When SunTrust Bank bank foreclosed on the Laney Supermarket grocery store, managers were left with thousands of pounds of food and nowhere to put it. So, they decided to move non-perishable items to the parking lot for those who might need it. As news of the give-away spread throughout the neighborhood, a Continue reading
| I found this essay in the Fall ’91 issue of Whole Earth Review. It finally clarified for me why American school is such a spirit-crushing experience, and suggested what to do about it.Before reading, please set your irony detector to the on position. If you find yourself inclined to dismiss the below as paranoid, you should know that the design behind the current American school system is very well-documented historically, in published writings of dizzying cynicism by such well-known figures as Horace Mann and Andrew Carnegie.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oY9lVICbIfU
The Six-Lesson Schoolteacher
by John Taylor Gatto, New York State Teacher of the Year, 1989 1990 & 1991
| When an opponent declares, “I will not come over to your side,” I calmly say, “Your child belongs to us already… What are you? You will pass on. Your descendants, however, now stand in the new camp. In a short time they will know nothing else but this new community.”
Speech November 1933, quoted in The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich by William Shirer
|By: Christina England
I have been very honored to work with retired Sergeant Christopher Savage of the Queensland Police Service during the past few months. Mr. Savage contacted me after watching the short film I recently published on VacTruth highlighting cases of false accusations of child abuse after vaccine injuries.  The evidence of sheer corruption he revealed sent shivers down my spine.
His papers confirm that the police are writing off cases of possible vaccine injury as Sudden Infant Death Syndrome. They also highlight the fact that due to biased and inadequate training, the police are falsely accusing parents of manslaughter and Shaken Baby Syndrome and parents killing their own children because they have been brainwashed to search for signs of abuse, assault and foul play whenever a child Continue reading
A United Nations (UN) scheme to surreptitiously seize property rights from people worldwide and pack the world’s populations into tiny micro-cities controlled by a centralized government has a new ally, Monsanto, which recently joined the so-called World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) in pushing for the widespread implementation of the infamous “Agenda 21.”
According to The New American, Monsanto joins a cohort of major banks, oil companies, and other powerful corporate players in pushing the UN Agenda 21 scam, which plans to eliminate national and social sovereignty, and enslave humanity under the guise of “sustainability.” Personal property ownership, the Continue reading
Israel will likely use the attack in Bulgaria as a pretext to take out Hezbollah in Lebanon.
Earlier this month, we reported on comments made by the IDF that revealed Israel plans to invade Lebanon and “the damage will be enormous.” Israel claims Syria is transferring missiles and chemicals weapons to Hezbollah, the Shi’ite paramilitary organization established following the Israeli invasion of Lebanon in 1982.
The New York Times has weighed in on the suicide attack in Bulgaria that claimed the lives of five Israelis:
A senior Israeli official told the newspaper the attack in Burgas was part of a larger plan to carry out terrorist bombings against Israeli targets by Hezbollah and the Iranian Quds Force in response to the assassination of Iranian nuclear scientists.
The U.S. and Israel are pushing the Hezbollah-Iran narrative despite a complete lack of evidence. The New York Times reports “that there were no details yet about the bomber — his name, age or nationality. He also declined to describe what specific intelligence — intercepted communications, analysis of the bomber’s body parts and other details — that led analysts to conclude that the suicide bomber belonged to Hezbollah.”
Earlier today it was reported that the man was Mehdi Ghezali. He was purportedly detained at the Guantanamo Bay camp from 2002 to 2004. According to The Times of Israel, Ghezali previously studied at a Muslim religious school and mosque in Britain, and traveled to Saudi Arabia, Afghanistan, and Pakistan, where he was renditioned.
Infowars.com has extensively documented links between mosques in Britain and British intelligence.
The CIA and Pakistani intelligence collaborated together to create and run the Afghan Mujahideen in the war against the Soviet Union in the 1980s. A faction would later be converted into al-Qaeda and would be used as a destabilization force in the Balkans and elsewhere.
Source: Infowars.com, July 19 2012
| Some believe this will curb illegal police activity. Others feel it will lead to shooting of police who are in lawful pursuit of criminals seeking refuge in their homes. The issue likely will go to the Supreme Court.In Indiana, ‘Castle Doctrine’ Now Includes Right to Shoot Law Enforcement
I’ve talked about the “castle doctrine” here before (aka the ”Make My Day Law” or, more negatively, the ”Shoot The Milkman Law”). Under this legal doctrine that is recognized in many states, if you are in your home and an intruder unlawfully tries to enter to attack you, you can use deadly force to defend yourself while in the sanctity of your “castle.” As I discussed here, in some states the castle doctrine has been extended to cases where the threatened person was not in his home but in his car.
Most recently, the state of Indiana has taken the castle doctrine even one step further, becoming the first state to specifically permit its residents to use deadly force in response to the “unlawful intrusion by another individual or a public servant.” The “public servant” part of the law is what has Indiana police upset. Bloomberg reports that Tim Downs, president of the Indiana State Fraternal Order of Police, which opposed the legislation, believes the law is “a recipe for disaster.” “It just puts a bounty on our heads,” he said, and may lead intoxicated or emotional people to wrongly assume they have the right to attack officers. Other police fear that routine stops of vehicles may turn deadly for police because someone who is pulled over may decide to open fire on police and then claim that the officer was trying to illegally enter their property.
The author of the law, Republican state Senator R. Michael Young, said that the statute is a response to a 2011 Indiana Supreme Court ruling last year that held “there is no right to reasonably resist unlawful entry by police officers.” Under this ruling, Young argues, a homeowner could hypothetically discover an officer raping his daughter or wife, and have no right to use force to stop the attack. The National Rifle Association was a key proponent of Young’s statute.
