Tag Archives: 7 December

Jamye Price – Weekly Lightblast – Need – 7 December 2014

JamyePrice2012closeupNeed is an engine of life on Earth. There is much resistance to Need, as if it is the cause of suffering. Need merely pulls you or pushes you in a direction of focus and action. Life is always changing, always moving, flowing, forming, destroying and forming anew. Perhaps the Pace is indiscernible from a perspective, yet All Life is always changing. Your choice is within you as to whether or not Need causes suffering.

As you assess your Need, you do so with the flow of emotion. Even that is discernible or not, based on your awareness. There are some Needs that stir fear, lack or resistance. Others stir creativity, cooperation and excitement. There is no mistake within the engine of Need, for the physical realm is a realm of Creation Forming. Time is merely your perspective marking movement, your emotion marking interaction. It is your flow or resistance exemplified before you. Continue reading

‘Don’t Get Russia Wrong’: NATO Intel Warns Against Misjudging Moscow On Ukraine – 7 December 2014

Image from nato.int
Image from nato.int

Russia doesn’t want Ukraine to be split up, NATO intelligence officials say, warning their colleagues against wrongly assessing Moscow’s policy on the crisis in eastern Ukraine.

That’s according to a report in German magazine Der Spiegel written by intelligence officers from several NATO countries. They argue that Moscow is not interested in escalating the situation in Ukraine, and is not going to repeat the scenario of what happened in Crimea.

The officers believe that the Kremlin is merely interested in seeing the reorganization of the Donetsk and Lugansk People’s Republics into functioning administrative units within a federalized Ukraine, if those regions can reach an agreement with Kiev.

Read the full story at: www.rt.com / link to original article

Israeli Airstrikes Hit Near Damascus Airport – Syrian State TV – 7 December 2014

Damascus international Airport (Image from wikipedia.org)
Damascus international Airport (Image from wikipedia.org)

Israeli airstrikes have hit targets near Damascus International Airport and in the town of Dimas near the Lebanon border, Syrian state TV reports.

“The Israeli enemy committed aggression against Syria by targeting two safe areas in Damascus province, in all of Dimas and near the Damascus International Airport,” the report said, adding that there were no casualties.

A Syrian military source confirmed to RIA Novosti news agency that the country’s main airport was targeted.

Residents in the Syrian capital said they heard loud explosions.

According toLebanon’s Al-Manar television, the Israeli jets bombed areas near the smaller airport at Dimas.

Read the full story at: www.rt.com / link to original article

Steve Lendman – Kissinger Geopolitics – 7 December 2014

StevelendmanAt age 91, maybe senility set in. Or a time of reflection. At the same time, trying to have things both ways. More on this below.

Kissinger was one of the most notorious war criminals ever to win the Nobel Peace Prize. Exceeded perhaps only by Obama.
The scope of their crimes is breathtaking. Kissinger’s rap sheet includes:
  • three to four million Southeast Asian deaths;
  • ousting Chile’s Salvador Allende; replacing him with Augusto Pinochet; followed by 17 years of state terror;
  • support for other Latin American despots;
  • backing Surharto’s West Papua takeover; his East Timor invasion; massacring hundreds of thousands;
  • supported the Khmer Rouge’s rise to power; its reign of terror early on;
  • backed Pakistan’s overthrow of Bangladesh’s democratically elected government; causing half a million deaths; and
  • various other high crimes against peace.

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Rubber Bullets, Tear Gas In Berkeley As Police Disperse #EricGarner, #Ferguson Rally – 7 December 2014

RT logoProtests against police brutality have turned violent in Berkeley, California, as officers are resorting to rubber bullets, flash bang grenades and tear gas in a tense standoff with demonstrators demanding justice.

The scene in this liberal college town remains chaotic Saturday night as reports of injured protesters at the hands of the police begin emerged. The protesters took to the streets to express their anger over a series of high-profile incidences involving the death of black Americans at the hands of white police officers – all of whom were cleared of any wrongdoing by the courts.

According to police, some of the protesters took to more violent methods of expression.

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‘Every F-35 A Country Buys From Lockheed Martin Damages Its Defense’ – 7 December 2014

RT logoThe Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II is a poorly designed warplane that the company manages to sell through brilliant marketing and political clout, says defense analyst Pierre Sprey. Each one bought is a strike to a nation’s airpower.

Sprey, a longtime critic of the F-35, helped design F-15 Eagle for McDonnell Douglas. He shared with RT why he believes the Lockheed Martin is a bad bargain for customers.

RT: So, could you tell us why the F-35 has sparked so much criticism? It seems to be multirole: close support, air-to-air, bombing, reconnaissance. So it all looks very strong…

Pierre Sprey: The criticism is highly justified. The airplane was indeed sold to do close support, deep strike bombing and air-to-air. It is in fact is extraordinarily ineffective at all three. It is a very badly designed airplane because it was started with the very bad mission specification many-many years ago – ancient years ago.

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NaturalNews – J.D. Heyes – America In Decline: 1 In 7 Kentuckians Now Rely On Food Banks – 7 December 2014

NaturalNewss Logo-April-2014(NaturalNews) The U.S. economy, despite rosy characterizations by President Obama recently, is still abysmal for far too many Americans who are still struggling to make ends meet, put food on the table and remain in their homes — a condition that will only worsen with the president’s recent executive amnesty, “legalizing” millions of illegal aliens.

Some of the country’s historically poor states — many of them in the South — have been especially hard-hit, as a recent report from Kentucky points out. Local station WKYT in Lexington says that not only has hunger remained a “huge issue” in the state — one food pantry says one-in-seven Kentuckians are receiving food assistance from any number of charities — but it is even a problem on the state’s college campuses. Continue reading