President Clinton Pardoned Robert Gallo AIDS Virus Inventor!!!
Friday, October 31, 2014
Thursday, October 30, 2014
Friday, October 24, 2014
The Way It Is Friction prod. Lyr1kz
Link : https://friction1.bandcamp.com/track/the-way-it-is-friction-feat-lily-allen-prod-lyr1kz
They call themselves the Huey P. Newton Gun Club, named after the co-founder of the Black Panther Party For Self Defense. Like the defunct organization which called for reform of community policing, demanding that police come from the neighborhoods they serve, the Huey P. Newton Gun Club says they are marching “to promote self-defense and community policing” in response to the recent high profile stories about police shooting unarmed African Americans across the country.
To the protesters, “community policing” is more than just a word. Communities should be protected by members of the community, and held accountable. Ironically this was the original vision for community policing, articulated in 1812 by Sir Robert Peel. That’s right, it may surprise many to discover that our communities have only had police as we know them for a little over 200 years. Even then, it took a little while for Peel’s concept of police forces to make its way to the United States. Since then it has become a norm that many cannot imagine a time before.
In Texas, the Huey P. Newton Gun Club are following in the footsteps of Newton, who was a law major, striving to stay within the bounds of legality. Though the historical Black Panthers had a notable slip-up which led to then Governor Ronald Reagan signing the Mulford Act which prohibited carrying loaded guns in public space. The goal of the Panthers, as they explained it, was to assert the rights of the people to defend themselves against corrupt police, within the bounds of the law. The Huey P. Newton Gun Club says that’s exactly what they are doing today with their open carry protests.
Police have kept a close eye on the protesters, while also trying to keep their distance. One officer we talked to said “there’s really nothing we can do about it. Open carry protests are not against the law.”
Others refused to comment.
As the open carry protesters marched down MLK Boulevard and Malcolm X Boulevard chanting “justice for Michael Brown,” the unarmed African American teenager shot and killed by police in suburban St. Louis town of Ferguson, police looked uneasy.
Since that first protest, the Huey P. Newton Gun Club has hit the streets again. They say “black open carry is here to stay.”
Far from being focused only by the Mike Brown shooting, the Huey P. Newton Gun Club says that their goal is “to shed light on local shootings by police.”
“We think that all black people have the right to self-defense and self-determination,” said Huey Freeman, the organizer of one of this Fall’s marches. “We believe that we can police ourselves and bring security to our own communities.”
Freeman said Wednesday’s marchers planned to patronize several South Dallas businesses to keep their money in the community and teach their neighbors about their “right to self-defense.” The group says that they are here to educate people about their rights, and to defend against illegal violence perpetrated by rogue officers or even drug dealers.
Many passers-by honked and waved in support. Most were African American, but many were Caucasian and Latino.
“We need to arm ourselves, not to attack anybody, but in self-defense,” an open carry protester said. “We can’t let people just come into our community, whether they are law enforcement or not, and just gun our people down and there is no accountability.”
Dallas police officers appeared to follow the demonstrators in unmarked police cars. Toward the beginning of the 90-minute demonstration, a couple of police cars temporarily blocked off MLK Boulevard so the protesters could safely cross the street.
Christina Smith, acting commander of the Police Department’s strategic deployment bureau, explained “it is standard protocol for non-uniformed officers to be present at all scheduled protests/rallys in order to protect the rights of the demonstrators as well as other citizens.”
Protester Charles Goodson, said “I would rather them not be here because there are many issues going on here with regards to police brutality. But, at the same time, if it helps the community by seeing the police here or makes people more comfortable, then that’s fine.”
The earlier August protest saw a strong police presence, even while officers kept their distance. At one point the police blocked off the street to allow the protesters to cross traffic safely. Other than that officers said they were not going to stop them. Protesters too said that they were more or less indifferent to the police presence, as they were “irrelevant” to the legal and peaceful march.
Now a second, larger open carry “armed self-defense patrol” took to the streets this October, marching around Dixon Circle. This is where James Harper was shot and killed by a Dallas officer in July of 2012 when a raid was executed on his home, sparking outrage in the community.
