- Tony's story is fascinating yet horrifying. After undergoing several months of mk-ultra type physical and mental abuse at the age of 8 he is "rented out" to a Peruvian drug cartel to perform precog work ...
Florida man charged with threatening to kill President-elect Trump at his inauguration on Twitter was a close family friend of Bill and Hillary ClintonThe man arrested by Miami Beach police Tuesday for allegedly threatening President-elect Donald Trump online is a member of a prominent northeast family close to Bill and Hillary Clinton.He once gave $20,000 to the Democratic National Committee, DailyMail.com has learned.Suspect Dominic Puopolo Jr., 51, sat near Hillary Clinton when she delivered the eulogy at the funeral of Puopolo's mother, Sonia, who died in one of the jets that flew into the World Trade Center on 9-11.
- A man claiming to lead a group that pays protesters millions of dollars a year was confronted and exposed as a fake by Tucker Carlson.The man, who could not produce identification to the Fox News Los Angeles bureau, said his name was "Dom Tullipso" and said he runs "Demand Protest", which allegedly pays individuals to protest at events.Prior to the interview, "Tullipso" said, his group was paying people to disrupt the inauguration ceremony for President-elect Donald Trump."This is a sham, your c
- via Waking TimesPedro Aquila, Staff Writer
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A popular article from Extreme Tech describes it in the headline: “Smart dust: A complete computer that’s smaller than a grain of sand.” An article from War is Boring is titled “Future Military Sensors Could Be Tiny Specks of ‘Smart Dust’ New technologies allow for extremely small—and ubiquitous&mda
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- You have perhaps noticed that in many countries, history-altering numbers of people have grown enraged at the economic elite and their tendency to hog the spoils of globalization. This wave of anger has delivered Donald J. Trump to the White House, sent Britain toward the exit of the European Union, and threatened the future of global trade.The people gathered here this week in the Swiss Alps for the annual World Economic Forum have noticed this, too. They are the elite — heads of state, b
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- Metal workers from a Russian weapons foundry, known as Art-Grani located in the Urals city of Zlatoust have minted a silver coin weighing one kilogram containing the profile of US President-elect Donald J. Trump, the manufacturers' press service said on Wednesday."We have produced the first coin of the Donald Trump collection. This is a limited edition dedicated to Trump's inauguration and will consist of 25 silver coins, 15 silver and gold coins and five gold coins," the Art-Grani foundry's pre
- A man from England spotted a group of 15 UFOs hovering on the horizon immediately after hearing a series of loud BOOMS.The video shows them following the UFOs in their car as they try to track them down ...
- Harald Kautz Vella talks about the Control Structures infected by the Intelligent Black Goo (Programmable Matter) that was sent to Earth ...
- Sunlight allows us to make vitamin D, credited with healthier living, but a surprise research finding could reveal another powerful benefit of getting some sun.Georgetown University Medical Center researchers have found that sunlight, through a mechanism separate than vitamin D production, energizes T cells that play a central role in human immunity.Their findings, published today in Scientific Reports, suggest how the skin, the body's largest organ, stays alert to the many microbes that can nes
Federal court documents reveal how Monsanto & the EPA seek to keep talks about Glyphosate Cancer Review a secretMonsanto and officials within the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) are fighting legal efforts aimed at exploring Monsanto's level of influence over regulatory assessments of the key chemical in the company's Roundup herbicide, new federal court filings show.The revelations are contained in a series of filings made within the last few days in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California as part of litigation brought by more than 50 people who are suing Monsanto. The p
- Several people are believed to be missing after an avalanche struck a hotel in Pescara, in the Abruzzo region in Italy, local media report.The disaster happened at the base of the Gran Sasso mountain range near the Rigopiano di Farindola hotel.Emergency services have been dispatched to the scene where up to 20 people have been staying in the hotel, according to Italian media reports. Rescuers believe three people are missing, according to the Italian news agency ANSA.
- Just two days before vacating 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, President Barack Obama reiterated his clichés about US protecting small countries, blamed bad relations with Russia on Vladimir Putin, and called situation in Israel a threat to US national security.The first question was about his decision to commute much of whistleblower Chelsea Manning's sentence.
