Daily Archives: December 3, 2014

Sophia Love – 20 Places We’d Rather Avoid – 3 December 2014

There are points of focus on our journey that look more like obstacles than mere scenery. When encountered, these hills, valleys and waterways of angst feel insurmountable. Here’s a partial list of love’s dangerous territory:

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Lisa Gawlas – To Enlarge Your Territory YOU Must First Enlarge Your Sense Of Self!! – 3 December 2014

lisagawlas2Ohhh the nuggets encrusted in the readings yesterday.  Now to condense what I can into this tiny little space.  I think I am going to focus on two of the readings first, both are lady’s who have moving on their life’s agenda and will conclude with my last man of the day.  Let me tell you too, even tho the information that came thru is vital to all of us, the humor embedded within it all at times was more than I could take.  I couldn’t get a grip on myself for the shear imagery presented!!

My one lady, everything about her imagery is forever burned in my mind.  Like is happening with so many now, the moment I look on my calendar to see who I get to dance with next, their imagery, the light of their soul is already expressing to me.  I think I need the extra time just to figure out the new language expressing these days!! Continue reading

WakingTimes – Spied On By BP – 3 December 2014

waking_times_logo_6-5-12_1Jess Worth, The New Internationalist
Waking Times

The aim of covert corporate strategy is not to win an argument, but to contain, intimidate and ultimately eliminate opposition

I discovered recently that I was being spied on by BP.

After a few years of increasingly intense activism targeting the company’s controversial entry into the tar sands, its abuse of Indigenous rights and its greenwash-soaked sponsorship of cultural institutions, I started to wonder if BP might be monitoring me.

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Autumn Austerity: Osborne Asks To ‘Finish The Job,’ Accused Of Unreality – 3 December 2014

RT logoBritish Chancellor George Osborne unveiled his final Autumn Statement of this parliament on Wednesday, arguing he was on course to reduce the UK’s budget deficit and that his austerity policies had strengthened the economy.

Speaking to MPs on Wednesday, the Chancellor said the UK was the “fastest growing economy in the G7,” forecasting a growth rate of 3 percent in 2014, compared to the 2.7 percent predicted earlier this year.

“Four years ago, I presented accounts of an economy in crisis. Today I present a forecast showing the UK is the fastest growing of any major economy in the developed world,” he told MPs.

“We have higher growth, lower unemployment and a deficit half of what we inherited. Britain faces a choice. Do we squander the gains … or do we finish the job?”

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25,000 Killed, 500,000 Poisoned: Bhopal Demands Justice 30 Yrs After World’s Worst Chem Disaster – 3 December 2014

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Hundreds have marched through the city of Bhopal on the 30th anniversary of the world’s deadliest industrial disaster. People are demanding stricter punishments for those responsible and bigger compensation payments for those affected.

The protest march, which took place Wednesday, was preceded by a torch rally on the eve of the anniversary. Participants held pictures of victims and burned effigies of US corporation Dow Chemical.

In the early hours of December 3, 1984, 40 tons of toxic methyl isocyanate gas spewed out from the Bhopal pesticide factory and spread across the city, killing many thousands.

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James Corbett – The Corbett Report – Interview 971 – Gladio B Q And A – 3 December 2014

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Following his lecture on Gladio B and the Battle for Eurasia, James Corbett fields questions from the audience about the Gladio B operations, how it connects to other parts of the globe, why NATO’s opponents don’t expose the plan, and much more.

Episode 298 – Gladio B and the Battle for Eurasia

Gladio B Interview Series

Episode 295 – Who is Really Behind ISIS?

Zbigniew Brzezinski: Transcript of Testimony to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, 2007

The Rape of Ukraine (Engdahl on Ukraine/Gladio)

Kremlin hit squad ‘assassinate Chechen Islamist in Istanbul’

http://www.corbettreport.com / link to original article

Exit South Stream, Enter Turk Stream – 3 December 2014

RT logoPepe Escobar is the roving correspondent for Asia Times/Hong Kong, an analyst for RT and TomDispatch, and a frequent contributor to websites and radio shows ranging from the US to East Asia.

So the EU “defeated” Putin by forcing him to cancel the South Stream pipeline. Thus ruled Western corporate media. Nonsense. Facts on the ground spell otherwise.

This “Pipelineistan” gambit will continue to send massive geopolitical shockwaves all across Eurasia for quite some time. In a nutshell, a few years ago Russia devised Nord Stream – fully operational – and South Stream – still a project – to bypass unreliable Ukraine as a gas transit nation. Now Russia devised a new deal with Turkey to bypass the “non-constructive” (Putin’s words) approach of the European Commission (EC).

Background is essential to understand the current game. Five years ago I was following in detail Pipelineistan’s ultimate opera – the war between rival pipelines South Stream and Nabucco. Nabucco eventually became road kill. South Stream may eventually resurrect, but only if the EC comes to its senses (don’t bet on it.)

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Belgium May Unilaterally Recognize Palestine – Report – 3 December 2014

RT logoFour political parties that form Belgium’s government have reportedly agreed to recognize the Palestinian state, despite diplomatic pressure from Israel and its allies. The recognition will happen “at a moment deemed appropriate.”

Belgium could become the second European Union member to officially recognize the Palestinian state, reported Le Soir, French language daily Belgian newspaper.

Sweden was the first country to recognize the occupied state of Palestine this year.

Belgium’s coalition government allegedly drafted a motion regarding recognition of the Palestinian state earlier this week. The document that will be submitted to nation’s parliament for implementation bears no set date of recognition, though.

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ZeroHedge – This Is The Body Camera That All NYPD Officers Will Soon Wear – 3 December 2014

ZeroHedgeAs part of the final solution to inner city social unrest across America, President Obama has put forward recommendations that all police offers wear body cameras… this is what the ‘eyes-are-always-on-you’ NYPD police camera will look like. What ever happened to Google Glass privacy concerns?


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‘NATO’s Disastrous Expansion At The Core Of The Ukraine Conflict’ – 3 December 2014

RT logoThe principle cause of the Ukraine crisis was the West pressing Kiev to enter the EU Association Agreement and NATO’s extremely disastrous eastwards expansion, Samir Dathi, National Officer of the Stop the War Coalition, told RT.

NATO announced its expansion eastwards in Europe because of the Ukrainian crisis. Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said Russia was violating the Ukraine peace agreement signed in Minsk on September 5. He urged Moscow to remove “Russian forces from near the Ukrainian border.” The alliance also approved a quick reaction force and a permanent military presence near Russia.

RT: What do you think is the reason for the timing of this?

Samir Dathi: NATO and the West have been talking about creating a rapid reaction force for months. Back in September in Newport at NATO’s summit meeting, I think it was a first time when they discussed this. I think this is a fairly predictable development. The conflict that NATO is facing in Ukraine is different to what they have been used to for a number of years. Since the end of the Cold War, since 1990, America and NATO have enjoyed a kind of global imperial supremacy. They have been able to go around the world at their own leisure in their own time pulverizing third world countries without much retaliation: Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya and so on, so forth. But now with Ukraine they face a much more significant adversary – Russia. And they don’t have the military means to really deal with this new type of challenge. So they need to reconfigure their military, and to do that they need a rapid reaction force. They need to be able to mobilize thousands of troops at a moment’s notice to meet challenges from Russia, as and when they arrive, perceived challenges.

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