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US fears uncoordinated Israeli strike on Iran –Washington concerned Israel will mount military operation against Islamic Republic, State Department official says. US consequently putting greater pressure on Security Council to impose harsher sanctions on Iran 31 Oct 2011 Fearing an uncoordinated [and insane] Israeli attack against Iran, the United States is working on several levels to pressure the UN’s Security Council into imposing harsher sanctions on Iran, Yedioth Ahronoth reported Monday. A senior US State Department official said there was growing concern among Obama administration officials ahead of an IAEA report set to be published in November indicating considerable progress in Tehran’s [alleged] development of its military nuclear program. [Meanwhile, nearly every nation on earth fears USociopaths and Israel launching more wars for Exxon Mobil and BP.]
Israel warns West: Window of opportunity to thwart Iran nuclear program is closing –Envoys renew diplomatic push to counter Tehran’s [alleged] nuclear ambitions in Foreign Ministry lobbying drive that began in mid-September 01 Nov 2011 Israeli ambassadors in Western countries have been instructed to inform high-ranking politicians that the window of opportunity for imposing effective sanctions on Iran is closing, as part of a renewed diplomatic offensive aimed at using new sanctions to stop Tehran from [allegedly] developing a nuclear bomb. The Foreign Ministry campaign, which began in mid-September, seeks to convince the United States, European Union member states and other Western countries to impose the sanctions immediately because Iran is continuing to develop its nuclear program. [How about sanctions on Israel for already *having* nuclear weapons?]
Israel to speed up settlement construction in Jerusalem, West Bank –Official: Construction will take place in areas that are expected to be part of Israeli territory 01 Nov 2011 Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Tuesday called for speeding up the construction of 2,000 housing units in East Jerusalem and the West Bank. The announcement from his office comes in retaliation for the U.N. cultural agency UNESCO’s vote, a day earlier, to accept a Palestinian bid for full membership. According to a senior Israeli official, the plan involves building 1,650 units in East Jerusalem and the rest in the West Bank settlements of Efrat and Maaleh Adumin.
As our society has been moving with haste away from raw and natural foods and more towards processed foods, we are seeing a surge of toxic contaminants such as heavy metals leaking into our food. The heavy metals in our food alongside with heavy metals found in vaccinations and other forms of exposure are paving the way for wide-spread heavy metal poisoning. One particular form of heavy metal poisoning our society may be facing is arsenic poisoning.
The growing concern over arsenic exposure and arsenic poisoning is very real. Our bodies are being exposed to heavy metals in amounts that, in some cases, don’t exceed the “safety” limit put in place by government organizations. But with all of these “small amount” and with some amounts being completely unsafe, our bodies are being completely invaded by the exposure to these heavy metals.
Arsenic must be especially better controlled at is it being found in our food time and time again. A few months ago, baby foods in the UK were found to have some levels of arsenic – so much so that the babies who ingested the food were exposed to fifty times the amount of arsenic compared to a breast-fed baby.
The former Prime Minister of Japan has revealed that scientific advisors to the Japanese government warned that evacuataions of as many as 30 million people up to 250 kilometers away from Fukushima would have to take place in the event of a worst case scenario at the stricken nuclear plant in the country’s Northeast. The proposal would have seen Tokyo itself subject to evacuation, but the idea was immediately rejected because of the chaos it would have caused.
The revelations come as Naoto Kan, who stepped down as Prime Minister last month, finally opened up about the deliberations that took place in the wake of Japan’s nuclear disaster.
In a tense interview with Kyodo News, Kan admitted that the proposal to evacuate Tokyo “was a crucial moment when I wasn’t sure whether Japan could continue to function as a state.” Ultimately, the plan was rejected because of the chaos that it would cause.
Just last week, another government insider, Kenichi Matsumoto, confirmed the plans for Tokyo’s evacuation and other details of the government’s response to the crisis to Radio Australia. In the interview, Matsumoto, former advisor to Prime Minister Kan, revealed that TEPCO not only hid information from the government, but that in the wake of the disaster they suggested abandoning the plant altogether.
Earlier this year, Toshiso Kosako, an advisor to the government on radiation safety, resigned his position in protest of radiation exposure levels for elementary schools that he said were “inexcusable.”
Meanwhile, authorities in Kashiwa City, Chiba Prefecture have announced that they will have to shut down garbage incineration plants that were being used to burn radioactive materials. The plants discovered incinerated ash to contain as much as 70,800 becquerels of radioactive cesium per kilogram, almost 10 times the national landfill level of 8,000 becquerels per kilogram. The Nambu Clean Center in Kashiwa has already stored 134 tons of incinerated ash and is running out of space to accommodate the radioactive materials.
Goshi Hosono, the minister in charge of the nuclear crisis, announced last week that the government is ready to lift evacuation advisories for five towns near the Fukushima plant. The towns, in the so-called Emergency Evacuation Preparedness Zone between 20 and 30 kilometers from the plant, are home to 30,000 people, and were under a voluntary evacuation order, but will now be able to return to their homes once they have been decontaminated.
Reacting to the decision, Tetsuji Imanaka, a professor of nuclear engineering in Kyoto University, said: “The government may be easing restrictions because concern about reactor explosions has diminished. Radiation contamination of the land hasn’t decreased so far.”
The lifting of the evacuation advisory comes even as nuclear experts slammed the government for revealing for the first time last week the results of tests conducted in late March that showed plutonium fallout from the disaster has travelled as far as 45 kilometers northwest of the plant, far beyond the Evacuation Preparedness Zone.
Michiaki Furukawa of the Citizens’ Nuclear Information Center lashed out at the government’s tardiness: “The results came too late. The government should have conducted the tests much earlier.”
The tests also revealed strontium, another dangerous radioactive element, as far as 50 miles from the plant.