- South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley, nominated to be the new US ambassador to the UN, told the Senate she would "always stand by Israel" and took a hard line on Russia, clashing with positions taken by President-elect Donald Trump.Haley's opening remarks at her confirmation hearing before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee revolved around the recently adopted UN Security Council Resolution 2334 condemning Israeli settlements, which she blamed on the Obama administration's decision to forego
- Russian military makes public complaint that ISIS attack on Deir Ezzor and ISIS threats against Palmyra are the result of the intentional relocation by the US of ISIS fighters from Mosul to Syria.With Palmyra still under ISIS control, and with ISIS threatening to capture Deir Ezzor, the Russian military has once against blamed the military crisis in eastern Syria on the US.The Russian military first did so in the immediate aftermath of the fall of Palmyra in December when it complained-rightly-t
- As situation in eastern desert city of Deir Ezzor under attack from ISIS remains tense, Syria rushes reinforcements and a top commander to the town, with latest reports suggesting that further ISIS attacks have been repelled.As the military crisis in Deir Ezzor continues, the Syrian army has rushed reinforcements to the besieged desert city by helicopter, and has sent one of its toughest and most capable commanders there.This is General Mohammad Khaddour, who previously commanded the garrison at
- Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood is sparring with Google once more.Last year, Hood and Google wound down a court dispute over Hood's investigation into how Google handles certain kinds of online content, from illegal drug ads to pirated movies. E-mails from the 2014 Sony hack showed that Hood's investigation was spurred on, in part, by lobbyists from the Motion Picture Association of America.Now Hood has a new bone to pick with the search giant. Yesterday, Hood filed a lawsuit (PDF) against
- The wholesale liquidation of US Treasuries continued in November, when according to the just released TIC data, foreign central banks sold another $936 million in US paper in November 2016, which due to an offset of $892 million in buying one year ago, means that for the 12 month period ended November, foreign central banks have now sold a new all time high of $405 million in the past 12 months, up from a record $403 million in LTM sales as of one month ago.Where did the selling come from?While
- The euro region could break up if political leaders don't get to grips with the discontent that's spurring support for populist leaders across the continent, JPMorgan Chase & Co. Chief Executive Officer Jamie Dimon said.Dimon said he had hoped European Union leaders would examine what caused the U.K. to vote to leave and then make changes. That hasn't happened, and if nationalist politicians including France's Marine Le Pen rise to power in elections across the region "the euro zone may not
- A popular blog that lists "potential, possible, or probable predatory" publishers and journals has disappeared, but it is not clear why.The blog—started in 2010 by librarian Jeffrey Beall of the University of Colorado in Denver (CU Denver)—now states: "This service is no longer is available."Beall declined to comment. But a CU Denver spokesperson told Science Insider that Beall made a "personal decision" to take down his list of low-quality journals that charge authors a fee to publi
- A teenage student suffering from depression shot three students and a teacher at a private school in northern Mexico on Wednesday before killing himself in what state officials called an unprecedented attack that was caught on security video.The 15-year-old student pulled out a handgun inside a classroom at the bilingual Colegio Americano del Noreste and began shooting, the officials said, critically wounding three of his victims before turning the pistol on himself.Hours after the shootings, Nu
- Dead white men are revered by many as responsible for the advancement of civilization, says sociology professor Kehinde Andrews.But, he argues, this so-called progress came at the expense of millions of people of colour. Global inequality is not an accident, he argues - it is designed to keep the hierarchy of race intact.
- Most Americans think Donald Trump would have still won the election regardless of information leaks that came out of Russia's alleged hacking, a poll reported.In the study, 58 per cent thought the outcome of the U.S. presidential elections would have remained the same, despite the hacking of files from the Democratic National Convention.Americans thought 'regardless of the information released as a result of Russian hacking' Trump would still have won the election, according to a poll conducted
- Residents of a disappearing stretch of the Yorkshire coast lost around a metre of their gardens in a tidal surge this weekend.Huge waves have caused destruction in Skipsea, East Yorkshire, as they battered more 20 homes and gardens.The coastline and its valuable infrastructure is being rapidly destroyed by unstoppable erosion, leaving residents and business owners fearing for their future.
