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Infowars

  1. Coca-Cola Facing Major Financial Challenges As Sales Steadily Decline 2014-12-26
  2. Cops’ fury after Eric Garner’s daughter tweets address of another officer at the scene of her dad’s chokehold death 2014-12-26
  3. Scientists zero in on how lung cancer spreads 2014-12-26
  4. Americans love getting guns for Christmas 2014-12-26
  5. WHO: Ebola epidemic kills nearly 8,000 in West Africa 2014-12-26
  6. Despite boasts, ISIS failing in attempt at state-building 2014-12-26
  7. Hack on Sony: FBI Still Blames North Korea Despite Experts’ Evidence 2014-12-26
  8. US to Spike Private Mercenaries in Iraq Amid Expanding War, Says Senior Official 2014-12-26
  9. Cubans picked up at sea by U.S. Coast Guard rises nearly 75% 2014-12-26
  10. Spokane Washington And The Police State In America 2014-12-26
  11. Police: Cartel claims they have kidnapped Border Patrol agent 2014-12-26
  12. ‘Noah’s Ark’: Russia to build world first DNA databank of all living things 2014-12-26
  13. The Same Revolt: Breathe, Occupy, Tea Party – What If These Are Variations Of The Same Revolution? 2014-12-26
  14. Affidavit Shows Cop Union Targeting Foes 2014-12-26
  15. US missile strikes kill 7 militants in NW Pakistan 2014-12-26
  16. New York State Cop Threatens to Have Man Arrested for Recording Traffic Stop 2014-12-26
  17. Florida Man Arrested for Recording Cops Wins Settlement 2014-12-26
  18. Turkey Frees Teenager Who ‘Insulted’ The President 2014-12-26
  19. In Holiday Document Dump, NSA Declassifies Compliance Errors 2014-12-26
  20. China To Launch Yuan Swap Trading With Russian Rubles On Monday 2014-12-26
  21. Visa suspends service with Russian banks in Crimea 2014-12-26
  22. Ukraine broadens powers of top security body 2014-12-26
  23. EXODUS: Cubans picked up at sea by U.S. Coast Guard rises nearly 75% 2014-12-26
  24. Boxing With Reality: The CIA And ISI Are Immune From Institutional Reflection And Reform 2014-12-26
  25. Stray Dog Credited for Christmas ‘Miracle’ Cancer Cure 2014-12-26

911Blogger.com

  1. The Net Is Mightier Than The Sword - James Corbett at TEDxGroningen Dec 25, 2014 2014-12-25
  2. Oswald and Atta: Erratic, Protected and Seeking Attention 2014-12-21
  3. Terrorism and the Evolution of Deception 2014-12-09
  4. Gladio B and the Battle for Eurasia James Corbett Dec 2, 2014 2014-12-06
  5. 12 Things to Keep in Mind When You Read the Torture Report 2014-12-03
  6. Tony Szamboti : On NIST's 9/11 Sins of Omission 2014-12-02
  7. H.R. 428 Could Send 9/11 Truth Mainstream 2014-11-20
  8. We Were Lied To About 9/11 - Episode 11 - Thomas Drake 2014-11-13
  9. 25 POINTS 2014-11-03
  10. AE911Truth's Report to the Public: Cyrus Vance, Jr., Manhattan D.A., On Notice, Again 2014-11-03
  11. Was aviation security given the short shrift in the 9/11 Commission report? 2014-11-03
  12. “Vote Truth” – Political Stake Sign Pilot for 9/11 Truth 2014-10-29
  13. Interview 961 – The Mind Renewed: ISIS and the Strategy of Tension Corbett • 10/26/2014 2014-10-26
  14. We Were Lied To About 9/11 - Episode 9 - Michael Springmann 2014-10-16
  15. Lars Schall and Paul Zarembka Dissect the 9/11 Insider Trading 2014-10-16
  16. The Hidden Government Group Linking JFK, Watergate, Iran-Contra and 9/11 2014-10-06
  17. Why Do Good People Become Silent—or Worse—About 9/11? Parts 10 & 11 Written by Frances T. Shure 2014-10-03
  18. We Were Lied To About 9/11 - Episode 6 - Lorie Van Auken 2014-09-27
  19. Graeme MacQueen Reveals The Anthrax Deception - James Corbett • 09/25/2014 2014-09-24
  20. The 1993 WTC Bombing Damage Myth 2014-09-21
  21. Lee Hamilton - the debate about WTC 7 continues 2014-09-17
  22. We Were Lied To About 9/11 - Episode 5 - Coleen Rowley 2014-09-16
  23. The Smoking Guns of the 2001 Anthrax Attacks 2014-09-15
  24. New 9/11 Timeline Entries: White House Staffers' Actions on 9/11, President Apparently in Danger, and More 2014-09-15
  25. Why are the ASCE Journals being dishonest and misleading concerning how the WTC Towers collapsed? 2014-09-13
  26. New Letter at the Journal of 9/11 Studies 2014-09-13
  27. Never Forget … Countries from Around the World Admit They Use False Flag Terror 2014-09-10
  28. Dan Rather's Most Interesting and Controversial 9/11 Reports 2014-09-10
  29. The Day Before 9/11: Suspicious Events of Sept. 10, 2001 2014-09-10
  30. NSA Whistleblower Joins AE911Truth in Calling for Real 9/11 Investigation - GRTV Feature Interview 2014-09-09

