Daily Archives: November 14, 2014

Vivienne Westwood Backtracks After ‘Poor People Should Eat Less’ Advice – 14 November 2014

RT logoFashion legend Vivienne Westwood has denied allegations that she instructed poor people to “eat less” in order to afford organic food. The comments, which she claims were misconstrued, were made at a GMO forum on Wednesday.

“My comments were related to eating less meat,” she said in an effort to set the record straight.

“People are eating far too much factory farmed meat and junk food which is bad for you and not providing the nutrients you need. You can source good food and farmed meat for less money,” Westwood told the Huffington Post on Thursday.

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Not Alone: New Radar Data Indicates Other Jets On MH17 Course Before Crash – 14 November 2014

RT logoNew radar data indicating that military aircraft were in the air near Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 when it crashed in eastern Ukraine on July 17 has been released by a Russian air safety consultancy.

The consultancy provided a snapshot representing the readings taken by a radar station located in Russia’s Rostov, near the Ukrainian border, shortly before and about 20 minutes after the MH17 crash.

According to Sergey Melnichenko, CEO of Aviation Safety consultancy, there were one or two warplanes in the air close to the Malaysian airliner. The data casts doubt on the version of the tragedy favored by Western nations, which claims the plane was shot down from the ground by rebel forces with a sophisticated surface-to-air missile.

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Stuxnet Patient Zero: Kaspesky Lab Identifies Worm’s First Victims In Iran – 14 November 2014

RT logoNearly four years after the notorious worm Stuxnet wreaked havoc on Iranian nuclear centrifuges, Kaspersky Lab has identified patient zero for the world’s “first cyber weapon.”

After analyzing more than 2,000 Stuxnet files collected over a two-year period, Kaspersky has revealed the first five victims of the Trojan attack, which was first uncovered in June 2010.

All five of the victims worked within industrial control systems in Iran, and in one way or another, had connections to Iran’s nuclear program.

The first two targets – Foolad Technical Engineering Co. and Behpajoah Co. Elec & Comp Engineering – were initially targeted as early as June 2009.

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Lisa Gawlas – The Three Day, Three Year Event Of The 11:11 – 14 November 2014

lisagawlas2Wow, what an event!! This was an 11:11 like i have never experienced before, not to mention it was three days wide!!  It really took me all three days to fully get the significance of it all, not to mention a lot of non-readings yesterday.  I will explain that in a moment.  I am just going to start with the 10th and fill it all in.

The fullness of the 11:11 really started on the 10th, when the pure cream energy from spirit.  I have got to stop and wonder, why, of all the symbolism spirit and earth can use, why use cream?  Nothing is ever without a higher purpose in their choices. Continue reading

‘Occupy Made It Possible’: JPMorgan Whistleblower Fleischmann To Max Keiser – 14 November 2014

RT logoAlayne Fleischmann, a former lawyer at JPMorgan Chase, whose testimony helped secure a $13 billion fine for the bank, says that most big-time fraudsters have got away scot-free, and claims that only continued public interest can ensure they are punished.

In 2006, Fleischmann worked in a team that repackaged individual home loans as securities. She witnessed a host of violations, including never-to-be-repaid subprime loans being mis-sold as reliable investments, helping to heat the market that sparked the worldwide financial crisis in 2008.

For years, she has been communicating her testimony to investigators, only to see the authorities and other companies strike deals with the rule-breaking giants, meaning that the public never got to hear about the specifics of the rampant infringements at JPMorgan Chase. She did, however, help the RMBS Working Group, a mortgage fraud task force set up in 2012, to extract the biggest fine in banking history – $13 billion (it has since been surpassed by Bank of America’s $17 billion fine for similar offenses). But JPMorgan’s chief executive since 2004, Jamie Dimon, has not resigned, and the company itself is in rude health, registering profits of nearly $18 billion last year.

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Jobcentre Staff To Scare Schoolchildren Off ‘A Life On The Dole’ – 14 November 2014

RT logoJobcentre staff are to be used by the British government to deter schoolchildren as young as 14 from going on welfare benefits and living “a life on the dole.”

Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith warns that too many children leaving school at 16 “bump around” doing low-paid work before falling into a “life on benefits,” particularly if they are deemed “at risk” by their schools.

Speaking to the Daily Mail, Duncan Smith said that young people who are not working or seeking employment cost the UK taxpayer £56,000 over their working lives, and that Jobcentre staff are required to teach young people how to find jobs in the future.

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Jon Rappoport – Vaccines And “Herd Immunity” Nonsense – 14 November 2014

jon7Hail to the group! The group is all!

The concept of herd immunity (protection for the population) is often used by vaccine addicts as a way to push guilt at people who don’t line up, with their children, like robots for their shots.

From the point of view of protecting people who are already vaccinated, herd immunity is flat-out absurd.

Little Jimmy, whose parents have decided not to vaccinate him, will pass diseases on to kids who are already vaccinated? Oh, you mean those immunized kids aren’t really safe? Then why did you vaccinate them in the first place? Continue reading

Mandatory Overseas Aid Law ‘Bizarre’ – UK Foreign Secretary – 14 November 2014

RT logoForeign Secretary Phillip Hammond has rejected a proposal to enshrine a foreign aid target, set out by the United Nations (UN), in UK law. He described the proposed bill as “bizarre.”

The policy shift would make it a legal obligation for the UK to donate 0.7 percent of its GDP to overseas aid. Hammond’s flat rejection of the bill signals the death of Prime Minister David Cameron’s former pledge to make Britain’s commitment to the UN foreign aid target mandatory.

Earlier this year, the Liberal Democrats tabled a bill to officially place the UN target on Britain’s statute book, and called for cross-party support for the legislation. However, the foreign secretary’s comments may well spark a feud with Nick Clegg’s party and ramp up existing coalition tensions.

Such a law would make it obligatory for the British government to spend over £12 billion on foreign aid annually.

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US House Poised To Approve Keystone XL Tar Sands Pipeline – 14 November 2014

RT logoThe US House is expected to vote and pass legislation on Friday that would finally sanction the controversial Keystone XL tar sands pipeline, which would move heavy crude oil from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico.

Republican US Rep. Bill Cassidy introduced the House’s Keystone XL legislation shortly after his opponent in the still-undecided Louisiana Senate race – incumbent Sen. Mary Landrieu – introduced a measure in the Upper Chamber. Both legislators want to be seen as a key player in pushing the pipeline through Congress ahead of their Dec. 6 runoff election.

Similar pipeline measures have passed the conservative-dominated House. The Lower Chamber will vote on Cassidy’s bill on Friday, a congressional aide told Reuters early Thursday.

Meanwhile, after a successful midterm election last week, Senate Republicans and Democratic allies like Landrieu are confident that there is enough support for the tar sands pipeline to move a vote on it up from January to as early as Tuesday.

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John Ward – Confessions Of A Non-Violent Radical – 14 November 2014

JohnWWhy should peaceful radicalism need to attract violent repression?

If you ever wonder what happened to Nick Clegg, then I can tell you that between naps today, he has been rude about a footballer who plays for Sheffield United, and moaned on LBC Radio that the Conservative Party has “torn up the Manifesto promise” to devote 0.7% of the gdp to foreign aid. That’s it. Continue reading