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Monday, 16 April

22:12

Afghan women excluded from public life "IndyWatch Feed World"

Women in Afghanistans Ghor province say they are excluded from public life, with almost no representation in local government, the law or any other decision-making body.

22:08

'Gluten Brain': Wheat cuts off blood flow to the frontal cortex "IndyWatch Feed World"

Wheat consumption has been linked to psychiatric conditions like schizophrenia for over 60 years, but recent research indicates the mind-altering properties of this popular food are, in part, caused by it cutting off blood flow to the frontal cortex of the brain. As far back as 1954, reports of the full or partial resolution of schizophrenia following a gluten free diet began to surface in the medical literature. I explored this remarkable phenomenon in a previous article titled, 60 Years of Research Links Gluten Grains to Schizophrenia. While the explanation for this intriguing connection has remained focused on the disruption of the gut-brain axis and the presence in wheat of a wide range of pharmacologically active and mostly opioid receptor modulating polypeptides with glutathione-depleting properties, a new and possibly more disturbing explanation is beginning to surface: wheat consumption also cuts off blood flow to the brain. Starting with a 1997 case study published in the Journal of Internal Medicine involving a 33-year-old patient, with pre-existing diagnosis of 'schizophrenic' disorder, who first came to medical attention for severe diarrhea and weight loss (classical symptoms of gluten intolerance), brain scan technology determined that cerebral hypoperfusion (decreased blood flow to the brain) was occurring within the patient's frontal cortex.[i] A gluten free diet resulted not only in the normalization of intestinal damage and autoantibodies, but also in the return of blood flow to the frontal cortex, and the resolution of schizophrenic symptoms.

22:07

Trump continues to be more confrontational towards Russia than Obama was "IndyWatch Feed World"

The civil war in Syria began in 2011 and escalated for five years during the Obama presidency, yet Barack Obama - despite demands from leaders of both parties and think tanks across the spectrum - never once bombed Syrian government targets. Although the CIA under Obama spent $1 billion per year to covertly train and fund Bashar al-Assad's enemies, it was never close to enough to topple him: just enough to keep the war going. But Obama never bombed Assad or his military assets: a decision which, to this day, is scorned across official Washington. Hillary Clinton blasted Obama's refusal to do more to stop Assad, and in 2017, she actively encouraged Donald Trump to bomb Assad and take out his air force. To this day, Obama regards his refusal to bomb Assad as one of his best moments; about this, Obama told The Atlantic in 2016: "I'm very proud of this moment." He made the decision because he "was tired of watching Washington unthinkingly drift toward war in Muslim countries" and because he was wary of military confrontation with a regime that is "sponsored by two large states": Russia and Iran. Indeed, not only did Obama refuse to risk military confrontation with Russia in Syria, he sought in 2016 - after Russia annexed Ukraine - to form a military partnership with Vladimir Putin to bomb agreed-to targets in Syria.

22:06

Macron claims the 3 UNSC members' strike on Syria was legitimate "IndyWatch Feed World"

French President Emmanuel Macron said that the US-led strike on Syria was legitimate, but "history will judge" whether the operation was justified. He added that neither France nor its allies are at war with the country. Macron was giving a live interview following the Saturday strike on Syria that was carried out without any resolution from the UN security council. The US-led attack, that hit three targets in Syria, a research center and military bases, was launched in response to an alleged chemical attack in Douma on April 7. The French president defended the lack of a UN resolution before conducting the strikes against Syria, saying that it was "the international community" that intervened. "We have complete international legitimacy to act within this framework," Macron said in the interview broadcast by BFMTV, RMC radio and Mediapart. "Three members of the Security Council have intervened." Macron also alleged that he was the one who convinced US President Donald Trump to remain in Syria and that the coalition should limit their strikes to chemical weapons facilities. "Ten days ago, President Trump was saying 'the United States should withdraw from Syria'. We convinced him it was necessary to stay," Macron said. "We convinced him it was necessary to stay for the long term."

22:06

Trump wants troops out of Syria 'ASAP', but it won't be very quick "IndyWatch Feed World"

US President Donald Trump wants to bring troops back from Syria as soon as possible, the White House said, but not before their goals are fulfilled. Earlier, the French president said he had convinced Trump the troops had to stay. "The US mission has not changed - the president has been clear that he wants US forces to come home as quickly as possible," White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders said in a statement cited by Reuters. The US has some 2,000 troops and a number of military contractors acting in Syria. Before they go home, though, their mission has to be fulfilled. "We are determined to completely crush ISIS and create the conditions that will prevent its return. In addition, we expect our regional allies and partners to take greater responsibility both militarily and financially for securing the region," Sanders said. The goals outlined by Sanders were earlier mentioned by the US envoy to the UN, Nikki Haley, in a Fox News interview. Haley's list was somewhat broader, though, adding monitoring Iran's activity and ensuring American interests are safe from Syrian President Bashar Assad's purported chemical weapons. The somewhat vague objectives, combined with Washington's refusal to hold any direct talks with Damascus and numerous demands for Assad to step down or be toppled, could effectively extend "as quickly as possible" to a nearly indefinite stretch.

22:04

Trump allegedly wanted to bomb Russian and Iranian targets amid Syria strikes "IndyWatch Feed World"

President Donald Trump reportedly favored bombing Russian and Iranian targets in Syria, before Pentagon chief James Mattis talked the US leader out of it. Trump discussed three military options for Syria last week with his revamped national security team, led by Bush-era hawk John Bolton, the Wall Street Journal reported on Saturday, citing sources familiar with White House decision-making. The least expansive option included striking "a narrow set of targets" linked to what the report said were "Syria's chemical weapons capabilities." The second option proposed targeting a broader set of Syrian targets, including "suspected chemical-weapons research facilities and military command centers." Finally, the most aggressive proposal might have included bombing Russian air defenses in Syria, in order to "cripple the regime's military capabilities without touching [President Bashar] Assad's political machinery."

22:04

Universities and companies infected by feminist ideologies are justifying discrimination through 'diversity' programs "IndyWatch Feed World"

The concept of "diversity" has such a lovely ring to it, conjuring up romantic notions of being forward-thinking and living harmoniously in society. But what if diversity is being used as a way to justify discrimination? On April 4, documents obtained by a group suing Harvard University demonstrated that the university's admissions process has been discriminating against Asian applicants for decades. As discussed in a complaint filed by 64 Asian-American organizations in 2015, affirmative action requires the SAT scores of Asian applicants to be hundreds of points higher than applicants from other ethnic backgrounds. It has reached a point where mixed-raced Asian applicants will choose to hide their Asian heritage when they apply to Ivy League schools. The case echoes discrimination documented by former YouTube recruiter, Arne Wilberg, in a recent lawsuit against its parent company, Google. In the suit, Mr. Wilberg alleges that Google implemented diversity quotas that favoured female, Hispanic or black applicants, and discriminated against white and Asian men. Mr. Wilberg contends he was fired for challenging these illegal practices.

22:03

Bolton has evolved his views on Syria "IndyWatch Feed World"

When President Barack Obama contemplated a military strike in Syria after its leader's use of chemical weapons five years ago, the pugnacious former U.N. ambassador John Bolton argued against intervention. "I don't think it is in America's interest," Bolton said in a FOX interview in 2013. "I don't think we should in effect take sides in the Syrian conflict." Yet for the last week, Bolton, President Donald Trump's new national security adviser, has been pushing for a more aggressive approach to Syria, illustrating his views in the region have changed dramatically as he has become more alarmed about the rise of influence by Russia and Iran, key allies of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. "Ultimately, he views the Syrian crisis through the lens of Iran and Iran's potential dominance in the region," said Mark Groombridge, a former Bolton aide at the State Department whom he brought as an adviser in 2005 when he became ambassador. When the United States - along with France and Britain - launched military strikes on sites designed to destroy Assad's chemical weapons program in Syria on Friday, critics blamed Bolton. The liberal group People's Action described him as "John 'Bomb 'em all' Bolton" in a fundraising appeal to supporters Saturday.

21:46

'No release of chemicals - best proof there were none' "IndyWatch Feed World"

An engineer at the now-bombed-out research facility north of Damascus, which the US claims was the heart of Syria's chemical weapons program, says the labs were making medicine and testing toys for safety. RT Arabic correspondents have visited one of the main targets of the US-led missile attack on Syria, the Scientific Studies and Research Center in the Barzeh district in northern Damascus. The three-story building was pelted with 57 Tomahawk missiles launched from US warships and 19 air-to-surface missiles, the Pentagon said. The massive bombardment left it lying in ruins, with its walls and roof almost completely collapsed and lab equipment scattered around.

21:45

RNC launches 'Lyin' Comey' website "IndyWatch Feed World"

The Republican National Committee (RNC), the organization that provides leadership and funding for the official Republican Party of the United States, has put its reputation on the line along with every Republican that's running for public office in November by setting up an official RNC website calling former FBI Director James Comey "Lyin' Comey." It has been the longstanding position of President Donald Trump that Comey is a liar. Trump fired Comey in the midst of the FBI's investigation into Russia's involvement in the 2016 presidential election and has disparaged him ever since. Comey is highly respected by the rank and file of the FBI, the most esteemed law enforcement agency in the United States. The RNC has apparently taken Trump's personal loyalty pledge - the one Comey says he refused to take when asked by the President. But there's no escape hatch for the rest of the Republican Party if Special Counsel Robert Mueller's probe exposes the President as the serial liar, and potentially worse. (The Washington Post has already chronicled 2,001 lies the President told in his first year in office.) "Bias alert" For the rest of this article, go here.

21:44

Five key takeaways from Comey's interview prior to 'tell-all' book release "IndyWatch Feed World"

Ahead of the release of his much-anticipated memoir, former FBI director James Comey has spoken to ABC about his views on Donald Trump, Trump's nemesis Hillary Clinton, as well as Russia. RT has picked 5 most interesting scoops. Comey is the latest author set to make a fortune from a damning tell-all book about Trump. Titled A Higher Loyalty: Truth, Lies, and Leadership, his book paints a predictably unflattering picture of Trump, who fired Comey in May 2017 over his handling of the FBI investigation into Hillary Clinton's use of a private server for classified emails during her time as secretary of state. Ahead of the book's release, Comey sat down with ABC's George Stephanopoulos for an almost equally hyped-up mammoth interview. Here are some of the more interesting points. Comey doesn't really know about Trump & Russia Speculations about Trump's potential ties to the Kremlin keep swirling without producing much in the way of evidence. Among them are rumors that Moscow has some damaging materials on Trump that it can use as leverage against him. Outlined in the infamous Steele Dossier are some salacious details about Trump's stay in Moscow during a beauty pageant (keywords 'pee tape'). Asked if he believes Moscow could possibly be holding Trump on a tight leash, Comey essentially said that he has no clue. "I think it's possible. I don't know. These are more words I never thought I'd utter about a president of the United States, but it's possible," he told ABC News' chief anchor, George Stephanopoulos, before adding that it "always struck and still strikes" him as "unlikely." Most mainstream US media chose to latch onto the "it's possible" part, though.

21:43

'A Higher Loyalty' - Comey used presidential polls to determine whether or not Hillary was innocent in email probe "IndyWatch Feed World"

Principled Leadership. Fired FBI Chief James Comey writes in his new book A Higher Loyalty that he let presidential polls determine how he decided that Crooked Hillary was innocent of crimes in the FBI criminal probe. Vox reported: In his new book A Higher Loyalty, former FBI Director James Comey admits what most observers had inferred: that the overwhelming conventional wisdom that Hillary Clinton was going to win on Election Day played a role in his fateful decision to refocus the campaign on the email matter in late October. "It is entirely possible," Comey writes, "that because I was making decisions in an environment where Hillary Clinton was sure to be the next president, my concern about making her an illegitimate president by concealing the restarted investigation bore greater weight than it would have if the election appeared closer or if Donald Trump were ahead in all polls. But I don't know." Once again, Trump was right for firing this buffoon.

21:37

No Jihad: French court orders baby boy's name be changed "IndyWatch Feed World"

A French court has ruled that the parents of a baby boy cannot name their baby 'Jihad,' as it would "not be in the interest of the child." Various French media report that on Friday the court in Toulouse ordered the vowels in the baby's name be reversed to form the name 'Jahid,' as allowed by the French Civil Code.

21:36

The US bombing of Syria is only 'legal' if you are living in the law of the jungle "IndyWatch Feed World"

The full extent of the damage to international peace and security caused by the US-led Syrian strikes will take some time to become clear. But its impact on the very concept of legality in international affairs is already evident. Simply put, the most powerful county in the world and its chief satellites, the UK and France, have thrown the rule of law into the trash can. The only "law" now is the law of the jungle. There is no going back. Ironically, the attack itself was claimed by its perpetrators as enforcement of legality, not of its obliteration. For example, NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg called the alleged use of chemical weapons by Syrian forces "a clear breach of international norms and agreements" that "calls for a collective and effective response by the international community."

21:28

US-Africa policy on the skids: 10 things Pompeo can do to fix It "IndyWatch Feed World"

The Trump administration has largely ignored Africa in its first 16 months. Secretary of State-designate Mike Pompeo has an opportunity to change that.

21:21

RT breaks down the inconvenient details of latest (illegal) Syria missile strike by US Empire "IndyWatch Feed World"

What happens when the UN is brushed aside, congressional approval is missing, and your closest allies try to stay away? A missile strike. RT takes a closer look at the (il)legality of Trump's bombing of Syria. RT correspondent Igor Zhdanov scrutinized the inconvenient details surrounding the latest missile strike on Syria, which took place early on Saturday. His report will touch upon how the Trump administration used questionable "open sources" while preparing the air invasion, and why most of America's closest allies preferred to distance themselves from the military action while formally supporting it.

21:02

Vanessa Beeley Discusses Whats Really Happening On The Ground In Syria "IndyWatch Feed World"

British investigative journalist Vanessa Beeley joins Ron Pauls Liberty Report to tell the world about what is really happening on the ground in Syria. Who is lying and who is telling the truth? Vanessa describes [...]

21:02

Wipeout: Human Role in Climate Change Removed From Science Report "IndyWatch Feed World"

National Park Service officials have deleted every mention of humans role in causing climate change in drafts of a long-awaited report on sea level rise and storm surge, contradicting Interior Secretary Ryan Zinkes vow to Congress that his department is not censoring science.


The research for the first time projects the risks from rising seas and flooding at 118 coastal national park sites, including the National Mall, the original Jamestown settlement and the Wright Brothers National Memorial. Originally drafted in the summer of 2016 yet still not released to the public, the National Park Service report is intended to inform officials and the public about how to protect park resources and visitors from climate change.


Reveal from The Center for Investigative Reporting obtained and analyzed 18 versions of the scientific report. In changes dated Feb. 6, a park service official crossed out the word anthropogenic, the term for peoples impact on nature, in five places. Three references to human activities causing climate change also were removed.


The 87-page report, which was written by a University of Colorado Boulder scientist, has been held up for at least 10 months, according to documents obtained by Reveal. The delay has prevented park managers from having access to the best data in situations such as reacting to hurricane forecasts, safeguarding artifacts from floodwaters or deciding where to locate new buildings.


The omissions reflect a broader crackdown on climate science at federal agencies, including removal of references to human impacts, since President Donald Trump took office. Trump previously called climate change a Chinese hoax, took steps to withdraw from an international agreement to cut greenhouse gases and moved toward reversing President Barack Obamas policies to regulate power plant emissions.

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21:00

Cops Use Fingerprints Pulled From WhatsApp Photo To Secure Convictions "IndyWatch Feed World"

Police have used a photo sent through the app WhatsApp to get a fingerprint and used that fingerprint to secure drug convictions against eleven people. If part of your finger is showing, cops can now use that small bit as fingerprint evidence.

This new and  groundbreaking technique of matching fingerprints found in photos is the future of how cops will catch criminals. Its changing how law enforcement looks at social media images for potential evidence.

According to CSO Online, police have long used fingerprints in criminal investigations, in a new twist, cops used one photo sent via WhatsApp and a pioneering fingerprint technique to ultimately secure drug convictions against 11 people.

It all started with a drug bust.  The bust resulted in the police getting hold of a phone that had a WhatsApp message and image of ecstasy pills in a persons palm. The message read: For sale Skype and Ikea-branded ecstasy pillsare you interested?

The phone was sent to South Wales Police where the photo showing the middle and bottom portion of a pinky was enhanced. As for fingerprint identification, the BBC reported that a search of the national database did not bring a match as when offenders give fingerprints, it is just the top part taken with the middle and bottom part only occasionally left. A different BBC article stated that other evidence meant officers had an idea who they believed was behind the drugs operation.

Dave Thomas of the South Wales Polices scientific support unit told the BBC, While the scale and quality of the photograph proved a challenge, the small bits were eno......

20:52

Flash floods, accumulated hail and a large tornado hit northern Algeria "IndyWatch Feed World"

Extreme weather hit northern parts of Algeria on April 14, 2018 bringing destructive flash floods, accumulated hail and a large tornado in Batna Province reported 3bmeteo. Residents of Algiers were braced for flooding as more than double the rainfall the Algerian capital receives during all of April was expected to pour down last weekend. Rainfall of 25-50 mm (1-2 inches) was reported across north-central Algeria through Saturday afternoon according to AccuWeather. Unusual weather is becoming more common in Algeria. In February Ain Sefra was covered in snow for the second time this year. Following a 37-year spell of no snow which ended in December 2016, the desert town in the country's northwest, has seen snow no less than four times.

20:40

Fake News!: CBS News mistakenly reports death of Former First Lady Barbara Bush "IndyWatch Feed World"

US television channel CBS appear to have wrongly reported the death of former First Lady Barbara Bush, who is in fact still alive but gravely ill. The blunder occurred on Sunday following reports that the health of Mrs Bush, wife of former US President George H W Bush, is failing. It's understood she has declined further medical care. Bush served as the 37th first lady of the US from 1989 until 1993. CBS News appears to have accidentally published an obituary article prepared for when 92-year-old first lady does pass away. According to reports in the US, the first lines of the article described Bush as a "witty, gregarious matriarch" before informing readers of her mistaken death. Barbara Bush, the witty, gregarious matriarch of a political dynasty that propelled two of its members to the White House and dominated Republican politics for decades, has died after a series of recent hospitalizations. She was 92. A Bush family spokesperson said Bush passed away peacefully in her home, surrounded by loved ones," the CBS News article reportedly said.

20:40

Phone discussion between Putin and Rouhani: New Western Syria strikes would spark chaos "IndyWatch Feed World"

New Western air strikes in Syria would provoke "chaos" in international relations, Russian President Vladimir Putin told his Iranian counterpart Hassan Rouhani on Sunday. Speaking to Rouhani by telephone the day after US-led strikes on suspected chemical weapons facilities, Putin said "if such actions, carried out in violation of the United Nations Charter, are repeated, that would inevitably provoke chaos in international relations," according to a statement from the Kremlin.

20:39

Trump is done and thank goodness Mattis was there to soften the strike against Syria "IndyWatch Feed World"

Last night's attack on Damascus was chilling. No question. It dredged up the worst possible scenarios from our sub-conscious and for a few hours made them real. Now that the dust has settled, and we see what's occurred (and what hasn't) it's time to draw some conclusions. First thing's first. I reiterate what I said earlier in the week. Trump is finished. Read my article carefully, then overlay two things I didn't talk about. One, Trump is impulsive and easily manipulated. Two, Trump is ultimately a coward and an appeaser, just like The Saker pegged him to be after bombing Al-Shairat last year. All bullies are cowards. That's why they bully. Because of these personal defects, he gave his resignation speech last night. Be it later this year when he's impeached/forced to resign for a war crime or in January 2021 after losing to a baked potato, the anti-interventionist crowd who elected him will remember this for a long time. I want to remind you of what happened last year with Al-Shairat. Trump bombed it while having dinner with Chinese Premier Xi Jinping. A light show of sound and fury which ultimately did very little damage. But, it did not signify nothing. It signified that Trump is out of his depth in foreign policy.

20:22

William Friedkin revisits old haunts with new documentary on famous exorcist, Father Amorth "IndyWatch Feed World"

When you've got a demonic child in Washington splattering dark stinking bile, croaking gibberish, spewing vulgar personal attacks, lying to sow confusion, whining about the unfairness of the attempts of righteous men to compel the diabolical behavior and head-spinning outbursts to stop, who do you call? The demon-buster himself, of course, William Friedkin, the director of "The Exorcist." Before Donald Trump became president, the most frightening thing that happened in the capital was "The Exorcist," which brags on its DVD cover that it's "the scariest film of all time." Comment: Actually, before Donald Trump, the most frightening specter was the thought of Killary becoming president: Top Russian Exorcist: Hillary shows 'clear signs' of demonic possession (VIDEO) It could well be, if the measure is moviegoers putting down their popcorn in unison when Linda Blair gushes green vomit. "That was oatmeal - the pea soup was just for coloring," the 82-year-old Friedkin tells me, as we have lunch at 1789 in Georgetown, a restaurant opposite the steep concrete steps where Jason Miller's tortured Father Karras fell to his death in a violent struggle with the demon.

20:19

King Bluetooth treasure trove: Amateur archaeologist and sidekick unearthed 1,000yo coins & jewels "IndyWatch Feed World"

An amateur archaeologist and his teenage sidekick have unearthed a trove of silver artefacts thought to have belonged to Danish King Harald Bluetooth - the royal inspiration for the technology of the same name. Ren Schn and 13-year-old Luca Malaschnitschenko found the hoard while searching northern Rugen Island with their metal detectors in January. A much more expansive dig undertaken in recent days revealed necklaces, pearls, brooches and up to 600 chipped coins that may have belonged to Harald Gormsson, better known as 'Harry Bluetooth.'

20:18

Plutonium Dust Released from Closed Hanford Nuclear Weapons Site "IndyWatch Feed World"

Via: Los Angeles Times: As crews demolished a shuttered nuclear weapons plant during 2017 in central Washington, specks of plutonium were swept up in high gusts and blown miles across a desert plateau above the Columbia River. The releases at the Department of Energy cleanup site spewed unknown amounts of plutonium dust into the environment, []

20:08

Russian MoD: Pantsir-S1 repelling US strikes on Syria showed 100% effectiveness "IndyWatch Feed World"

Earlier, the Russian Defense Ministry had said that Syrian air defenses intercepted 71 of more than 100 missiles that the United States, the United Kingdom, France launched on Friday in response to the alleged chemical attack in Syria's Douma. According to Russian Defense Ministry spokesman Igor Konashenkov, Russian-made Pantsir-S1 air defense system deployed by the Syrian forces showed almost 100% effectiveness in repelling the Western missile strike. "In anti-aircraft combat, the Russian-made Pantsir S-1 system that had been previously supplied to the Syrian armed forces was actively used," he added.

20:00

Long Live Art BellIcon of the Night "IndyWatch Feed World"

The life of Art Bell is impossible to encapsulate or summarize. He brought to global consciousness ideas that have a memetic voracity and staying power as powerful Einsteins; and he did so... The post Long Live Art BellIcon of the Night appeared first on disinformation.

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19:54

Trumps Disastrous Syria Attack "IndyWatch Feed World"

Over the weekend, President Trump celebrated firing more than 100 missiles into Syria by Tweeting, Mission Accomplished! They say if you cannot learn from history you are condemned to repeat it. So I guess we are repeating it.

We all remember that Mission Accomplished was the banner behind then-President Bush as he gloated aboard a US navy ship that the war in Iraq had been won. After his victory, however, some 4,000 US military personnel were killed, perhaps a million Iraqis were killed, and the countrys infrastructure and social fabric were so badly destroyed that they probably can never be repaired.

Actually, there is much about the US attack on Syria that reminds us of Iraq.

With Iraq, the US moved in to start bombing before international inspectors had completed their mission to verify whether or not Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction. Had they been allowed to complete their mission and verify that he did not, imagine the suffering, death, and destruction that could have been avoided. In Syria, the US decided to start bombing before the international inspectors were even allowed to start checking claims that Assad gassed his own people in Douma. Why? What was the rush? Was Washington afraid they might not find Assad guilty?

Who really benefits from US attacks on the Syrian government? There were reports that ISIS began making moves immediately after the air strikes. Do we really want to be al-Qaeda and ISISs airforce? Is that going to keep us safer? I remember when al-Qaeda was actually considered our enemy, not an ally in overthrowing the last secular government in the Middle East.

Will Syrias Christians be better off after the recent US attack? Just over a week ago Christians celebrated Easter in Aleppo for the first time in years. What changed? The Syrian army kicked out al-Qaeda, which had been occupying the eastern part of the city. So no, Christians will be much worse off if our moderate terrorists take control of Syria.

If Syria really had sarin and other chemical weapons factories, does it make sense for the US to bomb the buildings and risk killing thousands by widely disbursing the poisons? Does it make sense to risk killing Syrian civilians with chemical weapons in retaliation for allegations that the Syrian government killed civilians with chemical weapons? No, it seems more like the phony mobile WMD labs we were told that Saddam Hussein had constructed.

If the US knew Syria was manufacturing chemical weapons in the buildings they bombed, why not notify the Organizat...

19:53

Deplorable! Trump's approval on the rise following illegal strikes on Syria "IndyWatch Feed World"

US President Donald Trump's approval rating has climbed to 51 percent, according to the conservative-leaning Rasmussen polling group. The poll revealed that 39 percent of likely American voters "strongly disapprove" of the way Trump is performing, while 35 percent "strongly approve" of the job he is doing. The research, released on Monday morning, comes in the aftermath of military action taken by the Trump administration in Syria late last Friday. The US, along with the United Kingdom and France, launched strikes against Syrian government positions in retaliation for an alleged chemical attack in the city of Douma.

19:48

Washington preparation of new sanctions on Russia 'undisguised economic aggression' - Moscow "IndyWatch Feed World"

Following a massive US strike on Syrian targets on April 17, US Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley said that the US was preparing new sanctions against Russia over Moscow's support of the Syrian government, adding that the measures would be announced on Monday. Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov said Monday that Moscow considered US politics to expand sanctions against Russia "unrestrained," adding that Russia wouldn't postpone its response to the new measures. "I think that the schedule for reviewing this important bill will be set up so that we would not delay it [adoption] - the situation simply dictates the need for energetic efforts. We cannot specify now what will happen and when. But from a political point of view, as the Foreign Ministry, we see the need for this to be carried out quite dynamically," Ryabkov said.

19:48

Stun grenades used by Israeli police against ultra-Orthodox rioters in Jerusalem over female draft-dodger "IndyWatch Feed World"

Israeli police launched stun grenades at hundreds of ultra-Orthodox Jews in Jerusalem, who were protesting against plans to arrest a female draft-dodger. Police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld said that law-enforcement units dispersed rioters 'with stun grenades' after four policemen sustained minor injuries in clashes.

19:48

'Stirring up a hornet's nest': Czech President Zeman condemns illegal US-led missile attacks on Syria "IndyWatch Feed World"

Czech President Milo Zeman has commented on the April 14 missile attack on Syria, carried out by the United States, France and the United Kingdom in response to the alleged use of chemical weapons by Damascus. Western countries have "stirred up a hornet's nest" of geopolitical tension in the Middle East, the president of the Czech Republic, Milo Zeman, said Sunday at the Prague F1 radio station, commenting on the latest missile strikes on Syria. "The West has eminently stirred the Middle East. Firstly, they invaded Iraq, claiming that its authorities have weapons of mass destruction, though, in the end, they found nothing. This military operation brought enormous people losses, including the lives of American soldiers. Now, Kurds fight with the Iraqis, while the Iraqi Shiites fight the Iraqi Sunnis. I don't even mention large financial losses," Zeman said.

19:36

Iranian security forces capture large cargo of explosives in eastern borders - Russian commander says about 10,000 militants deployed in Afghanistan "IndyWatch Feed World"

The Iranian security forces in the Southeastern province of Sistan and Balouchestan could foil the plot of a terrorist groups to transfer 80kg of a combination of explosives, 17 pedal booby-traps, 28 pistols, 2,100 rounds, 35 mortars, tens of electronic detonators and other explosive equipment, the statement said. A sum of 580kg of narcotics have also been seized from the terrorists, it added. In a relevant development earlier this month, Iranian border guards in Sistan and Balouchestan confiscated a consignment of explosives which were smuggled into the country in preparation for terrorist attacks.