“The end goal is to establish the situation where all black people in every community are armed,” Darren Ecks, an open carry protester with the group said. “They’re ready to do self-defense, not just against the police department, but against drug dealers or against anybody that would bring harm to the communities.”
Help SPREAD THE WORD, because we all know the mainstream media won’t do it’s job!
Wednesday, October 22, 2014
Welcome to New World Next Week — the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of the most important developments in open source intelligence news. This week:
Story #1: Ebola Vaccine Trials in West Africa Expected to Start in January
WHO Missed 'The Disaster of Our Times,' Say Aid Agencies
WHO claims Ebola vaccine won't give you Ebola
Globally-supported company is funding fatal polio shots
Swine Flu Cases Overestimated
Story #2: CEO of French Oil Giant Total Killed in Moscow Plane Crash
July: CEO of Total says "no reason to pay for oil in dollars."
Total’s de Margerie Sees No Need for Dollars in Oil Purchases
Crashes of Convenience
Story #3: Citizen Pulls Over Police Officer
Hillary Clinton Heckled by US Congressional Candidate
#NewWorldNextWeek Updates: US Shells Out Millions to Potential Nazi War Criminals
City Stealing From Citizens By Tampering With Traffic Lights
U.S. Humanitarian Aid Going to ISIS
Obama makes rare campaign trail appearance, people leave early
Polio Vaccine 2002-2011: http://www.corbettreport.com/polio-vaccine-causes-polio/
The MSM spent years ridiculing those backward Muslim conspiracy theorists with their outrageous theories about how the polio vaccine was not good for them…Until the conspiracists were proven right.
2002: Nigeria Muslims oppose polio vaccination
2006: Rumors Cause Resistance to Vaccines in Nigeria
2009: Nigeria Still Fighting False Rumors About Polio Vaccine
2009: Polio surge in Nigeria after vaccine virus mutates
2009: Polio vaccine blamed for outbreaks in Nigeria
Traditional rulers in northern Nigeria call for halt to polio vaccination
Tuesday, October 21, 2014
JOHANNESBURG (miningweekly.com) – An exciting diamond find has been made in Liberia, Incubex Minerals chief operating officer Dr John Bristow said on Tuesday.
Bristow, speaking to Mining Weekly Online in the attached video interview, said the discovery of what appears to be a kimberlite pipe had been made by South African-born geologist Steve Haggerty, CEO and chief exploration officer ofYoussef Diamond Mining Company (YDMC).
The US-funded YDMC has been working in deep jungle in a cratonic area regarded as highly prospective and is now taking steps to scope and develop a plant for the conducting of the pipe’s economic evaluation.
“It’s nice to see some new discoveries coming to the fore,” said Bristow.
However, only 1% of the 6 500 kimberlites that companies have found around the world have been economically feasible to mine.
“It’s a long-odds game,” Bristow commented to Mining Weekly Online.
The pipe, along with an associated kimberlite fissure system, is almost certain be the source of the diamonds that have supported a downstream alluvial artisanal diamond mining community for the past seven decades.
In neighbouring Sierra Leone, the Steinmetz group has the Koidu diamond mine.
YDMC said in a media release that the pipe had a proven length of 438 m and a width of up to 45 m.
The Star of Sierra Leone, which was discovered in the Koidu area in 1972, is said to be the largest alluvial diamond ever discovered.
The 968.9-carat diamond, which New York City jeweller Harry Winstonreportedly bought for around $2.5-million 41 years ago, is described as having perfect chemical purity.
Link : http://www.miningweekly.com/article/exciting-diamond-find-in-liberia-john-bristow-2013-08-20
Link : http://www.miningweekly.com/article/exciting-diamond-find-in-liberia-john-bristow-2013-08-20
Monday, October 20, 2014
Lets Review the "Year Of The Tridents"
1. SuperBowl Maserati Commercial Feb 2 2014
2.Ukraine Invasion Feb 18-28th
3. Malaysian Flight MH370 March 8th 2014
4. Malaysian Flight MH 17 July 17, 2014
5. Expert Glenn Thomas in Ebola & AIDS viruses Died on Malaysian Airlines MH 17 plane
(Laboratory of Biological Weapons at the hospital in Kenema ,Sierra Leone)
Glenn Thomas was aware of evidence showing that the lab had manipulated diagnosed positive for Ebola [on behalf of Tulane University] in order to justify a coercive medical treatment to the population and to submit it to an experimental vaccine
Link : Who Owns The Patent to Ebola??
