Daily Archives: December 10, 2013

Laura Bruno – Bringing The Garden Indoors – 10 December 2013

laura-of-the-rocksSeveral people have inquired if I’m growing any food indoors this year. Initially, my answer was, “No! I burned out on deadheading last winter’s basil. Every. Single. Day.” In the past few weeks, though, I’ve reconsidered, taking cuttings of some favorite non-cold-hardy plants like pineapple sage: Continue reading

ActivistPost – Brandon Turbeville – Seymour Hersh Confirms Obama Lied About Syria Chemical Weapons Attacks – 10 December 2013

Logo_activistpost-comAlmost five months after the chemical weapons attacks that took place in the Ghouta region of Syria, legendary reporter and revealer of American war crimes such as My Lai and Abu Grahib, Seymour Hersh, has revealed yet another bombshell of information – specifically that the Obama Administration intentionally misrepresented information that was used to claim Assad and the Syrian government was responsible for the attack. Continue reading

John Ward – Exclusive: How Jobcentre Plus Statistics Are Being Inflated To Support Osborne’s Economic Growth Fiction – 10 December 2013

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bigcheatsIn the December 17th 2012 edition of Smoke Signals, The Slog predicted that JobCentre privatisation ‘may yet turn into one of the major scandals of Camerlot government’. It looks like this might have been one of my more prescient forecasts. Continue reading

DealBook – Swiss Bank Becomes First To Participate In U.S. Tax Deal – 10 December 2013

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By JULIA WERDIGIER

LONDON – Valiant Bank, a small Swiss bank, became the first in Switzerland to say that it would sign up to a deal with the United States aimed at ending a three-year tax evasion dispute with Switzerland.

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HyperReport – Obamawreck Boycott – 10 December 2013

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Lucas – Remember Now – 10 December 2013

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If I thought of tomorrow I would be death by now.

If I thought of yesterday I would be in constant nostalgia and regret of what I had not done now.

If I think of today I am just living that was comes upon my path and is NOW.

Just remember to live life in the now.

The beauty you could have had or the beauty that would be is not important if you all have it here right now.

Love and Light,

Lucas

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Blossom Goodchild – 10 December 2013

bloss_270711Good morning! Are you well? Quite a lot of things going round in my head so we will get going straight away if we may?

This is perfectly in order and we are happy to oblige you in answering matters that may be quizzically in the forefront of your mind.

Okedokey. It came to me that many people are attuned to different things and dare I say different Truths regarding the Ascension and The Event. Yet each one is of good intent I am sure … and therefore coming from ‘their Truth’. Yet surely someone / some channels have to be wrong? I mean it could even be you! For instance … either the Comet ISON is or is not a space ship … some are saying it is … and The Event either is or is not going to take place … could we have some clarification on this please? Continue reading

Geoengineering Confirmed Right Now! – 10 December 2013

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Rule That Curbs Bank Risk-Taking Nears Approval – 10 December 2013

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By ALEXANDRA STEVENSON

Updated, 10:26 p.m. | Wall Street is entering an uncertain new era as the rule that has come to symbolize Washington’s efforts to rein in financial risk-taking finally takes hold.

Five years after the financial crisis, federal regulators are poised to approve the so-called Volcker Rule, the keystone of the most sweeping overhaul of financial regulation since the Depression. The rule, a copy of which was reviewed by The New York Times, imposes some requirements that are tougher than the banks had hoped.

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Steve Lendman – Bolivarianism Triumphs – 10 December 2013

StevelendmanOn Sunday, Venezuelans voted. They did so for the 19th time since Chavez took office in February 1999.
They elected municipal mayors and other local officials. Nearly 2,800 positions were up for grabs. Ruling United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV) candidates registered impressive victories.
In Caracas’ Bolivar Square, President Nicolas Maduro triumphantly told assembled supporters: Continue reading