19:29

Western hypocrisy: 'US, UK, France stand by Saudis in Yemen but pose as moral crusaders in Syria' "IndyWatch Feed World"

The Syria attack reveals the hypocrisy of the West - which fuels the Saudi-led bombing campaign in Yemen despite documented abuses - but relies on unverified claims to punish Syria, journalist and broadcaster Neil Clark told RT. As Riyadh's campaign in Yemen enters its fourth year, it has been repeatedly accused by rights groups of civilian casualties during the bombardment. However, in Syria's case, reports of a chemical weapon attack in Douma that are yet to be independently corroborated became the trigger for a coordinated military action, Clark pointed out. "On the one hand, they are rolling out the red carpet for Saudi leaders and they are supporting, either directly or indirectly, the Saudi bombing of Yemen, which is causing a great humanitarian catastrophe - and how many children has that conflict killed? "On the other hand, they pose as moral paragons, as moral crusaders when they claim children have died in Syria's chemical weapons attack without evidence."

19:29

Social Media Alternatives: Yours.org with Ryan X. Charles "IndyWatch Feed World"

By corbettreport Continuing our series exploring Social Media Alternatives, this week we talk to Ryan X. Charles about Yours.org. SHOW NOTES AND MP3: https://www.corbettreport.com/?p=26678 Subscribe

19:17

FLASHBACK: Putin calls it: "Publish a world map and mark all the U.S. military bases on it. You will see the difference between Russia and the US" "IndyWatch Feed World"

Vladimir Putin pulls no punches in an interview with Corriere della Sera. Russian President Vladimir Putin attends a forum of independent regional and local mass media in St. Petersburg, Russia, Tuesday, April 28, 2015. Full transcript: Luciano Fontana: I would like to start with a question concerning Russian-Italian relations. This relationship has always been close and privileged, both in the economic and political spheres. However, it has been somewhat marred by the crisis in Ukraine and the sanctions. Could the recent visit by Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi to Russia and your upcoming visit to Milan somehow change this trend, and if so, what is needed for that? Vladimir Putin: First, I firmly believe that Russia was not responsible for the deterioration in relations between our country and the EU states. This was not our choice; it was dictated to us by our partners. It was not we who introduced restrictions on trade and economic activities. Rather, we were the target and we had to respond with retaliatory, protective measures. But the relationship between Russia and Italy has, indeed, always been privileged, both in politics and the economy. For instance, in recent years, that is, in the last couple of years, trade between our countries increased eleven fold, from what I believe was $4.2 billion - we make calculations in US dollars - to over $48 billion, nearly $49 billion.

19:11

Pedophiles Who Left Girl Unable To Have Children Spared Prison By Judge "IndyWatch Feed World"

A Colorado Springs judge has caused outrage after refusing to sentence to prison two pedophiles who violently gang raped a 13-year-old, leaving her unable to have children.  Instead of serving prison time, Tommy Williams, 20, [...]

19:11

Yankees go home! Massive demonstration in Raqqa demands expulsion of US forces "IndyWatch Feed World"

The city used to be an HQ for Daesh until it was freed by the Kurdish Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) after massive air bombing performed by the US coalition. Earlier in March 2018 reports had started to surface about a civilian group banding together in a bid to expel the US and SDF from the city. According to the Iranian Al-Alam TV channel, a massive demonstration is taking place in the central street of Raqqa, where "hundreds of Raqqa residents" holding national Syrian flags are advocating the expulsion of the US military presence. According to the media platform, inhabitants are demanding that the US withdraw from the north-eastern parts of Syria and slamming the airstrikes, conducted by the US, UK and France on April 14. They also urged the speedy return of the legitimate Syrian government to the city and the start of restoration work in Raqqa.

19:09

Justin Trudeaus Best Friend Jailed After International Pedophile Ring Bust "IndyWatch Feed World"

Christopher Charles Ingvaldson, 42, a long-term close friend of Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau, has been found guilty of child pornography charges after being caught directing an international pedophile ring.  Ingvaldson entered guilty pleas in [...]

19:09

Artificial Sweeteners Linked to Metabolic Syndrome; Increases Diabetes Risk "IndyWatch Feed World"

Have you ever noticed how many overweight people drink diet soda or add low calorie sweeteners to their tea and coffee? Corporate propaganda tells overweight and obese people who are trying hard to lose weight or who at the very least are trying not to gain more weight that artificial sweeteners are the healthiest possible option. Many obediently and diligently skip sugar, convinced that they are making the best choice. Unfortunately, several studies have confirmed that this simply is not true.

The latest such study, conducted by researchers from George Washington University in Washington, D.C., and presented in March at the 100th annual meeting of the Endocrine Society in Chicago, Illinois, found a close link between the consumption of artificial sweeteners and metabolic syndrome.

The group of conditions known as metabolic syndrome is diagnosed when a person exhibits insulin resistance, elevated bad cholesterol levels, high blood pressure, and an increased risk of blood clots. It is usually diagnosed in people who are overweight or obese and who carry a lot of weight around their bellies. Also known as dysmetabolic syndrome, insulin resistance syndrome or syndrome X, metabolic syndrome causes an elevated risk of cardiovascular disease, heart attacks and strokes. It also raises the risk of developing diabetes by between three and five times (300% to 500% relative risk increase).

Our stem cell-based studies indicate that low-calorie sweeteners promote additional fat accumulation within cells compared with cells not exposed to these substances, in a dose-dependent fashion meaning that as the dose of sucralose is increased more cells showed increased fat droplet accumulation, said Sabyasachi Sen, an associate professor of Medicine at George Washington University in Washington, D.C. This most likely occurs by increasing glucose entry into cells through increased activity of genes called glucose transporters, as reported by Science Daily.

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19:06

Russia's envoy to OPCW: Moscow has 'irrefutable' evidence chem attack in Syria's Douma was staged - Clashes break out between Syrian troops and militants in Douma "IndyWatch Feed World"

Moscow has "irrefutable proof" that the alleged chemical incident in Syria's Douma was a "false-flag attack," orchestrated by UK security services with support from the United States, the Russian envoy to the OPCW said. "We have not just a 'high level of confidence,' as our Western partners uniformly put it; we have irrefutable proof that there was no chemical attack in Douma on April 7," Russia's Ambassador to the Organization for the Prohibition of the Chemical Weapons Aleksandr Shulgin said at a special meeting of the UN chemical watchdog's executive council. The diplomat added that the incident had been a "pre-planned false-flag attack by the British security services, which could have also been aided by their allies in Washington." "Things unfolded according to the pre-written scenario prepared by Washington. There's no doubt, the Americans play 'first fiddle' in all of this," Shulgin said, adding that "attack" was staged by "pseudo-humanitarian NGOs," which are under the patronage of the Syrian government's foreign adversaries.

19:04

'Completely wrong': London protesters react to UK's airstrikes on Syria "IndyWatch Feed World"

Despite a lack of public support, Theresa May, led by the US, went ahead with airstrikes against the Syrian government. We took the streets of London to find out what the public now thought following the attack. Some outright condemned the strikes and advocated diplomacy. One man told RT: "I think it's completely wrong, they needed to wait for more evidence." He added: "I don't quite understand why they couldn't just wait a couple of days and just get all the evidence [...] and they would at least have a better mandate." Another passerby said striking Syria could be "understandable," but added: "But unfortunately I am growing less automatically likely to believe what I'm told by the media." One woman hit out at the prime minister for failing to address MPs. "I don't think the PM should have attacked Syria because she did not consult Parliament and there is no real evidence of who has done it."

19:03

US, UK, France scrambling to maintain international legitimacy after illegal attack on Syria "IndyWatch Feed World"

Having set themselves above international law by bombing Syria without UN authorization, the US, the UK and France are now going calling on other countries to unite behind their fait accompli and endorse their actions. American, British and French ships and airplanes fired over 100 missiles at Syria Saturday morning, claiming it was in response to the alleged use of chemical weapons in the Damascus suburb of Douma. The three countries did not wait for UN authorization, or even for evidence from the scene: the international team of experts from the Organization for Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) had just arrived in Syria to investigate when the missiles began to fly. As US President Donald Trump triumphantly declared "mission accomplished," his French colleague Emmanuel Macron called for the UN Security Council to step in and pick up the pieces.

19:01

From Srebrenica to Syria: How the US displaced the UN as the 'world police' "IndyWatch Feed World"

After President Donald Trump tweeted "missiles are coming," the US, UK and France launched airstrikes on Syria. There was no international investigation of the alleged chemical attack, or UN authorization. How did it come to this? The US likes to present itself as the foremost guardian of the "rules-based international order," blaming Russia and China for flouting these rules or seeking to change them. Yet in practice it is Washington and its allies that trample on the rules at nearly every occasion. Friday's strikes are but one example. Earlier this week, US envoy Nikki Haley told the UN Security Council that Washington intended to act in Syria "with or without" the UN. Russia's Vassily Nebenzia responded with a reminder that the UN has all too often been used as a fig leaf for Western military adventurism. He specifically cited the example of Libya in 2011, when UNSC Resolution 1973 that authorized a "no-fly zone" was used by NATO as a license for regime change. George W. Bush flouted the UN entirely in 2003, when he invaded Iraq after basically telling the Security Council he intended to do so no matter what. Before that, Bill Clinton launched NATO's 78-day war against Yugoslavia in 1999, also without bothering with the UN.

18:54

Gov Union Pressures Wells Fargo to Block Gun Manufacturers "IndyWatch Feed World"

Apparently its okay to use your position and power as a government union to try to force a private enterprise from doing business with companies that make things you dont like. That sentence, if true (which it is, and Ill show you that in a moment), is even worse when the companies the government union doesnt want you to do business with are gun manufacturers.

A national teachers union is threatening to end its relationship with Wells Fargo if they dont sever all ties with gun manufacturers that produce those scary black guns. The union is the American Federation of Teachers. Last week, they issued a press release that declared, Were issuing Wells Fargo an ultimatumthey can have a mortgage market that includes Americas teachers, or they can continue to do business with the NRA and gun manufacturers.  They cant do both.

Apparently, the American Federation of Teachers presumes to speak for all teachers, not just the teachers in its union, but all teachers. How else could they presume to make a statement that includes they can have a mortgage market that includes Americas teachers if they are not assuming that all American teachers are gun grabbing, police-state-enabling, cattle-car-guide wanna-bes like the folks who run this government-funded and government-protected racket?

Members of the American Federation of Teachers have, at present, around 20,000 mortgages with Wells Fargo.  They are threatening to refinance their mortgages with another company. The tactic is a continued ramped-up effort that began after the Parkland shooting and has not abated. Bringing in the power of government unions, funded, as they are, by tax dollars (whether you want to fund these organizations or not), takes these efforts to a whole other level.

One wonders how many teachers that are a part of this union, that are forced to pay dues to this union, appreciate their coerced membership dues going to fund an organization that is attempting to use its political and economic power (power given to it by you and me, without our consent) to shake down a major financial institution in the hopes of destroying the makers of tools individuals can use as self-defense.

The government-funded and protected union is also encouraging other Unions to make similar moves, meaning this de facto extension of government is attempting to shut down gun manufacturers through market pressure, a market pressure they can create only because they have government backing and our stolen wealth to do so.

AFT President Randi Weingarten added in the press release, the lives of students and educators must be valued m...

18:48

Danish psychologist compares #MeToo Movement with Gestapo and KGB "IndyWatch Feed World"

In late 2017, all of Scandinavia was deeply shaken by the outbreak of the anti-harassment #MeToo movement focusing on women's rights and embracing all spheres of life. According to a Danish psychologist, though, the women's movement has rather become a tool in the perennial battle of the sexes. In a searing opinion piece, where he shared his reflections on the balance of genders and the way it affects society, Danish psychologist and therapist Finn Korsaa has compared the #MeToo movement with the Nazi Gestapo in a way that it helps to enforce a certain ideology. "The issue of women's quotas in corporate boards has long been like a hot potato. But how come no one insists on changing the significant overrepresentation of female psychologists? And why do we never ever hear demands for more men in the role of nurses?" Korsaa wrote in the Berlingske daily, suggesting that the so-called "equality efforts" go deeper than balancing the gender situation in the labor market and government bodies.

18:47

Alcohol poisoning deaths decline by 25% after Russia bans non-food alcohol products "IndyWatch Feed World"

The number of deaths caused by tainted alcohol poisoning has fallen by 25 percent since Russian authorities imposed a ban on the sale of alcohol-containing non-food products, the government consumer rights watchdog has reported. The press service of the Rospotrebnadzor agency told TASS that there were 677 alcohol poisonings over the New Year holidays in 2018, compared to 1,800 during the same period last year. The number of fatalities was 46 compared to 500 - an eleven-fold decrease, the press service added.

18:45

19 Quotes On Love That Show Our Light Shines Brightest In The Dark "IndyWatch Feed World"

BLuke Miller Truth Theory

No matter how hard it gets, choose love

Sometimes we must really enter the depths of ourselves to see the light that shines within, and upon shining our light we also reveal darkness that we may not have known to be present. This is the sometimes confusing paradox that can wreak havoc on us, but also without one the other has no comparison so cannot exist. However, regardless of how we feel in this moment or the next, we can always choose to love unconditionally. This is the feeling summed up in 19 beautiful quotes on the darkness transmuted:

  • Love myself I do. Not everything, but I love the good as well as the bad. I love my crazy lifestyle, and I love my hard discipline. I love my freedom of speech and the way my eyes get dark when Im tired. I love that I have learned to trust people with my heart, even if it will get broken. I am proud of everything that I am and will become. Johnny Weir
  • When I say I love you more, I dont mean I love you more than you love me. I mean I love you more than the bad days ahead of us, I love you more than any fight we will ever have. I love you more than the distance between us, I love you more than any obstacle that could try and come between us. I love you the most. (Unknown)
  • Your task is not to seek for love, but merely to seek and fin...

18:41

Afghan president invites Taliban to run in election and prove they have actual popular support "IndyWatch Feed World"

Afghanistan's president has invited the Taliban to take part in the upcoming parliamentary election in October. The unusual offer comes as the militant group continues to seize swathes of land in the war-torn country. The Afghan government made "a clear and comprehensive suggestion about peace" to the Taliban, President Ashraf Ghani declared on Saturday as he spoke at a voter registration launch ceremony, Pajhwok reported. "The upcoming election is a great opportunity" for those "who think they have roots in this country," he said. The Taliban, an Islamic fundamentalist movement which emerged back in the 1980s, now "can appear as a political party and participate in this process," Ghani says. He added that Afghans are "tired of the bloodshed," and urged the militant group "to be serious about elections." President Ghani already offered recognition of the Taliban as a legitimate political group in late February. The offer included negotiating a ceasefire and the release of the Taliban's prisoners, as well as holding including new elections that would involve the militants. The Taliban did not respond to the proposal. However, Mohammed Akram Khpalwak, chairman of the Afghan High Peace Council - an agency in charge of negotiating with the Taliban - claimed on Saturday the group is considering the proposal. "As per our information, discussions are ongoing among them [the Taliban]," he said, as cited by TOLO News.

18:37

BEST OF THE WEB: Peter Hitchens: How on earth would killing MORE people rescue Syria? "IndyWatch Feed World"

Why do so many people in politics and the media want to start wars? Since I toured a sordid hospital full of wounded people in Bucharest at Christmas 1989, and even more after I saw for the first time (in Vilnius in 1991) what a human head looks like after a bullet has passed through it, I have seen it as an absolute duty to warn against armed conflict. It is a filthy thing. No doubt there are times when we must fight. But there are plenty more when we should not. Any fool can kill a man in a second and ruin a city in a week. But it takes long years of nurture to raise a child to adulthood, and centuries to build a civilisation. Yet I look around me and see the mouths of intelligent people opened wide, yelling for an attack on Syria, when the only certain outcome of that will be blood and screams and ruins, and the deaths of innocents in 'collateral damage'. What good will this do? What is wrong with them? They are not cruel and stupid, yet they call for actions which are both.

18:36

How You Let Go (In One Simple Statement), According to Your Zodiac Sign "IndyWatch Feed World"

Letting go doesnt mean that you dont care about someone anymore. Its just realizing that the only person you really have control over is yourself. Deborah Reber, Chicken Soup for the Teenage Soul

When we allow experiences or people from our past to hold us back, this can hinder our ability to move forward in life, find happiness or achieve our goals and dreams. Working like a slow acting poison in our lives, these toxic feelings can negatively influence every area of our lives.

Focusing our lives solely on the past denies us the joy, happiness, and fulfillment that comes from the present. Only by letting these memories go and practicing mindfulness, can we begin to rediscover our lives and all that they have to offer. This will empower us to enjoy new experiences, discover meaningful relationships and take important steps towards better understanding our true selves.

There is no one secret to the art of letting go. While it is an incredibly simple practice, in theory, it is far harder to put it to work in our lives. Ask Elsa! The techniques that you will need to use will depend on a number of different factors including what you are needing to let go of, your current lifestyle, and your personality. This is going to be uncomfortable, and it may even be painful, but if you stick to your conviction, releasing this negativity from your life, you will be better off in the long run!

Source: Quote Ambition

Need some help getting started? Discover the secret to letting go in one simple statement according to your zodiac sign:

Aries (March 21 April 19)

Slowly ease into the idea, and then let it go all at once.

Taurus (April 20 May 20)

Dont shy away from the emotions, allowing yourself to shed tears as you stubbornly say goodbye.

Gemini (May 21 June 20)

Allow yourself to simply walk away, heading in the opposite direction.

Cancer (June 21 July 22)

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18:33

Stop Taking Good Women For Granted, One Day She Will Say Goodbye and Never Look Back "IndyWatch Feed World"

As a man who has made plenty of mistakes in my day, the one I regret the most was taking good women who would have been there for me through it all for granted. Yes, I said women this is something I have done more than once and am still upset over them to this day.

This is a warning, for anyone who doesnt think that their significant other is going to leave them for taking them for granted. Eventually, she will leave.  For me, it started with a girl named Tammy who I supplied with endless broken promises. To begin with, I didnt really think falling for a girl like that would be my style, but I quickly learned that I loved everything about her, especially how her eyes lit up when she said my name. She didnt know what I was going to do to her and honestly, at that point in my life neither did I.

I let her get close and we were easily the best couple around, but I betrayed her time and time again, once I got comfortable everything went to shit. I was just a boy and I didnt realize how badly I was hurting her, well, actually to be honest I did. I knew I was breaking her heart and I didnt care. I was cold and selfish and I just wanted to have the best of both worlds. For a while I did, as she stuck around and I continued playing games with her mind, her heart, and tearing her apart emotionally.

I was a piece of shit, I was a horrible person and I ruined that beautiful girl. She finally found her inner light and a strength I thought was not there and she left me. She cut contact and even when I showed up at her house begging for her to come back like she had so many times before, she turned me away once and for all. She went on to become an even more amazing person and yes I still had not learned my lesson.

Tammy was not the only girl I treated this way when I was in younger. It was as if dating as many girls as you could was a right of passage and so I did. I had plenty of opportunities back then to fall in love and create a life with an amazing woman but I never did. I never gave anyone the chance that they deserved and that is my fault.

Dont get me wrong, I appreciate women now and am not the person that I once was, but it took a lot of soul searching to gain the understanding that I have now. For a very long time, I was a boy walking around as a man wasting everyones time. While Tammy was my first real girlfriend, the one that really changed me was Chelsie. Chelsie was a fireball, she had her whole life planned out and she still loved to have fun.

Chelsie was everything I ever wanted in a woman and we hit it off quickly. I am pretty sure that I fell for her long before she fell for me, yet once again when we got comfortable things went downhill. I know it takes two to ruin a relationship and I didnt cheat on herm if thats what youre thinking, I just stopped caring. I didnt do anything to...

18:32

Legumes Lost Legacy, Found "IndyWatch Feed World"

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Rancho Gordos heirloom beans look like gems in a jewelry case. The company sells half a million pounds of them a year.Illustration by Cari Vander Yacht

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18:32

'Lone-wolf strikes" campaign: ISIS threatens to bomb New York City subway in new propaganda poster "IndyWatch Feed World"

A new propaganda poster uploaded to the messaging platform of Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS) has threatened to bomb the New York City subway. The poster shows a man dressed as a tourist wearing a rucksack inside New York's High Street-Brooklyn Bridge subway station. A bomb with a timer is placed on the ground behind him. "You will not expect where we will attack," the poster reads. In recent weeks, the terrorist group has promised to target the World Cup finals in Russia, as well as locations in Paris. The poster is part of the group's "lone-wolf strikes" campaign as it loses its foothold in the Middle Eastern countries where it is operating.

18:30

Joining Team Human "IndyWatch Feed World"

For the past couple months Ive been contributing artwork/comix to Douglas Rushkoffs incredibly illuminating podcast TEAM HUMAN, inspired by the ingenuity and integrity of the ideas germinating in this grassroots media lab, I hoped to... The post Joining Team Human appeared first on disinformation.

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18:27

The West's toothless missile strike: chaos in place of policy; symbolism in place of action "IndyWatch Feed World"

All the West has achieved is expose its fear of the Russian military, its lack of a plan for Syria, and its contempt for international law Over the last few days the word has been the witness of one of the most grotesque and shameful episodes in the history of international relations. Three nuclear powers, one of them the US, the world's erstwhile "hyperpower", and the other two like the US permanent members of the UN Security Council, after days of dithering and argument, launched a military strike on Syria which (depending on whose reports you believe) either failed dismally or which was preplanned to achieve nothing. They launched this strike in utter disregard of international law, which vests the power to launch strikes of this sort exclusively with the UN Security Council.

18:27

Brace Yourself: The World Probably Isnt Going to End on April 23rd as Many Conspiracy Theorists Claim "IndyWatch Feed World"

While theres a multitude of theories about how the world will or could end, inspired by everything from religious texts to Stephen Hawkings studies, doomsday prophecies are rarely treated as upcoming potential threats in mainstream media. However, Fox News published a theory Wednesday that the Rapture is scheduled for April 23, just in case its readers would like to prepare.

Fox published the prophecy courtesy of the British rag Daily Express, which cites numerologist David Meade. The numerologist picked April 23 based on his own interpretation of the Bible and the theory that Planet X, aka Nibiru, will crash into Earth. The theory is in stark contrast to NASAs multiple statements that there is no evidence of Nibiru or even a planet that could fulfill Nibirus role.

According to codes in the Bible (Book of Revelation 12:1-2), the end is nigh:

A great sign appeared in heaven: a woman clothed with the sun, with the moon under her feet and a crown of 12 stars on her head. She was pregnant and cried out in pain as she was about to give birth.

Meade suggests that the woman mentioned in this verse is represented as Virgo and the planet Jupiter represents Jesus. And on April 23, it just so happens that the sun and moon will be in Virgo, as will Jupiter.

Meade also claims to believe in Nibiru, the planet that according to fringe theories is on course to hit Earth. Meade combines this idea with Christian interpretations of the Book of Revelations, whereby Jesus will return to Earth to guide believers into Heaven before all hell breaks loose on Earth. According to Meade, Jesus is slated to appear right before Nibiru enters our atmosphere, which is expected to cause volcanic eruptions, tsunamis, and earthquakes. In addition to Meades vague interpretation of astrology and Christian scripture, the inclusion of the Nibiru theory adds an extra level of shakey variables.

NASA has repeatedly claimed that Nibiru is a hoax. The agency went so far as to remind people that no giant, rogue planet has been found in the outer solar system to play th...

18:27

Russias Envoy To OPCW Says Irrefutable Proof UK Behind False Flag Chemical Attack In Syria "IndyWatch Feed World"

Russia has again said they have irrefutable proof that the alleged chemical incident in Syrias Douma was a false-flag attack, orchestrated by UK security services with support from the United States. The latest statement comes [...]

18:26

UK's strikes on Syria contravened international law says Oxford law expert "IndyWatch Feed World"

Theresa May is preparing for a parliamentary showdown, days after she ignored calls for a vote on Syrian strikes. As the UK leader gears up for an undoubtedly heated debate, one legal expert says she had no right to attack at all. According to Oxford professor Dapo Akande, an article by whom was commissioned by the Labour Party and published on its website hours before May's face-off with MPs, the joint British, US and French action against the Syrian government was "not in accordance with the United Nations Charter and international law." Akande, who is a professor of public international law, said the government's position was "significantly flawed" and not representative of current international legislation.

18:24

Triassic dinosaurs explosion, new study "IndyWatch Feed World"

This 16 April 2018 Italian language video is about the recent research into the early days of dinosaurs in the Dolomite mountains in Italy.

From the University of Bristol in England:

Dinosaurs ended and originated with a bang!

April 16, 2018

It is commonly understood that the dinosaurs disappeared with a bang wiped out by a great meteorite impact on the Earth 66 million years ago.

But their origins have been less understood. In a new study, scientists from MUSE Museum of Science, Trento, Italy, Universities of Ferrara and Padova, Italy and the University of Bristol show that the key expansion of dinosaurs was also triggered by a crisis a mass extinction that happened 232 million years ago.

In the new paper, published today in Nature Communications, evidence is provided to match the two events the mass extinction, called the Carnian Pluvial Episode, and the initial diversification of dinosaurs.

Dinosaurs had originated much earlier, at the beginning of the Triassic Period, some 245 million years ago, but they remained very rare until the shock events in the Carnian 13 million years later.

The new study shows just when...

18:13

Demand for Russian military hardware soaring - expect even more after humiliating performance of FUKUS arms in Syria "IndyWatch Feed World"

Orders for Russian-made weaponry surged significantly in 2017 with Russia's state weapons exporter clinching deals worth $15 billion with 53 nations, according to the company's director general and CEO Aleksandr Mikheev. The company's order portfolio saw fresh growth after a 2016 decline, when Rosoboronexport signed contracts worth just $9.5 billion. The current stock of orders is reportedly valued at $45 billion. "Rosoboronexport sealed nearly 1,100 deals with foreign customers in 2017. Last year, the company's representatives took part in work of international committees and working groups for military-technical cooperation with 48 countries," Mikheev said. According to the official, foreign partners are ready to negotiate purchases of Russian combat planes, helicopters, armored force and combat engineer vehicles, as well as offshore, air and ground engagement systems. "To retain positions in the international markets, Rosoboronexport is currently developing unique offers for our partners, including those connected to the transfer of technologies," Mikheev said, stressing that in 2017 orders for anti-aircraft defense and electronic weapon systems made up some 40 percent of the total portfolio.

18:12

Seven Inmates Die in South Carolina Prison Riot "IndyWatch Feed World"

COLUMBIA, S.C. Prisoners armed with homemade knives rioted for more than seven hours inside a maximum-security facility, leaving seven inmates dead, and bodies were literally stacked on top of each other, an inmate told The Associated Press on Monday.

At least 17 prisoners were seriously injured as inmates fought uninterrupted before authorities regained control of Lee Correctional Institution about 3 a.m. Monday, South Carolina prisons spokesman Jeff Taillon said.

Officials didnt immediately say what sparked the violence at the prison, which houses some of the states worst and longest-serving offenders. No prison guards were hurt.

The prisoner who saw the riot exchanged messages with AP on the condition of anonymity because he is not allowed to have a cellphone and fears retribution from other inmates.

He also didnt say what started the riot but said most of the inmates at the prison are affiliated with gangs and he saw several attackers taunt a rival gang member who was badly injured.

I just saw three dead on the sidewalk outside of my unit. One guy is still alive and breathing, but just barely, the inmate said.

The riot was the latest violence in the South Carolina prisons system, where at least 20 inmates have been killed by fellow prisoners since the start of 2017. At Lee Correctional, an inmate held a guard hostage for 90 minutes in March and another killed a fellow prisoner in February.

The inmate who spoke to AP said that many cell door locks were already broken before the riot and that he and other prisoners roamed around freely. Hours after the violence started, no correctional officers or medical personnel attended to the dead or dying, he said.

Its been over two hours, but no COs (corrections officers) have responded to this unit, and no medical personnel have attempted to render any kind of aid, he wrote. The COs never even attempted to render aid, nor quell the disturbance. They just sat in the control bubble, called the issue in, then sat on their collective asses.

Most of the slain inmates were stabbed with homemade knives or slashed, while the remainder appeared to have been beaten, Lee County Coroner Larry Logan told AP.

How else are you going to die in prison? They dont have guns, Logan said by phone as he went to a hospital to finish identifying the dead.

The injured inmates required medical attention outside the prison, which is located 40 miles east of Columbia.

The South Carolina Department of Corrections tweeted that the deaths happened in multiple inmate-on-inmate fights in three housing units. It began at around 7:15 p.m. Sunday.

The coroner said when he arrived it was a chaotic scene of fighting ever...

