Tag Archives: 23 May

Lucas – Memorial Day Weekend – Remember Freedom From The Perspective Of The NOW – 23 May 2014

https://i0.wp.com/upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/c/c6/U.S._and_French_service_members_participate_in_a_Memorial_Day_ceremony_May_26%2C_2013%2C_at_the_Aisne-Marne_American_Cemetery_and_Memorial_in_Belleau%2C_France_130526-M-XI134-015.jpg/320px-thumbnail.jpgIn an upcoming Memorial Day weekend it is also time to see reality in the now.  We should remember that what was for some a very intense experience in the past from a loss from somebody you cared for due to war and  other military missions. It is though not all about the remembering why people fought for a perspective  for a freedom now in the past. It is about seeing and remembering the factional perspective of all of us now being struggling and enslaved by financial tyranny and debt as well as the loss of our freedom and rights at home. Continue reading


Tropical Storm Amanda: 2014 Hurricane Season’s First Named Storm In The Eastern Pacific – 23 May 2014

The Weather Channel

The first tropical storm of the eastern Pacific hurricane season, Tropical Storm Amanda, formed Thursday afternoon as a tropical depression about 635 miles south-southwest of Manzanillo, Mexico, and is expected to continue drifting toward the west or west-northwest over the next several days. It is no threat to land.

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Yahoo News – USDA Warns Of Sticker Shock On U.S. Beef As Grilling Season Starts – 23 May 2014

Yahoo News

By Ros Krasny

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Department of Agriculture has warned of sticker shock facing home chefs on the eve of the Memorial Day holiday weekend, the unofficial start of the U.S. summer grilling season.

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James Corbett – The Corbett Report – Interview 891 – Christopher Black Destroys The Myth Of The Rwandan “Genocide” – 23 May 2014

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Christopher Black is a Toronto-based international criminal lawyer who has spent the last 14 years successfully defending former Rwandan Gendarmerie General Augustin Ndindiliyimana at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. In that 14 years, Black has uncovered copious evidence about what really happened in the so-called “100 Days” of 1994 and the four year civil war that led up to it. Today on the program, Black shares that information with us and deconstructs the lies that continue to be propagated about the Rwandan genocide. Continue reading

ZeroHedge – Putin Post-Mortem: “Unipolar Model Of World Is Over… Give Us Our Money” – 23 May 2014

ZeroHedgeVladimir Putin has concluded his lengthy interview having covered everything from “the end of the unipolar model of the world” – i.e. de-dollarization – to US and Europe’s responsibility for Ukraine’s “full-scale civil war.” The Russian leader noted that he’s “trying to help Ukraine” but following the loans from the IMF asks “where’s our money?” and warned that US sanctions have had little effect on the Russian economy but will have a boomerang effect. The following distills his 120 minute discussion… Putin “expects common sense to prevail.”

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ZeroHedge – Frontrunning – 23 May 2014

  • ZeroHedgeThe Fed can’t print trade? World Trade Flows Fall in First Quarter (WSJ)
  • PBOC’s Zhou Says China May Have Housing Bubble in ‘Some Cities’ (BBG)
  • ECB’s Weidmann – Reviving ABS market not task for central bank (Reuters)
  • LOL: Fitch upgrades Greece by a notch to ‘B’; outlook stable (Reuters)
  • LOL x2: Spain Sovereign Debt Rating Upgraded by S&P (BBG)
  • China Will Vet Tech Firms After Threatening U.S. Retaliation (BBG)
  • US to claim victory over China in WTO car dispute (BBG)
  • Obama urges Democrats to vote in midterms, attacks Republicans (Reuters)
  • U.S. Military Pushes for More Disclosure on Drone Strikes (WSJ)
  • The power struggle behind China’s corruption crackdown (Reuters)
  • Secrecy of Oil-by-Train Shipments Causes Concern Across the U.S. (WSJ)

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Iranian Court Bans Instagram Over Privacy Complaints – 23 May 2014

RT logoAn Iranian court has banned the photo-sharing app Instagram over privacy concerns, according to a local news agency.

The country’s Ministry of Telecommunications received the order to impose the measure after some citizens complained that the world’s popular app violates their privacy, Mehr reports, citing an official.

The order adds globally-popular Instagram to the list of already forbidden social websites such as Twitter, YouTube and Facebook (Instagram’s owner).

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RT Spanish Crew Denied Entry To Ukraine Despite Accreditation – 23 May 2014

RT logoAn RT Spanish crew accredited to cover the upcoming presidential elections in Ukraine, scheduled for May 25, haven’t been allowed to enter the country, without explanation, and were sent back to Moscow.

RT cameraman Aleksandr Serichenko and his assistant, Andrey Peleshok, were refused entry at Odessa Airport, southern Ukraine. The journalists have the accreditation from Ukraine’s Central Election Commission.

“Without explaining the reason for refusal, the members of [Ukrainian] border service forced the RT crew to buy return tickets at their own expense,” said the statement from RT’s press service.

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Bangladesh Migrants, The Citizens Of No Man’s Land – 23 May 2014

RT logoAs India prepares to be led by the new Narendra Modi government, the 2014 election will be remembered, in the politics of world’s largest democracy, as an era that wriggled new realities.

From the near complete wipe out of the Gandhis’ hold – who have given the country three of its prime ministers – on Indian politics, to the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) making inroads into new regions like the north eastern state of Assam known to be the Congress fortress.

Assam has been returning Congress to power for a long time. What then could have prompted BJP to a resounding victory in 7 out of 14 constituencies in the state?

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Japanese Mayor Sounds Battle Cry Over US Military Base Plans – 23 May 2014

RT logoThe relocation of a US Marine base from Okinawa, Japan to the smaller city of Nago may prove an uphill battle for Tokyo and Washington as Mayor Susumu Inamine upholds pledge to his constituents who oppose the plans.

The controversy surrounds long-term plans to move the US Marine Air Station at Futenma, which is situated in a densely populated urban area in southern Okinawa, to Noga, a smaller city to the north that already hosts Camp Schwab, another US Marine base.

The residents of Noga now say enough is enough. Their overall negative attitude to the plans was apparent in the re-election of Mayor Inamine in January by a wide margin in what was for all intents and purposes a de facto referendum on the US military base.

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