Tag Archives: 7 October

Jon Rappoport – The Ebola Test: Let The Test’s Inventor Speak – 7 October 2014

jon7Amidst the hysteria about Ebola, one stubborn fact sits like a rock: everything depends upon being able to accurately diagnose Ebola in each patient.

And then it follows: you must examine the test that is being used to diagnose Ebola. Is it accurate? Does it have flaws? Is it being applied correctly?

Because, if there is a serious problem with the test, the whole house of cards collapses. The entire narrative about Ebola is fatally flawed.

Last week, when a man was admitted to a hospital in Dallas, the CDC held a press conference. CDC Director Tom Frieden stated that this patient had been diagnosed with Ebola—with a test that is “highly accurate. It’s a PCR test of blood.” (see the 2m06s mark in the video of the press conference.) Continue reading

Biden’s Top 5: US Policy Secrets Revealed In VP’s Harvard Speech – 7 October 2014

RT logoWho are Washington’s foes in the Middle East? How can you make others impose sanctions, to their disadvantage? As Joe Biden spoke at Harvard, US global policies were somewhat revealed – or simply slipped out. Here are his top five quotes.

Fighting terrorism is the “fourth element” of US foreign policy, Biden told Harvard students. Though he mentioned Islamic State militants in Syria and Iraq, he also stated that the insurgents are not Washington’s “biggest problem in Syria.” Instead, he said the largest hurdle is actually America’s “allies in the region.”

He elaborated that the problems are stemming from Turkey, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates, because those nations are “so determined to take down Assad.” He added that they started a “proxy Sunni-Shia war” supplying cash to those fighting against the Syrian president.

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Billion-Dollar Lawsuits Claim GMO Corn ‘Destroyed’ US Exports To China – 7 October 2014

RT logoThree class-action lawsuits filed Friday claim that agribusiness power Syngenta is to blame for depressed corn exports to China since the seed company released a genetically-engineered variant of the crop before it was approved by Beijing.

At issue is Syngenta’s 2009 release and distribution of its MIR162 genetically-modified corn known as Agrisure Viptera, which is engineered to fend off certain insects known to decimate corn crops. While approved for use in the United States, Chinese regulators have yet to sanction the export of Viptera.

Syngenta is responsible for “destroy[ing] the export of US corn to China,” which led to “depressed prices for all domestic corn,” according to Volnek Farms, the lead plaintiff in a lawsuit filed in an Omaha, Nebraska federal court. Volnek and others are claiming $1 billion in compensation.

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InquiringMinds – Judges Not Very Happy – Des – 7 October 2014

Inquiring Minds

What we are doing, seems to be having an impact on the Courts. Judges are up in arms, because of Lay Litigants directing the Courts to issue Gary Doyle Orders.
Judges are not happy …

Last week, we got a report back from one Lay Litigant, whereby the Judge maintained that he did not know what a Gary Doyle Order was … when the Lay Litigant explained what it was, and that he was entitled to ALL the Evidence that the prosecution was reliant upon as per the “DPP Guidelines for Prosecutors” … the Judge went berserk, and ordered the Lay Litigant to leave the Court, and never come back (unsurprisingly, the case was withdrawn by the Garda and the DPP).

More and more People every day are reading the book “The Gary Doyle Order”, and it seems that more People want and/or have a need to learn how to validly defend themselves in Court, when it comes to “Minor Criminal Offences” or “Summary Offences”.

Most People do not realise or are not aware, that all alleged offences under the “Road Traffic Act” are of a Criminal nature, and things that seem as innocious as TV Licences and/or alleged Toll road offences are treated or deemed to be of a Criminal nature. Continue reading

Pentagon Can’t Decide Which Rebels To Train In Syria – 7 October 2014

RT logoAs reports surfaced on Monday suggesting the group that calls itself the Islamic State is close to capturing the Syrian town of Kobani, The Guardian revealed that the Pentagon is still far from taking the next steps towards tackling the militants.

Despite American officials warning for weeks now that the group formerly known as ISIS poses a dire risk to the Middle East and the security of the United States and its allies, representatives for the Pentagon acknowledged to the British paper that efforts to organize a trained army to go up against the violent militants have yet to materialize.

The US Department of Defense and President Barack Obama succeeded in convincing Congress last month to approve a measure that authorizes the government to fund, train and equip moderate rebels in Syria in order to provide anti-ISIS forces with the resources to counter the campaign that continues to let the group seize entire cities in the Middle East as recently as this week. Nevertheless, a spokesperson for the Pentagon told the Guardian for an article published on Monday that exactly who will lead those rebel forces remains unresolved.

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Cyber Attacks Could Pose ‘Serious Risk’ To UK Financial System – MPs – 7 October 2014

RT logoA group of MPs is investigating whether cybersecurity breaches pose a risk to Britain’s financial system. The probe was sparked by mounting concern that protection for UK businesses and customers is currently deficient.

Britain’s House of Commons Treasury Select Committee has recently held a number of furtive meetings with UK regulators and other cybercrime experts in an effort to address the issue further, the Telegraph reports.

The move follows one of the most serious security breaches in Britain’s financial history last week, when US banking giant JPMorgan Chase publicly declared seven million households and 76 million businesses’ private data had been compromised by an industrial-scale cyber attack.

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‘Truckers for the Constitution’ Plan to Slow D.C. Beltway, Arrest Congressmen – 7 October 2013

US News

Police must detain ‘accessories’ to ‘treason’ or truckers will, organizer says

Tractor-trailer drivers will intentionally clog the inner loop of the Washington, D.C., beltway beginning on the morning of Oct. 11, according to a coordinator of the upcoming “Truckers Ride for the Constitution” rally.

Organizers of the three-day ride want to call attention to a litany of trucker frustrations and express their disapproval of national political leaders.

[EARLIER: Truckers Say Their D.C. Shutdown Is Full-Speed Ahead]

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BrianKelly’sBlog – IRS : Closed Until Further Notice – 7 October 2013

IRS: Closed Until Further Notice

October 7, 2013

I just posted this story in my FB news room a few minutes ago, so figured I would share here as well. If you’re not in that group, here is the link. Lots of great articles and posts in there!

https://www.facebook.com/groups/briankellysnewsroom/

Funny story: Continue reading

Phys.org – Despite Data Privacy Scandal, No Deal Yet On New EU Laws – 7 October 2013

Phys.org

EU justice ministers meeting for the first time since revelations of US spying on Europeans, agreed on Monday that new data protection laws were needed but disagreed on how to proceed.

“Data protection reform is one of the most important pieces of EU legislation under discussion. PRISM was a wake-up call,” said Poland’s Michat Boni, referring to outrage earlier this year over reports of covert surveillance programmes run by the US National Security Agency in Europe.

www.phys.org / link to original article

BusinessInsiders – Linette Lopez -The Supreme Court Just Dealt Argentina A Big Blow In Its Case Against Hedge Fund Managers – 7 October 2013

businessInsiderOne of Argentina’s last hopes in its fight against a few hedge fund creditors was that The Supreme Court would hear the country’s case and rule in its favor.

Now that’s gone. The Supreme Court has refused Argentina’s plea to hear the case. The country can appeal, but it doesn’t look good.

Read the whole story at : One of Argentina’s last hopes in its fight against a few hedge fund creditors was that The Supreme Court would hear the country’s case and rule in its favor.Now that’s gone. The Supreme Court has refused Argentina’s plea to hear the case. The country can appeal, but it doesn’t look good.Read the whole story at : www.businessInsider.com / link to original article