18:10

Eyeless in Gaza: On Israeli Troops Cheering Over Shooting an Unarmed Palestinian "IndyWatch Feed World"

Write down: I, Uri Avnery, soldier number 44410 of the Israel army, hereby dissociate myself from the army sharpshooters who murder unarmed demonstrators along the Gaza Strip, and from their commanders, who give them the orders, up to the commander in chief.

We dont belong to the same army, or to the same state. We hardly belong to the same human race.

Is my government committing war crimes along the border of the Gaza Strip?

I dont know. I am not a jurist.

It seems that officials of the International Criminal Court believe that the acts of our soldiers do constitute war crimes. They demand an international investigation.

To prevent that, our army command proposes an Israeli military investigation. That is manifestly ridiculous an army investigating itself about acts committed on direct orders of the Chief of Staff.


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As was published in advance, sharpshooters were posted along the border fence and ordered to kill ringleaders of the unarmed protesters on the other side of the fence. The Gaza leadership had announced that these unarmed protests were to take place every week, after Friday prayers, until Naqba Day.

During the first two Fridays, 29 unarmed people were shot dead and more than a thousand wounded by sharpshooters.

For me this is not a judicial question. It is a crime, not only against the unarmed protesters. It is also a crime against the State of Israel, against the people of Israel and against the Israeli army.

Since I was a member of that army on the day of its foundation, I think that it is also a crime against my comrades and me.

This week a short video, recorded by a soldier at the time of such an action, was widely seen in Israel.

It shows the action from the angle of a soldier who was obviously standing next to a sharpshooter. The sharpshooter sees the demonstrators from a distance of hundreds of yards. The hairs of his sights m...

18:08

Paul Ryan, Chief Trump Enabler, Personifies Conservatisms Decline "IndyWatch Feed World"

Paul Ryan started his political life hoping to be the champion of a sunny, forward-looking conservatism. He will step down from the House speakership as the personification of conservatisms decline.

One is tempted to call Ryans journey tragic, the tale of a young, idealistic family man transformed into an enabler for the most morally indifferent and utterly selfish president in our nations history.

Its hard to imagine that the 28-year-old who entered Congress in 1999 thought fate would lead him to protect a chief executive under scrutiny for an alleged payoff to a porn star, potential entanglements with Russian interference in our election, and efforts to derail legitimate investigations into his behavior.

Yet tragedy often implies a protagonist who suffered because of forces beyond his own control. Ryan is very much responsible for the fix he and his party are in. This is why he had to push back against suspicions that he is leaving before a political deluge engulfs House Republicans this fall.

Ryan has been driven by two priorities throughout his career: slashing taxes on the best-off Americans and eviscerating social-welfare and safety-net programs in the name of entitlement reform. Whatever advanced these objectives was worth doing.

In announcing his retirement from Congress on Wednesday, he was thus reduced to repeating four times in response to questions that he was grateful to President Trump for creating the opportunity, as Ryan put it at one point, to actually get this stuff done.

The stuff the speaker was obsessed with included a corporate tax cut that ballooned a deficit he has made a career out of denouncing. Despite Ryans rhetoric, deficits never counted for him if they were created by showering money on the countrys privileged sectors.

At his news conference, Ryan was required by journalists to acknowledge the trillion-dollar annual budget holes that a supposedly conservative Congress and administration have helped create. He reiterated his stock response, mourning that the Senate never approved his plans to cut Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security and food stamps, which is the policy translation of the bloodless phrase entitlement reform.

The many in Washington who personally like Ryan often wonder how he could so readily cozy up to Trump and empower House membersnotably Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nuneswho have turned themselves into propagandists for Trumps desperate quest to escape accountability.

The answer lies paradoxically in Ryans idealism, rooted in his youthful fascination with the philosophy of Ayn Rand. She identified with societys winners and regarded ordinary citizens as moochers and burdens on the creative and the entrepreneurial.

Although Ryan gave wa...

18:07

Your Nature Spirit Based on Your Zodiac Sign "IndyWatch Feed World"

Nature spirits come in all different shapes and sizes, some we can see and others do not exist on the same plane that we do. They are all unique in their own ways.

They are unique in the ways the zodiac signs are and in more ways than that. While not all nature spirits are kind to humans they all hold something we could and should learn. Below you will find a list of each zodiac sign and the nature spirit associated with it. Perhaps looking into the nature spirit under your sign could give you more insight on your true self.

Aries: Pixies

Pixies and Faries are completely different. They work behind the scenes and are far harder workers than you would think, they have this in common with the Aries. You can normally find them working in-between the roots of trees and so forth.

Taurus: Leprechauns

Leprechauns and Taurians are very tricky to deal with. They play lots of different roles but in general sort of act as guardians in some ways. You cannot trust the leprechaun. They are in some instances considered to be a type of fairy but for the most part, they are quite mischievous on a completely new level. They represent a side of the Taurus that you dont often see.

Gemini: Fairies

Fairies are small beings that sometimes appear as humans. They are often noticed most in glimmers of light and will give you a warm feeling within. The main thing fairies and Geminis have in common is their love for others and their healing abilities. Fairies are very good problems solvers, to say the least. That all being said, they can be mischievous and take everyone differently

Cancer: Devas (divas)

Devas are highly intelligent and live in what we know as the mento-physical realm of existence. They are spirits who work strictly according to law and become attached to one plant or area in particular. Very much like the Cancer, these spirits are very connected with one those in their family as they are hive beings.

Leo: Dryads

Dryads are considered to be minor and mortal goddesses. These beings have extremely long life spans and live in trees. They are connected with these trees and are limited to the forest that they call home. If the tree passes so does the Dryad connected to it. Very much like the Leo the Dryad is far more vulnerable than people realize.

Virgo: Undines

These are very...

18:07

Russia sends reinforcements to Syria - tank-laden ship spotted in Bosphorus "IndyWatch Feed World"

Two Russian warships laden with military vehicles have been spotted en route to Syria after Friday's US-led airstrikes obliterated three suspected chemical weapons sites. An Alligator-landing ship was pictured cruising down The Bosphorus on Sunday as the world awaits Vladimir Putin's response to this week's co-ordinated military action against Syria. The vessel was spotted on its way to the Russian naval base at Tartus on the north Syrian coast. On its fourth deployment of Russian military equipment to the war-torn country the ship was seen laden with tanks, trucks, ambulances and an IED radar. A yellow RoRo Alexandr Tkachenko was also pictured heading for Tartus carrying high-speed patrol boats, a temporary bridge structure and several trucks. The images were posted on social media by Bosphorus-based naval observer Yrk Ik. They come in wake of Friday's US-led campaign against Bashar al-Assad's regime and a chemical weapons attack that brutally murdered 75 civillians. Comment: Just the facts, please. This should read, at the very least: "They come in wake of Friday's US-led campaign against Bashar al-Assad's government and an alleged chemical weapons attack that allegedly killed 75 civillians [sic]." Jessica, Jennifer and Lara are hacks.

18:06

Ecuadorian journalists reporting on escalating violence on border with Colombia kidnapped then murdered "IndyWatch Feed World"

Journalist Javier Ortega, photographer Paul Rivas, and driver Efrain Segarra were kidnapped and killed by the Oliver Sinisterra Front. The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) accepted a request from the Colombian and Ecuadorean authorities to recover the bodies of the team of journalists kidnapped and murdered by a criminal group operating on the border between the two countries. The ICRC "confirms it received a petition from Ecuadorean and Colombian authorities, as well as from the families and the group led by Guacho, to recover the bodies of the two Ecuadorean journalists and the driver held against their will since March 26," the committee said in a press release Friday.

18:06

Over 350K Catalan independence supporters flood Barcelona streets calling for release of political prisoners "IndyWatch Feed World"

The march was called by a platform set up in March to "defend Catalan institutions" and "the rights and fundamental freedoms" of its citizens. Hundreds of thousands of Catalan independence supporters flooded the streets of Barcelona Sunday calling for the release of jailed separatist leaders after a supreme court ruling frustrated their latest attempt to elect a regional leader. Around 350,000 demonstrators clogged several main city arteries waving flags and wearing yellow in support of separatist leaders jailed for their role in the region's banned drive to split from Spain last year.

18:05

The Gruesome Truth Behind Classic Fairytales "IndyWatch Feed World"

Thought fairy tales were all pampered princesses and happily-ever-afters? Think again.

The original versions of some of our best-loved fairy tales are a far cry from their Disney-fied incarnations. With violence, gore, sexual threat, abuse, and poverty all part of the plot. Weve glossed over the true nature of these nursery songs and bedtime stories for the best part of a century.

So here are the darkest fairy tales from the bookshelf revealed.

Little Red Riding Hood

 From this story, one learns that children, especially young lasses, do very wrong to listen to strangers. Alas! Who does not know that these wolves are of all such creatures the most dangerous!

Today were more familiar with the Brothers Grimm version of this tale, where a girl and her grandmother are gobbled up by a wolf, but rescued by a huntsman. In Charles Perraults original, there is no happy ending. And the wolf represents a sexual predator. In those days, a girl who lost her virginity was said to have seen the wolf and Perrault makes his moral explicit at the end.

Sleeping Beauty

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As he tried to wake her, she seemed so incredibly lovely that he began to grow hot with lust.

Bluebeard

 After some moments, she began to perceive that the floor was all covered with blood, on which lay the bodies of several dead women, ranged against the walls.

A beautiful girl is persuaded to marry a wealthy and...

18:03

Perception management: US, UK & France want after-the-fact endorsement from UN for illegal Syria air strikes "IndyWatch Feed World"

Having set themselves above international law by bombing Syria without UN authorization, the US, the UK and France are now going calling on other countries to unite behind their fait accompli and endorse their actions. American, British and French ships and airplanes fired over 100 missiles at Syria Saturday morning, claiming it was in response to the alleged use of chemical weapons in the Damascus suburb of Douma. The three countries did not wait for UN authorization, or even for evidence from the scene: the international team of experts from the Organization for Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) had just arrived in Syria to investigate when the missiles began to fly. As US President Donald Trump triumphantly declared "mission accomplished," his French colleague Emmanuel Macron called for the UN Security Council to step in and pick up the pieces. "It is now for the UN Security Council to unite and take initiative on the political, chemical and humanitarian questions in Syria," the French presidency said in a statement after Macron's teleconference with Trump and British PM Theresa May on Saturday.

18:01

19 Small Changes You Can Make in Your Daily Life to Cope with Your Anxiety "IndyWatch Feed World"

The Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA) estimates that approximately 18.1% of the American population aged 18 and older are currently affected by some form of anxiety disorder. While these disorders are often treated successfully, only 36.9% of those who are currently suffering will receive treatment, while the remainder does their best to manage their symptoms on a daily basis while keeping up with the stresses of daily life.

Living with anxiety can be incredibly overwhelming, and often we find ourselves wrapped up in who big and frightening the disorder can be, as well as the seemingly impossible task of recovery. If you allow yourself to become too overwhelmed with the thought of recovery, this can prevent you from taking the necessary steps to seek help and learn to manage your condition. Instead, try to focus your attention on the little changes you can make each day to limit the impact your anxiety has on your day to day life.

These little steps or tasks were the focus of a recent discussion on the Facebook page for well known mental health website The Mighty. They asked their community: Whats one considerably small change youve made in your daily life that helps you cope with anxiety? This simple question received over 150 comments including some great advice for those that may find themselves struggling. Interested in discovering what little changes you can make in your life starting today?

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Here are 19 small changes you can make to cope with your anxiety according to the mental health community:

#1 Practice Mindfulness

Ive taken up meditation. I decided to download a few guided meditation sessions and I now meditate twice a day. My first is a general session in the morning, and at night its a session about whatever bothered me throughout the day. It helps a lot. Brianna N.

Gratitude and mindfulness h...

17:58

Ensible Portuguese react to US missile attack awaiting verification of those responsible for gas attack. "IndyWatch Feed World"

Portugal is awaiting consensus in the international community to see which way the wind might blow and also to find out just who unleashed the emotive chemical attack that has upset the world community.

 

CR7 (the workers unofficial leader of Portugal) Christian Ronaldo was in a training sesssion but spoke briefly expressing his admiration  of Syrian resilience, hoping for a better future.

With the world divided on the what may follow Americas dramatic missiles strike against the Syrian regime last night, foreign affairs minister Augusto Santos Silva has said: Portugal understands why President Trump ordered the attack but is essentially waiting for Europe and the United Nations to come to a united position.

With countries like Canada, UK, Jordan, Japan, Israel, Turkey, France and Germany welcoming the US missiles strikes, outgoing French president Franois Hollande said they were exactly what France had wanted after the 2013 chemical weapons attack at Gouta that killed at least 280 people, says the Telegraph.

But Frances wishes were scotched by a vacillating Barack Obama and a no vote in the British parliament.

Today, the government of Theresa May has said it fully supports the US action which it believes was an appropriate response to the barbaric chemical weapons attack launched by the Syrian regime (last Tuesday morning), and is intended to deter further attacks.

Other media sources are less confident of this end result, saying one attack on a military base, no matter how devastating, may not change the course of a war that has been waged for so many years.

But one thing is certain, Portugal will only take a stand once reaction has been rubber-stamped by Brussels and the United Nations.

Talking to reporters at a seminar in Lisbon today on Humanitarian Assistance and Civil Protection, Santos Silva said: Portugal understands the positions of its allies which are positions that seeks forms of retaliation for war crimes, he said.

The international community has the right to retaliate against those that use illegal weapons of war, like chemical weapons, he added deftly side-stepping the fact that President Trump ordered last nights attack without apparently waiting for any official acknowledgement from Congress, let alone the international community.

Santos Silva stressed that Portugal would like to see the UN Security Council try and verify who was responsible for the chemical weapons attack in Idlib province on Tuesday, and then take a decision over strong, legitimate action that could be taken in the name of the international community.

But as the world saw today, an America under President Trump has no time for these kind of niceties....

17:56

Sources say Trump lawyer Cohen really did make trip to Prague in 2016 "IndyWatch Feed World"

The Justice Department special counsel has evidence that Donald Trump's personal lawyer and confidant, Michael Cohen, secretly made a late-summer trip to Prague during the 2016 presidential campaign, according to two sources familiar with the matter. Confirmation of the trip would lend credence to a retired British spy's report that Cohen strategized there with a powerful Kremlin figure about Russian meddling in the U.S. election. Comment: Whether or not Cohen made the trip, and whether or not he strategized about "Russian meddling" with a Kremlin figure, are two separate issues. It would also be one of the most significant developments thus far in Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation of whether the Trump campaign and the Kremlin worked together to help Trump win the White House. Undercutting Trump's repeated pronouncements that "there is no evidence of collusion," it also could ratchet up the stakes if the president tries, as he has intimated he might for months, to order Mueller's firing. Trump's threats to fire Mueller or the deputy attorney general overseeing the investigation, Rod Rosenstein, grew louder this week when the FBI raided Cohen's home, hotel room and office on Monday. The raid was unrelated to the Trump-Russia collusion probe, but instead focused on payments made to women who have said they had sexual relationships with Trump. Cohen has vehemently denied for months that he ever has been in Prague or colluded with Russia during the campaign. Neither he nor his lawyer responded to requests for comment for this story.

17:55

Kendrick Lamar just won a Pulitzer Prize for his album DAMN "IndyWatch Feed World"

And hes the first rapper to do so, solidifying his status as one of the greatest.

Kendrick Lamar just became the first rapper to win a Pulitzer Prize.

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17:54

Chemical Weapons Team Kept From Alleged Attack Site in Syria "IndyWatch Feed World"

BEIRUT Independent investigators were prevented by Syrian and Russian officials Monday from reaching the scene of an alleged chemical attack near the Syrian capital, an official said, days after the U.S., France and Britain bombarded sites they said were linked to Syrias chemical weapons program.

The lack of access to the town of Douma by inspectors from the watchdog group, the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons, has left questions about the April 7 attack unanswered.

OPCW Director-General Ahmet Uzumcu said Syrian and Russian officials cited pending security issues in keeping its inspectors from reaching Douma.

The team has not yet deployed to Douma, two days after arriving in Syria, Uzumcu told an executive council of the OPCW in The Hague.

Syrian authorities were offering 22 people to interview as witnesses instead, he said, adding that he hoped all necessary arrangements will be made to allow the team to deploy to Douma as soon as possible.

The U.S. and France say they have evidence that poison gas was used in Douma, east of Damascus, killing dozens of people, and that President Bashar Assads military was behind it, but they have made none of that evidence public. Syria and its ally Russia deny any such attack took place.

Deputy Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov blamed the Western airstrikes carried out early Saturday for holding up a mission by the OPCW team to Douma. He said the inspectors cannot access the site because it needs permission from U.N. security experts.

Ryabkovs remarks could indicate a possible attempt to bog down the team, even though both Russia and the Syrian government have welcomed the OPCW visit.

He told reporters in Moscow that what is hampering a speedy resolution of the visit to Douma was the consequences of the illegal, unlawful military action, a reference to the punitive airstrikes.

The OPCW team arrived in Syria shortly before the airstrikes and met with Syrian officials. Government forces and Russian troops have been deployed in Douma, which is now controlled by the Syrian government.

It is the lack of approval by the U.N. Department for Safety and Security for OPCW experts to visit the site in Douma that is the problem, Ryabkov told reporters.

Syrian opposition and activists have criticized the Russia deployment in the town, saying that evidence of chemical weapons use might no longer be found.

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov denied that Russia interfered with any evidence.

I can guarantee that Russia has not tampered with the site, Lavrov told the BBC in an interview Monday.

The Kremlin also denied that Russia was not allowing the OPCW...

17:52

Saudis spending $1.5 billion to cover up their genocidal war on Yemenis "IndyWatch Feed World"

"The situation in Yemen - today, right now, to the population of the country," UN humanitarian chief Mark Lowcock told Al Jazeera last month, "looks like the apocalypse." 150,000 people are thought to have starved to death in Yemen last year, with one child dying of starvation or preventable diseases every ten minutes, and another falling into extreme malnutrition every two minutes. The country is undergoing the world's biggest cholera epidemic since records began with over one million now having contracted the disease, and new a diptheria epidemic "is going to spread like wildfire" according to Lowcock. "Unless the situation changes," he concluded, "we're going to have the world's worst humanitarian disaster for 50 years". The cause is well known: the Saudi-led coalition's bombardment and blockade of the country, with the full support of the US and UK, has destroyed over 50% of the country's healthcare infrastructure, targeted water desalination plants, decimated transport routes and choked off essential imports, whilst the government all this is supposed to reinstall has blocked salaries of public sector workers across the majority of the country, leaving rubbish to go uncollected and sewage facilities to fall apart, and creating a public health crisis. A further eight million were cut off from clean water when the Saudi-led coalition blocked all fuel imports last November, forcing pumping stations to close. Oxfam's country director in Yemen, Shane Stevenson, commented at the time that "The people of Yemen are already being starved to submission - unless the blockade is lifted quickly they will have their clean water taken away too. Taking clean water from millions of people in a country that is already suffering the world's largest cholera outbreak and on the verge of famine would be an act of utmost barbarity."

17:52

Moscow has 'irrefutable' evidence chem attack in Syria's Douma was staged - Russia's envoy to OPCW "IndyWatch Feed World"

Moscow has 'irrefutable' evidence chem attack in Syria's Douma was staged - Russia's envoy to OPCW | 16 April 2018 | Moscow has "irrefutable proof" that the alleged chemical incident in Syrias Douma was a "false-flag attack," orchestrated by UK security services with support from the United States, the Russian envoy to the OPCW said. "We have not just a 'high level of confidence,' as our Western partners uniformly put it; we have irrefutable proof that there was no chemical attack in Douma on April 7," Russia's Ambassador to the Organization for the Prohibition of the Chemical Weapons Aleksandr Shulgin said at a special meeting of the UN chemical watchdog's executive council. The diplomat added that the incident had been a "pre-planned false-flag attack by the British security services, which could have also been aided by their allies in Washington."

17:51

Poll: Nearly 90% of Russians find no need to participate in protests "IndyWatch Feed World"

Almost 90 percent of Russians say they don't want to take part in protests, and three quarters of respondents claim they don't expect others to demonstrate either, according to the latest research by an independent agency. In a poll conducted by the Levada sociological service in late March, 86 percent of respondents said that, regardless of their opinions, they were highly unlikely to participate in street protests. It represents an increase from the 81 percent who expressed this opinion last December. Only 8 percent of Russians told researchers that they were ready to protest - down from 13 percent last year. When respondents were asked if they thought street protests over living standards were likely in the near future, 75 percent said they were not. Just 17 percent thought such demonstrations were likely. In the corresponding poll last December, these figures were 70 and 23 percent, respectively.

17:49

How the US Occupied the 30% of Syria Containing Most of its Oil, Water and Gas "IndyWatch Feed World"

DAMASCUS, SYRIA   After the U.S. launched limited airstrikes on Friday against Syria, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley announced that the U.S. will maintain its illegal presence in Syria until U.S. goals in the area are fulfilled, opening the door for the U.S. occupation to continue indefinitely.

While the U.S. military presence in Syria has been ongoing since 2015 justified as a means of countering Daesh (ISIS) U.S. troops have since turned into an occupying force with their failure to pull out following Daeshs defeat in northeastern Syria. Currently, the U.S. occupies nearly a third of Syrian territory around 30 percent including much of the area east of the Euphrates River, encompassing large swaths of the Deir Ezzor, Al-Hasakah and Raqqa regions.

Though the U.S. currently has between 2,000 to 4,000 troops stationed in Syria, it announced the training of a 30,000-person-strong border force composed of U.S.-allied Kurds and Arabs in the area, which would be used to prevent northeastern Syria from coming under the control of Syrias legitimate government. Though it backtracked somewhat after backlash from Turkey, the U.S. has continued to train local forces in the area. Russian military sources have asserted that former members of Daesh who were allowed to leave cities attacked by the U.S. and their proxies, as was the case in battle for Raqqa are to be included among the forces ranks.

This, along with the U.S. governments insistence on maintaining the occupation until Syrian President Bashar al-Assad is removed from power, shows that the U.S. government has no intention of permitting the reunification of Syria and will continue to occupy the region over the long term.

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17:44

Ancient Indus Valley civilization was wiped out by a 900 year drought "IndyWatch Feed World"

The Indus Valley civilisation was wiped out 4,350 years ago by a 900-year-long drought, scientists at the Indian Institute of Technology in Kharagpur (IIT-Kgp) have found. Evidence gathered during their study also put to rest the widely accepted theory that the said drought lasted for only about 200 years. The study will be published in the prestigious Quaternary International Journal by Elsevier this month. Researchers from the geology and geophysics department have been studying the monsoon's variability for the past 5,000 years and have found that the rains played truant in the northwest Himalayas for 900 long years, drying up the source of water that fed the rivers along which the civilisation thrived. This eventually drove the otherwise hardy inhabitants towards the east and south, where rain conditions were better.

17:44

Canadian govt. worried public debate could undermine overall support for immigration "IndyWatch Feed World"

Internal department data suggests just over 50 per cent of Canadians believed the number of immigrants who come to Canada every year is 'about right' The federal government has been warned to take a cautious approach to publicly debating immigration over fears of reaching a "tipping point" that could undermine public support for welcoming immigrants. Internal data prepared by the Immigration Department for a committee of deputy ministers suggests a majority of Canadians supports current immigration levels, but this support drops when they are informed of how many immigrants actually arrive every year. "Public support (often aided by a diversity of prominent stakeholders) in indispensable," the department told the co-ordinating committee of deputy ministers during a meeting in April 2017 to discuss immigrant outcomes. "But there could be a tipping point that, once reached, undermines the history of relative Canadian consensus."

17:39

Theresa May Tells U.K. Lawmakers Syria Strikes Were Legal, Moral "IndyWatch Feed World"

LONDON  British Prime Minister Theresa May told restive lawmakers on Monday that military airstrikes against Syria were right both legally and morally, and accused Syria and its ally Russia of attempting to cover-up evidence of a deadly chemical weapons attack.

May faced down her domestic critics as Frances premier defended the proportionate response to the use of chemical weapons. European Union foreign ministers united to say they understood the need for the airstrikes and called for a new push for a political solution to the war in Syria.

British Royal Air Force jets joined American and French warplanes and ships in hitting targets in Syria early Saturday in response to a reported chemical attack by the Syrian government in the town of Douma.

The British government is not legally bound to seek lawmakers approval for military strikes, although it is customary to do so.

May told lawmakers in the House of Commons that consulting them would have been impractical, both because Parliament was on a spring break until Monday and because some of the intelligence behind the decision was classified.

We have always been clear that the government has the right to act quickly in the national interest, May said, calling the military action not just morally right but also legally right.

We cannot allow the use of chemical weapons to become normalized, either within Syria, on the streets of the U.K., or elsewhere, May said linking the chemical attack in Syria with the poisoning of a former Russian spy and his daughter last month with a military-grade nerve agent in the English city of Salisbury.

Syria and Russia have both denied that Syrian government forces carried out the Douma gas attack, suggesting it may have been staged to implicate them.

May said the presence of helicopters and the use of barrel bombs pointed the finger of blame squarely at the government of Syrian President Bashar Assad. She accused Syria, aided by Russia, of trying to block an investigation into the gas attack being done by the international chemical weapons watchdog.

The Syrian regime has reportedly been attempting to conceal the evidence by searching evacuees from Douma to ensure samples are not being smuggled from this area. And a wider operation to conceal the facts of the attack is underway, supported by the Russians, she said.

Ahmet Uzumcu, director-general of the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons, said Monday that the organizations team has not yet deployed to Douma, two days after arriving in Syria.

He said Syrian and Russian officials who met the OPCW team in Damascus told them that there were still pending security issues to be worked out before any deployment could take place....

17:36

Pedophile-hunter mom travels to Mexico to catch her son's abuser after police let him walk free "IndyWatch Feed World"

Anyone who has ever dealt with law enforcement when they've been a victim of a crime knows that the wheels of justice move very slowly. For some, the waiting is too much to bear and when police - who are often more concerned with prosecuting people for possessing a plant - refuse to go after criminals, they take matters into their own hands. When Lydia Lerma discovered that her son had been molested by a man who was living with her ex-husband, the crime devastated her. However, the insultingly low bail placed on her son's abuser was equally devastating as it allowed him to walk free for very little money. When police allowed Andrew Vanderwal to walk free after posting $750 bail, the family was doubly impacted. Worse still, Vanderwal fled to Mexico, escaping justice and infuriating Lerma, who then made it her mission to become a pedophile hunter. Vanderwal had fully confessed to molesting Lerma's son. Yet even with a full confession, a judge set the bail so low he was able to get out of jail and go on the run. Vanderwal quickly found refuge south of the U.S. border, eventually settling in Cuauhtemoc, Mexico, which is where Lerma found him, almost a year and a half after police let a confessed pedophile walk free.

17:32

The US-led strike on Syria may have just attacked their own legitimacy "IndyWatch Feed World"

What happened right after the second direct US-missiles invasion of Syria, which had occurred on the night of April 13th, could turn out to have momentous implications - far bigger than the attacks themselves. The Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons headlined on April 14th, in the wake of this U.S.-UK-France invasion of Syria that was allegedly punishing Syria's Government for allegedly having used chemical weapons in its bombing in the town of Douma on April 7th, "OPCW Fact-Finding Mission Continues Deployment to Syria", and reported that: The Fact-Finding Mission (FFM) team of the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) will continue its deployment to the Syrian Arab Republic to establish facts around the allegations of chemical weapons use in Douma. The OPCW has been working in close collaboration with the United Nations Department of Safety and Security to assess the situation and ensure the safety of the team.

17:29

Caught in a Lie, Us & Allies Bomb Syria the Night Before International Inspectors Arrive "IndyWatch Feed World"

The US, Britain and France trampled international law to launch missiles against Syria, claiming to have evidence of the governments use of chemical weapons. That evidence is based on terrorist lies.

After a week of outrageous tweets and proclamations by POTUS Trump, which included continued accusations that Syrias president ordered a chemical weapons attack on civilians in Douma, east of Damascus, with Trump using grotesque and juvenile terminology, such as animal Assad, the very evening before chemical weapons inspectors of the OPCW were to visit Douma, America and allies launched illegal bombings against Syria. The illegal bombings included 103 missiles, 71 of which Russia states were intercepted.

