Tag Archives: 15 February

Steve Lendman – Copenhagen False Flag? – 15 February 2015

StevelendmanIt’s too early to know much about Saturday’s Copenhagen killings. Rush to judgments can prove wrong.
Automatically calling these type incidents terrorist attacks is way over-the-top. On a typical Chicago weekend, multiple shootings occur.
Much like in other US cities nationwide. Most go unreported. Headlines don’t scream “terrorism.”
We’ll never know the motive behind Copenhagen’s incident. More on this below.

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ZeroHedge – The Only Question About The So-Called “Recovery” – 15 February 2015

ZeroHedgeWe were almost eager to swallow the blue pill and admit that the “recovery” is an actual recovery this time (non-GAAP that is, one where all the economic data is first excluded)… and then we happened to glance at this chart, courtesy of Citigroup’s Matt King.

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‘Dying Out Of Poverty!’ Thousands Gather For Anti-Austerity Rally In Athens – 15 February 2015

RT logoSome 20,000 protesters gathered outside the parliament building in Athens for an anti-austerity, pro-government demonstration ahead of Monday’s planned bailout talks in Brussels.

Protestors waved banners reading “Dying out of poverty” and other messages, caling for an end to the strict austerity measures imposed as a condition of the massive 2010 bailout package doled out by the so-called troika (the IMF, EU and ECB).

“We want justice here and now…for all the suffering Greece has gone through the past five years,” 58-year-old Theodora, who has been unemployed for the last three years, told AFP.

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ActivistPost – FBI Refuses To Uncover Plot To Assassinate Occupy Leaders – 15 February 2015

Logo_activistpost-comJoshua Krause
Activist Post

During the waning days of the Occupy movement, a FOIA request was submitted by the Partnership for Civil Justice Fund in 2013, in regards to the Houston chapter of the movement. In return, they received a heavily redacted document from the FBI that carried some rather disturbing information.

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Dome Of fire: Libya’s Largest Oil Field Sabotaged, Company Releases Footage – 15 February 2015

Screenshot from facebook.com/WAHADAHRA
Screenshot from facebook.com/WAHADAHRA

Libya’s Waha Oil Company has posted a video on its Facebook page showing the fire that raged through El Sarir oil field and halted oil flows to the Hariga port, in what is believed to be an act of sabotage.

No group has so far claimed responsibility for Saturday’s fire.

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World’s 1st Compact Rotary 3D Printer-Cum-Scanner Unveiled In California – 15 February 2015

RT logoThe world’s first compact 3D printer that can also scan items, creating their digitized models, has been unveiled in the US. The $2,200 device, created in Singapore with the help of a crowdfunding campaign, doesn’t require much knowledge of 3D software.

Blacksmith Group start-up at Nanyang Technological University’s (NTU Singapore) launched the world’s first compact 3D printer-cum-scanner at the American Association Advancement of Science (AAAS) annual meeting in San Jose, California on Saturday.

The all-in-one device, named the Blacksmith Genesis, lets users scan any item, edit the digitized model on the computer and print it out in 3D. Its production was financed through a successful crowdfunding campaign, that raised $80,000, and its US supporters will be able to get it as early as March.

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ActivistPost – CIA Torture Program Was “Dick Cheney’s Baby” – John Kiriakou – 15 February 2015

Logo_activistpost-comBy RT America

“Hypocritical” is how CIA whistleblower John Kiriakou describes his arrest and imprisonment for exposing the spy agency’s use of torture while those who actually committed the heinous acts go unpunished. In an in-depth interview with RT’s Ben Swann, Kiriakou discussed only his time in prison, but also the controversial “enhanced interrogation” program, claiming that President George W. Bush personally approved the harsh practices.

www.activistpost.com / link to original article