Daily Archives: May 8, 2014

UK Column News – 8 May 2014

Uploaded on 8 May 2014  by ukcolumn Louise Collins and Brian Gerrish with today’s news update from the UK Column.

Ariah Velasquez – Being Your Amazing, Unique Self- 8 May 2014

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Hello! I’m back. Until…well, the next time.  Yes, it’s been a while since I’ve done one of these, but I know they are helpful.  This is one of my ways I have been called to be of service.  So enjoy, this latest infusion of honesty, spirit, and insights.  I have undergone my own metamorphosis, lightening more of my human load. May this translate into a balance between joyfulness while holding the “seriousness” of these matters :).  You could say, it was the Mystic Christ that did it, deepening my love for all, and for self.  And that Mystic Christ is me and you.  We are the living body of the Christ manifested now in several forms.  Or the living body of whichever Ascended forms you relate to.  Perhaps it’s the Buddha.  It’s all one anyway. Basically we are ascended humans living in bodies…at least we always are in one time and space.  You see, all time is now. Multiple realities exist all at once.  It’s ok if you don’t believe this fully.  Try the idea on for maybe a day, and see how it feels. See if it allows you to live life more as the way you want to live. And that leads me gracefully into todays topic.

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Putin To Meet Obama, Merkel At WWII Normandy Landing Anniversary In France – 8 May 2014

RT logoRussian President Vladimir Putin will meet Barack Obama and other Western leaders for the first time since the outbreak of the Ukrainian crisis when he attends a World War II anniversary in Normandy, France.

Russia’s ambassador to France, Aleksandr Orlov, was first to speak about Putin’s arrival at the ceremony, with his words later confirmed by presidential press secretary Dmitry Peskov.

Obama and German Chancellor, Angela Merkel, as well as Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II, are among those who will participate in the 70th anniversary of the D-Day landings on June 6.

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The New Cold War: Libya, Syria, And The Ukraine – 8 May 2014

RT logoAuthor: Dr. Can Erimtan is an independent scholar residing in İstanbul, with a wide interest in the politics, history and culture of the Balkans and the Greater Middle East. He tweets at @theerimtanangle

Syria’s not-so-civil war has been going strong for more than three years now and recently the news agency Reuters reported that “[a]t least 150,000 people have been killed” in that time span.

The figure cited by Reuters is based on data provided by the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights. In spite of the fact that this source has been popping up all over the news media throughout the past three years, in the process receiving a veneer of academic impartiality and respectability, Reuters’ Mohammed Abbas disclosed at the end of 2011, that the organization is basically run by one man, Rami Abdulrahman, from his “two bedroom terraced home in Coventry”. Abbas describes Abdulrahman as “a Sunni Muslim” opposed to the Assad regime in Damascus. In fact, Abdulrahman explained his position in the following terms: “I came to Britain the day Hafez al-Assad died, and I’ll return when Bashar al-Assad goes”. Hence, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights can hardly be seen as an impartial source providing accurate data. Instead, it appears it is a propaganda outfit frantically feeding anti-Assad messages into the global news stream.

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Moscow: Kiev’s Reaction Obstructs OSCE Efforts To Resolve Ukraine Crisis – 8 May 2014

RT logoKiev’s reaction has jeopardized the OSCE’s efforts to start an inclusive national dialogue in Ukraine, the Russian Foreign Ministry said in a statement.

Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has expressed “deep concern” at Kiev’s official reaction to proposals on resolving the Ukrainian crisis reached by President Putin and OSCE Chairperson-in-Office and Swiss President Didier Burkhalter during negotiations in Moscow on Wednesday.

“Reaction to the results of the Putin-Burkhalter meeting is a matter of deep concern as it effectively puts into question the prospects of the OSCE’s efforts to launch an inclusive national dialogue,” Lavrov said in a phone call with his German counterpart, Frank-Walter Steinmeier.

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‘Main Point Of Putin’s Proposal Is To Avoid A New Confrontation Over Ukraine’ – 8 May 2014

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There is support in Europe and Russia to avoid further confrontation over Ukraine, and the Russian president’s road map for the Ukrainian crisis has the same goal, Lawrence Freeman from Executive Intelligence Review Magazine told RT.

RT: The Russian President Putin asked the south-eastern regions of Ukraine to postpone the planned autonomy referendum which would take place on May 11. If the autonomy vote does get delayed, is that a sign of a potential diplomatic way forward to resolve the conflict?

Lawrence Freeman: I think President Putin is actually strategically handling the situation quite well because he knows that there are people who would like to see this conflict escalate into a major war. So he is outmaneuvering the people behind this, people around the British Empire crowd and financial crowd, and he is doing a good job of it. So this proposal by him is a way of a game avoiding a new confrontation with people that would like to have it with Russia.

RT: The US State Department still doesn’t think Russia is doing enough. What else do they expect Moscow to do?

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NaturalNews – L.J. Devon – U.S. Wastes $2.9 Billion Growing GMOs Banned In China – 8 May 2014

NaturalNewss Logo-April-2014(NaturalNews) A new report from the National Grain and Feed Association reveals that over a million tons of genetically modified corn coming from the US has been blocked at Chinese imports since late 2013.

The US agriculture industry has since then taken a $2.9 billion hit, as the GMO corn shipments are turned down. According to the report, US corn exports to China are down 85 percent since January, when compared to figures obtained in early 2013.

The GMO corn, manufactured from Syngenta AG, is named Agrisure Viptera corn. It has been waiting for approval in Beijing for the past four years. With only industry-ran safety studies to go by, Chinese regulators continue to mull the decision to approve it. Continue reading

Wes Annac – Enlightenment Really Is The Purpose Of Life – 8 May 2014

wes-annac-300x229Written by Wes Annac, The Aquarius Paradigm

Lately, I’ve been going out of my way to look for things that’ll light the fire within – that’ll motivate and inspire me to work with as much passion as possible.

I obviously enjoy this work, and I’ve been developing it with each article I write and each communication with my higher self and guides, but inspiration runs dry every now and then and this leaves me with the feeling that I’m not acting on my purpose; my reason for being on this planet at this important juncture in its evolution. Continue reading

CommonDreams – Thanks To Snowden, House Moves Forward On Anti-Spying Legislation – 8 May 2014

common-dreamsThanks to Snowden, House Moves Forward on Anti-Spying Legislation

Privacy advocates say USA Freedom Act a good step forward, but lacks full measures needed

– Andrea Germanos, staff writer

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Aisha North – The Manuscript Of Survival – Part 415 – 8 May 2014

AishaNorthThe tide of humanity has indeed passed a crucial point by now, and as these surges of energetic information keep washing over you, you will find yourself seeing the density of yesterday with a sharper eye than before. Let us explain. Again, what you see is not an accurate representation of what you are truly getting, and even if this is not news to any of you, we will still maintain the need to remind you of it. For as you still see reality very much through the eyes of a human, you will also continue to overlook the truth that lies beneath this veil of confusion. It is not hidden from view, rather, it is kept from your perception by your insistence to focus on the overlaying layers of intrusion and confusion. And so, what is there in full view will seem as if hidden in a mist, a mist of much speculation, frustration and indeed anger at times, for you will feel as if pushing and pushing on an impenetrable wall of light that resists to let you enter. Well, that is not the case, but again this is all in the eye of the beholder, and as long as the beholder has chosen to maintain a distance to the layers within, so the veil will seem to thicken instead of opening up. And so, what is there to discover will seem to become more and more elusive as those thin layers obscuring them all will seem to grow thicker and more miasmic by the day. Continue reading