For the past week, we were told that the US had evidence and the UK had evidence that Syria had used chemicals. The evidence largely relied on video clips and photos shared on social media, provided by the Western-funded White Helmets (that rescuer group that somehow only operates in Al-Qaeda and co-terrorist occupied areas and participates in torture and executions), as well as by Yaser al-Doumani, a man whose allegiance to Jaysh al-Islam is clear from his own Facebook posts, for example of former Jaysh al-Islam leader, Zahran Alloush.

This, we were told, was evidence. This and the words of the highly partial, USAID-funded, US State Department allied Syrian American Medical Society, which, like Al-Qaedas rescuers, only supports doctors in terrorist-occupied areas.

On April 12, even US Secretary of Defense James Mattis told the House Armed Services Committee that the US government does not have any evidence that sarin or chlorine was used, that he was still looking for evidence.

Syria, f...

17:27

More American restaurants are going strictly cashless "IndyWatch Feed World"

If you're craving the Serrano Grilled Shrimp Bowl at the Tender Greens salad chain, don't bother bringing cash. Tender Greens, with 28 restaurants on the East and West coasts, is one of a growing number of eateries that are either shunning cash and only accepting credit and debit cards and contactless payment systems, like Apple Pay, or experimenting with the strategy. While no one has kept a running count of restaurants adopting the cashless policy, interest is clearly rising. A 2016 Federal Reserve study found the number of non-cash payments - including credit and debit cards - totaled 144 billion in 2015, having grown 5.3% annually between 2012 and 2015 Sweetgreen, another salad chain on the coasts and part of the Midwest, and some independent restaurants have adopted the same policy. Two national chains are exploring it.

17:21

The best nitrate-rich veggies for heart health "IndyWatch Feed World"

Research has shown that the more vegetables you eat, the lower your risk of heart disease, with different types of vegetables protecting your heart through different mechanisms. Leafy greens, for example, have high amounts of nitrates that naturally boost your nitric oxide (NO) level.1 Cruciferous veggies, on the other hand, lower your risk of stroke and heart attack by promoting more supple neck arteries and preventing the buildup of arterial plaque. In fermented cabbage, it's the fiber content that helps lower blood pressure and improve blood sugar control, thereby lowering your risk of heart problems. Phytonutrients in sauerkraut also help promote easy blood flow and flexible blood vessels, and veggies rich in magnesium and quercetin also provide important heart benefits. Following is a summary of some of the top vegetable types for maintaining healthy heart function well into old age. Nitrate-Rich Veggies Boost Heart Health and Lower Risk of Heart Attack

17:20

Redesigning Reality #025 You vs. The Hive "IndyWatch Feed World"

Waking Times

With so many people pulling at you for your attention its sometimes hard the know where you stand and what to focus on.

The news cycle revolves around huge global issues that no individual can change and yet people continue to examine the world outside of themselves. Maybe its time that people realize the only thing that matters in this world is their life and improving themselves. When individuals understand their place in the world and work to improve that place they become a catalyst for change.

In this fascinating show Dylan and Jeff discuss the concept of the hive mind and how to break free of group think. They talk about the importance of personal growth and how taking care of yourself first allows you to be fulfilled enough to take care of others.

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17:19

French students against war, support striking workers "IndyWatch Feed World"

Paris Austerlitz railway station workers and students demonstrate

By Alex Lantier in France:

French students protest war, support striking rail workers

16 April 2018

On Friday, students protested in Paris as rail workers began two more days of strike action against rail privatization. On the fifth strike day, the explosiveness of the social and international situation was plainly apparent. President Emmanuel Macron had just appeared on TF1 television, promising to disregard public opinion and continue his social attacks, while also threatening Syrian and Russian forces with the air strikes in Syria that went ahead early Saturday morning, European time.

Students also opposed Macrons call to return to the draft under cover of a universal national service, as well as moves to systematically break student blockades of universities protesting Macrons reforms. They stressed the link between militarism abroad and repression at home, as well as the rise of social inequality under capitalism.

Maxime and his friend told WSWS reporters at the Tolbiac campus in Paris of their opposition to Macrons reforms and the military escalation launch...

17:17

Theresa May Claims Syria Strikes Successfully Targeted Stockpiles Of Chemical Weapons "IndyWatch Feed World"

The US, UK and France claim they struck chemical weapon facilities in Syria. The British Prime Minister said today she had authorised British forces to conduct precision air-launched cruise missile strikes on Syria to degrade [...]

17:16

'Satellite' junk DNA may actually be essential for human survival "IndyWatch Feed World"

When biologists first examined the landscape of human genes they were perplexed by the, seemingly useless pieces of DNA that floated in the structure. It was labelled 'junk DNA' and the name stuck. However, new research suggests it may not be junk at all. In fact the DNA, which is now called satellite DNA, plays a crucial role in holding the genome together and, by extension, the survival of much of life on Earth. The study, which has been published in the journal eLife, outlines that the "junk" is actually essential for the cell's survival because it performs the vital function of ensuring that chromosomes bundle correctly inside the cell's nucleus. "We were not quite convinced by the idea that this is just genomic junk," lead author on the study, Yukiko Yamashita, said."If we don't actively need it, and if not having it would give us an advantage, then evolution probably would have gotten rid of it. But that hasn't happened."

17:16

Pang of conscience: MSNBC host Chris Hayes tells truth about Gaza protests (VIDEO) "IndyWatch Feed World"

"Israeli troops shot more than 750 Palestinians, killing at least 15"

17:15

Report: Sean Hannity was Michael Cohens third client "IndyWatch Feed World"

Heres an interesting development to the courtroom drama surrounding President Trumps lawyer Michael Cohen. The attorney reportedly advised three clients over the last year, providing legal advice. The first two people were Trump and GOP fundraiser Elliott Broidyboth of whom Cohen allegedly helped facilitate hush-money transactions to keep mistresses quiet. We now know who the

Heres an interesting development to the courtroom drama surrounding President Trumps lawyer Michael Cohen. The attorney reportedly advised three clients over the last year, providing legal advice. The first two people were Trump and GOP fundraiser Elliott Broidyboth of whom Cohen allegedly helped facilitate hush-money transactions to keep mistresses quiet.

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17:06

Americas Arid West Is Invading the Fertile East "IndyWatch Feed World"

Theres an invasion going on down the middle of the US, as Americas arid West advances eastwards. Imperceptibly, decades of climate change have shifted the natural boundary between the dry west and the fertile farmlands of the eastern states by more than 225 kilometres, according to a new study by US scientists.

In effect, what was once marked by the 100th meridian is now at 98 degrees of longitude.

The 100th meridian is one of those astronomically-determined lines that emerge from what the researchers call psychogeography. Just as the historic 38th parallel separates the hostile states of North and South Korea, the Mason-Dixon line marks a notional but blood-stained boundary between the northern states and the American South, and the Greenwich meridian formally replaced the Paris meridian as the notional ground zero for the measure of universal time, so the 100th meridian has entered US consciousness.

It was first cited 140 years ago when a pioneer geologist and surveyor identified a divide running from north to south between land that received ample rainfall, and soils in the so-called rain-shadow of the Rockies that could be classed as arid.

And, conveniently, it could be measured as 100 degrees west of Greenwich in the UK, the starting point for lines of longitude. In two papers in the journal Earth Interactions, researchers have taken a closer look at the reality of this historic divide and the changing nature of the US landscape as a consequence of climate change driven by ever-greater ratios of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, in response to ever-more profligate human use of fossil fuels.

They confirm that in the 140 years since the first observation of that divide, the line through North and South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas has shifted eastwards by 140 miles, or 225 km: in the state of Texas, this is a shift from Abilene to Fort Worth.

In 1878, the geologist John Wesley Powell noted the transformation observed as he crossed a north-south band of terrain in the US. On the east, luxuriant growth of grass is seen, and the gaudy flowers of the order Compositae make the prairie landscape beautiful.

Passing westward, species after species of luxuriant grass and brilliant flowering plants disappear; the ground gradually becom...

17:06

Saudi Arabia to send evacuated Syrian militants to Yemen "IndyWatch Feed World"

The Russian Defense Ministry has reported that a total of 170,152 people, including 63,117 militants and their relatives, had been evacuated from the Damascus suburb of Eastern Ghouta during a large-scale humanitarian operation in the area. 500 Jaysh al-Islam militants who were earlier evacuated from Eastern Ghouta, plan to go to Yemen, according to the pan-Arabic satellite television channel Al Mayadeen. It cited its own source as saying that the terrorists first intend to illegally arrive in Saudi Arabia, from where they will try to enter Yemen.

17:00

This Site Tracks How Wikipedia Is Being Edited in Real-Time "IndyWatch Feed World"

Intrigued by edits involving public figures and current events, Justin Blinder created Wikipedia Was Here soon after the 2016 election.

On November 8, 2016, the night of Donald Trumps election, artist and programmer Justin Blinder was closely watching Wikipedia. He noticed that a section of Trumps Wikipedia page had undergone some clever semantic editing. It summarized the revelation of an audio recording from 2005, in which Trump bragged to former Access Hollywood host Billy Bush about forcibly kissing and groping women. On election night, the entry was edited to suggest Trump had actually told Bush that fame made women amenable to kissing and groping. The word forcibly had also been removed.

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16:54

Speaking Fees, Selfies, Sucking Up to Power: How BLM Lost its Mojo "IndyWatch Feed World"

CINCINNATI, OHIO In a stinging rebuke of Black Lives Matter (BLM), the organizations local affiliate here last month announced that it was severing all ties to a movement it characterized as opportunistic, too invested in liberal, electoral politics and the Democratic party, and ultimately ineffective in fighting state-sanctioned violence against African-Americans.

Black Lives Matter Cincinnati (BLMC) explained its decision to change its name to Mass Action for Black Liberation in a tersely-worded letter, published March 30 on its website. With an organizational structure similar to the anarchist-influenced Occupy Movement, BLM and the Movement for Black Lives Matter network is a loose-knit often unwieldy confederation of chapters, affiliates, and spinoffs with broad autonomy and varying degrees of collaboration with the national leadership. Despite their initial reservations, activists in Cincinnati decided to adopt the BLM moniker early in 2015 out of a sense of urgency following a series of highly publicized police murders in 2014 including those of Eric Garner on a Staten Island street, 12-year-old Tamir Rice at a Cleveland playground, and 18-year-old Michael Brown Jr. on a suburban St. Louis street.   

The Cincinnati group wrote:

BLM did not create or build this new grassroots movement against police brutality and racism; they capitalized off a nameless groundswell of resistance sweeping the nation, branded it as their own, and profited from the deaths of Black men and women around the country without seriously engaging, as a national formation, in getting justice for fighting families. All the while raking in hundreds of thousands of dollars from high-end speaking engagements and donations from foundations that support the Black struggle (or want to co-opt it).

They have gained access to high profile associations, including invitations to the White House and celebrity events; have been on magazine covers; are on the way to profiting as authors and subjects of books; and have accepted numerous awards and accolades as so-called founders of the movement while families struggle, unassisted, to keep their fights going. So many people on the ground have shared a similar experience: when the reporters leave and the bright lights are gone, so are they [BLM].


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16:51

Democracy's mysterious ways: Trump ordered Syria strike based on a secret legal justification even Congress can't see "IndyWatch Feed World"

On Friday night, President Trump ordered the U.S. military to conduct a bombing attack against the government of Syria without congressional authorization. How can this be constitutional, given the fact that Article I, Section 8 of America's founding document declares that "The Congress shall have Power ... To declare War"? The deeply bizarre and alarming answer is that Trump almost certainly does have some purported legal justification provided to him by the Justice Department's Office of Legal Counsel - but no one else, including Congress, can read it. The Office of Legal Counsel is often called the Supreme Court of the executive branch, providing opinions on how the president and government agencies should interpret the law. We know that Trump received a top secret OLC opinion justifying the previous U.S. strike on Syria on April 6, 2017. Friday's bombing undoubtedly relied on the same memo or one with similar reasoning. So while over 80 members of Congress wrote to Trump on Friday night stating that "engaging our military in Syria ... without prior congressional authorization would violate the separation of powers that is clearly delineated in the Constitution," their action has no impact. The military will rely on the OLC's opinion that, constitutionally speaking, Trump's orders were perfectly fine. And it will be quite difficult for members of Congress to argue otherwise, since they don't even know what the Trump administration's precise rationale is. Comment: US lawmakers tweet against attack on Syria: 'Trump denied the American people oversight in endless war'

16:48

Future of Birth Control: The Male Birth Control Shot That Has Been Found Effective "IndyWatch Feed World"

The rate of teen pregnancy in the United States is significantly higher than that of many other western industrialized nations according to the Centers for Disease Control. With television shows glamorizing the teen mom lifestyle and bringing fame and celebrity status to some of those who are living it, it is no wonder that many Americans trivialize and shrug off the seriousness of this situation.

However, in 2010 along the Centers for Disease Control reports that teen pregnancy and childbirth cost the U.S. taxpayers approximately $9.4 billion dollars.  Furthermore, the lives of those involved are significantly impacted, limiting their ability to succeed in our society with only approximately 50% of teen mothers receiving a high school diploma by the age of 22, while 90% of those without children have been able to reach this milestone.

While there are many different things that we can do as a society to help turn these statistics around including better sexual education at a young age, providing new and better opportunities for those looking to seek an education following the birth of a child or a reassessment of how we choose to feature and glamorize this lifestyle throughout the mainstream media, there is one topic that nearly always comes up in the conversation: Birth control.

It is estimated that approximately 62% of women who are currently of reproductive age are using some form of birth control regularly today, including condoms, birth control pills, implants, patches, injections, and sterilization. While both parties are equally responsible for the potential risks associated with unprotected sex, traditionally many of these options fall on the woman to put into practice. New research, however, may just change the way that birth control is viewed in our society.

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A 2016 study co-sponsored by the United Nations and published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism explored the effectiveness and safety of a male contracepti...

16:47

14 Before and After Photos From Those Who Quit Drugs and Are Now Leading a Happy & Healthy Life "IndyWatch Feed World"

Sometimes things like alcohol and drugs become a big part of our lives and once you do become addicted, it changes you drastically. Once someone is able to break that addiction and pick themselves back up, they have nowhere to go but up and these photos are proof of that.

While sometimes it is hard to tell if someone has an addiction problem, usually you can tell that they just look miserable. Below you will find some photos of people before they stopped using and after. The difference is MIND-BLOWING. Quitting drugs and alcohol can truly result in progress photos like this, so if you or someone you know is an addict this could become reality someday.

Once someone gets clean, the emotional and physical change in them is hard to believe. These people have been at their worst and are now at their best. If they can do it anyone can. Just because you are struggling doesnt mean it is not possible.

1. Once addicted to heroin and meth but is now free.

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2. Clean since 2016 and happier than ever.

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3. Sober since 2015 and moving on to better things.

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16:45

Could This New Material Mitigate The Climate Damage From The Global Air Conditioning Boom "IndyWatch Feed World"

A startup is pioneering an innovation that would keep air conditioning systems cool even as they work to regulate temperaturesa development that would greatly reduce the emissions they create.

Scientist Aaswatch Raman grew up traveling every summer from his home in Canada to visit his grandparents in Mumbai. In his memories, hes hanging out by their homes air conditioner, looking for respite from the hot and humid summers that did not exist in Canada.

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16:37

How the Postal Service Loses So Much Money "IndyWatch Feed World"

Lately, when he isnt trying to blame China on Americas competitiveness woes, President Donald Trump has become obsessed with the online retailer Amazon. While theres speculation that Trump is using the reins of government to carry out a personal grudge because Jeff Bezos, Amazon CEO, also owns The Washington Post, the more recent obsession is based on his belief that the United States Postal Service is subsidizing Amazons activity.

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16:31

Energetic Shift: The Recent New Moon Has Kicked us Into Something Spectacular "IndyWatch Feed World"

As you may know, on the night of April 15th there was a new moon, and this new moon brought with it something far more unexpected than we had originally assumed. For the next few weeks we are headed for a bumpy ride, so hang tight.

The energy this new moon brought with it is going to prepare us for the beginning stages of Saturns retrograde and in that aspect also tear us apart at the seams. If you have been wanting to make a difference in the life of someone close to you, now is the time to make that happen. Spend the determination this new moon has brought your way wisely.

Chances are, when you woke up this morning you were feeling quite a bit out of it. This new moon while a freeing and unique energy it is also an energy that can and will bring brain fog with it. All of your plans will no longer matter and only the things that align with your higher self-are going to be able to truly manifest.

Uranus being in conjunction with the sun during this new moon and the positions of the rest of the celestial bodies really did us a favor whether you realize it now or not in time everything will fall into place. As we make our way to the beginning of the retrograde of Saturn the bumpiness only gets worse. Saturn retrograde is all about Karma as I have mentioned before.

Im sure you are tired of hearing of all of these astrological events but keeping up with the energies before you will benefit you greatly. During the next few weeks, you will be reevaluating your relationships and taking time to make solid realistic plans that align with the universe in some of the best ways possible.

Figure out what makes you happy and stop blaming others for not being there for you. This experience is only going to make you stronger. You cannot fight off these energies, so letting them work their magic on you is basically all you can do. The more you fight the worse things will become.

Take your time and really get to know yourself and those around you. We are well on our way to something amazing and whether you want to accept it or not this change is going to be a great one.

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16:30

Amazon employees pee into bottles out of fear of being punished for taking bathroom breaks "IndyWatch Feed World"

Amazon may be owned by the world's richest man, but some employees at the company pee into bottles to avoid missing their targets by going to the toilet, says an author who went undercover at the firm's UK warehouse. According to James Bloodworth, who applied for a job at Amazon's warehouses in Staffordshire to complete his book on low wages in the UK, the workers "picking" products for delivery do not go to toilet, as it is too far away. "For those of us who worked on the top floor, the closest toilets were down four flights of stairs. People just peed in bottles because they lived in fear of being disciplined over 'idle time' and losing their jobs just because they needed the loo,"Bloodworth said, as quoted by the Sun. The e-commerce giant traditionally boasts of having its pick-and-package services done exceptionally fast. To stay in line with declared objectives, Amazon imposes strictly timed breaks and targets for its fulfilment center staff. The company reportedly issues warning points for those who don't meet their goals or take prolonged breaks.

16:28

Same-sex vulture couples youngster freed in Sardinia "IndyWatch Feed World"

This 16 April 2018 video shows how two young griffon vultures, raised in Artis zoo in Amsterdam in the Netherlands, are freed in Sardinia in Italy.

The young griffon vulture, raised in Artis zoo by same-sex parents, photo by Artis

Translated from Dutch NOS TV:

Artis frees two young griffon vultures in Sardinia

Today, 15:09

Artis Zoo has freed two young griffon vultures this weekend in Sardinia. One of the vultures became well-known last year because it was hatched and raised by an all-male same-sex couple. The other vulture is the chick of two vultures which were injured in the wild in Spain and could no longer be released.

The Amsterdam zoo is participating in a project that reintroduces griffon vultures into Sardinia. Their number there has declined since the 1970s because farmers put poisoned carcasses on their land to kill predators. As scavengers the griffon vultures also became victims of this.

Conservation

Meanwhile, the griffon vultures are doing better, bu...

16:23

Prominent Activist Take On The 24/7 Electricity Electoral Promises "IndyWatch Feed World"

Not only are some candidates electoral videos lacking in credibility but they are even lacking in creativity. Take a look at LOGIs awesome video on the proposed oil & gas draft laws and compare it to this one on the so-called 24/7 electricity plans.

Creativity aside, prominent environmental activist and the founder and president of T.E.R.R.E. Liban Paul Abi Rached tackled some of the electoral promises regarding a 24/7 electricity plan, specifically the ones related to building damns and hydroelectric power plants.

I recommend you check out the videos but to sum things up briefly, it doesnt seem like the electricity crisis is going to end anytime soon.

16:21

Not in my name: List of emergency No War with Syria protests in the US "IndyWatch Feed World"

Below is a list of local emergency actions compiled by Women's March on the Pentagon in response to US military aggression on Syria. If you are planning or attending an action that is not listed below, please email us to submit your event. US wars of aggression must end now! Click on the location to find the Facebook event pages for each action.

16:20

T-Mobile inserted fake ring tones in hundreds of millions of non-connecting calls "IndyWatch Feed World"

The Federal Communications Commission said today T-Mobile will pay a $40 million fine for failing to connect rural phone calls, and for inserting fake ring tones in the calls. The FCC initiated an investigation after receiving complaints from T-Mobile callers who were unable to reach parties served by three rural carriers in Wisconsin.  The complaints

The Federal Communications Commission said today T-Mobile will pay a $40 million fine for failing to connect rural phone calls, and for inserting fake ring tones in the calls. The FCC initiated an investigation after receiving complaints from T-Mobile callers who were unable to reach parties served by three rural carriers in Wisconsin.  The complaints kept coming in after T-Mobile said it had resolved the problem. Then similar complaints about T-Mobile service came in from other rural areas.

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16:12

Putin Warns Of Global Chaos If West Hits Syria Again "IndyWatch Feed World"

Shortly after US Ambassador Nikki Haley revealed that Russia would be slapped with a third round of sanctions on Monday for enabling the Syrian governments use of chemical weapons in civil war, Russian President Vladimir Putin said that further attacks on Syria by Western forces, in violation of the U.N. Charter, would send international relations into chaos.

In a telephone conversation with his Iranian counterpart, Hassan Rouhani, Putin and Rouhani agreed that the Western strikes had damaged the chances of achieving a political resolution in the seven-year Syria conflict, according to a Kremlin statement. Reuters

The US-led strike was denounced by Putin as an act of aggression, and a war crime by Irans Supreme leader Ayatollah Khamenei.

Vladimir Putin, in particular, stressed that if such actions committed in violation of the U.N. Charter continue, then it will inevitably lead to chaos in international relations, the Kremlin statement said.

The United States, France and Britain launched over 103 missiles on Saturday night at three Syrian facilities in retaliation for a suspected poison gas attack in the city of Douma seven days prior. While the West has conclusively blamed the Assad government for the attack, serious questions have arisen over everything from Assads motive, the type of nerve agent used, to the credibility of the first responders an NGO known as the White Helmets who have a reputation for staging evidence.

France cited social media posts and YouTube evidence as justification for their participation in the strikes.

The French services analysed the testimonies, photos and videos that spontaneously appeared on specialized websites, in the press and on social media in the hours and days following the attack.

Testimonies obtained by the French services were also analys...

16:11

Challenging neoliberal hegemony: Lies, damned lies, and neocolonialism "IndyWatch Feed World"

If we don't start challenging neoliberal hegemony soon, the non-West will eventually have little choice but to challenge it for themselves, writes Ben King. There are numerous ways in which consent is manufactured within the neoliberal development regime. I've witnessed donors insist that an NGO remove 'ranty language' from a report, despite being direct quotes from 'recipients.' I've seen practitioners struggle daily to comply with filtering out anything relating to LGBT rights, so as to continue working with certain partners. I've seen good people vilified by right-wing tabloids for their personal activism, and subsequently let go by institutions too cowed to fight back. The response by practitioners and their bosses is always a variation on 'If we don't do this, we won't get any more funding, and we won't be able to do the good that we can do.' The sad truth is that they are right. In my previous article, I showed the stark difference between how the regime promotes its global impact and the reality that is neocolonial empire. In this second part, I want to highlight how the reliance on, and abuse of, quantitative methodologies has helped to reinforce the belief that neocolonialism is a moral and positive tool for human development. It's a problem apparent from top to bottom: from the overarching, long-term strategy of the sector as a whole, to the thousands of individual papers and policy briefs produced annually.

16:11

Long-Term Ammunition Storage 101 "IndyWatch Feed World"

(SurvivalSullivan) If you are anything like I was about a decade back, all you needed to know about ammunition storage was ammo could survive the trip from your shopping cart to the checkout, and from the checkout to the range.

Ammunition had a short life as far as I was concerned, destined to be bought and promptly consumed in the chamber of a gun. I lived in Florida at the time, a very gun friendly state, and with ranges and gun shops on every corner, ammo practically grew on trees. Yep, planted right next to the oranges. You dont need to stash what you can never run out of. After all, you can just buy more.

The Great Ammunition Famine

Those days of plentiful supply came to an abrupt halt around 2007. As is customary, political posturing on the topic of gun and ammo regulation leading up to the presidential election led to rushes on purchasing, and rushes led to panicked hoarding.

The subsequent election of the 44th President of the United States applied further pressure to already straining industries, and all throughout the next 8 years in America there were terrible scarcities of guns and ammunition.

The reserve of many popular cartridges dried up seemingly overnight. Some, like .380ACP and .22LR, would take many years before they would consistently return to store shelves. My care-free attitude and hubris cost me: I had signed up for a pistol class, and the date was rapidly approaching.

I scoured my city, and surrounding counties, desperately trying to gather enough ammo to attend. I did, barely, by begging off my better prepared friends, and finally assembling a mish-mash of brands, bullet types and weights. They all had different POIs, some were more reliable in my pistol, others less.

I completed the class, and didnt wind up looking like a stooge. I learned a lot on the range, but my biggest lesson was one of preparedness: stock up on ammo, buy it cheap and stack it deep. I started to imagine a scenario where the outcome was not merely wasted money, or reduced training repetitions.

What if I needed that ammo for serious social purposes? What if I had a friend or relative that needed a bunch of ammo in a hurry? Would I be able to endure a crisis with my ammo on hand? Would I have enough to be the good friend one could count on? No, no I would not.

 

Storage: For a Rainy Day

If you are preparing for any occurrence of widespread societal unrest, collapse or regional disaster, you probably have a decent stash of ammo laid up all ready. Maybe,...

16:05

STRIKES HAVE BEEN LAUNCHED! "IndyWatch Feed World"

In this video, Jason Bermas breaks down the madness happening globally right now. Strikes have been launched.

You can watch this video on DTube here.

The post STRIKES HAVE BEEN LAUNCHED! appeared first on We Are Change.

16:05

Following Fresh US Sanctions over Syria Ties, Putin Warns Of Global Chaos If West Hits Syria Again "IndyWatch Feed World"

Shortly after U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley revealed that Russia would be slapped with a third round of sanctions on Monday for enabling the Syrian governments use of chemical weapons in civil war, Russian President Vladimir Putin said that further attacks on Syria by Western forces, in violation of the U.N. Charter, would send international relations into chaos.

In a telephone conversation with his Iranian counterpart, Hassan Rouhani, Putin and Rouhani agreed that the Western strikes had damaged the chances of achieving a political resolution in the seven-year Syria conflict, according to a Kremlin statement. Reuters

The U.S.-led strike was denounced by Putin as an act of aggression, and a war crime by Irans Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei.

Vladimir Putin, in particular, stressed that if such actions committed in violation of the U.N. Charter continue, then it will inevitably lead to chaos in international relations, the Kremlin statement said.

The United States, France and Britain launched over 103 missiles on Saturday night at three Syrian facilities in retaliation for a suspected poison gas attack in the city of Douma seven days prior. While the West has conclusively blamed the Assad government for the attack, serious questions have arisen over everything from Assads motive, the type of nerve agent used, to the credibility of the first responders an NGO known as the White Helmets who have a reputation for staging evidence.

France cited social media posts and YouTube evidence as justification for their participation in the strikes.

The French services analysed the testimonies, photos and videos that spontaneously appeared on specialized websites, in the press and on social media in the hours and days following the attack.

Testimonies obtained by the French services were also analysed. After examining the videos and images of victims published online, they were able to conclude with a high degree of confidence that the vast majority are recent and not fabricated. The spontaneous circulation of these images across all social networks confirms that they were not video montages or recycled images. Lastly, some of the entities that published t...

16:02

"Kabuki Warfare" "IndyWatch Feed World"

"Kabuki Warfare"
by James Howard Kunstler

"When this chapter of US history is finally written, it will look like a deep dive into a vat of lentil soup. In Syria Friday night, we came, we saw, and we slung 103 cruise missiles into largely symbolic targets, including a supposed chemical weapons plant just outside Damascus, and some other places where we were not likely to kill Russian military personnel. The Russians apparently decided to just suck it up, knowing that the civil war in Syria is nearly over. Then what?

Will the US tolerate what has effectively become a Russian client state in the Levant, with some Iranian sprinkles on top? The Saudi Arab...

16:02

7 Brilliant Insights From Noam Chomsky on American Empire "IndyWatch Feed World"

Noam Chomsky is an expert on many matters linguistics, how our economy functions and propaganda, among others. One area where his wisdom especially shines through is in articulating the structure and functioning of the American empire. Chomsky has been speaking and publishing on the topic since the 60s. Below are seven powerful quotes on the evils, atrocities and ironies of the American empire taken from his personal site and from a fan-curated Web site dedicated to collecting Chomskys observations.

