Daily Archives: April 21, 2014

Sophia Love – April 21st Update – 21 April 2014

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Good Day Sophia and Everyone! Happy Easter to You – the Celebration of Birth and Rebirth/Reincarnation! This is not a christian-only Celebration, it was celebrated since ancient times, this is a time when children are being “made”. This is when Great Circle – Circle of Life begins!

Sunday was an Easter, it was an influx of a lot of great feelings during this date! Notice that Easter was both catholic and orthodox, this is quite rare when two churches have aligned Easter on one date, plus Blood Moon was aligned with one of the jewish tradition’s feasts
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James Corbett – The Corbett Report – Citizen Kane – FLNWO #14 – 21 April 2014

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This month on Film, Literature and the New World Order James teams up with James Evan Pilato of MediaMonarchy.com to dissect the man, the myth and the legend of Citizen Kane. From the brilliance of the film’s production to an examination of the Hearst/Kane/Welles parallels to a discussion about art attacking power, this wide-ranging podcast covers it all.

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‘Kiev Desperately Pushing For Greater Conflict With Russia’ – 21 April 2014

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The Ukrainian authorities seek to escalate conflict with Russia so as to call for the support of the West, NATO and the EU, while Right Sector plays the role of the illegal infantry of the Kiev government, journalist Manuel Ochsenreiter told RT.

RT: Do you think the shoot-out in Slavyansk on the weekend indicates the interim authorities in Kiev are losing control?

Manuel Ochsenreiter: No, this would be the most Kiev-friendly explanation of the incident of Saturday night. What we witness now is just one of a countless series of provocations which take place by Kiev. Kiev really desperately tries to get into a bigger conflict with Russia. The background of this is very easy – to call for the support of the West, to call for the support of NATO as well as of the EU. So I don’t think that this incident is a sign of losing control. Maybe Kiev would like it to look like that, but in reality this is just an organized provocation against the people of eastern Ukraine who desperately want to have a federation or even to become officially Russian, and against of course Russia to get more support from the West.

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Russia: ‘Enshrine Right To Videotape Police Into Law’ – MP – 21 April 2014

RT logoA leftist lawmaker has prepared an amendment reiterating the right of citizens and organizations to record police officers’ actions on video, in order to introduce more openness and transparency.

The Russian Constitution already has a norm guaranteeing all citizens the right to free search, obtaining, transfer, production and distribution of information. Technically, records of police officers’ actions fall under this rule. However, law enforcers sometimes oppose attempts to capture their actions on video, quoting the laws on personal data and even the regulations concerning state secrets.

Oleg Mikheyev of the Fair Russia party holds that such incidents could be prevented once the law on police is amended with the description of documenting procedures, including audio and video recording. He noted that the law on police was chosen because this is the primary act used by police in their work and once it is altered there would be no misunderstandings.

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NaturalSociety – Christina Sarich – Colorado Crime Rates Down 14.6% Since Legalizing Marijuana – 21 April 2014

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Guess what happens when marijuana is legalized? Not only do you not have to steal it, but it also makes your state tons of cash while dropping crime rates in every conceivable fashion. At least that’s what some stats are showing. Even though many Denver city officials, including Mayor Michael Hancock, fought pot legalization tooth and nail saying it would cause increases in petty crimes and even sexual assault, just three months after Colorado voters helped pass the legalization of marijuana, Denver is enjoying a 14.6% decrease in crime from the same time last year.

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US Lawmakers Call On Sanctions Against Gazprom, Russian Banks – 21 April 2014

RT logoWashington is inching closer to imposing a tighter financial grip on Russia. The next round of sanctions could target more banks and the heart of the Russian economy – the energy sector. In sights is Gazprom, Russia’s largest natural gas producer.

Two members of the US Senate Committee on Foreign Relations on Sunday called for more stringent business-aimed sanctions against Russia, as tension in Ukraine continues to test diplomacy between Washington and Moscow.

US Senator Bob Corker (R-Tennessee), said the US should apply pressure on Gazprom and other lucrative financial arms of the state if Russia doesn’t withdraw troops from the Ukrainian border.

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US Constitutional Convention: Power To People Or Right-Wing Battle Tactic? – 21 April 2014

RT logoAuthor: Currently a Research Associate at the INSYTE Group, Dr. Roslyn Fuller has previously lectured at Trinity College and the National University of Ireland. She tweets at @roslynfuller

Once upon a time, when knickerbockers were the rage and a gentleman could not sally forth without a fashionable white wig perched upon his natural locks, something truly remarkable happened.

The leaders in 13 British colonies below the St. Lawrence Seaway decided that they’d had enough of British rule and that they were going to form their own government. And not only that – their new country was going to be so big and so rich that it would one day put Britain in the shade. But that wasn’t going to happen without central organization.

Not everyone was enamored of this plan – many of the local farmers liked to keep things more grassroots. They penned castigating letters to newspaper editors, complaining that they had left Europe for a reason and were quite satisfied with local government the way it was. Considering these differences, the people in the 13 States (so recently colonies) called a convention to sort it all out. And at that fateful convention those who favored a big country and central government stole a march on their opponents, drafted a Constitution and pushed it through at State level tout suite in circumstances that are still controversial.

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