Tag Archives: 1 December

Controversial Top Cop To Join UK Foreign Office – 1 December 2014

RT logoOne of Britain’s most senior female police officers is set to leave the Metropolitan Police to take up a post at the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO).

Assistant Commissioner Cressida Dick joined the Met in 1983 and rose through the ranks, becoming an Assistant Commissioner in 2009. She also led a number of specialist operations from July 2011 until this summer.

“I have loved my time as a police officer in London. It has been a wonderful privilege to work in such an extraordinary organization and with such fabulous people,” Cmdr Dick said.
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Jon Rappoport – Note To China And Russia: Did You Import Depopulation Corn? – 1 December 2014

jon7It’s been called contraceptive corn and spermicidal corn. A San Diego company called Epicyte developed it.

Here’s a brief backgrounder from The Guardian, Sept. 9, 2001; “GM corn set to stop man spreading his seed,” by Robin McKie:

“Scientists have created the ultimate GM crop: contraceptive corn. Waiving fields of maize may one day save the world from overpopulation.

“The pregnancy prevention plants are the handiwork of the San Diego biotechnology company Epicyte, where researchers have discovered a rare class of human antibodies that attack sperm. Continue reading

Doctor Who Sexually Abused Child Cancer Patients Jailed For 22 Years – 1 December 2014

RT logoA Cambridge doctor who admitted to serial sexual abuse of dozens of young cancer patients has been sentenced to 22 years in prison.

Myles Bradbury, who worked at Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge, admitted to 25 offences including sexual assault, voyeurism and possession of over 16,000 images of children.

The 41-year-old blood cancer specialist further admitted to the abuse of 18 young patients in his care between 2009 and 2013.

Bradbury was arrested in 2013 after Canadian Authorities informed the UK’s Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP) that Bradbury had bought a DVD containing indecent images of children.

The judge told Bradbury that his behaviour was a “gross and grotesque breach of trust,” saying he had never before seen such a flagrant abuse of the trust placed in a medical figure.

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Microsoft, Yahoo Start ‘Forgetting’ EU Search Results, In Google’s Footsteps – 1 December 2014

RT logoSearch giants Bing and Yahoo have begun to address European customers’ requests regarding the “right to be forgotten” policy on the removal of search results, taking their cue from Google.

The Right to be Forgotten stands for people’s ability to remove links to personal information that is “inadequate, irrelevant or no longer relevant” from search results.

Google has so far been the first in line to publish a request form for removals, and already received more than 174,000 requests adding up to 600,000 URLs, removing 41.5 percent from its search results.

Microsoft’s Bing engine put up a request form back in July, but the first removals appear to have started taking place only now.
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Jon Rappoport – Once-In-A-Lifetime Hawaii Vacation Amidst The Pesticides – 1 December 2014

jon7Recent court cases on Kauai and the Big Island have supported Dow and Monsanto, against the wishes of local voters. The outcome: these companies will be permitted to continue their poisonous experiments with GMOs and pesticides. A similar case is pending in Maui County. The same Judge who screwed Kauai and the Big Island is planning to screw Maui.

Therefore, I propose new text for Hawaii Tourism Authority promotions:

Dear World:

An incomparable experience awaits you on our Island paradise.

Although it is true that Dow and Monsanto are spraying “restricted use” pesticides, and these highly toxic chemicals drift on the balmy breezes… Continue reading

Over Half Britain’s Crime Chiefs Accused Of Impropriety – 1 December 2014

RT logoOver 50 percent of the government’s elected Police and Crime Commissioners (PCC) have been accused of misconduct and subsequently probed by the state’s policing watchdog, new figures reveal.

The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) has investigated “44 referrals from police and crime commissioners” relating to potential impropriety on behalf of 23 separate police chiefs, a spokesman for the body said on Monday.

This figure amounts to more than half of the 41 PCCS who were officially elected in November 2012, he told RT.

Following the wave of allegations, a specially-appointed parliamentary committee will hold an inquiry into the high frequency of complaints amid growing concern that PCCs can only be removed from their posts via the ballot box.

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Revolting Bosses: 1,000s Of French Employers Take To Streets To Protest Working Conditions, Taxes – 1 December 2014

RT logoWorkers, teachers and doctors are not the only ones protesting in France. Now bosses have flooded the streets, rallying against stifling employee regulations and increasing employment taxes.

The demonstrations, held in Paris, Toulouse and Marseille, gathered at least 10,000 owners of small- and medium-sized businesses, the organizers told French media. Paris police downplayed the protests, however, claiming there were only 2,200 people marching in the streets of the French capital.

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ZeroHedge – President Obama ‘Fixes’ Ferguson – 1 December 2014

ZeroHedgeYep that should do it…

The White House explains…

White House Review: Federal Support for Local Law Enforcement Equipment Acquisition

Today, the White House released its review which provides details on the programs that have expanded over decades across multiple federal agencies that support the acquisition of equipment from the federal government to LEAs.  During the course of its review, the White House explored whether existing federal programs:

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Facebook v 1St Amendment: Supreme Court To Consider Limits Of Social Media Rights – 1 December 2014

RT logoIs artistic expression defensible under the First Amendment if it includes violent musical lyrics that threaten to kill a person? The US Supreme Court will consider this very point in a case to determine the limits of internet free speech.

Anthony Elonis posted on Facebook a number of violent rap lyrics that talked about killing his wife, attacking a kindergarten and committing violence against an FBI agent. He defended himself by saying the posts should not be taken seriously, AP reported.

Elonis, who used the online pseudonym ‘Tone Dougie’, was convicted of issuing violent threats and sentenced to four years in federal prison.

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Thousands March In Manila Against Military Accord With ‘Imperialist’ US – 1 December 2014

RT logoThousands of anti-war protesters marched in the Philippine capital calling for an end to close military ties between “warmongering” Washington and Manila. They also accused Filipino President Benigno Aquino III of being a “US puppet.”

Protesters came decked out in traditional garb, many carrying fake bolo knives and rifles. Others hoisted torches and placards in the air as they marched through the streets of the densely populated city.

Gathering underneath an overpass at a busy intersection, the protesters burned a poster depicting Aquino as a puppet of Uncle Sam.

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