1. [In early 2007] there was a new rash of articles and headlines on the front page about the Chinese military build-up. The Pentagon claimed that China had increased its offensive military capacity with 400 missiles, which could be nuclear armed. Then we had a debate about whether that proves China is trying to conquer the world or the numbers are wrong, or something. Just a little footnote. How many offensive nuclear armed missiles does the United States have? Well, it turns out to be 10,000. China may now have maybe 400, if you believe the hawks. That proves that they are trying to conquer the world.

It turns out, if you read the international press closely, that the reason China is building up its military capacity is not only because of U.S. aggressiveness all over the place, but the fact that the United States has improved its targeting capacities so it can now destroy missile sites in a much more sophisticated fashion wherever they are, even if they are mobile. So who is trying to conquer the world? Well, obviously the Chinese because since we own it, they are trying to conquer it. Its all too easy to continue with this indefinitely. Just pick your topic. Its a good exercise to try. This simple principle, we own the world, is sufficient to explain a lot of the discussion about foreign affairs. from We Own the World January 1, 2008.

2. Could we stop the militarization of space? It certainly looks like we could. The reason is that the U.S. is alone, literally alone, in pressing for it. The entire world is opposed, because theyre scared, mainly. The U.S. is way ahead. If other countries are not willing to even dream of full-spectrum dominance and world control, theyre way too far behind; they will react, undoubtedly. But theyd like to cut it off. And there are several treaties, which are in fact already in place, that are supported literally by the entire world and that the U.S. is trying to overturn. One is the Outer Space Treaty of 1967, which bans placing weapons in outer space. Everyone signed it, including the United States....

16:01

How to Innovate to Succeed on the Spiritual Path in 4 Steps "IndyWatch Feed World"

April 17th, 2018 By Open Contributing writer for Wake Up World Distortions are a natural aspect of the soul, and each distorted behaviour offers a doorway into more aligned behaviour, unleashing a stronger flow of soul into your life. There can be nothing like awakening to your deeper spirituality. To know that you are an interconnected part of []

16:00

Data Shows Trump Tax Cuts Did Not Raise Wages, Instead Went to Corporate Executives "IndyWatch Feed World"

Once again, President Trump touted the supposed benefits of the new tax law at an April 12 ceremony in the Rose Garden. Our massive tax cuts are growing paychecks all over our country [and] creating jobs and expanding the American dream just like we said would happen, he said, in a surprisingly disciplined statement.

This declaration a popular one among the right-wing is patently false, as a recently launched Trump Tax Cut Truths website from the Americans for Tax Fairness (ATF) shows.

ATF analysts compiled data on the 1,000 largest U.S. firms, as well as smaller companies that have announced bonuses or wage hikes. What they found is that only 4 percent of American workers are receiving a bonus or raise in the wake of this tax bill. The annual tax cuts these corporations are estimated to enjoy amount to nearly $61 billion nine times more than the total bonuses and wage increases theyve given their workers.

The firms that have neglected to give out any benefits to their workers, what ATF calls the Corporate Cheapskates, include some of the countrys largest, such as Amazon, Google parent company Alphabet, and Berkshire Hathaway. Within the top 500 U.S. corporations, just 65 have announced wage hikes or bonuses. This means the overwhelming majority of companies, big and small, did nothing to help workers out after the passage of this bill that is, according to the President, growing paychecks all over the country.

So what are these companies up to instead of helping their workers? The Americans for Tax Fairness tracker allows you to find out how specific firms are responding to the massive windfall theyre receiving thanks to the Trump-GOP tax bill.

Many companies are using their tax savings for massive stock buybacks. In fact, the amount theyre spending on buybacks is 37 times as much as theyre handing out in bonuses and raises. By artificially increasing share values, such buybacks reward shareholders and executives who receive stock-based pay. According to ATF, for example:

  • Pepsi announced a $15 billion stock buyback program earlier this year
  • Wells Fargo is going to buy back $22.5 billion worth of stock
  • Lowes announced a $5 billion buyback

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15:55

While China Picks Winners, Trump Picks Losers "IndyWatch Feed World"

Its nonsense that theres a beautiful free market in the power industry, Energy Secretary Rick Perry said last week as he pushed for a government bailout of coal-fired power plants.

Republicans who for years have voted against subsidies for solar and wind power arguing that the free market should decide our energy future are now eager to have government subsidize coal.

Trumps Environmental Protection Agency is also scrapping rules for disposing coal ash, giving coal producers another big helping hand. As if this werent enough, a former coal lobbyist has just become Number Two at the EPA. If Scott Pruitt leaves (a growing possibility), the coal lobbyist will be in charge.

Meanwhile, Trump is imposing a 30 percent tariff on solar panels from China, thereby boosting their cost to American homeowners and utilities. The Trumpsters say this is because China is subsidizing solar.

To Trump and his merry band of climate-change deniers, boosting coal is fine. Helping solar is an unwarranted interference in the free market.

As with so much else, Trump is determined to Take America Backwards Again.

Until about a decade ago, the United States was the world leader in solar energy. Federal tax credits along with state renewable electricity standards helped fuel the boom.

Then China decided to boost its own solar industry. State-controlled banks lent Chinese solar companies tens of billions of dollars at low interest rates.

Chinese firms now produce three-quarters of the worlds solar panels.

Chinas success in solar has inspired Chinas new high-tech industrial policy a $300 billion plan to boost Chinas position in other cutting-edge industries, called Made in China 2025.

Besides subsidizing these industries, China is also telling foreign (usually American) companies seeking to sell in China that they must make their gadgets in China. As a practical matter this often means American firms must disclose and share their technology with Chinese firms.

We have a tremendous intellectual property theft situation going on, said Trump, just before upping the ante and threatening China with $100 billion of tariffs.

Chinas theft of intellectual property is troublesome, but the larger issue of Chinas industrial policy is not. The United States has an industrial policy, too. We just dont do it well and Trump is intent on doing it far worse.

The United States government used to incubate new technologies through the Defense Department, allocating billions of dollars to R&D that spilled over into commercial uses.

Out of this came the Internet, new materials technologies, and solar cells that helped propel the United States into...

15:49

You Wont Believe What We Saw In Zimbabwe "IndyWatch Feed World"

In this video, Luke gives you the latest breaking news in Harare, Zimbabwe, with Jeff Berwick of The Dollar Vigilante. We cover the white farmers, bitcoin cryptocurrency community, the soft coup against Mugabe, the real social economic situation on the ground, hyperinflation, the run on the banks and so much more.

You can watch this video on DTube here.

For more from Jeff check out https://www.youtube.com/user/TheDollarVigilante

The post You Wont Believe What We Saw In Zimbabwe appeared first on We Are Change.

15:46

Benjamin Fulford Report (Excerpt): "Revolution May Start" -- April 16, 2018 "IndyWatch Feed World"

Weekly Geo-political News and Analysis

Revolution may start in France as crazy Zionists try yet again to start WW3

By Benjamin Fulford, White Dragon Society
2018-04-16



The insane religious-fanatic Zionists who have been trying for years to start Armageddon have failed yet again in their latest attempt, this time in Syria. They now face serious repercussions, possibly starting with a revolution in France.

Before we get into the details, lets remember what it is were dealing with here. It is difficult for sane, reality-based people to understand that the Western political and financial establishment has been hijacked by religious fanatics who are trying to carry out their interpretation of Biblical prophecy with the murder of 90% of humanity and the enslavement of the survivors. Nonetheless, overwhelming evidence shows this is exactly what is going on.

We will not lay out, yet again, all the evidence here; we will just look at what U.S. President Donald Trumps son-in-law Jared Kushner has been up to. The Kushner family bought a building on 666 Fifth Avenue in New York at way above market prices.

https://www.nytimes.com/2018/04/06/nyregion/kushners-vornado-666-fifth-avenue.html

And yes, despite a major attempt to scrub this information from non-conspiracy websites, we can confirm that Lucent Technologies was based there and was developing an implantable RFID chip. Here is an article from a science magazine about what these chips are intended for:

https://www.popsci.com/my-boring-...

15:43

Irrespective of popular notions modern Germany appears to be weary and cautious of war "IndyWatch Feed World"

We cannot declare Russia, the country and its people, to be an enemy German president

We cannot declare Russia, the country and its people, to be an enemy German president
German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier called for ending the demonization of Russia and its people on Sunday. He added that Germany should do more to help de-escalate tensions, given his countrys unique history with Russia.

Steinmeier warned that the US-led airstrikes in Syria in the early hours of Saturday morning raised the risk of direct confrontation between US and Russian forces operating in the Syrian theater. Relations between the US and Russia have hit a post-Cold War low after the attack, which followed the alleged chemical weapons attack in Douma, Syria, last week. The Syrian regime has denied allegations that it gassed its own people, particularly in an area where, and a time when, its forces were on the brink of total victory.

We are at the next step of escalation in the Russian-American relationship, Steinmeier told BildRegardless of (Russian President Vladimir) Putin, we cannot declare Russia as a whole, the country and its people, to be an enemy, he said. Our history speaks against it, and there is too much at stake.

Even before the alleged Douma gas attack, Russo-Western relations were tense in the aftermath of the poisoning of Sergei and Yulia Skripal in Salisbury, England, on March 4. The UK prime minister declared it was highly likely that Russia was behind the poisoning, citing a lack of plausible alternative explanation and the purported Soviet origin of the chemical agent used. For its part, Moscow has vehemently denied any involvement in the poisoning and decried the total lack of transparency in the case. Russian Ambassador to the UK Alexander Yakovenko said it was possible that Londo...

15:42

The War in Syria was a US Intervention Since Day 1 "IndyWatch Feed World"

By Tony Cartalucci In the aftermath of US-led missile strikes on Syria, the Western media has attempted to continue building the case for US intervention....

15:42

Bernie Sanders Rouses Progressive Candidates With Call to Fight Democratic and Republican Establishment "IndyWatch Feed World"

WASHINGTON  Sen. Bernie Sanders, Ind-Vt., roused a crowd of hundreds of progressives running for political officefrom county board to Congresswith a call to fight back against the political establishments of both parties.

When we have the least-qualified president in our history and right-wing extremists in governors chairs, our job is to stand up, to fight back, to bring our brothers and sisters and friends and neighbors into the political process by providing hope, he declared. It is to transform America.

Sanders keynoted the opening all-day session on April 12 of a 4-day D.C. conference and training for prospective candidates, organized by the Progressive Change Campaign Committee. Some 450 hopefuls, more than half of them women, 18 percent of them unionists, 40 percent people of color, and 20 percent LGBTQ, signed up.

And the union count doesnt include those, such as two female county board hopefuls from Will County, Ill., and a congressional candidate from Nevada, whose fathers and grandfathers were unionists, or a third Will County candidate whose doctoral thesis was on how German and Irish immigrants created Chicagos unions.

Most attendees are first-time hopefuls, motivated by either disgust at the GOP-run Congress and President Donald Trump, duplication of the right-wing agenda at the state and local levels, or local issues the hopefuls said veteran politicians dont address, such as criminal justice reform, good roads, infrastructure, child care, and well-paying jobs.

In one example, Christina McNeil of Boise, Idaho, running for an open GOP-held House seat, was motivated to jump into the race when incumbent GOP Rep. Raul Labrador looked me right in the eye at a town hall and told me No one ever dies because they dont have access to health care, after she questioned his opposition to the Affordable Care Act. Labrador is now running for governor.

The crowd greeted her description of that Q-&-A with groans. Studies by Harvard Medical School calculate health insurers denial of payments for needed treatments cause 45,000 deaths yearly.

Methods covered in conference workshops included how to get your name out, branding, and having a coherent message; when and how to talk with the media (or not); recruiting and signing top campaign staffers; success on social media (some hopefuls have never used it); recruiting and mobilizing volunteers; and, of necessity, how to raise money.

Sanders was greeted with a roar, repeated chants of Bernie! Bernie! Bernie! and interrupted frequently by applause and cheersand occasional laughter for his jibes at the GOP, centrist Democrats, and political consultants. He also stated money is useful and needed, but that its no substitute for shoe leather.

Watch out f...

15:42

French President Claims He Convinced Trump To Stay In Syria For The Long Term "IndyWatch Feed World"

French President Emmanuel Macron has claimed that it he who convinced Donald Trump not to pull US troops out of Syria and instead commit for the long term. According to Macron it was also his [...]

15:40

(Video) X22 Report Episode 1545 -- What you See and Hear is Not What is Happening, Troop Withdrawal on Track "IndyWatch Feed World"



Published on Apr 14, 2018

The push to WWIII is not in the works, the plan is to bring the troops home and to stop the deep state in Syria and Iran. Just like North Korea, Iran has deep state rogue elements in their country pushing for war. The patriots orchestrated this entire thing to get the deep state to make a move and to trap the clowns. Russia was warned through back channels which in turn warned the Syrian government. All people and assets were removed from certain targets. The real target was not mentioned and that was the clown operation in Syria. The strike group is on its way and this is just the beginning, Iran is next and once that is accomplished troop withdrawal will begin. According to Q all of this is suppose to be completed by Nov 11, 2018

15:40

Jihadist expert warns Europe to stop accepting refugees, mass-immigration leading to civil war "IndyWatch Feed World"

Palestinian-Belgian jihad expert Montasser AlDe'emeh has issued a serious warning to Europe. In Dutch newspaper De Telegraaf, he states that Europe is essentially importing a civil war by admitting refugees. AlDe'emeh believes that Europe's politicians are nave when it comes to mass-immigration, Islam and failed integration. He advises halting the influx of refugees, stating that Western Europe is "importing a civil war", adding that "we first have to know what we need to do with the people who are already here".

15:39

Wellness Programs for Seniors to Include Virtual Reality When VR Side Effects Include Balance Issues, Behavioral Changes, Headaches and Sore Eyes. "IndyWatch Feed World"

By B.N. Frank Getting old has never been for sissies.  Todays seniors are also experiencing a world thats become addicted to technology.  Now Virtual Reality...

15:35

Hawaii floods, mudslides destroy homes and close roads "IndyWatch Feed World"

Mudslides and flooding triggered by heavy rain spread damage and shut down roads in Hawaii over the weekend. At least two homes were torn from their foundations in Kauai, HawaiiNewsNow.com reports. Officials say the houses appeared to be empty at the time of the incident. Dozens more homes were reported flooded or otherwise damaged. Roadways had to be closed due to flooding and debris, the Honolulu Star-Advertiser reports. Friday, officials shut down Kalanianaole Highway because of flooding that left vehicles stranded in over a foot of water.

15:35

Corbett & Edmonds Call Out Nauseating Russia Worship in Alt Media "IndyWatch Feed World"

 

Refreshing to hear some others in the alt-media disgusted with the nauseating Putin/Russia worship.

It's pretty simple. The Western media broadcasts little criticism of its own governments and their allies, Russian media does the same. What don't you understand? If I want to learn about Russian crimes I won't go to RT, if I want to learn about US crimes I won't go to CNN. This is pretty basic. The west and russia actually have some common narratives. For example RT shills pretty hard for the WW2 victor narrative. And Putin recently passed holocaust denial laws in russia.

15:30

How AR And VR Could Help Get Humans To Mars "IndyWatch Feed World"

Today Lockheed Martin rolls out its MAIA digital ecosystem, which combines machine learning with AR/VR to provide more self-reliance to manned space missions.

Having your vehicle break down when youre far from home can be inconvenient and at times alarming, but not usually an insurmountable problem. Having it break down when youre more than 100 million miles from home can be disastrous.

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15:25

The US, UK and France Strike Syria What Comes Next? "IndyWatch Feed World"

The arguments between Secretary of Defense James Mattis and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Joseph Dunford before the Syrian air strikes, and between them and President Donald Trump and his ultra-hawk national security adviser, John Bolton, ended with precision strikes early Saturday morning in Damascus and near the city of Homs.

Some 103 tomahawks and other cruise missiles were launched from U.S. Navy vessels and British and American warplanes. Seventy-one of these were claimed by the Russian Ministry of Defense to have been shot down by Syrian air defense batteries. The more modern and effective Russian-manned S400 systems at their Tartus naval base and Khmeimim air base were not brought into play.

There was material damage to some Syrian military storage facilities and particularly to a research center, which the U.S.-led coalition claimed was used for fabrication of chemical weapons.

The damage of the Syrian Scientific Research Center which was attacked by U.S., British and French military strikes in Barzeh, near Damascus, Syria, April 14, 2018. Russia's military said Syrian air defense units downed 71 out of 103 cruise missiles launched by the U.S. and its allies. (SANA via AP)

The damage of the Syrian Scientific Research Center which was attacked by U.S., British and French military strikes in Barzeh, near Damascus, Syria, April 14, 2018. Russias military said Syrian air defense units downed 71 out of 103 cruise missiles launched by the U.S. and its allies. (SANA via AP)

Employees at the site said they were producing antidotes to snake venom, not chemical weapons. No deaths were reported and only six people were injured. The targets were all well clear of known positions of Russian and Iranian personnel in Syria. And while the Pentagon denied Russia had been told the targets, theres speculation that the missiles flight paths had been made known to Moscow.

 

Mission Accom...

15:24

(Video) What the Media Won't Tell you about Syria "IndyWatch Feed World"



Published on Apr 7, 2017

Do you think the Syrian chemical attack was a false flag?

15:22

(Video) Big Brother Watch: SERCO Owns the World "IndyWatch Feed World"



Published on Oct 16, 2012

Abby Martin takes a look at the biggest company you've never heard of, SERCO.

15:21

Trump, Putin, Chabad-Lubavitch, Third Temple & The Antichrist "IndyWatch Feed World"

 

Dr. Kevin Barrett and Prof. Tony Hall discuss about the Organised Crime Diplomacy, Trump and Putin ties to the Russian Jewish Mafia, which is headed by the Chabad-Lubavitch Mobsters. These religious Jews dressed in black seems to be the most powerful people on the earth. They have taken over one nation after another and you just don't want to cross their path. You can see their pictures of them with every president and prime minister and they have got offices in every country. It is very clear to see on their website, they list them all. These people act with impunity and it is just unbelievable. I won't be surprised if these people have links to the world which is beyond our normal observation. These people have links to the invisible world. These people are heavenly involved in black magic or dark magic and maintain links for the evil purposes. 
News stories and their source links: 

Trump and the Kosher Nostra

1. Russian Mafia the Trump Connection to Russia? ...

15:21

Just what our beaches and parks needmore Dominos pizza boxes "IndyWatch Feed World"

If youve ever dreamed of getting a Dominos pizza delivered while you admire the James Brown statue in Augusta, Georgia, youre in luck. The company announced today that customers can now order pizza online for delivery to more than 150,000 new delivery hotspots, which include U.S. parks, beaches, public pools, and other destinations that do

If youve ever dreamed of getting a Dominos pizza delivered while you admire the James Brown statue in Augusta, Georgia, youre in luck. The company announced today that customers can now order pizza online for delivery to more than 150,000 new delivery hotspots, which include U.S. parks, beaches, public pools, and other destinations that do not have traditional addresses, like the aforementioned James Brown statue.

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15:21

(Video) Freedom Philosophy -- The Feeling Mystic "IndyWatch Feed World"



Published on Apr 7, 2018

The spiritualist looks to gain knowledge through feeling. The thinker gains knowledge by establishing concepts. How does this compare?

This video is step #50 in The Philosophy Of Freedom Study Course called the Steps To freedom. The challenge for Step #50 is to observe an object and notice the thoughts and feelings that arise. To what extent are you passive or active when you experience a feeling? To what extent are you passive or active when you establish concepts?

15:15

Love And Compassion Will Save Us When AI Takes Our Jobs "IndyWatch Feed World"

But only if we figure out a way to adequately compensate jobslike teachers and caretakersthat require these traits.

As artificial intelligence swiftly creeps into the mainstream, it will take over jobs. A lot of them, mostly those that are repetitive and require not a lot of creativity. The first to go will be things like data analysis and retail operations, followed by more complex endeavors like driving.

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15:15

Laura Walker: Syria, Prophecy, and the Eris Point "IndyWatch Feed World"

SYRIA, PROPHECY, AND THE ERIS POINT

April 12, 2018



Laura Walker [On April 9th] Phoenix and I recorded a special audio discussing Syria, prophecy, the astrological timing involved, and the cabals intentions for the New Year (which begins in a few days on April 15). Many thanks to Phoenix and Liz for their extreme perseverance to get this posted during Mercurys retrograde (which was no easy feat!).

https://www.bitchute.com/video/wpamwu16qI5Q/

The Sun was discharging 21 Aries the Eris Point yesterday and Mars and the Black Moon, were/still are making conjunction alongside. The Sun squares Pluto today, so whatever develops will be interesting. Its epic.

I hope you find the report helpful as we move closer to a new energetic year. The Aries Sabian Symbols list is posted above if you would like to take a look in advance of the audio overview for the cycle.

The theme for the New Astrological Year is 27 Aries, through imagination, a lost opportunity is regained. Do you want a do-over, second chance, or a reboot? How might you fire up your imagination, in preparation? Pay attention to synchronicities of the heart things that call to your true essence. Spend some time gazing at the beauty of nature. Prime the field with the highest intentions of love and harmony. Then see what happens.

Its going to be a good year, wise owls! On with Second Renaissance!

SF Source Oracle Report Apr 2018

15:06

Second shark attack at Gracetown, Western Australia after 41-year-old man bitten "IndyWatch Feed World"

A second man has been attacked by a shark off Gracetown on Monday just hours after a surfer was mauled in the same area. Jason Longrass was bitten by a shark just hours after Alejandro Travaglini, a father of two from Margaret River, was attacked by a great white at Cobblestones surf break. Channel 9 reporter Michael Stamp told 6PR a the 41-year-old Denmark man was mauled at Lefthanders break about 2.40pm, just two kilometres south of the first attack. Mr Longrass said he had not realised the beach was closed, and said he saw a four-metre white pointer coming towards him. Paramedics were treating him at the beach for reported minor leg injuries.

15:01

Syrias Media Activists Soften Opposition to Foreign Intervention "IndyWatch Feed World"

Twitter user @jadinho123 has collected some of the most notorious examples of how the mainstream media and pro-militant media activists have lied about the war in Syria creating a pretext for the US-led military action against the countrys government.

Another widely-known victim of the Assad regime:

Staged scenes:

15:00

Googles New VR Tours Let You Experience Imperiled Cultural Sites Around The World "IndyWatch Feed World"

With photos and laser scans by preservation organization CyArk, Google provides virtual tours of places that may not last.

Riven by ethnic violence in recent years, Myanmar (aka Burma) is not a great place for tourists to visit. But a virtual trip to its stunning Buddhist temples is possible via a new project by high-tech cultural preservation organization CyArk. The Oakland-based nonprofit uses laser scans and extremely detailed photography to capture historic sites in exacting 3-D representation.

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Contribution of members of the scientific advisory board of Attac Germany (attac Deutschland) "IndyWatch Feed World"

16/04/2018 - We condemn the extension of the criminal war policies born by the USA, Great Britain and France on Syrian territory, carried out with the agreement of the German Chancellor The massive accusations by ...

14:56

NASA: Previously unknown asteroid has a near miss with Earth "IndyWatch Feed World"

We dodged a bullet today. It came within one half of the distance to the moon. I got this notice in email from NASA about a surprise asteroid that gave us only one day of warning passing halfway between the Earth and the moon. It was the largest known asteroid to ever pass that close to Earth in observational history. SURPRISE ASTEROID FLYBY: With little warning, on Sunday, April 15th, a "Tunguska-class" asteroid about the size of a football field flew through the Earth-Moon system. 2018 GE3 was discovered just the day before as it plunged inward from the asteroid belt. A quick-thinking amateur astronomer in Europe was able to record a video of the asteroid as it flew by.

14:56

(Video) Part II: LaVoy -- Dead Man Talking Trailer #2 "IndyWatch Feed World"



Published on Apr 13, 2018

The Center for Self Governance is an educational 501(3) organization. We teach Foundational & Applied Civics LIVE In-Person, LIVE On-line, or On-line Pre-recorded.

This documentary series showcases the epic 4 year battle for control between the Bundy & Finicum family and Local, State, and Federal Governing.

Part II: LaVoy - Dead Man Talking is coming May 2018! Stay tuned; follow us here and on Facebook for updates!

Copyright 2018 Center For Self Governance. All Rights Reserved.

More information:

www.CenterforSelfGoverance.org

14:54

Anna Von Reitz: Structure of the Original Government Being Restored Using the Example of the Republic of Texas "IndyWatch Feed World"

Sunday, April 15, 2018

Structure of the Original Government Being Restored Using the Example of The Republic of Texas



Source: Paul Stramer

From Anna Von Reitz

First, our Constitution guarantees us a republican form of government --- republican = Latin, feminine, adjective. This is the form of government provided by the county level local government occupying the soil jurisdiction and is create when (and only when) people claim their birthright political status and join together to create a County Jural Assembly. Please note that our right to peaceably assemble is one of the guarantees of all three Constitutions.

So, that means people need to be claiming back their Good Names and Estates and returning --- or, the fancy legal term for the same thing---re-conveying your Trade Name to its natural permanent domicile on land and soil of Texas or another American state so that you can lawfully act as an Elector and Juror in an American Common Law Court and are lawfully enabled to exercise your right to peaceably assemble and create a County Jural Assembly.

Once you have your County Jural Assembly formed, and a minimum of 26 qualified jurors in your jury pool you can engage in a lawful election process 30 day Public Notice of Nominations Meeting, closing of nominations, 30 day Public Notice of Election time and place, secure secret paper balloting, election of County Sheriff, Justice(s) of the Peace, Bailiff, Court Clerk, and Coroner.

READ THE ENTIRE ARTICLE HERE:

http://annavonreitz.com/structure.pdf

14:52

FIFTY8 Interviews Marina Jacobi -- Be the Vibration of Change "IndyWatch Feed World"

Source: FIFTY8



FIFTY8 Interviews Marina Jacobi / PART V Be the Vibration of Change

https://youtu.be/XZob1rMFV9g



I talk to Marina Jacobi, an intuitive channel and energy philanthropist. She has direct communication with higher consciousness beings such as the Council of 9, 11 Dimensional Beings, RA, the Pleiadians and an ancient race called The Letorians.

Marina explains how The Quantum Protocol is the Quantum Alchemy of Creation. If you want to be the vibration of change, you have to take action and choose how the new structures will come. Pulling out of the monetary system is scary but by giving and implementing the new structures we can build the new reality. The ones at the front line must lead by example to hold the frequency of change and the New Earth.

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14:47

Comey Doesnt Like Trumpworld, but He Helped Create It "IndyWatch Feed World"

In former FBI director James Comeys interview with ABC News, he attempted to position himself as an upholder of the rule of law, of the constitution, and even of the truth.

Human beings are very good at forgetting their own misdeeds and building narratives that justify themselves, which may even be desirable evolutionarily. But the particular shape of Comeys amnesia is troubling because of what it means for American democracy.

Comey has been a central figure in the gutting of the fourth amendment of the Constitution and in attempts to make sure the FBI and the rest of the US government can break your encryption and spy on you illegally. It is true that Comey did not want to go as far in that direction as former vice president Dick Cheney, but he wanted to go so far as nevertheless to make the constitution meaningless and to make Americans vulnerable to hacking. You see, the tech companies cannot create backdoors for the FBI without creating backdoors for Russian troll farms in St Petersburg.

Am I saying Comey did it to himself? I am saying Comey did it to himself. And to the rest of us.

Comey condemned Edward Snowden for his revelations about illegal government collection of Americans data from telephone calls. Even that was misdirection because Snowdens more important revelation was that the NSA has individual-level tools to monitor emails. But even the telephone metadata issue is grave, since it would tell you to whom Warren Buffet is speaking, potentially allowing manipulation of the stock market; it would tell you if a politician is seeing a specialist in venereal diseases, allowing you to blackmail him.

And apparently Comey and others corrupted the entire US judicial system by illegally requisitioning telephone metadata to zero in on drug sellers, then notifying local police to arrest them and lie to the judge about how the police began their evidence trail. 100,000 of the inmates in our vast penitentiary gulag are guilty of no more than selling some pot, which most of us dont even think should be illegal, and many were put there by unconstitutional government surveillance which then concealed itself from the judiciary. Far from standing for the constitution or the truth, Comey dramatically undermined both. Comey has bequeathed these unconstitutional tactics to the weaselly and wholly unscrupulous Jeff Sessions, who is having his minions use them against DACA dreamers and Black Lives Matter.