LewRockwell

  1. Legal Terror
    Listen to the podcast ROCKWELL:  Well, good morning.  This is the Lew Rockwell Show.  And how great to have as our guest this morning, Mr. Harry Silverglate.  Harry -- all I can say is, if I were ever in trouble in the Boston area, Harry is the guy I would want to call.  I mean, he's an extraordinary civil liberties attorney, defender of people targeted by the government, defender of student rights and academic freedom.  And he's had just a tremendous career in that area.  And as if that weren't enough, also a career as a writer, a newspaper columnist ... Continue reading
  2. A Chilling Video From Marc Faber
    The Fed has been printing so much money it does not flow evenly through the system.Bubbles are created and Marc is concerned about a systemic crisis approaching. Marc Faber: Not Even Gold Will Be Able To Save You From What Is Coming Reprinted from MarcFaberNews.com.
  3. Millions of Christians Are in Mourning This Christmas
    It will be a miserable Christmas for the overseas victims of US interventions this year. Though "regime change" proponents talk of bringing freedom and democracy to the countries they target, the end result is quite the opposite: the rise of extremism, famine, ethnic cleansing, and economic destruction are what the US government has left behind in places like Iraq, Syria, and Ukraine. The neoconservatives who pushed for war in Iraq are incapable of self-reflection, but the numbers do not lie. For the first time in more than 1,000 years, reports the Washington Post today, "the plains of Nineveh and its ... Continue reading
  4. Avoidable Death
    (This is an introductory article to an updated series on antibiotics that will be useful in a long-term survival setting. Future articles will discuss these drugs in detail and some natural substances that may have antimicrobial properties. It should be noted that recommendations on this site are meant for post-apocalyptic settings. If modern medicine exists, seek it out. Practicing medicine without a license is illegal and punishable by law.) In a disaster, especially a long-term one, the medically prepared person will be able to handle many emergencies. It’s important, however, to understand that there are clearly survivable issues, like a ... Continue reading
  5. Just Try It for 30 Days

