Daily Archives: November 1, 2014

Hyper Report – Happy Halloween – 141030 – 1 November 2014

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James Corbett – The Corbett Report – Interview 963 – The BFP Roundtable On The Marketing Of Islamic Terror – 1 November 2013

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On this edition of the BFP Roundtable the panel gets into a lively discussion on the marketing of the “ISIS” brand of “Islamic Terror.” But if the terror boogeyman is the product, then who’s the customer and who are they buying from? Join Peter, Sibel, Guillermo and James for an uncensored conversation on terror, black ops, boogeymen and blowbac

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‘This Is Apartheid!’ Israeli Minister Blasts Bus Segregation For Palestinians – 1 November 2014

RT logoRequests for separate buses for Palestinians in Israel are “unacceptable” and resemble “apartheid,” the country’s Justice Minister said, adding that this kind of discrimination is banned by Israeli law.

“It’s intolerable, the claims that they [the settlers] need their own buses, because one [Palestinian] didn’t get up for a woman or an elderly person, and another wasn’t nice to them. This is apartheid!” Israeli Justice Minister Tzipi Livni said.

“That’s something I find unacceptable, and I’ll work against it,” she vowed. “This is discrimination that’s forbidden by Israeli law.”

Livni’s statements come after the country’s Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon decided that West Bank Arabs working in Israel should have their own segregated public buses when traveling to and from Israel via a single crossing.

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Ferguson Cop Who Shot Michael Brown ‘Unlikely To Face Civil Rights Charges’ – 1 November 2014

RT logoThe white police officer who shot and killed unarmed black teenager Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, is unlikely to face federal civil rights charges for his role in the incident, according to a Friday report by the Washington Post.

Officials familiar with the ongoing civil rights investigation conducted by the Justice Department stated that detectives feel there is not sufficient evidence to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that Officer Darren Wilson willfully violated Brown’s rights,the reportclaimed.

If true, the news would underscore the difficulty of proving if and when an officer intends to violate an individual’s civil rights.

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Ann Albers – Messages From Ann And The Angels – 1 November 2014

AnnandtheAngelsMESSAGE FROM THE ANGELS

My dear friends, we love you so very much,

Within you, the love permeating the entire universe exists, waiting to be expressed. Your life here upon the earth is a series of choices as to how you will bring that love to the surface. What matters most at the end of your life is not what you have accomplished, not what you have produced, not how much money you made, nor how good you looked, but simply how you loved.

So if you lived in poverty your whole life but loved and appreciated everyone in it, we would call your life an incredible success. If you built monuments but lived without love we would give you great compassion as you realize that your life was not what you had hoped it would be before you came to earth. Continue reading

Albuquerque Police Face Sweeping Reforms After Excessive Force Allegations – 1 November 2014

RT logoThe beleaguered Albuquerque Police Department in New Mexico has reached a deal with the Department of Justice to overhaul many of its practices. The reforms come amid protests fueled by the department fatally shooting nearly 30 people in four years.

Sweeping in scope, the reforms involve new training and recruitment procedures and field supervision of officers, and will require the department to employ body cameras on its officers. Additionally, the APD will begin monitoring every use of a Taser, and officers will have to report every time they point a gun at another individual, regardless of whether or not it is fired, the Albuquerque Journal reported.

All of these changes, plus others, will be overseen by new monitoring groups, including a civilian oversight committee that will work independently from the police department.

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How Much Tax Money Gets Paid To EU? Europeans Don’t Know, RT Poll Reveals – 1 November 2014

RT logoMost Europeans have no idea how much they pay the EU in taxes and are unable to correctly place Baroness Catherine Ashton within the bureaucratic system, a poll performed by RT in 10 European capitals has revealed.

RT correspondents interviewed nearly 200 people on the streets of Barcelona, Lisbon, Rome, Prague, Paris, Bratislava, Warsaw, Athens, London, and Berlin.

Those surveyed were asked to answer four questions about the European Union in which they live – including the whereabouts of the European Commission’s home, its top officials, and the contribution made by their country to the bloc’s budget.

The first question – Where is the European Commission headquarters located? – was the easiest and caused few problems to the respondents.

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Blossom Goodchild – 1 November 2014

bloss arizona biggerHere we are again then! Hello chaps! A few questions on the ‘Board game’, if I may? These are common questions from readers, well actually, if I’m to be honest … two!

Good heart and cheer to you also, Blossom. We are ready to commence.

Thank you. So … what happens when we reach the end of the board game? Does our energy integrate once again with the Oneness?

This is … as are most … a question that one would consider aborting before beginning … as it is a very complex one. Yet, we shall do our best to satisfy these queries. Continue reading

Dutch PM: Investigators Access MH17 Crash Site, Collect More Remains – 1 November 2014

RT logoAn international team of investigators has managed to recover more human remains from the crash site of Malaysia Airlines flight 17 in eastern Ukraine, the Dutch prime minister has announced, adding that the number of remains is unspecified.

“Today the circumstances allowed for a small team to travel to the crash site and we grabbed the opportunity with both hands,” Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte told journalists at a briefing in The Hague.

A team of Ukrainian, Dutch, and European emergency workers has managed to gain access to the site, where the plane’s wreckage is still scattered from the July 17 crash.
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