Friday, October 17, 2014
False flags and corruption by the CIA, FBI and US Government to create an endless war against Islam, plus the financial gains for the elite interested in conflict in the middle east are discussed with Sibel Edmonds. Where is the conspiracy coming from, and what is behind fear mongering over ISIS in Iraq and Syria? We look at the new domino theory, 9/11 conspiracy, The Lone Gladio and Edmonds’ history as a whistleblower in this full length Buzzsaw interview hosted by Sean Stone.
One of Vice President Joe Biden’s sons, Hunter Biden, has been discharged from the Navy after reportedly testing positive for cocaine, the Wall Street Journal reports.
According to the Journal, Biden, 44, joined the Navy Reserves last year and because of his age had to go through a commission that required him to submit to a drug test. After he reportedly tested positive, his brief tenure with the Navy, which included a part-time job, was terminated.
Since the Navy does not make discharge information public, the Journal did not state whether Biden’s discharge was honorable or dishonorable.
“[It was] the honor of my life to serve in the U.S. Navy, and I deeply regret and am embarrassed that my actions led to my administrative discharge,” Biden wrote in a statement viewed by the Journal. “I respect the Navy’s decision. With the love and support of my family, I’m moving forward.”
The Journal noted that Biden’s fall from grace shouldn’t be that bad, since he is a lawyer by training and currently a managing partner in an investment firm.
Thursday, October 16, 2014
When Officer Sean Williams gunned down John Crawford in the Beavercreek, Ohio Walmart, two of our citizen journalists were on the scene within what amounted to minutes.
“What took the longest was getting into the parking lot. We were on our way to Colonel Glenn, one block parallel to a different store. But when a number of officers swarmed the shopping center, we decided to pull in and see what was going on,” our reporters explained.
It didn’t take long to find out some of the specifics, “people were running everywhere, to their cars, to other stores like Office Depot. They were trying to get as far away from Walmart as possible.”
Why? “They said there was a ‘crazed gun man firing at shoppers.’ Little did we know then, but this ‘crazed gunman’ who they were referring to was not John Crawford, it was Officer Williams,” our other citizen journalist on the scene added.
Our reporters say that they’ve deliberately kept their names out of this because of previous harassment by the Beavercreek Police Department.
“A couple of years ago we filmed the Beavercreek cops arresting a lady who was begging for money on Christmas Eve. We had just given her some cash and we watched the Beavercreek cops literally pocket it. We pulled over and started filming. We gave her another $20 and challenged the officer to steal it while we were filming.”
But it didn’t end there. “The officer began screaming at us that we were not to approach him. He was grabbing his sidearm, even though we were a good 15 or more feet away. We left, realizing that we were about to get shot, and we put the video on YouTube.”
That’s when the threats from Beavercreek cops began.
“We were threatened day in and day out for a month. The Beavercreek cops called us, inboxed us at email addresses they should not have known. They threatened us with personal harm and even threatened to get us kicked out of [local University].”
Eventually they took the video down and the threats from the Beavercreek police came to an end.
“It didn’t surprise us when we heard about the Beavercreek Police shooting a black man in Walmart. That is what they do: they arrest or – in this case – kill people who come in from outside of the area and make the town seem lower income. The Supreme Court even had to stop them from their racist ban on bus stops, which aimed to keep black people out of Fairfield Commons Mall.” That mall is right across the street from the Walmart where John Crawford was shot.
Our reporters told us something else about the Beavercreek Police that might surprise you.
“The funny thing is, there are some decent folks in the Beavercreek department. I know a couple of them from [...] and one has told me several things about this case… but they wish to remain anonymous, of course.”
We, of course, have withheld the connection of our reporters to the officers they referred to, as this would compromise anonymity.
Our reporter turned to one of these sources in the Beavercreek Police Department in particular, early on when we were the first to identify the single shooter of Crawford. They told us the specific name and history of Officer Sean Williams, before any of this was public knowledge, as well as the fact that he had killed before, in fact being the only Beavercreek officer to have killed anyone in the line of work in the history of the department.