    Green Supplements are one of the basic supplements that I recommend for everyone. Now you probably do not want to take another pill, but if you aren’t eating as many servings of fruits and vegetables as you should, then a supplement that makes up for that is a good idea. I like to backtrack a little when I address the need for a supplement. So, here goes. The main reason to take supplements is to supplement your diet with something that isn’t there so that you stay healthy. Almost everyone agrees that if we all ate what we should and ... Continue reading
  6. Police Checkpoints: The State in All Its Glory
    Every year around this time, it just isn’t the holiday season if you don’t end up stuck in a long line of traffic going through a mandatory DUI checkpoint.  The cops are looking for people drinking and driving, and this unconstitutional search has been upheld by the Supreme Court. And every year around this time, when I say it is a violation of my rights, someone chimes in: “If you aren’t doing anything wrong, you don’t have anything to worry about.” It’s entirely possible that if I hear this argument one more time this year, I’m going to have something ... Continue reading
  7. Did the US Shoot-Down Malaysia Air 370?
    A former airline boss and writer claims the U.S. downed Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 because the military feared it had been taken over by hackers and was about to be used in a 9/11-style attack. Marc Dugain, the former chief executive of now-defunct Proteus Airlines, said the jumbo jet was shot down near a U.S. military base on the remote island of Diego Garcia in the Indian Ocean after it was hacked. He told Paris Match that islanders in the Maldives near Diego Garcia told him they saw the missing aircraft flying low. Dugain spoke of a fisherman on a ... Continue reading
  8. The ‘Exceptionalism’ of US Torture
    In 1964, the Brazilian military, in a U.S.-designed coup, overthrew a liberal (not more to the left than that) government and proceeded to rule with an iron fist for the next 21 years. In 1979 the military regime passed an amnesty law blocking the prosecution of its members for torture and other crimes. The amnesty still holds. That’s how they handle such matters in what used to be called The Third World. In the First World, however, they have no need for such legal niceties. In the United States, military torturers and their political godfathers are granted amnesty automatically, simply ... Continue reading
  9. The Case for Ebenezer
    My interest in Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol began one Christmas eve when, as a small child, my parents turned on network radio to listen to what, even then, had become a classic Christmas eve festivity: Lionel Barrymore’s presentation of the Dickens story. Radio was a medium that required the imagination to paint scenes far more colorful, and to concoct monsters far scarier, than anything motion pictures or television have ever been able to present. With radio, the listener was the stage designer, costumer, and location director. In later years, I watched Alistair Sim's movie version of the story – ... Continue reading
  10. I Wipe Away a Tear
    During this Christmas season we have been inundated with news stories about U.S. soldiers stationed overseas who are separated from their families. This has been increasing every year since the U.S. invasions of Iraq and Afghanistan. The American Red Cross has a “Holiday Mail for Heroes” program that allows people to send a card of thanks and support to military personnel and their families. Charities and schools across the country host Christmas card drives for troops. Students make Christmas cards for service members. There are toy drives for the children of military personnel (these are to be distinguished from Toys ... Continue reading
  11. Christmas 1914
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  12. Worldwide Bail-Ins Are Coming
    In case you missed the announcement, Cyprus-style bail-ins are coming to a bank near you. On November 16, leaders of the G20 Group of Nations – the 20 largest economies – made an important decision. The world’s megabanks now have official permission to pledge depositor accounts as collateral to make leveraged derivative bets. And if they lose a bet, the counterparty to the contract has first dibs on your money. The governments of these 20 countries are now supposed to put these arrangements into law. Most, including the US, have already done so. You could be forgiven for not paying ... Continue reading

