Daily Archives: February 18, 2014

Jon Rappoport – Psychology And The Creative Force – 18 February 2014

jon7The whole thrust of psychology, during its history, has been “resolution of the negative.”

I fully realize that psychology covers a wide territory, and there are exceptions to the rule. But all in all, the modern field of therapy is focused on “solving issues.”

Remedying problems whose roots are thought to be in the past.

Psychological “research” is fashioned to resemble the conventional practice of medicine, in which “negative elements are removed.” Continue reading

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CommonDreams – Chevron To Residents: Sorry We Fracked Up Your Town With That Toxic Out-of-Control Fire and Killed That Guy, Have A Free Pizza On Us! (Special Combo Only) – 18 February 2014

by Abby Zimet

Chevron felt so bad about blowing up part of the small town of Bobtown, Pennsylvania with a deadly, days-long fracking fire that their “Community Outreach Team” sent out a sweet letter to terrified residents saying how bad they felt about the “incident” and included a gift coupon to Bobtown Pizza for – yes! – a free pizza. AND a free soda! Understandably, though, because their profits last year were down to about $21 billion, no toppings. Not from The Onion, which is the problem.

sort of – the certificate is good for a “special combo only.” Remember, Chevron’s yearly profits declined in 2013 and the firm made just barely over $21 billion. You weren’t really expected pepperoni, too, were you? (Note: the pizza certi
Read more at http://www.philly.com/philly/blogs/attytood/Chevron-Endure-our-fracking-fire-and-the-pizzas-on-us.html#z1c28APLO1FZVYfT.9

“Chevron recognizes the effect this has had on the community.  We value being a responsible member of this community and will continue to strive to achieve incident-free operations.”

www.commondreams.org / link to original article

Lisa Gawlas – No Title, Just A Sharing! <3 And A Happy Return To Pisces <3 (Wink) – 18 February 2014

lisagawlas2I wasn’t going to write a sharing this morning, but obviously, I had a change of heart, thanx to a video on my facebook wall by my son.  Less the video, more my son, both equally exquisite and opened a door of so much understanding within me…. instantly!  (By the way, the single “fish” representing Pisces here is purposeful. (smile)

On the 16th, just before my last scheduled appointment of the day, I felt it.  My throat started hurting, swelling, creating a minor cough.  All I could feel inside of myself is… NOT AGAIN!! Continue reading

Laura Bruno – A Grievous Sin – 18 February 2014

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Colette shares some important thoughts on the TTIP treaty under as secret negotiations as the dreaded TPP on the other side of the US. “I call this manifestation of utter madness, GMOs, a weapon, because that is precisely what it is…and a weapon that will cause more devastation to the environment than anything concocted in laboratories ever before!” I’ve posted before about flushing the TPP down the toilet with strong intention for purging magick, but that suggestion holds true for all these treaties, including the big one they’re based upon: Codex Alimentarius. Where’s the vanishing cream and banishing scream? Are we really going to give these sickos total control over our food? Not if I can help it. … But it will take strong determination, non-compliance, intention and a willingness to fight for real food. Julian Rose’s book, “In Defense of Life” calls this what it is — a fight for life. How much do we value life? Continue reading

Spain’s Biggest Lender Santander Fined €16.9 Mn For Mis-Selling – 18 February 2014

RT logoSpanish banking has suffered another blow, after its biggest lender Banco Santander was fined €16.9 million for not revealing to some bond buyers “necessary information” ahead of the financial crisis.

The bank, also the Euro zone’s biggest by market value, had committed a “very grave infraction” while selling its so-called Valores bonds, said the Comisión Nacional del Mercado de Valores (CNMV), the country’s stock market regulator.

In 2007 Santander sold €7 billion of its convertible bonds as it needed money to acquire the Dutch financial group ABN Amro, the Financial Times (FT) reports. But the financial crisis sent Santander’s shares plummeting, which translated into huge losses for investors.

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

Four Dead In Thai Clashes, PM Faces Corruption Charges – 18 February 2014

RT logoThe Thai police’s attempt to dismantle protest camps in Bangkok has ended in violent clashes, four deaths, and over 60 people injured. Simultaneously, an anti-corruption body filed charges against the Prime Minister, which may prompt impeachment.

The violent stand-off between protesters and police in Bangkok was sparked on Tuesday by an operation called the “Peace for Bangkok Mission”, during which 15,000 officers tried to clear protest sites around government offices in the capital.

Erawan Medical Center, which monitors city hospitals, said, according to AP, that three civilians and a police officer died, and 64 others were injured in the clashes, including a journalist working for Hong Kong’s Phoenix TV.

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

NaturalNews – Ethan A. Huff – Corrupt Judge Sentenced To 30 Years In Prison For Jailing Innocent Children In ‘Kids For Cash’ Scheme – 18 February 2014

Naturalnews-Logo2(NaturalNews) A former county judge from Pennsylvania has been sentenced to 28 years in federal prison for reportedly abusing the criminal justice system by illegally jailing thousands of innocent children for cash. Mark Ciavarella Jr. was recently found guilty of accepting $1 million in bribes from the builders of two private juvenile detention centers in Luzerne County, which profited heavily from the many false convictions that filled its cells with innocent kids. Continue reading