- Julian Assange's lawyers are "assessing" the situation, following Chelsea Manning's commutation announcement and Assange's comments that he's willing to make a deal with the US should the whistleblower be granted clemency."Mr. Assange stands by everything what he has said," Melinda Taylor, Assange's lawyer told RT from the Hague, but added Obama's decision to commute much of the sentence "certainly falls far short of what Miss Manning deserves.""Her sentence was commuted, but she wasn't pardoned
- We all know by now that the 2008 Crisis was the result of the unchecked and unregulated greed of Wall Street Fatcats. This greed, that infects the 1%, nearly brought the entire world economy to its knees, and could have brought it lower.Money-mad psychopaths were able to convince the government to deregulate important parts of the financial markets, allowing them to glut their inhuman avarice, and when it all went sour, those same psychos were bailed out by a corrupt bipartisan political maneuve
- The infamous Pizzagate Expose which broke out during the final stretch of the 2016 Elections, receives a much needed reality check from Ben Swann - who proves that there is a mysterious connection between John Podesta and a hidden massive Pedophilia ring.
- A major British bank is financing the destruction of vast areas of rainforest in Indonesia, a new report claims. HSBC has allegedly helped provide billions of pounds in funding for companies that destroy natural forests to make way for palm oil plantations - despite the bank promising to not finance deforestation.The London-based bank is part of a group that provided over $16 billion (£13.2 billion) in loans and a further $2 billion (£1.7 billion) in corporate bonds to palm oil produ
- Tourists from China are avoiding France amid surging violence and crime, a Chinese tourism expert has said, reporting that customers are turning to Russia as a safer destination.President of the Chinese Association of Travel Agencies in France, Jean-François Zhou, said "increasingly violent" thefts and assaults are turning France into "one of the worst destinations for foreign tourists".Mr. Zhou, a representative for major Chinese travel agency Utour in France, reported a steep decline in
- The Houston region might see new flooding as more heavy downpours move in Wednesday afternoon, just hours after strong thunderstorms pounded the area for hours throughout the morning, leaving thousands of motorists stranded on flooded roadways.Some storms will sweep the area into the evening rush hour, according to the National Weather Service, which extended the flood warning until 4:15 p.m. for western Harris County, northern Fort Bend County and northeastern Wharton County.
Forecasters said a
Update: More rain to come for Thailand as floods leave 43 dead, 1.6 million affected, 500,000 homes damagedThe number of victims of the flood disaster in southern Thailand continues to rise as the flood situation continues in 6 provinces. However, the Thai Meteorological Department are warning of more heavy rain for the next 6 days.Death toll risesThailand's Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation (DDPM) reported earlier today that 43 people have now died in the flood disaster that has affected 12 provinces in southern Thailand since 01 January 2017.The Ministry of Interior says that more th
- Former President George H.W. Bush and his wife, former First Lady Barbara Bush, have both been hospitalized, his spokesman said Wednesday.President Bush, 92, was admitted to intensive care at Houston Methodist Hospital to address "an acute respiratory problem stemming from pneumonia. Doctors performed a procedure to protect and clear his airway that required sedation," his spokesman, Jim McGrath, said in a statement.Barbara Bush also was admitted to the hospital Wednesday morning as a precaution
- President-elect Trump has wasted no time in filling his cabinet before inauguration day. He has appointed men and women from both sides of the aisle who have been criticized as "anti-establishment." Trump is someone who questions the status quo. And being so, he has appointed others who do the same. The time for questioning has arrived.Comment: Trump has spoken out on the link between vaccines and autism and his choosing RFK Jr. for the Vaccine Safety Commission is fitting.As the new chair of th
- File this one under "No good deed goes unpunished"...Brian Carroll, campus president at Vatterott College in Kansas City, committed the unthinkable: He dared to help a student who is homeless and schizophrenic find a warm place to sleep.Carroll, who was president of the trade school for five years, says one of his students had no place to go.On Friday, January 6th, he allowed that student to sleep overnight in the school's library.His reward for that kind deed? On Monday, January 9th, he was fir
- A US congresswoman made a secret "fact-finding trip" to the Syrian capital Damascus days before President-elect Donald Trump takes office.Democratic Representative and Iraq War veteran Tulsi Gabbard visited Damascus "to meet with a number of individuals and groups including religious leaders, humanitarian workers, refugees and government and community leaders," Gabbard's spokeswoman confirmed on Wednesday.The exact dates of the trip were kept secret for security reasons, but her office said the
