Tag Archives: 7 March

ZeroHedge – Meta-Study On Genetically Modified Food: Virtually All Independent Scientists Are Concerned – 7 March 2015

ZeroHedgeTufts University’s Director of the Research and Policy Program at the Global Development and Environment Institute (Timothy Wise) points out:

There is no … consensus on the safety of GM food. A peer-reviewed study of the research, from peer-reviewed journals, found that about half of the animal-feeding studies conducted in recent years found cause for concern. The other half didn’t, and as the researchers noted, “most of these studies have been conducted by biotechnology companies responsible of commercializing these GM plants.”

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Steve Lendman – Washington Prepares For Ground War In Syria – 7 March 2015

StevelendmanHow many simultaneous wars can America wage? How many more does Obama have in mind?
As long as neocon lunatics run Washington’s asylum, expect wars without end to rage – against one country after another until perhaps all planet earth is turned to smoldering rubble.
On March 4, the Military Times headlined “Dempsey does not rule out US ground troops in Syria.”
Saying Joint Chiefs chairman General Martin Dempsey told House Appropriations Committee defense subcommittee members US forces may be sent to Syria.

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ActivistPost – Pro-Vaccine Propaganda Setting Stage For Ugly End-Game Scenario – 7 March 2015

Logo_activistpost-comBernie Suarez
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Government propaganda is now reaching surreal levels. Anyone awakened to the plans of the globalist new world order understands the context of the accelerated multi-phased propaganda. However, the masses still watching and believing mainstream media news still seem clueless to what is really happening both domestically and abroad. Or are they?

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33% Of Americans Out Of Workforce, Highest Rate Since 1978 – 7 March 2015

RT logoThe number of Americans aged 16 and older not participating in the labor force hit 92,898,000 in February, tying December’s record, according to data released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).

Over the longer trend, the labor force participation rate was between 62.9 percent and 62.7 percent from April 2014 through February, and has been hovering around 62.9 percent or lower in 13 of the 17 months since October 2013, the BLS data revealed.

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Huge Fire: Train Carrying Crude Oil Derails In Canada – 7 March 2015

RT logoA train carrying crude oil has derailed in Northern Ontario and burst into flames. This is the fourth derailment in the province since the start of the year.

CN Rail, the owner of the rail network in the eastern Canadian province, said the crash took place at 2:45 am on Saturday. No one was injured.

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Not Stellar Noise: Potentially Habitable Super-Earth Gliese 581d Exists, New Study Claims – 7 March 2015

Gliese 581d (image by Queen Mary University of London)
Gliese 581d (image by Queen Mary University of London)

Astronomy has had to go back on its word twice in a year now, as a super-Earth previously dismissed as stellar ‘noise’ did after all turn out to be a planet. A new study shows Gliese 581d had been the victim of bad analysis.

In 2009, as scientists searched for far-away planets that were in the habitable zone orbiting around their host stars, a spectrometer picked up 581d’s ‘wobble’ – which is a slight change in the wavelength of light caused by a celestial body passing by its star and changing the amount of light the star gives off.

The now-suspected planet and its siblings orbit a red dwarf named Gliese 581. Because the distance is some 20 light years from Earth, any determinations on the nature of things are always subject to heated debate among scientists.

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Mish/ Mike Shedlock – Rush to Judgment and Extremely Inaccurate Reporting – 7 March 2015

MishMikeShedlockRush to Judgment

The moment Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov was gunned down last Friday, Western media rushed to judgment. Heck, even friends who should know better rushed to judgment.

One friend sent me the New York Times article After Boris Nemtsov’s Assassination, ‘There Are No Longer Any Limits’ along with this comment:

The world cannot stand by and let the formula of repression and stealth special forces intervention and sowing contrived disruption succeed, as next there will be little green men in the Baltic states sowing dissention — we are not going to go through a rinse, repeat and shampoo cycle again in those countries.Continue reading

EU Won’t Be Pushed Into Confrontation Over Ukraine – Foreign Policy Chief – 7 March 2015

RT logoThe EU is resisting calls from hotheads to supply arms to Ukraine, saying it won’t be pulled into a confrontation with Russia. Europeans cite the progress in implementing a ceasefire in eastern Ukraine between Kiev and local rebels.

The idea of providing lethal aid to Kiev is popular among many NATO officials and American politicians. US House Speaker John Boehner and a bipartisan group of top lawmakers called on President Barack Obama to deliver the weapons. But Europeans are opposing the move, which would likely escalate tensions with Russia.

“The European Union today is extremely realistic about developments in Russia. But we will never be trapped or forced or pushed or pulled into a confrontative [sic] attitude,” the EU’s Foreign Policy Chief Federica Mogherini told the media on Friday, following an informal meeting of EU foreign ministers in Riga, Latvia.

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2 Suspects In Nemtsov Murder Detained – FSB Chief – 7 March 2015

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Two suspects in the high-profile murder of opposition politician Boris Nemtsov have been detained, the Federal Security Service (FSB) reported.

According to FSB chief Aleksandr Bortnikov, the suspects were identified as Anzor Gubashev and Zaur Dadayev.

Bortnikov said both suspects come from Russia’s southern region of the North Caucasus, a restive place with insurgency and crime problems.

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James Corbett – The Corbett Report – The Global Fight Against Internet Censorship – 7 March 2015

From Japan to Canada to the US, there is a worldwide legislative battle taking place to clamp down on the internet and stifle alternative journalism. James talks to Dan Dicks of PressForTruth.ca and Luke Rudkowski of WeAreChange.org in Acapulco, Mexico about these threats and how to fight back against them.

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