BlackListed News

  1. New technology allows police cruisers to record nearly everything
    On a neighborhood street, Officer Zac Perron pulls over a driver who has run a stop sign. Perron's dashboard camera recorded a standard view of the traffic stop -- but the rest of his cruiser's video system recorded much more.
  2. Iran expands ‘smart’ Internet censorship
    Iran has some of the strictest controls on Internet access in the world Iran is to expand what it calls “smart filtering” of the Internet, a policy of censoring undesirable content on websites without banning them completely, as it used to, the government said on Friday.
  3. Missouri Residents Vote to Ban Speed Cameras
    It should come as no surprise to most drivers, that speed cameras are not being installed on your roadways to make your life easier (and they are your roadways. Your taxes paid for them). As much as the government would like you to think that they have your best interest at heart, these devices do not make our roads safer. If anything they may make intersections even more dangerous, and they really don’t serve any purpose beyond generating revenue for the city and the police department.
  4. Mexico: Los Zetas Drug Cartel Linked San Fernando Police to Migrant Massacres
    The PGR in Mexico recently declassified a document that shows suspected collusion between police and organized crime in the Mexican city of San Fernando. The new document together with existing declassified US documents, including a number of cables from the U.S. Consulate in Monterrey (along with a few diplomatic cables published by Wikileaks) reveal eerie similarities between the mass disappearance of normalistas in Ayotzinapa and 2 other cases of mass disappearances in the northern Mexican state of Tamaulipas in 2010 & 2011. The following article is republished in full via The National Security Archive
  5. Bilderberg Group and the Cult of Austerity
    Participants at Bilderberg appreciate having a closed-door forum where they can speak openly and directly to one other – and of course, not to us. But perhaps we, the people, would also like to hear what they have to say. For the past four years, Bilderbergers have been running around the world preaching the gospel of “austerity” and “structural reform” – very important terms. If you don’t know what they mean, Bilderbergers are working their day jobs to make sure you will learn.
  6. The NSA dumped a bunch of oversight reports on Christmas Eve for essentially no reason
    The National Security Agency published on Christmas Eve a series of heavily-redacted reports written about its misconduct by the President’s Intelligence Oversight Board. The reports are said to have been released in response to a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit brought against the NSA by the American Civil Liberties Union. They describe the agency’s wrongdoings from the first quarter of 2001 to the second quarter of 2013.
  7. Cops Can Use Fake Facebook Accounts To Lure Suspects, Says Judge
    If you’re a criminal, be careful who you friend on Facebook. A federal judge ruled last week that law enforcement can create fake social network profiles in order to search through a suspect’s account. Cops can lure suspects into “friending” them and then use the content of their Facebook, Instagram or other social media accounts against them in court.
  8. Putin Signs New Military Doctrine: Names NATO, US As Main Foreign Threat; Test Fires New ICBM
    Last week, after the unanimous passage of the Ukraine Freedom Support Act of 2014 in Congress, which made legal the provision of US “lethal aid” to Kiev and which Russia blasted as an act of aggression and promised that it would merely accelerate the deterioration of relations between Russia and the west, we wrote that “World Awaits Russian Response As Obama Makes “Lethal Aid” To Ukraine Legal.” We didn’t have long to wait: one short hour ago, Putin adopted an updated version of its military doctrine, which “reflects the emergence of new threats against its national security” and which names both the NATO military buildup on Russia’s borders, as well as the US and the destabilized situation in some regions (read Ukraine) as the main foreign threats to Russian security. The doctrine update also, for the first time, put protection of Russian national interest in the Arctic (read oil and nat gas) among the key priorities for Russia’s armed forces.
  9. The Ruble's Slide Begins to Claim Banking Casualties
    The dramatic slide in the value of the rouble has claimed its first banking casualty. The Russian Central Bank, to the tune of US$530m, is bailing out Trust Bank. The emergency liquidity line’s intent is as life support for one of modern Russia’s more established banks.
  10. Iran kicks off massive Gulf military drills
    Iran kicks off massive Gulf military drills Iran launched extensive military drills on Thursday, local media reported, in a show of strength stretching several hundred kilometres from the Strait of Hormuz to the Gulf of Aden.
  11. Badcop: Officer Busted for Burglarizing Multiple Businesses and Homes On-Duty
    A veteran police officer of more than 20 years has been charged with a slew of felonies after being caught burglarizing homes and businesses while on duty. According to BND.com, Officer Brian Barker, 41, of Moro was initially charged with burglary, a Class 2 felony, and official misconduct, a Class 3 felony. He was accused of entering Reality Salon and Spa in Edwardsville on Sunday and stealing money from the register while on duty.
  12. Visa suspends service with Russian banks in Crimea
    “According to the US sanctions imposed against Crimea on December 19, 2014, Visa currently cannot provide services and offer their products in the Crimea,” Visa Inc. said in a statement.
  13. Google “Forgets” 228,000 URLs—Many More to Come
    Ever since a European court began allowing individuals to petition Google to remove links about them, requests have flooded in. Indeed, according to data released this week, the internet giant has received over 200,000 requests from business owners, wanna politicians, former criminals and everyday citizens who want previous disgraces or sensitive information to be erased from the Web.
  14. Services cut off, East Cleveland weighs bankruptcy
    East Cleveland has long been one of the poorest cities in the state, a model for what urban decay looks like — streets filled with blighted and boarded-up homes and tired commercial districts. And it's beyond broke.
  15. China to Start Payments With Russia in National Currencies on December 29
    China will start swaps and forwards between the yuan and the national currencies of Russia, Malaysia and New Zealand on December 29, the China Foreign Exchange Trade System (CFETS) reported Friday. Earlier in December, China's Minister of Commerce Gao Hucheng claimed that China could increase the usage of yuan in trade with Russia amid the ruble's depreciation, which falls in line with China's intention to increase the usage of national currencies in international payments in order to weaken the US dollar's dominance in global finance and promote the yuan as an alternative.