehead in Drugs Sting Media Frenzy’ sells more Redtops than ‘MPs in 100% silence conspiracy to swindle the poor’. Continue reading

Steve Lendman – Longstanding Anti-Iranian Sentiment – 22 November 2013

StevelendmanWashington didn’t attack, invade and occupy Afghanistan to leave. Permanent occupation is planned.
NBC News headlined “Endless Afghanistan? US-Afghan agreement would keep troops in place and funds flowing, perhaps indefinitely,” saying:
“While many Americans have been led to believe the war in Afghanistan will soon be over, a draft of a key US-Afghan security deal obtained by NBC News shows the United States is prepared to maintain military outposts in Afghanistan for many years to come, and pay to support hundreds of thousands of Afghan security forces.” Continue reading

TheOne-DreamDreamer – The Silence Of LOVE – 22 November 2013


The best distinction I can think of that describes LOVE vs ego is the Silence the first one brings and the noise the second one creates.

LOVE is Silent! And so is anything done out of LOVE, or with LOVE, or In LOVE. For LOVE does not need explanations, it needs no one to validate it or believe in it and is not done out of expectations as LOVE IS. It needs no one to congratulate or to write about it, nor does it talk about itself. It IS. And that for LOVE is ALL that counts. To BE.  And let all that is LOVE BE! Continue reading

WakingTimes – Mrinalini Erkenswick Watsa – The Quicksilver Demon: Rogue Gold-Mining is the World’s Largest Source Of Mercury Pollution – 22 November 2013

waking_times_logo_6-5-12_1In 1956, in the quiet seaside town of Minamata on the southwestern coast of Japan’s Kyushu Island, cats began to behave very strangely. They convulsed, displayed excessive salivation, and gradually lost the ability to walk. Then, dead birds began to fall out of the sky. Shellfish opened and decomposed. Fish also displayed abnormal behaviors, eventually floating up to the surface of the Shiranui Sea. Many of the ailing cats wandered into the sea and drowned. Soon, there were no more cats alive in the area. Continue reading

IrishExaminer – Typhoon Victims Refuse To Eat ‘Tainted’ Fish – 22 November 2013

Irish Examiner

Rural communities hit by the super typhoon in the Philippines are refusing to eat fish for fear it may contain human remains, while their livelihoods were also destroyed during the coastal destruction.

By Juno McEnroe Political Reporter

Business in Roxas, the fishing capital of the Philippines, has come to a halt with its industry left in limbo while shanty towns made of bamboo on the same island have nearly all been levelled.

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IrishExaminer – Google Boss Says Censorship Will End In A Decade – 22 November 2013

Irish Examiner

Google boss Eric Schmidt has predicted that censorship could come to an end in a decade through the use of encryption to overcome government surveillance.

By Alina Selyukh

The head of the world’s biggest web search firm made a pitch for ending censorship in China and other countries with restricted freedom of speech, by connecting everyone to the internet and protecting their communication from spying.

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