Daily Archives: August 1, 2014

US Senate Passes Emergency Funding For Israel’s Iron Dome – 1 August 2014

RT logoUS Senate unanimously supported on Friday legislation to give Israel emergency funding for its Iron Dome missile system.

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Hyper Report – 140801 – Getting Poorer – 1 August 2014

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Argentina Blames US Authorities For Triggering Default – 1 August 2014

RT logoArgentina has accused the US of judicial malpractice and threatened to take it to the International Court of Justice, as it allowed two small hedge funds drag Buenos Aires into default and made creditors and ordinary people suffer.

The majority of bond holders agreed to write-off two thirds of Argentina’s debt held since it defaulted in 2001-2002. However a group of hedge funds, or as Argentina calls them “vulture fund” investors, who did not agree to the write-off, are now insisting on full payment of all the debt.

The problem arose after the US court prevented Argentina paying $539 million to its creditors, saying it should first pay $1.5 billion to compensate those investors who never accepted the restructuring deal.

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‘Wrong Time, Altered Images’: Moscow Slams Kiev’s MH17 Satellite Data – 1 August 2014

The satellite image on the left was provided by the Russian Defense Ministry on 14 July, 2014. On the right is the image that Kiev claims were taken by its satellites on July 16, 2014. Image from mil.ru
The satellite image on the left was provided by the Russian Defense Ministry on 14 July, 2014. On the right is the image that Kiev claims were taken by its satellites on July 16, 2014. Image from mil.ru

Satellite images Kiev published as ‘proof’ it didn’t deploy anti-aircraft batteries around the MH17 crash site carry altered time-stamps and are from days after the MH17 tragedy, the Russian Defense Ministry has revealed.

The images, which Kiev claims were taken by its satellites at the same time as those taken by Russian satellites, are neither Ukrainian nor authentic, according to Moscow’s statement.

The Defense Ministry said the images were apparently made by an American KeyHole reconnaissance satellite, because the two Ukrainian satellites currently in orbit, Sich-1 and Sich-2, were not positioned over the part of Ukraine’s Donetsk Region shown in the pictures.

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TheIndependent – Rolf Harris Launching Appeal Against Sex Assault Convictions – 1 August 2014

The independent

Lawyers for the 84-year-old have lodged papers at Court of Appeal

By Magaret Davis

Quote: The disgraced entertainer Rolf Harris has applied for permission to appeal against his convictions for a string of indecent assaults.

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Russia And EU To Suffer Equally From New Western Sanctions – 1 August 2014

RT logoThe Russian economy will not collapse due to EU sanctions, with the economies of both suffering almost the same, Russia’s permanent representative to the EU Vladimir Chizhov said on Friday.

“The banking sector will face certain difficulties, we’ll have to revise the terms of some projects, including those with European participation,” he said. “But the Russian economy has sufficient resources to tackle these problems,” as ITAR-TASS quotes Chizhov talking in Brussels.

He also said the economic damage to EU countries will be comparable, or maybe bigger, than that to the Russian economy.

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Hard To Forget: Google Faces Problems In Complying With EU Privacy Ruling – 1 August 2014

RT logoGoogle says that complying with the EU court ruling is difficult as some requests from users who want to be forgotten contain “false and inaccurate information.”

“We generally have to rely on the requester for information, without assurance beyond the requester’s own assertions as to its accuracy. Some requests turn out to have been made with false and inaccurate information,” Google said in a letter to the European Court of Justice (ECJ).

The letter, written by Peter Fleischer, Google’s Global Privacy Counsel, contains responses to the questionnaire that the ECJ sent to Google. It also listed some challenges that the Internet giant faced while complying the rule.
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Wes Annac – Who Is Ra? – Part 5: The Destruction Of Maldek – 1 August 2014

Written by Wes Annac, The Culture of Awareness

Previously, we learned about the ‘wanderers’ who answered the call to incarnate on the Earth and help humanity find the light. We also learned about the destruction of Mars’ atmosphere and its people’s subsequent incarnation on Earth, and now, we’re going to learn about another planet of people who came to Earth after destroying their atmosphere.

Maybe some of you have heard of the planet ‘Maldek’, which is believed to have been destroyed by the warfare of its people. Mars wasn’t the only planet to be deemed uninhabitable because of its people’s wars, and apparently, the people of Maldek also chose to come to the earth after they could no longer physically live on their planet. Continue reading

Wes Annac – Oversoul Teachings: Beautiful Works Of Spiritually Inspired Art – Part 1/2 – 1 August 2014

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

The higher selves and guides of each of you are with you, waiting for you to realize and act on our constant presence around you, and if you find it difficult to connect with us, we recommend meditation or anything else that helps you attune to the higher vibration descending onto your minds and hearts.

The Company of Heaven can be sought and connected with whenever the inspiration arises to connect, and those of you who seem to experience misconnections are encouraged to do whatever you can to lighten and refine your vibration before channeling us. Continue reading

WashingtonExaminer – Congress Passes Highway Bill Hours Before Deadline – 1 August 2014

Washington Examiner

By Sean Lengell

After several delays, Congress voted late Thursday to keep federal highway money flowing to states just hours ahead of a midnight deadline.

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