Comey watch...

14:38

Syria missile strikes: based on what evidence? "IndyWatch Feed World"

Syria missile strikes: based on what evidence?

Based on what constitutional authority?

By Jon Rappoport

Lets see, US Deep State actors from intelligence agencies, the Pentagon, and the Department of State, along with US allies, played a MAJOR role in creating, funding, supplying, and sustaining ISIS, while purportedly doing everything possible to destroy ISIS. Read More

14:38

Teacher for 17 years couldn't read or write "IndyWatch Feed World"

John Corcoran grew up in New Mexico in the US during the 1940s and 50s. One of six siblings, he graduated from high school, went on to university, and became a teacher in the 1960s - a job he held for 17 years. But, as he explains here, he hid an extraordinary secret. When I was a child I was told by my parents that I was a winner, and for the first six years of my life I believed what my parents had told me. I was late in talking, but I went off to school with high hopes of learning to read like my sisters, and for the first year things were fine because there weren't many demands on us other than standing in the right line, sitting down, keeping our mouths shut and going to the bathroom on time.

14:26

Colombia: Floods kill a dozen people and displace 1,000 "IndyWatch Feed World"

Marquez instructed all municipal and regional administrations to activate contingency plans and prepare for possible preventive evacuations. Flooding from persistent rains have claimed the lives of 12 people in Colombia and displaced more than 1,000, EFE has reported. Director general of the National Unit for Risk Management, Carlos Ivan Marquez Perez, told reporters that "flood alerts (have been issued) in the sectors surrounding the Magdalena, Cauca and Atrato rivers." Marquez has instructed all municipal and regional administrations to activate contingency plans and prepare for possible preventive evacuations. "Do not let your guard down, you always have to maintain prevention and care mechanisms," he warned. He added that Narino, Choco, Cauca, Valle del Cauca, Antioquia, Santanderes, Boyac, Cundinamarca and the zone of the Coffee Axis, are currently under flood watch following heavy rains on Saturday. The rainy season in Colombia usually lasts until June.

14:25

NASA-SpaceX live: Heres how to watch the planet-hunting TESS satellite launch "IndyWatch Feed World"

NASA is on the hunt for new planets, and with luck, that journey will begin today. The NASA-funded, MIT-designed Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) is hitching a ride on a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. The launch is expected to take place today at 6:32 p.m. ET. When TESS

NASA is on the hunt for new planets, and with luck, that journey will begin today. The NASA-funded, MIT-designed Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) is hitching a ride on a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida.

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14:22

Brennan goes off the rails again, lashes out at Trump in Twitter screed "IndyWatch Feed World"

In response to a tweet by Donald Trump calling James Comey a "proven LEAKER & LIAR," who "leaked CLASSIFIED information, for which he should be prosecuted," former Obama CIA director John Brennan fired back - writing that Trump's "kakistocracy is collapsing after its lamentable journey." A kakistocracy is a form of government in which the least qualified person is in power. Brennan could have simply used an Idiocracy reference like a normal person, but then we wouldn't know how smart he is.

14:21

Global outrage mounts over Israeli murder of Palestinian journalist Yaser Murtaja "IndyWatch Feed World"

The killing by an Israeli sniper of Palestinian journalist Yaser Murtaja last Friday at the Gaza fence, even as Murtaja wore a PRESS flak jacket, is drawing international outrage. Not as much outrage as it should draw, to be sure. But it is mounting, and Israel is on the defensive in countless venues. The New York Times has editorialized sternly about Murtaja's killing, the General Federation of Arab Journalists wants the case prosecuted at the International Criminal Court, and the AFP is reporting that Murtaja was detained and beaten by Hamas just three years ago, in a thorough rebuke to the Israeli government's claim that Murtaja was a Hamas officer. The Federation of Arab Journalists will ask "the International Criminal Court to prosecute Israel and demand the Palestinian Authority institute a lawsuit at the court" for the shootings of six journalists last Friday, according to a statement from the group. Following "an extraordinary meeting at its Cairo headquarters," the Arab journalists blasted the world's complacence about the attacks.

14:15

Women Who Watched The X-Files Pursued More Careers In STEM "IndyWatch Feed World"

The phenomenon has been known as The Scully Effectnamed after Gillian Andersons character Dana Scullyand the Geena Davis Institute proved its real.

When The X-Files premiered in 1993, FBI agent and medical doctor Dana Scully was unlike any other woman on television. Scully, played by Gillian Anderson, was equal to, and not just the sidekick of, Fox Mulder (David Duchovny). She was sharp, resilient, fiercely intelligent, and working a career that most women hadnt seen themselves in onscreen.

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14:13

Israeli Air Force vet warns escalation over Syria could lead to major conflict "IndyWatch Feed World"

Even though the continued escalation of tensions over the situation in Syria is unlikely to spiral into a full-scale world war, it can still lead to a major regional conflict, Reuven Ben-Shalom, an Israeli Air Force veteran, said. The conflict in Syria remains a source of a major international security concerns as "global powers are at play" there, and some regional actors, such as Israel, who also pursue their own aims in this situation, Ben-Shalom, an Israeli Lieutenant Colonel in Reserve and a columnist for the Jerusalem Post, told RT's Oksana Boyko.

14:11

Corey Goode Update: New Briefings, Mass Arrest Updates, Syria Attacks Hitting Cabal Targets, Military Tribunals "IndyWatch Feed World"



Corey Goode Update | New Briefings, Mass Arrest Updates, Syria Attacks Hitting Cabal Targets, Military Tribunals

04/15/2018

Source: Stillness in the Storm

(Corey Goode) UPDATE: We are finally starting to hear a lot of chatter and are starting to receive a number of briefings after a period of running silent.

Original Source Sphere Being Alliance Facebook

by Corey Goode, April 15th, 2018

We went through a period of weeks where I was told that the Alliance was operational. There were operators from Marine and Army Special Forces that were picking up leaders of MS13 (& foreign intelligence operatives connected) and sending some of them to GITMO in Cuba.

I was told there have been a number of other operations throughout the world by these same US Special Forces Teams. Quite a lot of very disturbing information is poised to be released in the coming weeks and months. I was told to be careful of intel coming in during this recent blackout period due to ongoing operations.

The Alliance was searching for leakers and traitors within their ranks and pulled a few old tricks to identify them. I was told it worked. They release info through different sources that is slightly different and track the leaker by the difference in the Intel Report being circulated.

This means that during that time I should not report what I heard as some of it was disinfo to root out leakers in a counterintelligence operation.

We are also told that elements within both the US and Russian Governments are trying to foment a World War as a distraction...

14:10

Boris Johnson Warns UK Must Prepare For Russian Retaliation "IndyWatch Feed World"

Britains Foreign Secretary has warned that the UK must take every possible precaution to  protect itself from Russian retaliation following the recent US-UK-French airstrikes on Syria. Boris Johnson made the remarks in an interview with [...]

14:09

Holy Spirituality within Pine Cone: Immortal Love Existence "IndyWatch Feed World"

Wild Balkans - Dance of the starlings

https://youtu.be/xVaSiF2JVqQ



There is a Heavenly level of brilliance, where pure white Holy Spirit innocent children Light Packets form violet mountain ranges. These light packet children mountain ranges break away, as Heavenly responsive children, and fly right through dead parents until a few children light packets drop down at this level of Mortality to form families. Dead parents dim down, and lighten up as well as can be, until at the past instant within Immortal Love existence parents dim down enough the, very children vibrations, that fall down to this Mortal family level altogether, as the, very Karma vibration to mirror-double this death paradigm, until what light dimmed down their Karmic vibration, that brings dead parents down here together.

There is a Mortal Mountain level here, that reflects this process upside down, as a sort of forgiveness fountain on top of every dead parent child enlightening existence level from Heaven together, so here we Mortals have everything backwards, as if dead parents in Heaven are the ones who own children, while no dead parent from the existence pool of enlightening Immortal Love can, ever escape Karmic Light Packet children from Delight Bonding Communion flying through dead parents to, even appear here altogether, already forming from inside Pineal Portal Creative Intelligent Life Immortal Love existence Brilliance.

Dead Parents dont have Mortal children down here, but the opposite is true; Light Packet children fly right through dead parents from the Immortal Life Love-level of enlightening existence violet mountain ranges, that represent Immortal Love Life in the required absence of Mortal family Mother Mafia Money Motive creation-evil where dead parents, already have become the dimming Source, that keep on bringing Karmic Child Light Packets down to their non-existence Mortal Child dimming level. Child Light Packets come from living Immortal Love existence in Heaven and, so do dead parents come from living Immortal Love existence in Heaven with them too.

This dimming level of Brilliance reflects Heavenly fountains of Light Packet children, but upside down Mortal mountains seem as heavy as the ba...

14:03

Jeremy Corbyn says the UK needs 'War Powers Act' after legally questionable Syria strike "IndyWatch Feed World"

The British opposition leader said his country needs the war powers act to limit government's control over military interventions. After questioning the joint U.S., U.K. and French airstrikes against Syrian government structures, British opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn said he will push for a "war powers act" that would require the British government to seek approval from parliament for any future military actions. In an interview with the BBC Sunday, Corbyn, the leader of the Labour Party in the United Kingdom, reiterated his argument that the U.K. strikes lacked legal basis and an authorization from the United Nations.

14:00

3 Mistakes Youre Making When You Give Constructive Feedback "IndyWatch Feed World"

When it comes to giving constructive feedback, there is a fine line between helpful and condescending. To avoid crossing that line, stay away from these phrases.

Dishing out constructive criticism isnt quite as tough as being on the receiving end of it. But, lets face itproviding that feedback can still present some challenges.

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13:59

Argentina: Did a 'werewolf' savage two dogs or was it a hoax? "IndyWatch Feed World"

Horrifying footage has emerged of a mysterious creature that has reportedly terrorised a neighbourhood. The unknown animal is said to roam the streets at night and is not shy of confrontation. According to local media reports in Santa Fe, Argentina, the creature has attacked two dogs. They say the large animal killed a German Shepherd and Pitbull before disappearing. But one resident apparently managed to snap a quick pic of the beast.

13:57

Yelp faces a dilemma as Philly Starbucks gets pummeled with one-star reviews "IndyWatch Feed World"

In the wake of a viral video in which two black men were seen being arrested at a Philadelphia Starbucks as they waited for a friend, the coffee giant is facing fierce criticism and calls for a company-wide boycott. The incident has sparked accusations of racial profiling, and Starbucks itself has deemed it a reprehensible event, with

In the wake of a viral video in which two black men were seen being arrested at a Philadelphia Starbucks as they waited for a friend, the coffee giant is facing fierce criticism and calls for a company-wide boycott.

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13:45

This Olympian Is Helping JetBlue Define The Future Of Travel And Hospitality "IndyWatch Feed World"

Bonny Simi has achieved a long list of life goalsbeing a pilot and to be an Olympian among them. Now, shes running JetBlue Technology Ventures, a first-of-its-kind in the travel and hospitality industry investment arm.

When Bonny Simi was 14, wearing overalls and T-shirts and living in a tiny Southern California mountain town, her life was transformed one day in high school by a guest speaker who preached the virtue of setting life goals.

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13:45

ITNJ: Pedophilia Enabled by Professional Secrecy "IndyWatch Feed World"

Carine Hutsebaut

Psychotherapist and Criminologist and author on child sex abusers and child murderers. Frequent Expert Witness and profiler for ministries of justice across Europe. Founder of the International Center for Molested and Abducted/Adopted Children. Author of the book, Child Hunters: Requiem of a Childkiller (Xlibris, 2011). Member of the Academy of Behavioral Profiling. Multiple movies have been made on the basis of her work.

White Paper in full text below the fold.

  1. The Eternal Umbrella called: Professional Secret

It is obvious that we cannot do without Professional Secret in some ways. It is unthinkable a suspect is warned by the openly investigation leading to his/her arrest.

When used appropriate it even is not a problem for society. But when the Professional Secret is used to hide things the population is not supposed to find out, there is a huge problem. And that is what we see time over time again. It is not acceptable for several raisons:

  • Parents, family and society are entitled to know what investigators are doing in cases of disappearances, murder or rape of a loved one. Whether it is a child or an adult. As soon as the family has been excluded from the suspect list, they need to be included in the investigation teams. Because they know how their loved ones are and how they react to events, the police does not. Too often we see that the family is considered as a nuisance, the enemy, and that is not exceptable. We PAY them to do their job, so we are entitled to be informed.
  • In many (proven) cases we can see after years that the police did nothing at all. Sometimes the files contain only one paper: the reporting of the disappearance by the family or loved ones.
  • The secrecy also hides blunders, unprofessional behavior, refusal to investigate imporant leads, refusal to question suspects and downright ignorance on behalve of those who are supposed to know how to lead an investigation.
  • Sometimes the secrecy covers up the blockages to hide pressure from above. Pressure to burry an investigation where important people are involved. We have numerous examples of those cases worldwide. Especially in networks and even more where the crimes are used to blackmail interesting people.
  1. The 5......

13:39

Protesters Gather Across The US To Condemn Syria Airstrikes "IndyWatch Feed World"

Anti-war protesters have again held demonstrations across several US cities to condemn the US-led airstrikes on Syria, where the government is fighting foreign-backed terrorists. There were protests in New York City, Atlanta, Minneapolis, Chicago, Oakland [...]

13:39

Starbucks apologizes for calling police on two black men for not ordering anything, men were cuffed and arrested "IndyWatch Feed World"

Following accusations of racial profiling, the CEO of Starbucks has promised to personally meet two men arrested at one of the coffee giant's stores for a "face-to-face apology." Kevin Johnson, who has been in the top job a year, apologized on Sunday after two men were reportedly escorted from a Starbucks caf by police in Philadelphia. According to eyewitness Melissa DePino, who filmed the incident at the Spruce Street store last week, Starbucks staff called police on two black men waiting at a table for a friend without ordering. "The police were called because these men hadn't ordered anything. They were waiting for a friend to show up, who did as they were taken out in handcuffs for doing nothing," she posted online. "All the other white people are wondering why it's never happened to us when we do the same thing."

13:30

We Need Bigger Cities, But We Also Need Unique Cities "IndyWatch Feed World"

If you dont want processed food, why do you want processed cities? asks architect Vishaan Chakrabarti.

Think of the pedestrian bridges of Venice, or the steep, tiled streets of the favelas in Rio de Janeiro. Or the winding back alleys of Hong Kong, and the intricate apartment buildings of Paris.

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13:30

Rebecca Campbell: Trump Administration Closed Down 73% of Online Sex Trafficking with One Move "IndyWatch Feed World"

Rebecca Campbell

PedoGate Indictment Unsealed 73% Of Suspected Child Trafficking Reports Involved Backpage And The Trump Administration Shut Them Down

The fact that NCMEC reported that 73% of the suspected child trafficking reports it receives from the public involved Backpage, highlights the sheer scope of what the Trump administration has just done in one year, to eradicate child sex trafficking by doing exactly as promised and putting the power of federal government behind the effort.

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13:30

Hailstones of the size of cricket balls damage hundreds of houses in Meghalaya, India "IndyWatch Feed World"

Hailstones of the size of cricket balls accompanied by heavy rain and thunder damaged hundreds of Assam-type houses at Shangpung, Nangbah and the adjoining areas in West Jaintia Hills on Sunday afternoon. Around seven hundred houses were damaged in Shangpung alone. Sources informed that the incident occurred around 2 pm. Rain accompanied by small hailstones also affected the Seng Khihlang Lympung at Sabahmuswang, Thadlaskein as most of the faithful had to take shelter either under a tree or inside their vehicle.

13:28

Sexual Crimes by Psychiatrists 37 Times Greater than Rapes in General Community "IndyWatch Feed World"

Psychiatrist molest children

Victims of therapist sexual abuse encouraged to speak out during National Sexual Assault Awareness Month

by CCHR International
The Mental Health Industry Watchdog
April 4, 2018

READ MORE AT HEALTH IMPACT NEWS

With studies showing an average of 6 to 10 percent of psychiatrists and psychologists sexually abusing their patients, including children as young as three, Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR) is encouraging victims of such abuse to contact it and speak out.[1]

Coinciding with April being Sexual Assault Awareness Month, CCHR also launched a petition calling for uniform laws to prosecute sexual harassment and assault of mental health patients, calling the problem catastrophic. Read More

13:16

Over 1,500 houses damaged, crops devastated as hailstorms hit northern Vietnam "IndyWatch Feed World"

The storms have left many without a roof over their heads and destroyed crops that were ready for harvest. Hailstorms and strong winds hit Vietnam's northern mountainous region on Saturday evening, damaging houses and destroying crops. In the northeastern province of Bac Kan, authorities said that over 1,000 houses had been damaged in an hour-long hailstorm that bombarded three districts with hailstones of up to three centimeters (1.2 inches) in diameter, the size of a grape, according to local media.

13:08

Lightning strikes kill 10 people and 12 cattle across Karnataka, India "IndyWatch Feed World"

Ten people were killed and six injured in lightning strikes in separate incidents in Yadgir, Raichur and Vijayapura districts on Sunday. The lightning strikes also killed 12 cattle in Yadgir. Many parts of North Karnataka and Hyderabad received rainfall coupled with thunderstorms. Hailstorms were also reported from many places. Yadgir district alone reported death of six people due to lightning. In Halgera village, 35-year-old Kumar and Murgesh (30) died on the spot when lightning hit them. Four people who were with the victims suffered injuries and have been admitted to a government hospital in Yadgir.

13:04

Solanges New Art Installation Is Also A Pretty Amazing Uniqlo Ad "IndyWatch Feed World"

The Grammy award-winning artists Metatronia exhibit in Los Angeles is actually a collaboration with Uniqlo and agency Droga5 London.

On Saturday, Solange helped Beyonc explode the social media sphere by crashing her big sisters Coachella set for an epic dance-off. But it was the day before that she launched a much quieter, and perhaps unexpected piece of work.

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13:00

Benjamin Fulford: Revolution may start in France as crazy Zionists try yet again to start WW3 "IndyWatch Feed World"

By Benjamin Fulford

The insane religious-fanatic Zionists who have been trying for years to start Armageddon have failed yet again in their latest attempt, this time in Syria.  They now face serious repercussions, possibly starting with a revolution in France.

Before we get into the details, lets remember what it is were dealing with here.  It is difficult for sane, reality-based people to understand that the Western political and financial establishment has been hijacked by religious fanatics who are trying to carry out their interpretation of Biblical prophecy with the murder of 90% of humanity and the enslavement of the survivors.  Nonetheless, overwhelming evidence shows this is exactly what is going on.

We will not lay out, yet again, all the evidence here;  we will just look at what U.S. President Donald Trumps son-in-law Jared Kushner has been up to.  The Kushner family bought a building on 666 Fifth Avenue in New York at way above market prices.
https://www.nytimes.com/2018/04/06/nyregion/kushners-vornado-666-fifth-avenue.html

And yes, despite a major attempt to scrub this information from non-conspiracy websites, we can confirm that Lucent Technologies was based there and was developing an implantable RFID chip.  Here is an article from a science magazine about what these chips are intended for:
https://www.popsci.com/my-boring-cyborg-implant

We must also remind ourselves that Kushner is a member of the radical Chabad sect that aims to have 2,800 slaves for each of its followers after the rest of humanity is killed.  In other words, it is possible to factually confirm that the son-in-law of the president of the United States is part of a group that is trying to actually turn the following Biblical prophecy into reality:

Revelation 13:16-18
Also it causes all, both small and great, both rich and poor, both free and slave, to be marked on the right hand or t...

13:00

Universal Basic Assets Could Be The Foundation To Build An Equitable Society "IndyWatch Feed World"

We can generate much more income for society if we hold more assetslike natural resources, carbon tax payments, or a sovereign wealth fundin common, and used it to fund programs like a universal basic income.

Work isnt the universal provider it used to be. It pays some people decent wages and benefits. But, these days, it leaves a lot of people short of what they need to earn. For example, only 15% of retail workers nationwide make a living wage, according to Just Capital, a corporate responsibility research firm. Many new jobs are either temporary or offered on a contract basis, not full time, meaning they dont provide the middle-class security that traditionally came with a job.

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13:00

Everyone In My Office Is 30 Years Younger Than Me "IndyWatch Feed World"

As SYPartners senior adviser and entrepreneur-in-residence, Sherri Leopard, 62, is often the oldest person in the room, and she explains why thats a plus.

Sherri Leopard has experienced being unique many times in her career. During her early professional life as a marketing consultant in technology, Leopard found herself in projects where she would be the only female member, as well as the youngest. Having grown up in a lower-middle-class household, she also found herself at odds with many of her privileged friends who graduated from elite colleges. Yet she persevered and thrived, building and running a marketing consultancy with blue-chip clients such as IBM, SAP, Siemens, and Motorola. In 2006, she sold her consultancy, Leopard, to advertising giant WPP. Leopard became a wholly-owned subsidiary of Ogilvy & Mather.

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13:00

Study Shows Cognitive Gains from Meditation Training Maintained Seven Years Later "IndyWatch Feed World"

Study Shows Cognitive Gains from Meditation Training Maintained Seven Years Later

By Josh Richardson

Gains in the ability to sustain attention developed through intensive meditation training are maintained up to seven years later, according to a new study published in the Journal of Cognitive Enhancement.

Regular meditation effectively supports mental, emotional and physical health in numerous tangible ways. Several previous studies have supported the hypothesis that meditation training improves practitioners emotional regulation. Meditation training programs can have measurable effects on how the brain functions even when someone is not actively meditating, especially in areas related to pain.

In building upon this strong body of evidence, researchers are continuing to deepen our understanding of the profound and inspirational benefits of regular meditation practice in everyday life

The study based on the Shamatha Project, is a major investigation of the cognitive, psychological and biological effects of meditation led by researchers at the University of California, Davis, Center for Mind and Brain.

This study is the first to offer evidence that intensive and continued meditation practice is associated with enduring improvements in sustained attention and response inhibition, with the potential to alter longitudinal trajectories of cognitive change across a persons life, said first author Anthony Zanesco, postdoctoral researcher at the University of Miami, who began work on the project before starting his Ph.D. program in psychology at UC Davis. The project is led by Clifford Saron, research scientist at the UC Davis Center for Mind and Brain, in collaboration with a large group of researchers.

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12:53

With Ready Player One, Steven Spielberg has become the first $10 billion filmmaker "IndyWatch Feed World"

If it shouldnt seem unusual that Steven Spielbergs latest hit, Ready Player One, has made nearly half a billion dollars worldwide in three weeks. Spielberg is a famously crowd-pleasing filmmaker, and RPO has been rabidly anticipated since the director became attached to the project, an adaptation of the international bestselling book. What makes this development interesting,

If it shouldnt seem unusual that Steven Spielbergs latest hit, Ready Player One, has made nearly half a billion dollars worldwide in three weeks. Spielberg is a famously crowd-pleasing filmmaker, and RPO has been rabidly anticipated since the director became attached to the project, an adaptation of the international bestselling book. What makes this development interesting, however, is that Ready Player One has pushed Spielberg into a unique distinction among all directors: his films have now collectively grossed over $10 billion. The tracking site Box Office Mojo breaks down how each of the directors films have fared financially, with Ready Player One currently paling next to Spielbergs greatest hit, Jurassic Park, which made nearly a billion worldwide all by itself. While the achievement is indeed impressive, Michael Bay currently sits roughly three Transformers flicks away from becoming the second filmmaker to hit $10 billion, with his current tally of $6.4 billion.

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12:43

Lightning bolt kills 31 sheep on farm in Logan County, Kentucky "IndyWatch Feed World"

Crist Byler is a retired truck driver and now a sheep farmer in Logan County. Byler spends his Sunday afternoon on the farm- an average day at work as he tends to his sheep. "It's my livelihood, it's what I do," said Byler. On Saturday morning, he pulled up to the farm to take care of his sheep to find a horrible scene - one he certainly didn't expect. "This was all just covered in sheep right here. Dead," explained Byler as he shows the scene under the tree where the sheep once laid.

12:33

The Weaponization of Everyday Life "IndyWatch Feed World"

Guns. In a country with more than 300 million of them, a country thats recently been swept up in a round of protests over the endless killing sprees they permit, youd think I might have had more experience with them.

As it happens, Ive held a gun only once in my life. I even fired it. I was in perhaps tenth grade and enamored with an Eagle Scout who loved war reenactments. On weekends, he and his friends camped out, took off their watches to get into the spirit of the War of 1812, and dressed in homemade muslin underclothes and itchy uniforms. I was there just one weekend. Somehow my pacifist parents signed off on letting their daughter spend the day with war reenactors. Someone lent me a period gown, brown and itchy and ill-fitting. We women and girls spent an hour twisting black gunpowder into newspaper scraps. I joked that the newspaper was anachronistic the previous weeks Baltimore Sun  but no one laughed.

A man came by with a long gun, an antique, resting on the shoulder of his jerkin to collect our bullets and he must have read the gun terror written on my face.

Wanna give it a try? he asked.

Sure, I said, stumbling to my feet, pushing my gown out of the way, and trying to act like I didnt have broken-rifle patches, symbols of the pacifist War Resisters League, all over my real clothes. I felt a surge of adrenaline as I took the heavy weapon in my way-too-small hands. He showed me how to wrestle it into position, aim it, and fire. There were no bullets, just one of my twists of powder, but it made a terrifying noise. I shrieked and came close to dropping the weapon.

And there it was: the beginning, middle, and end of my love affair with guns less than a minute long. Still, my hands seemed to tingle for the rest of the afternoon and the smell of gunpowder lingered in my hair for days.

Got Guns?

One in four Americans now owns a gun or lives in a household with guns. So how strange that, on that day in the late 1980s, I saw a real gun for the first and last time. I grew up in inner city Baltimore. Ive worked at soup kitchens and homeless shelters all over the East Coast and stayed at dozens of Catholic Worker Houses around the country Providence, Camden, Syracuse, Detroit, Chicago, Los Angeles every one i...

12:30

Death by a thousand cuts: China's yuan-priced crude chips away at petrodollar "IndyWatch Feed World"

China finally launched last month its yuan-denominated crude oil futures that have been in the works for years, after several delays. The start of the new contract trading was successful, attracting interest from institutional and retail investors, and major commodity trading houses Glencore and Trafigura. Yet, it's too soon to call the less-than-a-month-old contract a total success, because it still faces a long road toward building reputation and history, analysts say. They have also identified the single biggest risk factor for western investors - the extent to which China could meddle with government regulation in the yuan crude futures, as Beijing is known for little tolerance toward wild price swings in its markets and has a history of intervening. This is also the conclusion of China's biggest crude oil supplier, OPEC. In its April Monthly Oil Market Report, the cartel - which accounts for close to 60 percent of China's crude oil imports - said that "the extent to which the INE contract is independent from government interference is currently the main risk factor facing western investors, which is in addition to a currency risk, given that the INE is settled in yuan." Comment: These same investors don't seem so concerned when it comes to the Western elites total control over the global economic system: How the international banking cartel controls the world through the U.S. military and economic sabotage

12:18

SOTT FOCUS: Reporter Exposes US, UK and French Government Lies About Syria "IndyWatch Feed World"

OAN News reporter, Pearson Sharp, is currently in Syria and was there during the cruise missile attack by the US, UK and France early last Friday morning.

12:12

Spring blizzard Xanto, snow in Morocco and Arctic ice recovers, media distracts "IndyWatch Feed World"

With all of the media distractions underway, you know that a look right while the real action is looking left, which would be blizzards across the US and Canadian grain belts that will prevent planting until mid May at best. Spring blizzard Xanto rolls across the land shattering snow and clod records, decimating anything that bloomed, sprouted, budded , emerged or started growing already this spring. The agricultural losses will be stupendous, and add o the fact that two more winter storms are on the way, uhmmmm I mean two more BLIZZARDS. Heavy snow in Morocco, Spain, France and thick hail in Italy will round it out. Sources

Adapt 2030 Ice Age Report: Spring blizzard Xanto, snow in Morocco and Arctic ice recovers, media distracts "IndyWatch Feed World"

With all of the media distractions underway, you know that a look right while the real action is looking left, which would be blizzards across the US and Canadian grain belts that will prevent planting until mid May at best. Spring blizzard Xanto rolls across the land shattering snow and clod records, decimating anything that bloomed, sprouted, budded , emerged or started growing already this spring. The agricultural losses will be stupendous, and add o the fact that two more winter storms are on the way, uhmmmm I mean two more BLIZZARDS. Heavy snow in Morocco, Spain, France and thick hail in Italy will round it out. Sources

12:08

'Climate change inequality' at the heart of the Commonwealth "IndyWatch Feed World"

The Commonwealths richer nations are shirking their responsibilities in fighting climate change, while the blocs poorer members are picking up the slack, says a new report.