So we turned to them again about this case, and this is what they told our reporters…
“Nobody on the force wants Williams here anymore.”
“Why?” our reporters asked. “Could you elaborate?”
“He’s a liability. We all know it. There was an investigation last time he shot someone. It seemed more clear cut, but the family disputed his claims – said that he never charged him with the knife, that Williams was lying. I don’t know who is telling the truth, and neither did anyone else except the family, Sean and a dead vet[eran].”
We asked further, “what about him being a liability? Why won’t the Chief just fire him?”
“It’s not that simple,” the officer explained to us. “He has history here: family history. The Chief honors that.”
The officer seemed to have been referring to the fact that Officer Sean William’s father works for the department and has for decades. He in fact parked a K-9 unit vehicle with a barking police dog right near where protesters were blocking the entrance to the department during last week’s occupation of the Beavercreek Police Department. In spite of the illegal barricade and goading arrest by activists, police stood down as the department was shut down.
“Sean is a lose cannon. That’s how many of us feel. We want to get back to work. But he’s making this our daily priority. We’re constantly being briefed about one thing or another related to this case. Once he’s back on the beat, what if he shoots someone else? Is this just something we have to expect every few years now?”
We asked the officer if this is the general consensus among officers at the Beavercreek Police Department.
“Everyone doesn’t feel as strongly about this as I do, but I would say yes, that is the general climate, aside from people close to [the Williams family].”
This Saturday there is a major protest demanding justice for John Crawford at the state capital in Columbus. The officer we spoke to encouraged protesters to “keep it up. There is nothing you are doing that is illegal. If other cops don’t like it: too damn bad.”
We asked about the blockade of the department too, they replied: “I am not privy to all of the details, but I will tell you that while there was some discussion, I don’t think anyone was ever going to get arrested. The Department is out of the way for many reasons. But one is that you can protest there all day and no one will know unless they know. It was an inconvenience, but at the end of the day, Chief told you that he’s gonna do whatever-the-hell he wants anyway. So you packed up, you went home. That’s what he knew would happen. He’s just hoping it all blows over and fizzles out. If arrests would have been made, it would have brought more attention to this. He [the Chief] just wants this to go away – I just want this to go away. But we disagree on what that means for Sean. I don’t think this can or even should go away until he is off the streets for good. Then we can get back to doing our jobs.”
Help us get the word out. The movement to bring justice for John Crawford is just getting started!
Lennon Lacy's autopsy report is out, but it does little to quell the sinister mystery surrounding the North Carolina teen's death. Lennon, 17, died from suffocation as a result of hanging, it says, adding that the dark abrasion circling his neck and the buckle mark under his ear were caused by the noose made of belts that was tied to the swing set where he was found in Bladenboro on Aug. 29. But the autopsy gives no clues as to how the high school junior got there, and Lennon's family still insists didn't kill himself. The autopsy report does, however, mention that Lennon had reportedly "been depressed over the recent death of his uncle," an inclusion the teen's brother says is suspicious. "An autopsy cannot determine whether a person was depressed—you can’t tell that from physical signs, so why was it put in the report?" Pierre Lacy tells the Guardian.
A NAACP lawyer working with the Lacy family agrees, saying suicide may have been presumed going into the autopsy, when "all our evidence suggests that Lennon was relieved that his great uncle had died after a long and painful illness, and that he was looking forward to his football game that night." Also odd: The autopsy report doesn't mention shoes among its list of the clothing he was found in (the family was told Lennon was found wearing white sneakers in the wrong size that relatives didn't recognize), nor does it mention a bump seen on Lennon's forehead by relatives and the funeral director. And no DNA swabs seem to have been taken to determine whether anyone else's DNA was present on Lennon's body. The family is considering exhuming the body to have an independent autopsy conducted, and the NAACP wants to talk to the chief medical examiner. Click for more on Lennon's death.
WInnie Mandela informs Minister Farrakhan of a report out of Africa that proves that there was a plot to take his life by Satan. Minister Farrakhan continues in a flurry of truth that knocks out the brains of falsehood and lifts up the bones in the valley of America and throughout the world.