Daily Archives: July 30, 2014

Wes Annac – Oversoul Teachings: Proudly Shining Your Light – 30 July 2014

wes-annac-300x229Channeled through Wes Annac, The Culture of Awareness

When you can surrender the mind and ego to the flow of energy and information you’re being given from the higher realms, you’ll see that striving has never been inherently required to find the higher state of consciousness you seek.

You’ll see that little is required beyond the surrender of the lower facets of your consciousness that’d keep you held back forever if they were allowed, and you’ll see that simply retreating into the flow of higher-vibrational information/energy is among the best things you can do for yourselves. Continue reading

TheIndependent – British Airways To Be Sued Over Pilot Sexual Abuse Claims – 30 July 2014

The Independent

Simon Wood ‘took his own life’ after he was charged with child abuse offences

TheIndependent – Jimmy Savile Charity ‘To Challenge Victims Compensation Scheme’ – Despite Not Being Required To Cover Costs – 30 July 2014

The Independent

Agreed scheme would see money for victims recovered from Savile estate, NHS and BBC

By Adam Withnall

A charity set up in Jimmy Savile’s name is trying to challenge an agreed system of compensation for his sex abuse victims, lawyers have said.

Read the full story at: www.independent.co.uk / link to original article

TheIndependent – Rolf Harris Sex Offences: Calls For Heavier Sentence Dismissed – 30 July 2014

The Independent

Attorney general says term will not be referred to the Court of Appeal

By Jamie Grierson

Quote: Calls for entertainer Rolf Harris to serve a longer term for sex offences have been dismissed by the Government’s chief legal adviser.

Read the full story at: www.independent.co.uk / link to original article

Jon Rappoport – Explosive: Australia, ‘Better Slave Than Dead’ – 30 July 2014

jon7Remember the name “Pine Gap.” It lies at the heart of this story.

I’ve always thought Australians were more blunt and forthright than Americans. I don’t know if that’s true, but the current debate about total surveillance in the Land Down Under is cutting to the bone.

The government wants to tax the Australian people so it can use giant telecoms to collect wall to wall “metadata” on them. (Pay us so we can spy on you.)

The Age newspaper reports on an Australian senate inquiry into the plan: Continue reading

Russia: US Claims On Nuclear Missiles Treaty Unsubstantiated, We Have Questions Too – 30 july 2014

RT logoMoscow has slammed Washington’s allegations that Russia breached the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty, calling the claims unsubstantiated. It added Russia also has complaints about the US’s fulfillment of their obligations under the treaty.
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John Ward – Des Livraisons Dangereuses – 30 July 2014

JohnWThink of this post as a sort of personal commentary on the correlation between globalist one-size-fits-all drivel, and communitarian entrepreneurship.

During the five months of my house restoration here in France, these are the elements that got in the way:

1. Delivery of door from a large European manufacturer that was two weeks late, wrongly sized, and not pure oak as advertised

2. Delivery of spiral staircase from a large European retailer that was three weeks late, and so badly designed I had to call in a local artisan to fix it

3. Delivery of washing machine from a large European retailer that flooded the kitchen the first time it was used

4. Supply of paint from a large European retailer which was old stock and useless, but which they refused to take back

Both literally and metaphorically, globalism doesn’t deliver.

www.hat4uk.wordpress.com / link to original article