12:06

Putin is a Chabad Lubavitch puppet "IndyWatch Feed World"

 

While RT and a lot of alternative news outlets portray Putin as some sort of savior, the reality is that he is just playing his role in the Jewish Babylonian messianic soap new world order. Instead of expelling jewish influence in his country after the fairly recent satanic mass slaughter of up to 80 million of his Russian brothers and sisters by jews after the "Bolshevik" revolution, Putin is calling for harder punishments for anti semitic expressions in Russia. He proposed to members of the European Jewish Congress, that Jews facing a rising tide of anti-Semitism and bigotry farther west should move to Russia, where he said they would be better accepted. Readers of the Jerusalem Post have chosen Putin as their person of the year.

See full video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ghNWU...

12:03

The Matrix Revealed: Why logic disappeared "IndyWatch Feed World"

by Jon Rappoport

April 15, 2018

Over the past year, Ive been in communication with several teachers who are telling me about the descent into more social programming in school classrooms. Read More

12:00

The Simple Equation Every Manager Needs To Build (Or Repair) Trust "IndyWatch Feed World"

A tech veteran whos worked at eBay, SurveyMonkey, and TaskRabbit explains how trust breaks down on startup teamsand what it takes to fix it.

Anne Raimondi was stumped. Two people she managed werent getting along, and it was really impacting progress. In her private conversations with each of them, they had the same goals and wanted the same things. But in the room together, theyd disagree on everything. Theyd quibble over the smallest things, avoid spending time together, and jump to assuming the worst about each other, even though they were ultimately on the same team.

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11:59

SNL Understands Why Laura Ingraham Deserves Her Ad Boycott "IndyWatch Feed World"

Kate McKinnon plays Laura Ingraham on Saturday Night Live, and gets to the heart of why sponsors are fleeing her show.

What: A glimpse at how Laura Ingraham is doing since brands began to pull out of her show.

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11:56

Award shortlist for energy pioneers named "IndyWatch Feed World"

Twelve organisations on the frontline of sustainable energy in health, buildings, finance, energy access, mobility and business have been shortlisted for an international award.

11:51

Stream of viruses circling planet, trillions fall from the sky every day "IndyWatch Feed World"

High in the Sierra Nevada mountains of Spain, an international team of researchers set out four buckets to gather a shower of viruses falling from the sky. Scientists have surmised there is a stream of viruses circling the planet, above the planet's weather systems but below the level of airline travel. Very little is known about this realm, and that's why the number of deposited viruses stunned the team in Spain. Each day, they calculated, some 800 million viruses cascade onto every square meter of the planet. Most of the globe-trotting viruses are swept into the air by sea spray, and lesser numbers arrive in dust storms. "Unimpeded by friction with the surface of the Earth, you can travel great distances, and so intercontinental travel is quite easy for viruses", said Curtis Suttle, a marine virologist at the University of British Columbia. "It wouldn't be unusual to find things swept up in Africa being deposited in North America." The study by Dr. Suttle and his colleagues, published earlier this year in the International Society of Microbial Ecology Journal, was the first to count the number of viruses falling onto the planet. The research, though, is not designed to study influenza or other illnesses, but to get a better sense of the "virosphere," the world of viruses on the planet.

11:48

Syria, chemicals weapons and missile strikes: FAKE NEWS theater at its finest "IndyWatch Feed World"

READ MORE AT NATURAL NEWS

By now, you are aware that President Trump ordered a precision strike against Syrias so-called chemical weapon sites run by Assad. Read More

11:46

UK supermarket to introduce 'touch-free' packaging for those "scared of touching raw meat" "IndyWatch Feed World"

A supermarket is to introduce touch-free packaging to help millennials who are afraid to handle raw meat. Sainsbury's will be bringing in pouches that allows customers to place chicken pieces straight into a frying pan without having touch them. The supermarket chain said the plastic pouches were developed after consumers under the age of 35 said they didn't like to handle uncooked meat. Sainsbury's will be bringing in pouches that allows customers to place chicken pieces straight into a frying pan without having touch them Any prospect of having to be in contact with the raw produce left the millennials with high levels of anxiety, the store's survey showed.

11:33

The Poet: Stephen Levine, Half Life "IndyWatch Feed World"

Half Life

"We walk through half our life
as if it were a fever dream,
barely touching the ground,
our eyes half open,
our heart half closed.

Not half knowing who we are,
we watch the ghost of us drift
from room to room,
through friends and lovers
never quite as real as advertised.

Not saying half we mean
or meaning half we say,
we dream ourselves
from birth to birth
seeking some true self.

Until the fever breaks
and the heart can not abide
a moment longer
as the rest of us awakens,
summoned from the dream,
not half caring for anything but love."

~ Stephen Levine

11:30

Sardinia's mysterious annual "exorcism" ceremony "IndyWatch Feed World"

No one dares to speak as smoke from a massive bonfire billows and twirls into a thick haze in the remote mountain town of Mamoiada. Flaming logs crack open, echoing through central Sardinia's rugged massifs and twisting valleys, shooting sparks toward a solemn mass of spectators. We're huddled together on a piercingly cold January night, bracing for something wild in the darkness that's lurching ever closer. I peer through the smoke, searching for any signs of life beyond the glow of the blaze when I see several mothers suddenly pull their children in close. Just then, Ruggero Mameli, a lifelong Mamoiada resident who had invited me to come witness this event, whispers, "They're coming." Within seconds, a distant rattling sound shakes the night awake, building slowly with each heavy step until it erupts into a deafening clatter. The sea of spectators parts, I see them, and a chill runs up my spine. Twelve menacing figures in jet-black masks with jutting, ghoulish features and dark sheepskin tunics are inching toward me, weighed down by up to 65 pounds of cowbells strapped to their backs. Their hunched frames slowly drag forward in two rows, eyeing the crowd as they heave themselves into a series of synchronized convulsions that cause the sheep bones inside their copper bells to clang in a thunderous chorus.

11:29

Scientists Say EU's "Robot Bill Of Rights" Would Violate The Rights Of Humans "IndyWatch Feed World"

The decision by an influential EU Parliamentary Committee to approve whats been described by critics and proponents alike as a robot "bill of rights" back in January has ignited a fierce backlash and prompted a group of dozens of AI researchers to write a scathing letter criticizing the EU's approach to regulating robots.
In the open letter, 156 robotics and AI experts from 14 countries blasted the EU for trying to enforce "nonsensical" and "non-pragmatic" regulations that ultimately could violate people's rights.
Here's more from EuroNews:
In an open letter, more than 150 experts in robotics, artificial intelligence,...

11:23

John Oliver Explains Just Where Cardi Bs Tax Money (And Yours) Is Going "IndyWatch Feed World"

Everything you need to know about paying taxes (before April 17, dont forget!) in the wake of the recent tax bill.

What: An incisive look at who is paying how much in taxes, and where that money is going.

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11:23

FLASHBACK: Yemeni army spokesman: 'Saudi Arabia has used chemical and biological weapons in Ma'rib' "IndyWatch Feed World"

Yemeni Armed Forces Spokesman Brigadier General Sharaf Qaleb Luqman disclosed extensive use of chemical and biological weapons by Saudi-led forces in Yemen's Ma'rib province. "The coalition of Arab countries led by Saudi Arabia has used chemical and biological weapons in Ma'rib," Arab media outlets quoted General Luqman as saying on Tuesday. In early April, a senior Yemeni military official said that revolutionary fighters have confiscated a number of Saudi trucks carrying chemical substances for the terrorists running operations in the Muslim country. Yemeni Major General Khalid al-Barayemi said that the revolutionary forces found the chemical weapons in several Saudi trucks bound for areas under Saudi-backed ISIL and Al-Qaeda terrorists' control.

11:15

Project to exploit Afghanistans giant copper deposit languishes "IndyWatch Feed World"

Chinese plans to tap into Afghanistans copper wealth have stalled, leaving locals in the lurch.

11:06

Amazon's Alexa robot is in on the 'chemtrail conspiracy' "IndyWatch Feed World"

Alexa, the virtual home assistant developed by Amazon, seems to fall for conspiracy theories, or alternatively, she might have inadvertently blown the whistle on state authorities. Video footage has emerged showing Alexa responding to the question, "What is a chemtrail?" The robot replies that chemtrails "left by aircraft are actually chemical or biological agents deliberately sprayed at high altitudes for a purpose undisclosed to the general public by government officials." The video was uploaded to YouTube by user Matt Landman on April 8 and now boasts over 6,000 views. Comment: It was subsequently removed from Youtube, but you can see it on the video below.

11:04

"The War the Deep State Doesnt Want to Win "IndyWatch Feed World"

"The War the Deep State Doesnt Want to Win
by Bill Bonner

"Whew! Hold onto your restaurant reservationsyour bitcoin codesand your medical records; you might be able to use them after all. The Dow rose 293 points Friday as war fears declined.As you know, all of our wars are still of the mock varietyat least, so far
the war on poor people
the war on drug users
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11:03

Trudeau waves to fans on airport tarmac - except there's nobody there "IndyWatch Feed World"

There's nobody there Justin. As Justin Trudeau's poll numbers have fallen, he seems to be doubling down on the very things that have gotten him in trouble with Canadians. He's still obsessed with photo-ops, he's demonizing the opposition and Canadians who disagree with him more aggressively than ever, and his deceptions and lies are increasing in volume. Plus - even as the pipeline crisis swirls at home - Trudeau jetted off for another one of the foreign trips he loves so much. During that latest foreign trip (this time to Peru for the Summit of the Americas), Justin Trudeau took a moment to wave to the adoring crowds as he boarded his airplane. Trudeau often waves as he boards his airplane, and this time seemed no different.

11:00

TIDBIT: THE COLLAPSE OF THE SKRIPAL-SYRIA NARRATIVE "IndyWatch Feed World"

And there's this from Global Research News:
Poison Gas Weapon of Choice for False News

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11:00

SECDEF MATTIS: WHERES THE PROOF? "IndyWatch Feed World"

I'm old enough to remember the Cuban missile crisis. For those few days in 1962, the family dinner table was tense and the air

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10:58

3 killed as violent spring snowstorm blasts Midwest US "IndyWatch Feed World"

At least three people have been killed, including a sleeping two-year-old girl, as a violent spring storm has battered the Midwest with powerful winds and heavy snow. The storm front swept across the Midwest this weekend, leaving large swathes of the region blanketed in snow. The city of St. Paul in Minnesota was forced to declare a snow emergency, while nearby Minneapolis is predicted to receive more than 50 centimeters of snow by the time the storm passes through the region. Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport, which serves the two cities, was forced to cancel nearly 500 flights. Airport officials said the snow was falling too fast for plows to keep runways clear. Hundreds of crashes were reported across the state. Some 300 thousand houses were without electricity.

10:56

British workers against Trumps, Mays Syria war "IndyWatch Feed World"

Protesters gather outside Downing Steet in London on 13 April 2018 Friday evening to oppose war in Syria

From the World Socialist Web Site in Britain:

I feel repulsed and outraged about last nights attack on Syriait was completely unnecessary

UK workers oppose drive to war

By our reporters

16 April 2018

Reporters from the World Socialist Web Site spoke to workers and young people over the weekend on the military assault by the US, Britain and France on Syria.

At a lobby outside Prime Minister Theresa Mays official 10 Downing Street residence Friday evening, Jeff, a software engineer, said, Theres no certainty that the Syrian government is responsible for a chemical weapons attack.

You dont bomb another country because you disapprove of what they are doing. If you want to bomb countries because you disapprove of them, why is Yemen still going on? Why is the problem in Myanmar still going on?

We saw what happened last time in Libya. We saw what happened before that in Iraq. We have had enough of going to war based on intelligence that we never see. The...

10:16

US Tanks In Europe Get Invisible Futuristic Missile Shield To Counter Russian Threat "IndyWatch Feed World"

Back in March, we detailed how the United States Army M1 Abrams tank, an American third-generation main battle tank, was in the process of being upgraded with an invisible missile shield that will destroy all chemical energy anti-tank threats and other threats before reaching the vehicle. We even said, that Washington is preparing their main battle tank for the next evolution of hybrid wars.
 

Known as Trophy, this is the worlds first and only fully operational Active Protection System and Hostile Fire Detection System for armored vehicles. This cutting-edge technology will provide M1 Abrams tanks with 360-degree security from all threats, as advanced algorithms are continually detecting, locating, and neutralizing anti-tank threats on the battlefield.
We even noted that the Trophy system was tested thoroughly on select M1A2 tanks in Europe and the Middle East. With much of the testing classified, there were still several unanswered questions surrounding what region(s) of the world the upgrades would go.
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10:07

Facebook paid $7.3 million to protect Mark Zuckerberg last year "IndyWatch Feed World"

Thats twice as much as it cost the company for his security in the previous year, reports the Guardian. The increased costs were revealed in an SEC filing and were, in part at least, due to specific threats to his safety: Because of the high visibility of our company, our compensation & governance committee has

Thats twice as much as it cost the company for his security in the previous year, reports the Guardian. The increased costs were revealed in an SEC filing and were, in part at least, due to specific threats to his safety:

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10:00

What You Can Learn From 7 Of The Most Cringeworthy Job Interviews "IndyWatch Feed World"

These tales from the recruiting trenches can help job seekers know exactly what NOT to do on an interview.

Job interviews can set even the steadiest person on edge. The stakes are high and impressions take only minutes to form. One CareerBuilder survey found that as many as half of employers reported being able to size up a candidate within the first five minutes of an interview and determine whether theyd be a good fit for the job.

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10:00

Your C-Suite Is Way Too Crowded "IndyWatch Feed World"

This VC and three-time tech CEO says the modern alphabet soup of C-level titles threatens to slow down innovation.

This story reflects the views of this author, but not necessarily the editorial position of Fast Company.

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09:45

When it comes to content, licensed trumps original on Netflix, study finds "IndyWatch Feed World"

Netflix has been praised for its original contentand spends billions a year on making it. However, despite this, a new study from 7Park Data has found that in the U.S. 80% of the content viewed on Netflix is licensed and only 20% of the content viewed on the service is the companys own original content

Netflix has been praised for its original contentand spends billions a year on making it. However, despite this, a new study from 7Park Data has found that in the U.S. 80% of the content viewed on Netflix is licensed and only 20% of the content viewed on the service is the companys own original content (via Variety).

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09:42

'Were no longer targeting gay content', says Weibo "IndyWatch Feed World"

After a storm of critique following a ban on gay content, Weibo announces it will no longer specifically target cartoons, games, or videos relating to homosexuality.

09:33

China has set its rules for testing self-driving cars "IndyWatch Feed World"

Though major cities in China, including Beijing and Shanghai, have previously announced their own rules for testing self-driving cars, the country has decided to roll out self-driving car test rules nationally in an attempt to harmonize rules across the country, and to keep pace with the global rush to develop autonomous vehicles, reports Reuters. Chinas

Though major cities in China, including Beijing and Shanghai, have previously announced their own rules for testing self-driving cars, the country has decided to roll out self-driving car test rules nationally in an attempt to harmonize rules across the country, and to keep pace with the global rush to develop autonomous vehicles, reports Reuters. Chinas new rules for testing self-driving cars have three main components:

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09:32

"A Pity..." "IndyWatch Feed World"

"Greater love hath no man than this..."
A pity we humans are not as purely good as dogs...

09:21

"Above the Infinite Rest" "IndyWatch Feed World"

"Above the Infinite Rest" written by David Bergen.
Featured Painting: "Above the Infinite Rest" by Isaac Levitan, 1891.
Music track: "Surfing the Clouds" from the album "Empty Sky" by Deuter.

09:03

Bats and primates, video "IndyWatch Feed World"

This video says about itself:

Are Bats Flying Primates?

8 April 2018

Bats are absolutely incredible animals. Theyre highly unique creatures that possess the extraordinary ability of powered flight. Its long been thought that every bat species must have descended from a common ancestor but, during the 1980s, a very interesting and controversial idea about bat evolution came to prominence; the Flying Primate hypothesis.

09:00

Thousands Of Advertisers Shun Breitbart, But Amazon Remains "IndyWatch Feed World"

Sleeping Giants efforts to embarrass brands that appear on Breitbart have proven uncannily effective. Yet some key affiliate relationships remain in place.

Love Breitbart or hate it, its impossible to be neutral about the site. Openly espousing Islamophobia and anti-globalism while it toys with white nationalism, its unapologetic about its approach to news and opinion. Regardless of ones political stance and reaction to Breitbart, it seems like an odd place to find advertising from Amazon, a company that typically tries to avoid controversy.

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09:00

Putin: Actions similar to coalition strikes in Syria will lead to chaos in international relations "IndyWatch Feed World"

The strikes launched by the US and its allies against Syria have seriously damaged the Syrian peace process, Russian President Vladimir Putin said. If such actions continue, it would have grave consequences for the world, he said. "If such actions that are carried out in violation of the UN Charter continue that would inevitably lead to chaos in the international relations," the Kremlin said in a statement, citing the Russian leader. Putin made his statements during a phone conversation with his Iranian counterpart, Hassan Rouhani. The two leaders exchanged their views on the situation in Syria, following the massive missile strike launched by the US, the UK and France that targeted Syria's military and civilian infrastructure. Both presidents denounced the actions of the Western states by calling them an "illegal" act that was deleterious to the Syrian peace process.

09:00

Westworlds Cocreators On The Possibilities And Perils Of AI "IndyWatch Feed World"

Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy share what to expect in season two of the HBO hit.

When J.J. Abrams pitched screenwriter Jonathan Nolan (Interstellar, The Dark Knight) and producer Lisa Joy (Burn Notice) on the idea of adapting the 1973 sci-fiWestern flick Westworld for the small screen, Nolan demurred. But Joy (who is also married to Nolan) sold him on the potential emotional complexities in a futuristic show thats set in an Old Weststyle theme park where guests pay $40,000 a day to shoot up bad guys, bed damsels, and interact with a population of robotic hosts who are programmed to let them live out their fantasies, however perverse or violent. The series, which HBO launched in 2016 with a reported per-episode budget of between $8 million and $10 million, has been praised for its stunning visuals and epic scope. After a year-plus hiatus, the second season of Westworld debuts on April 22. Here, Nolan and Joy talk about the blurring of fact and fiction, the possibilities and perils of AI, and what its like to be married to your writing partner.

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09:00

Maat Ancient Egypts Most Important Religious Concept "IndyWatch Feed World"


In the end we have a codified code of conduct applying to all throughout society.  Any such code must compare favorably to any other such code unless you insist that the precepts of barbarism hold sway.  Thus it is certain that this was in the background of Judaism and Christianity.

Thus the contemplation of Maat had operated for at least 2000 years prior to our own religions.  how this applied to paganism is another question.  The nasty aspects of Baal come to mind, but there we remain mostly uninformed.

This is well worth recalling when reading other bodies of scripture.


Maat Ancient Egypts Most Important Religious Concept 

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A. Sutherland - AncientPages.com - Maat represented the most essential religious concept of the Egyptian view of the world. It was a concept of order of the world that the gods, pharaohs and ordinary people had to obey.

Maat was the Harmony or Law of the Universe. Lack of Maat and her departure meant an inevitable return to the original chaos (Nu) and the end of the known world.

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09:00

Watson Brake "IndyWatch Feed World"




 There are many such structures in the USA.  What this does is confirm that the earliest such facility dates exactly contemporaneous with the appearance of the European bronze Age and the sea borne traffic between Europe and North America one thousand years before the Great Pyramid and Stonehenge.

I actually expected this to be particularly confirmed in exactly this way.  again all this is part of the early Atlantean global culture itself which hit its maximal global distribution about a thousand years later.  Wherever they could they established cultural centers such as this to impress upon locals their cultural precepts and surely established trade factories as well..

It is also noteworthy that the cultural conceptualization then became the local meme to produce many such centers throughout the SE USA and culminated worldwide with permanent stone structures as well.

The interesting question is the actual homeland of all this global activity. 

 
Mysterious Watson Brake: Oldest Mound Complex In North America With Earthworks Raised For Unknown Purpose

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Ellen Lloyd - AncientPages.com - In northern Louisiana, North America there is a very interesting and mysterious ancient site known as Watson Brake. This ancient site challenges our knowledge about North American history as the mounds have been found to be the earliest known remnants of human construction in the New World.

 
Mounds At Watson Brake Were Raised By Complex Ancient Society

Located in the...

09:00

Qanon Syrian Smoke and Iran's road to Freedom "IndyWatch Feed World"


For the record, i am pretty sure that Q is Trump himself. Recalls that he sleeps only around four hours per night which means when he has to. Otherwise he is mentally engaged but also late in the evening he is is not under demands. This easily allows him to do q posts to his conspiratorium and read feedback. He also has spent years reading intel reports from his commercial suppliers who must be far better than the usual suspects outside of mil intel. The time frames fits him. It is often late at night and possibly from the situation room.

We have now been treated to a flash bang story over Syria all of which was telegraphed in fine detail to the world well ahead of the fireworks.  This is not war but mostly a deliberate distraction that allows naval forces to be concentrated in the Middle East.  If anything, Russia acts like they are in on the Gag and are hamming it up as well.

Recall that Assad disarmed his chemical stockpile over a year ago and that Russia guaranteed it.  Those buildings we just blew up would have been either empty or certainly decommissioned.  Thus this was a failsafe way to respond to a likely false flag event put on by the DEEP State.  At worst those buildings were evacuated and if something was actually going on then the culprits can never talk about it.

In the meantime it all provides excellent cover for placing a large force in position to open conversations with Iran.  A maximum event would see Qum assembly of Mullahs flash banged prior to regime change.  They are by nature terribly vulnerable to the USSS gravity ships.  Neutralization will open the door to free elections and a revised Constitution.

Of course a more modest demonstration and a guarantee of a long life may achieve the same results as with North Korea which is already a done deal.
Do you get the clear impression...

09:00

Is Legendary Norumbega In North America A Lost Viking Settlement? "IndyWatch Feed World"



   
Essentially this is the Hudson Valley that is claimed here as a territory that is Norse.  We expected as much and this map provides period confirmation.  Quite plausibly, the Mayfair landed well north along the coast in order to avoid this settlement.  After all you did have better choices in the form of this self same Hudson Valley which the Dutch set up a mere six years later.

Both powers were Protestant and the Dutch had the real navy at this point.  It took Henry VIII and a century of building to make the British navy strong enough to protect colonies and also oppose the Dutch and the Spanish.

Of course all this has been written out of our history books to avoid land claims.

The missing aspect of all this is that it was painfully easy for the Norse to simply join into the colony making enterprise by merely adjusting one's name and picking up the dialect.  By the by, just how the hell did those Pilgrims communicate with those 'Indians' at all?  Much too easily it seems.

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08:57

Jay Dyer FAKED ALASKA Stream Stories & Laydies Comedy Nite & Q N A & Impressionations "IndyWatch Feed World"

Note: The original stream had technical difficulties due to OBS updating. Above is the correct stream.

I am sick of serious streams!  Today I rested my soul with women comedians, all of whom suck. Join me dear chat as we steal Paula Poundstone and Lizz Winstead and Amy Shoomer jokes . Best comedian in the chat tonight will get a free signed famous person book from me!!!! Also I will unveil my Andy Warski impression for the first time!

Audio Here. 

Purchase my book Here.

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08:53

Oklahoma, other United States teachers fight for their rights "IndyWatch Feed World"

This video from the USA says about itself:

Oklahoma teachers and students speak out

Students and teachers speak on the impossible financial situation facing Oklahoma teachers, and the effect of budget cuts on the arts.

Kentucky teachers denounce [Republican party] governor for saying students were sexually assaulted due to walkout: here.

THE KENTUCKY GOVERNOR HAS APOLOGIZED After saying Fridays teacher strikes in the state would result in a child being sexually assaulted or ingesting poison. [HuffPost]

08:32

Russian reinforcements head for Syria: Warships laden with tanks, military trucks and armoured patrol boats sail towards the Middle East as the world awaits Putin's response to airstrikes "IndyWatch Feed World"

Russian reinforcements head for Syria: Warships laden with tanks, military trucks and armoured patrol boats sail towards the Middle East as the world awaits Putin's response to airstrikes | 15 April 2018 | Two Russian warships laden with military vehicles have been spotted en route to Syria after Friday's US-led airstrikes obliterated three suspected chemical weapons sites. An Alligator-landing ship was pictured cruising down The Bosphorus on Sunday as the world awaits Vladimir Putin's response to this week's co-ordinated military action against Syria. The vessel was spotted on its way to the Russian naval base at Tartus on the north Syrian coast. On its fourth deployment of Russian military equipment to the war-torn country the ship was seen laden with tanks, trucks, ambulances and an IED radar.

08:24

Lake Michigan pier briefly submerged during 'Great Lakes meteotsunami' "IndyWatch Feed World"

Photos taken by a Michigan photographer captured the dramatic rise of Lake Michigan near Ludington. MLive Meteorologist Mark Torregrossa reports that a quick rise in water level known as a seiche caused the lake to rise 13.9 inches in just 42 minutes around 12:30 p.m. on Friday, April 13. Photos captured by Ludington-based photographer Todd Reed provide evidence of just how dramatic the phenomenon also known as a "Great Lakes meteotsunami" was. Thunderstorm induced seiche causes Lake Michigan to rise over foot in less than hour Docks were damaged as the water level rose quickly. The first photo taken around the time of the seiche shows the Ludington North Breakwater almost completely covered by water. "The water was as high as (I) had seen since Nov. 10, 1975, the day the freighter Edmond Fitzgerald sank on Lake Superior. Water was also flooding the beach and the end of Ludington Avenue," Reed said in an email.

08:22

Elon Musk says humans are underrated after his robots slow Model 3 production "IndyWatch Feed World"

Tesla CEO Elon Musk has admitted to CBS News that the companys excessive embrace of automation in its factories has actually slowed down production. During a tour of Teslas Silicon Valley factory, CBS This Morning cohost Gayle King asked Musk if the automated robots the factory embraced has actually been one of the problems with

Tesla CEO Elon Musk has admitted to CBS News that the companys excessive embrace of automation in its factories has actually slowed down production. During a tour of Teslas Silicon Valley factory, CBS This Morning cohost Gayle King asked Musk if the automated robots the factory embraced has actually been one of the problems with the Model 3 not reaching its production targets. Musk replied, Yes, they did . . . We had this crazy, complex network of conveyor belts . . . and it was not working, so we got rid of that whole thing. The CEO later took to Twitter to expand on his comments:

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08:10

Bumble will now let users log in to their app without a Facebook account "IndyWatch Feed World"

The popular dating app is changing its login system on April 17 so its 30 million users can register or log in without needing to use their Facebook account, reports Wired. The move comes a week after Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg was grilled by Congress over the Cambridge Analytica data sharing scandal. Announcing the move,

The popular dating app is changing its login system on April 17 so its 30 million users can register or log in without needing to use their Facebook account, reports Wired. The move comes a week after Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg was grilled by Congress over the Cambridge Analytica data sharing scandal. Announcing the move, Louise Troen, Bumbles VP of international marketing and communications, said:

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07:57

Tesla batteries last longer than expected "IndyWatch Feed World"

A survey of over 350 Tesla car owners found that their autos battery is lasting longer than expected, reports Electrek. While Tesla cars saw their battery capacity drop by 5% after only 50,000 miles, the rate of battery capacity decline slowed dramatically after that first milestone. Most of the Tesla EVs in the survey had

A survey of over 350 Tesla car owners found that their autos battery is lasting longer than expected, reports Electrek. While Tesla cars saw their battery capacity drop by 5% after only 50,000 miles, the rate of battery capacity decline slowed dramatically after that first milestone. Most of the Tesla EVs in the survey had 90% battery capacity after 185,000 miles, according to their owners. And at 500,000 miles, most Teslas still had 80% of their battery capacity. Tesla doesnt list battery degradation performance for its Model S and Model X, but for its Model 3, Tesla advertises that the cars battery will retain 70% capacity after 120,000 miles. In other words, it seems that this is a very conservative estimate given the results of the survey of Tesla owners.