- Watch out, guys!An Austrian femme fatale known as the "Ice Cream Killer" will have plenty of new men to choose from at her new lockdown.Estibaliz Carranza, 38, will be transferred to an all-male prison because she's too dangerous to be locked up at a women's facility, but authorities might be playing right into her hands.The maniacal murderess has a history of luring men into her web and then killing and slicing up their bodies with a chainsaw.In 2012, she was sentenced to life behind bars for t
- The company building the Dakota Access oil pipeline wants a federal judge to block the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers from launching a full environmental study of the $3.8 billion pipeline's disputed crossing of a Missouri River reservoir in North Dakota.Texas-based Energy Transfer Partners asked U.S. District Judge James Boasberg on Tuesday to stop the Corps from publishing a notice in the Federal Register on Wednesday announcing the study. ETP wants any further study put on hold until Boasberg,
- Ukrainian lawmaker Nadia Savchenko has caused controversy by suggesting that Kyiv must accept Moscow's grip on Crimea for the time being if it wants to regain control over eastern territory held by Russia-backed separatists.Speaking on 112 Ukraine TV on January 17, Savchenko said that "the only peaceful way" to resolve the status of the eastern Donbas region in Kyiv's favor is to put the issue of Crimea, which was seized by Russia in March 2014, "on the back burner.""We must not abandon" Crimea
- Bomb threats have been reported at 16 Jewish centers in nine US states. Several Jewish Community Centers (JCC) have been evacuated after receiving near-simultaneous bomb threats, according to local reports.Around 200 preschool children were in the middle of a swimming program at Mandell JCC in West Hartford, Connecticut when the threat was made on Wednesday morning, leading to an evacuation.
Police allowed people back into the building after conducting a search and determining the threat was not
- Almost everyone goes to bed at night. Some get up to urinate. The older, less continent ones can't get up easily, so they urinate on themselves. If properly cared for, they do so in what is known in the geriatric product market as roll-ups.A small minority arrange to be urinated upon by others, though not usually on the bed they aim to sleep in. This may be an erotic pleasure for you, a perversion to the next man. The name for it is Golden Showers. If conducted between consenting adults, it's no
- Anti-corruption campaigners have accused the British government of falling short on its longstanding commitment to fight corruption, voicing concerns over the government's "rejection of the need to stop the UK tax havens selling secrecy."Responding to recommendations by the International Development Committee (IDC) in its October 2016 report 'Tackling corruption overseas', officials once again asserted on Monday the UK is a "leader in the fight against corruption and promoting transparency."The
- President Obama oversaw the deepest legislative malaise in modern political history, according to the Washington Times Legislative Index, which captures his struggles to find ways to work with a Congress that ranged from lukewarm to openly hostile toward him.Over the course of his eight years, he has signed just 1,227 bills into law — less, even, than one-term Presidents Carter and George H.W. Bush. Digging deeper into the numbers, Congress spent less time in session, handled fewer busines
- Trump is the perfect villain who may finally spark a German declaration of independence from the EmpireTrump might just turn out to be the cure to Germans' spinelessnes. Speaking to a German daily earlier this week the man to be sworn in as POTUS this Friday wondered if US' NATO alliance with Western Europeans was not outdated, explained he has no great love of the European Union, and characterized Merkel's immigration policy as a catasthrophic mistake for Germany.The German leadership must have
- via Waking TimesIsaac Davis, Staff Writer
Some are saying we now live in the post-fact era, where truth is subjective and facts mean nothing unless they can be used to support one’s subjective views. Perhaps nowhere is this more clear than in the sycophantic treatment of President Barak Obama’s legacy by journalists and committed liberals who absolutely refuse to heed the truth of what the Obama years have meant to the American people and to the world at large.
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- With a lot of days to go in the month.Gunnison's airport estimated they've seen 55 to 60 inches of snow since January 3 of this year.That would make it Gunnison's snowiest month on record. Not the snowiest January on record, mind you, but the snowiest month on record.If the airport's estimate is correct, this would top January 1957 when 50.2 inches of snow fell on Gunnison.See incredible snow amounts in this video from 9News.
- Whilst Donald Trump has spoken of reducing waste in the US military procurement system, ultimately if his administration is going to bring defence costs under control it needs to draw back from the US's excessive military commitments.One of the most striking - though unreported - aspects of Donald Trump's interview with The London Times and Bild-Zeitung is what Trump had to say about the state of the US military and of the US defence budget.
- A teenager has become the third victim of bullying victim from the same school to be found dead in less than a year.Arin Lyth, 13, was found dead last week after moving from Northfield School in Billingham, Teeside, where he had been the victim of bullying.
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