Tag Archives: 26 January

Wes Annac – Wisdom With Wes: Dedication And Adversity – 26 January 2015

wesannac2Even though it’s okay to rest every now and then, we’re here to do as much as we can to raise the collective vibration and bring the world into the light. Let’s stay committed to our mission, especially when we don’t feel like we can keep going, because there’s more at stake than we realize.

The result of our efforts will eventually be self-created heaven, but for now, we’ll have to do our best to get through the challenges we face as we strive to consistently embody love. We might find in the end that the challenges enabled us to play the role we’re here to play, and we might’ve had trouble down the line if we didn’t learn the lessons they presented. Continue reading

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MPs Demand Fracking Ban, Chancellor Osborne Defiant – 26 January 2015

RT logoFracking must be stopped in the UK because it is “incompatible” with climate change targets and could increase the risk of environmental damage to public health, a group of MPs have warned.

The results of the cross-party Environmental Audit Committee coincide with the revelation of a secretletter from Chancellor George Osborne asking members of the committee to press ahead with fracking plans “as a personal priority.”

The report published today claims that if the UK is to meet the global temperature cap of 2 degrees, only a “small fraction” of the available shale resources could be harnessed.

They also warn that fracking could cause a significant risk to public health, claiming “considerable uncertainties remain about the hazards fracking poses to groundwater quality, air quality, health and biodiversity.”

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Plunging Prices Force Oil Majors To Cut Billions In Spending – 26 January 2015

RT logoThe world’s leading oil companies are reported to be planning a $28 billion cut in capital spending by 2017 to keep debt at a sustainable level at a time when oil prices continue to fall.

Investment in exploration and development of oil and gas fields could drop by 20 percent by 2017 compared to last year, say analysts at Morgan Stanley as quoted by the FT.

The possibility is growing as a number of the largest oil companies are yet to report on the sharp fall in earnings.

Shares in the largest US and European companies ExxonMobil, Chevron, Shell, Total, BP and ConocoPhillips have dropped between 4 and 24 percent since crude prices fell over 50 percent from $115 a barrel in June 2014.

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NaturalNews – Ethan A. Huff – Oxygenate Your Cells To Avoid Disease-Causing Inflammation – Here’s How – 26 January 2015

NaturalNewss Logo-April-2014(NaturalNews) In order for your body to produce the energy that you need to live, your cells must continually take in oxygen, a process that is largely dependent upon proper nutrient intake. Nutrient deficiencies can lead to poor oxygenation, which in turn can cause cell death, inflammation and other health problems.

It is thus important to eat the right things for optimal cellular respiration, nourishing your circulatory system as well as the rest of your body so you can maintain a healthy and long life. Here’s some tips on what to incorporate into your diet to help you improve the way your body oxygenates itself: Continue reading

‘Monstrous Democratic Slap To EU’: Le Pen Hails Greek Anti-Austerity Party Victory – 26 January 2015

RT logoThe victory of Greece’s anti-austerity Syriza party is a monstrous democratic slap to the European Union, believes Marine Le Pen, leader of France’s far-right National Front party, adding that for her this success means “the trial of the euro-austerity.”

READ MORE: ‘5yrs of humiliation, suffering over’: Anti-austerity party to form govt in Greece

“I welcome the monstrous Democratic slap the Greek people has given to the European Union,” Le Pen told France’s RTL radio.

According to Le Pen, Syriza’s triumph is “the first result of the unprecedented suffering undergone by the Greek people under the influence of the EU in recent years.”

https://twitter.com/MLP_officiel/status/559605137627693056

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WikiLeaks ‘Astonished And Disturbed’: Google Gave Its Major Staff Data To US Govt – 26 January 2015

RT logoThe whistleblowing website has learned that Google handed over to US authorities the digital correspondence and other data from three of its employees on suspected espionage-related charges related to the Chelsea Manning case.

Google informed WikiLeaks on December 24 that it had complied with a March 2012 order by the US Justice Department to hand over the emails and other information pertaining to Sarah Harrison, a British citizen who is Wikileaks’ investigations editor, the spokesperson for the organization, Kristinn Hrafnsson, and Joseph Farrell, a senior editor at the site.

The US search engine giant explained the nearly three-year delay in notifying Wikileaks of the search and seizure warrants, saying it had been under a non-disclosure order not to discuss the investigation.

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John Ward – Greece Analysis: Syriza Hits Ground Running As Tsipras Brokers Anel Coalition Deal To Seal Majority Rule – 26 January 2015

JohnWPrime Minister Tsipras faces a cold dawn of Monday realityIn a rapid (and smart) move that demonstrates both energy and planning, Alexis Tsipras is this morning 95% of the way into a Coalition with ANEL – better known in the West as the Independent Greeks. This is an anti-euro Party of right-wing Greek nationalists.

In going for this option, Tsipras shows that – unlike most on the Left – he can unite against a common enemy. I also suspect that his advisers see this as one dimension in an overall strategy designed to calm down bank depositors and bond markets. But shrewd or not, the new Prime Minister is going to face several waves of attack from those hostile to his election – both inside and outside Greece.

The first thing to set off screaming headlines will be the effect on the euro. Overnight, the single currency plunged down to 1.12 against the Dollar – before the weekend it was around 1.15. We should expect to see a further weakening during the day. Continue reading