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07:33

Nikki Haley Seems to Be Saying the US Will Remain in Syria as Long as Iran Exists "IndyWatch Feed World"

So quick recap:

One year ago, the Trump administration transgressed establishment Washington orthodoxy by asserting that it was no longer pursuing regime change in Syria as a priority. Days later, there were contested reports of a sarin gas attack in Idlib province which killed dozens of civilians. This was immediately responded to by a missile strike on a Syrian airbasewithout any investigation. After the strike, UN Ambassador Nikki Haley was trotted out, saying that removal of Assad had just become a US priority.

Flash forward to this year.

Two weeks ago, Trump was openly talking about wanting to get US troops out of Syria like, very soon, as soon as 48 hours by some reports. As we all know, this was followed by another disputed report of a chemical attack on civilians, which was followed by another military strike on the Syrian government. And, just today, none other than Nikki Haley was trotted out to inform us that US troops will be staying in Syria for the foreseeable future.

Haley told Fox News Sundays Chris Wallace that there are now three criteria that need to be met before military withdrawal will even be considered:

  1. Ensuring that chemical weapons are not us...

07:32

Another stupid F****** war! Paul Joseph Watson "IndyWatch Feed World"

This video will make you feel better about thinking, in a world where being programmed seems easier.

07:19

Economic crisis, but not for banking fat cats "IndyWatch Feed World"

Bankers, cartoon

Dutch Van Lanschot bank proposes to increase the salary of its CEO Karl Guha by 20% to 1.5 million euros. The proposal for the three other top fat cats is a 25% increase to over a million.

The bank defends this, saying that at other Big Businesses fat cats get more than at Van Lanschot. However, Dutch NOS TV and daily De Volkskrant point out today that the corporations to which Van Lanschot compares itself to justify the pay rise are far bigger, with much more money and many more workers than Van Lanschot.

And I am not even talking about rank and file banking workers at Van Lanschot and elsewhere who get very small pay rises, not enough to keep up with inflation.

All this after the pay rise news at Unilever and ING bank multinational corporations.

Britain: Shareholders at 7 biggest outsourcing companies see dividends rise by two thirds: here.

The Directorate-General responsible for banking and financial regulation at the European Commission, DG FISMA, has a revolving door problem. One third of the people who occupied top positions in the DirectorateGeneral for Financial Stability, Financial Services and Capital Markets Union during the period 2008-2017 following the onset of the financial crisis either came from the financial industry or went there after their time at the Commission:...

07:08

Interest Expenditures Will Now Exceed Military Spending We are being Walled-In by our Own Debt "IndyWatch Feed World"

I have been warning for years at the World Economic Conferences that interest expenditures will reach the point that they will crowd out everything else. Well at last, as we enter 2019 and the War Cycle heats up, interest expenditures will now EXCEED even military spending. Welcome to the SOVEREIGN DEBT CRISIS. I have also stated for years that we elect people to run a government with absolutely NO QUALIFICATION whatsoever. There were people who want Oprah to run for President because she is (1) black and (2) a woman. This is the standard of expertise far too many people apply when it comes to politics. I have also made the analogy that this is like asking a cab driver to conduct open-heart-surgery on you because he smiles nice and holds a good conversation.

Historically, society has always gone through a major debt crisis. Perhaps that is why the Bible talked about a debt jubilee where debt is simply forgiven even 49/50 years. One question that jumps out at us is rather blunt. Does the Old Testament Debt Jubilee present a solution to our modern financial crisis? The mere fact that this is in the Bible suggests that there must have been major debt crisis even before the Bible. We do know that Hammurabis Law Code imposed regulation on interest. It also imposed Contract Law and required people to reduce agreements to writing that were witnessed. By implication, such a law must have meant that one person said he lent money and the other denied it. We have legal records that have survived from Babylon which even demonstrate they had an active futures market where people bo...

07:04

Some Bubbles are Just Outright Frauds "IndyWatch Feed World"

QUESTION: BitCoin has crashed and it looks like it will never be what people dreamed as some replacement for the dollar. Are bubbles always involving some failed product? A dream that is just unrealistic like the Tulip bubble?

JE

ANSWER: No. There have been many, many, many bubbles throughout history. Some have been just crazy like the Tulip Bubble and others have been outright frauds like the Panic of 1825 which was a stock market crash following the same idea as the South Sea and Mississippi Bubble of 1720. This time, it was again a new emerging market country that was completely just a fraud. It was a wild speculative investment in Latin America, that was all about an imaginary country of Poyais. The stock market boom became a bubble and banks caught up in the euphoria made risky loans all on this imaginary new market.

07:01

The Sovereign Debt Crisis has Spread to 119 Countries "IndyWatch Feed World"

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; For the past two WEC events you have warned that the Sovereign Debt Crisis will strike first outside the USA and the rise in the dollar and US interest rates will push emerging markets into default. Since you also said that pension funds had rushed into emerging market debt to get higher yield not available in USA and Europe, then this will also feed into the pension crisis. I recently read here in Germany that almost 100 nations are on the brink of a debt crisis. Only now people are starting to talk about it. Do you still see this as a catalyst for a strong dollar along with war?

I am really looking forward to this years WEC.

LR

ANSWER: The Sovereign Debt Crisis is on schedule to be noticed starting here in 2018. We have 13 governments now who are already in default of their debt payments. There are more than 100 nations who are on the verge of a debt crisis. The rise in US interest rates and the strength behind the dollar pushes these nations over the edge. I have been warning that this trend would emerge as part of the turning point back in 2015.75. It will now intensify as we head into 2020. Chinas debt to GDP is more than TWICE that of the United States. DEBT is our worst enemy and there are no viable solutions coming forward because anything implied by others is tinkering with the current system. There is no solution is valued circles, other than mine, which calls for the complete revision of the debt system. Everything being proposed so far is tinkering with raising taxes and reducing benefits as well as raising the age for pensions.

I fear that all we can do is protect ourselves. Nobody is willing to listen to me. When they will, it will be too late. Hence the crash & burn becomes unavoidable. Nobody will scrap the system before it crashes. It is against human nature.

 

07:01

Investing In The Worlds Last Great Oil Play "IndyWatch Feed World"

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Its one of the most unbelievable energy stories of the year.

A Chinese oil company was sitting on what might be a major oil discovery a 182-million-barrel probable reserve, with great potential to grow.

They spent hundreds of millions of dollars and sunk 13 wells, shot or acquired 6,700 km of 2D seismic, and shot over 1,000 km of 3D seismic. Then thanks to a weird quirk of Sudanese geology they gave away the entire African mother lode for free.

They literally abandoned their whole investment in the Al-Rawat Basin.

Now, a tiny Canadian explorer Stamper Oil & Gas (TSX.V: STMP; OTC: STMGF) stands to reap a petroleum opportunity unlike anything weve seen in years.

And, theyre doing it with an energy industry legend the one man with a nearly perfect 40-year record of striking oil in the tricky rock of Sudan.

Here are five reasons you should be paying attention to Stamper today:

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The story of Stamper Oil & Gas (TSX.V: STMP; OTC: STMGF) begins with a colossal blunder by Chinese geophysicists on the shores of the White Nile.

Beijings Huge Mistake

15 years ago, an oil hungry China made Sudans Al-Rawat Basin a major focus of their multi-billion dollar energy exploration machine.

One Chinese oil company spent ten years scouring the region for oil. Anticipating a massive find, they sank thirteen wells, acquired or shot 6,700 km. of 2D seismic and shot 1,000 sq. km. of 3D seismic spending $100s of millions in the process.

And, while they did strike a littl...

06:56

Big Pharma Pays Universities for Most Medical Research in U.S. Today "IndyWatch Feed World"

READ MORE AT THE VACCINE REACTION 

In the past, a collaboration between scientists in academia and pharmaceutical companies was relatively uncommon. Read More

06:55

Restored Republic via a GCR as of April 16, 2018 "IndyWatch Feed World"

Restored Republic via a GCR Update as of April 16 2018

Compiled 12:01 am EDT 16 April 2018 by Judy Byington, MSW, LCSW, ret. CEO, Child Abuse Recovery www.ChildAbuseRecovery.com; Author, Twenty Two Faces, www.22faces.com, Byingtons Before Its News articles on Cabal/Vatican child abuse: http://beforeitsnews.com/contributor/pages/243/590/stories.html

Source: Dinar Chronicles

The following is a synopsis of un-vetted information found on the internet. It is up to the individual reader to make their own conclusions about what is actually happening.

A. April 15 2018 2:52 pm EST Intel Report: Operation Disclosure GCR/RV Intel Alert for April 15, 2018 https://operationdisclosure.blogspot.com/

(Disclaimer: The following is an overview of the current situation based on rumors from several sources which may or may not be truthful or accurate.)

1. The Syria situation continues to play out. New rumors suggest it was a ploy to humiliate and expose France, the UK, and the US once Russia released evidence proving the chemical attack originated from rebel groups. Trump was aware of this ploy. France and the UK were not.

2. Zimbabwe was preparing to announce the gold-standard for their currency.

3. Stock market corrections were expected to begin tomorrow April 16Technical Breakdown: The Global Stock Market Crash is Now!

4. If the RV doesn't begin, the stock market would collapse within weeks.

5. Trump would announce the implementation of th...

06:52

Germany pushes for electric car technology "IndyWatch Feed World"

A Tesla electric vehicle at Renew Fest. The German government is urging the countrys car companies to keep up. Photo Jeff Dawson

BERLIN, RAW Germanys Economy Minister Peter Altmaier says the countrys automotive industry must invest heavily in electric car technology and develop battery production facilities in Europe to keep up with global competitors.

Altmaier told Germanys mass-circulation Bild newspaper that the carmakers need to invest high two-digit billion amounts in electric car technology, saying he did not understand why the firms had hesitated for so long.

Investments were also needed in battery production, given expected demand for many millions of electric batteries that could help firms earn good money.

Otherwise well have to accept that a large part of the added value will be produced in Asia or the United States, instead of here with us, he said.

The German car industry, which accounts for some 800,000 jobs in Europes biggest economy, is struggling with a global backlash against diesel cars after Volkswagen admitted in 2015 that it had cheated US exhaust tests.

To help reduce pollution levels and avoid a total ban on diesel vehicles, VW, Daimler and others have stepped up development of electric cars.

The new German coalition government plans to ease the tax burden on drivers of electric vehicles, provide at least an additional 100,000 charge points across the country and subsidise car-sharing to push a shift to greener transportation.

There are also plans to provide funding for research into autonomous driving technology and support the establishment of battery cell production in Germany.

Altmaier said German carmakers needed to develop a model that had at least the range of a Tesla but costs less, and should work on developing an information technology platform for self-driving cars that was the best in the world.

The first safe self-driving cars must operate with German technology, he said.

The conservative minister said it was imperative to secure the hundreds of thousands of jobs now supporting the car and supplier industries.

The post...

06:35

17 Things That Nice Girls Do for the Guys Who Are Wrong for Them "IndyWatch Feed World"

Unfortunately, matters of the heart are not nearly as easy to navigate as we would like them to be. If dating and love came with a handbook, it would make our lives so much easier! However, instead, we are required to learn through experience. You may struggle through the process of finding that special someone only to find yourself in a toxic or negative relationship but admitting that this has occurred can be incredibly difficult. After all, you can acknowledge that someone is a negative influence on your life while still feeling as though you are madly in love!

Learning to recognize the actions that you take or the ways that you act and react which can be traced back to this relationship, and the influence that it has on your life is an important step as it allows you to start the process of separating your true thoughts from the lies and manipulation. Furthermore, it will help you to see why you would be better off without this individual in your life. Need help identifying these behaviors?

Source: The Ladies Coach

Watch for these 17 things that nice girls do for the guys who arent right for them:

#1 She Never Speaks Up

Despite being mistreated, insulted or disrespected, she never speaks up about what she needs or how shes feeling. She is afraid that if she expresses her emotions at any given time she will upset or offend him, sending him running. She would rather keep quiet and accept the poor treatment then lose him entirely.

#2 She Keeps Giving Him Chances

While some women will talk about whether or not to give their man a second chance, she will continue to give him chances time and time again. She convinces herself that this time is different each time, only to wind up disappointed yet again.

#3 She Builds Her Life with Him as Priority #1

Aware that he wouldnt make the same level of sacrifice for here, she makes him the top priority in her life. She builds her entire life around him, his ne...

06:15

"And Yet, At The End..." "IndyWatch Feed World"

We plan our lives according to a dream that came to us in our childhood, and we find that life alters our plans. And yet, at the end, from a rare height, we also see that our dream was our fate. It's just that providence had other ideas as to how we would get there. Destiny plans a different route, or turns the dream around, as if it were a riddle, and fulfills the dream in ways we couldn't have expected.
- Ben Okri

06:11

What Makes Your Lady Crazy, According to Her Zodiac Sign (Pay Close Attention) "IndyWatch Feed World"

Dont get me wrong, this article wont make you into the perfect significant other but it might let you in on some stuff you didnt know about your girlfriend. If she is getting a little cooky it might be because you are pushing her buttons without realizing it.

We all take things differently, what bothers one sign might not bother the rest and so forth. If you want to get to know your girlfriend a little better I strongly suggest reading up on her zodiac sign. Get started by taking a peek at her sign below.

Aries

As an Aries, she is going to be a bit more dramatic than other girls. She is crazy about getting shit done and if you try to slow her down you will only piss her off. Just because you mean well doesnt mean she will take it that way. She doesnt play by the rules and she will not deal with you being told no, it is basically an my way or the highway kind of deal when it comes to dating an Aries.

Taurus

As a Taurus, she is not going to be someone who handles criticism well. If you say something she doesnt like she may fly off the handle. She is far too passionate for most people and if you cannot take the heat you might as well get out while you are ahead. She will frequently let her dreams overshadow reality and can become a bit crazy about bettering herself even when she doesnt know which direction she is headed.

Gemini

As a Gemini, she is already going to be a bit moody and confusing. If you try to cut her off from the people around her even the toxic ones she wont have it. She is a social butterfly and can get carried away with it sometimes. If you cant keep up with her dont bother trying. She is going to be fine one minute and crying the next, that is just how Geminis are sometimes.

Cancer

As a Cancer, she is going to be clingy as hell. If you dont do clingy jump ship. She will become crazy when someone she cares about is going through a shitty situation or in trouble. She is far too giving and caring and often gets carried away with it.

Leo

As a Leo, if you are not one to enjoy the spotlight you might not be a good match. Leos have huge egos and want the whole world to know their names. Not being given enough attention will drive her up the wall and you dont want to see her when she is angry, it is like nothing you have ever seen before.

Virgo

As a Virgo, she will be overly interested in making sure everything is exactly how she wants it. If you do not let this happen she will become a bit irritated and that irritation will only grow. This sign is the one that criticizes others the most and if you cannot handle it you should find your way to the door.

Libra

As...

06:10

"A Look to the Heavens" "IndyWatch Feed World"

What will become of these galaxies? Spiral galaxies NGC 5426 and NGC 5427 are passing dangerously close to each other, but each is likely to survive this collision. Typically when galaxies collide, a large galaxy eats a much smaller galaxy. In this case, however, the two galaxies are quite similar, each being a sprawling spiral with expansive arms and a compact core. As the galaxies advance over the next tens of millions of years, their component stars are unlikely to collide, although new stars will form in the bunching of gas caused by gravitational tides.
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Close inspection of the above image taken by the 8-meter Gemini-South Telescope in Chile shows a bridge of material momentarily connecting the two giants. Known collectively as Arp 271, the interacting pair spans about 130,000 light years and lies about 90 million light-years away toward the constellation of Virgo. Recent predictions hold that our Milky Way Galaxy will undergo a similar collision with the neighboring Andromeda Galaxy in a few billion years.

06:05

"Something You Already Know..." "IndyWatch Feed World"

"Let me tell you something you already know. The world ain't all sunshine and rainbows. It is a very mean and nasty place and it will beat you to your knees and keep you there permanently if you let it. You, me, or nobody is gonna hit as hard as life. But it ain't how hard you hit; it's about how hard you can get hit, and keep moving forward. How much you can take, and keep moving forward. That's how winning is done. Now, if you know what you're worth, then go out and get what you're worth. But you gotta be willing to take the hit, and not pointing fingers saying you ain't where you are because of him, or her, or anybody. Cowards do that and that ain't you. You're better than that!"
- "Rocky Balboa"

06:02

"Truth..." "IndyWatch Feed World"

"Truth is like the town whore. Everybody knows her, 
but nonetheless, it's embarrassing to meet her on the street."
- Wolfgang Borchert, The Outsider

06:00

Michael Cohen Refuses To Disclose Identity Of His "Third Client" "IndyWatch Feed World"

President Trump's lawyer Michael Cohen will appear in Manhattan federal court Monday at 2 pm ET in the courtroom of judge Kima Wood for a hearing about how the government should handle materials seized from his office and home during an FBI raid last week.

Founder of One of the Largest Childrens Charities in the World, Arrested for Pedophilia "IndyWatch Feed World"

Last week, Peter John Dalglish, United Nations adviser and founder of the Street Kids International charity, was arrested on suspicion of pedophilia, at a home that he was staying at in Nepal. During the arrest, two young children, ages 12 and 14, were rescued from the home.

7 Inmates Killed, 17 Injured After Fighting Breaks Out At South Carolina Prison "IndyWatch Feed World"

Seven inmates were killed and at least 17 others seriously injured after fighting broke out between prisoners inside a maximum security prison in South Carolina, the fourth deadly incident at the facility in the past year.

Russian ex-spy sees link between Skripal and GCHQ officer found dead in 2010 "IndyWatch Feed World"

A former officer in the Soviet KGB, who now lives in the United Kingdom, is to be questioned by British police after alleging that there is a link between the recent poisoning of Sergei Skripal and the mysterious death of a British intelligence officer in 2010.

US Navy Accused of Tech Piracy "IndyWatch Feed World"

The US Navy is under fire for allegedly stealing hundreds of millions of dollars worth of intellectual property, including software and a high-speed ship design, but the sailing branch insisted that it respects intellectual property rights.

Trump Accuses Russia, China Of Currency Devaluation: "Not Acceptable" "IndyWatch Feed World"

There is just too much economic confusion in the latest tweet from Trump to even begin to explain it, so we will just point out that moments ago Trump, in this case definitely not under the advice of Larry Kudlow, accused China and Russia of "playing the currency devaluation game", at a time of rising interest rates, which Trump slammed as "not acceptable."

Launching today: NASA's new satellite seeking "alien" Earths "IndyWatch Feed World"

Today, SpaceX expects to launch a Falcon 9 rocket to deliver NASA's Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) into orbit. Scientists expect TESS to find thousands of exoplanets by detecting when they pass in front of their host stars, briefly blocking the light of those suns.

Russian reporter Borodin dead after mystery fall "IndyWatch Feed World"

A Russian investigative journalist who wrote about the deaths of mercenaries in Syria has died in hospital after falling from his fifth-floor flat. Maxim Borodin was found badly injured by neighbours in Yekaterinburg and taken to hospital, where he later died. Local officials said no suicide note was found but the incident was unlikely to be of a criminal nature. However, a friend revealed Borodin had said his flat had been surrounded by security men a day earlier.

Vermont uses first major gun control laws to stop suspected school shooting plotter from getting a gun "IndyWatch Feed World"

A day after Vermont's governor signed a package of gun control measures , one of the new laws was used to keep a school shooting plot suspect from possessing dangerous weapons. A superior court judge signed an extreme risk protection order Thursday saying Jack Sawyer, 18, poses an extreme risk of physical harm to himself and others. Prosecutors say Sawyer, who kept a diary called "Journal of an Active Shooter," made detailed plans for a shooting at Fair Haven Union High School in which his goal was to kill more people than in any other school shooting.

Skripals Poisoning and Syria Strikes "IndyWatch Feed World"

On April 11, one of the smartest US presidents ever tweeted: Russia vows to shoot down any and all missiles fired at Syria. Get ready Russia, because they will be coming, nice and new and smart! You shouldnt be partners with a Gas Killing Animal who kills his people and enjoys it!

The US workforce is the most productive, best educated in history and unemployment is at an all-time low, but wages are stagnant "IndyWatch Feed World"

Orthodox market economics holds that when unemployment falls and the labor supply gets tighter wages go up; it also predicts that better-educated workers and more-productive workers get paid more for their work -- none of this has happened.

Humans Will Be Genetically Modified for the First Time in Europe "IndyWatch Feed World"

Humans will be genetically modified for the first time in Europe after regulators have given the go ahead to trial DNA-splicing therapy. A destructive blood disorder known as beta thalassaemia, which reduces the production of haemoglobin, could be cured using this therapy

Google is Pursuing the Pentagons Giant Cloud Contract Quietly, Fearing An Employee Revolt "IndyWatch Feed World"

Last August, U.S. Defense Secretary James Mattis made a journey to the West Coast and met with Google founder Sergey Brin and CEO Sundar Pichai. Over a half day of meetings, Google leaders described the companys multi-year transition to cloud computing and how it was helping them develop into a powerhouse for research and development into artificial intelligence. Brin in particular was eager to showcase how much Google was learning every day about AI and cloud implementation, according to one current and one former senior Defense Department official who spoke on condition of anonymity.

What Do We Know About Syria? Next to Nothing "IndyWatch Feed World"

Anyone accepting "facts" or narratives from any interested party is being played. About the only "fact" the public knows with any verifiable certainty about Syria is that much of that nation is in ruins. Virtually everything else presented as "fact" is propaganda intended to serve one of the competing narratives or discredit one or more competing narratives.

Art Bell Dead at Age 72Days After Supporting a Friends Plan to Drive Into Area 51 "IndyWatch Feed World"

Art Bell has been in poor health for decades and he was a heavy smoker, so I cant say that his death comes as much of a surprise.  But Just before he died, Art was supporting radio host Heather Wade in her plan to drive into Area 51 as an act of civil disobedience.

US Will Impose New Sanctions on Russia Over Syria "IndyWatch Feed World"

The United States will impose new sanctions on Russia over an alleged chemical attack by the Syrian government, US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley said on Sunday. Haley said the sanctions, to be announced on Monday by Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin, will target companies that supplied Damascus with equipment and other material related to chemical weapons.

Statement by Vladimir Putin on Syria "IndyWatch Feed World"

On April 14, the United States, supported by its allies, launched an airstrike against military and civilian targets in the Syrian Arab Republic. An act of aggression against a sovereign state that is on the frontline in the fight against terrorism was committed without a mandate from the UN Security Council and in violation of the UN Charter and norms and principles of international law.

Putin Warns Of Global "Chaos" If West Hits Syria Again "IndyWatch Feed World"

Shortly after US Ambassador Nikki Haley revealed that Russia would be slapped with a third round of sanctions on Monday for "enabling the Syrian government's use of chemical weapons in civil war," Russian President Vladimir Putin said that further attacks on Syria by Western forces, "in violation of the U.N. Charter," would send international relations into "chaos."

05:59

"How Much Longer Can The American Empire Run On Fake Money?" "IndyWatch Feed World"

"How Much Longer Can The American Empire Run On Fake Money?"

"It should be eminently clear by now that the President is not really the President of the United States. The Deep State Military/Industrial/Complex will do whatever it takes, including endless wars to try to keep the petrodollar alive and trillions of dollars spent on blood and treasury. I truly believe Eisenhowers fears of the endless power of the Military Industrial Complex are now playing out.
That was established by the Deep State under Kennedy. If you have doubts about that, you might do well to read Unlike Trump, Kennedy Never Bent a Knee, by Jacob G. Hornberger, the founder of The Future of Freedom Foundation and a former trial attorney in Texas.

While another war or two might buy a bit more time for the Anglo-American Empire,...

05:44

How to Relieve Sciatic Nerve Pain and Back Pain Using Only a Tennis Ball (Video) "IndyWatch Feed World"

Experts warn that as many as 40% of Americans will experience sciatic nerve pain at some point in their lives. Characterized by pain throughout the lower back, buttocks, leg, calf or foot, sciatica can range from a numbness, tingling or throbbing to a stabbing pain that is so intense that it interferes with your ability to stand or walk. For those that suffer from more severe cases, this pain interferes with their day to day life.

Sciatica is named after the nerve responsible, the sciatic nerve. The largest nerve located in the human body, it begins from the spinal cord in the lower back and extends through the buttocks and down each leg. This is the nerve that provides sensations to the sole of the foot, the ankle, the back of the thigh and the entire lower leg.

Source: WebMD

 

The challenge that most Americans struggle with is differentiating between back pain and sciatica. With 85% of Americans experiencing some form of back pain, many of these cases will be caused by poor posture, straining the muscles in the lower back, improper lifting techniques or overextending.

Caused by the compression of one or more of the nerve roots in the lower back, sciatica is often experienced as a radiating pain that runs down the leg into the foot. Some sufferers describe it as having an ongoing leg or foot cramp that doesnt pass with time. This may be caused by a bulging or herniated disk or a bone spur in the area of the lumbar spine.

If you are experiencing ongoing or severe sciatic nerve pain, then treatment is a must in order to continue living your life. While most sufferers can find relief through non-surgical options, there are some more severe cases in which surgery is required. There are many steps that one can take to treat this condition at home, such as the...

05:39

The Daily "Near You?" "IndyWatch Feed World"

Wakefield, Kansas, USA. Thanks for stopping by!

05:33

Free Download: Soren Kierkegaard', Fear and Trembling "IndyWatch Feed World"

The Dark Night
by Chet Raymo

I first read Soren Kierkegaard's Fear and Trembling* at about the same age as Kierkegaard was when he wrote it- thirty. The young philosopher was wrestling with his dark demons, including the death of his father, a sternly religious man who demanded absolute obedience from his son. He was torn between the opposing demands of faith and reason, certainty and doubt. In the opening pages of the book, he takes us with Abraham and Isaac on that terrible journey to Mount Moriah where God puts Abraham to a terrifying test of his faith.

What gives meaning to a life? Kierkegaard opted for belief. He wrote: If there were no eternal consciousness in a man, if at the foundation of all there lay only a wildly seething power which writhing with obscure passions produced everything that is great and everything that is insignificant, if a bottomless void never satiated lay hidden beneath all- what then would life be but despair?

This is the fear that caused Abraham to raise the knife over his beloved son. This is the valley of shadow that drove Kierkegaard to choose heaven over earth, the unseen over the seen. This is the dread of a mindless oblivion that causes so many to choose faith over reason, certainty over doubt.

In Fear and Trembling, Kierkegaard says that "faith begins where thinking leaves off." At the same age, Kierkegaard's almost exact contemporary, another solitary philosopher with a fierce moral sensitivity, Henry David Thoreau, wrote in his journal: I have just heard the flicker among the oaks on the hillside ushering in a new dynasty. Eternity could not begin with more security and momentousness than the spring. The summer's eternity is reestablished by this note. All sights and sounds are seen and heard both in time and eternity. And when the eternity of any sight or sound strikes the eye or ear, they are...

05:33

"All The Rest...." "IndyWatch Feed World"

"The man with the clear head is the man who frees himself from those fantastic "ideas" [the characterological lies about reality] and looks life in the face, realizes that everything in it is problematic, and feels himself lost. And this is the simple truth - that to live is to feel oneself lost -he who accepts it has already begun to find himself, to be on firm ground. Instinctively, as do the shipwrecked, he will look round for something to which to cling, and that tragic, ruthless glance, absolutely sincere, because it is a question of his salvation, will cause him to bring order into the chaos of his life. These are the only genuine ideas; the ideas of the shipwrecked. All the rest is rhetoric, posturing, farce. He who does not really feel himself lost, is without remission; that is to say, he never finds himself, never comes up against his own reality."
- Ernest Becker
Freely download "The Denial Of Death", by Ernest Becker, here:
https://humanposthuman.files.wordpress.com/
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05:27

12 Signs That You Are A Genuine Love Addict "IndyWatch Feed World"

It takes a lot of strength and internal reflection to examine your relationships and seek out signs that youre a love addict.

Most people with love addiction dont know what they are suffering from and its only upon reading about the disease that symptoms and signs begin to make sense and patterns begin to emerge. Love addiction comes in many forms from short, passion-filled relationships that end quickly to long-term, overlapping relationships with extreme highs and lows. Just like any other addiction, love addiction is a compulsive behavior that the addict uses to soothe uncomfortable feelings despite negative consequences.

You believe that you can only be happy if someone loves you.

Youre nobody til somebody loves you, right? Many love addicts feel this way and it is the most basic of many signs youre a love addict. You feel incomplete as a person without someone by your side that loves you and are unsure how to function as a single person. Your identity is lost in a relationship and you cannot happily go through the day to day activities of life without feeling empty or lonely.

You are attracted to partners who are needy.

Emotionally unavailable, depressed, angry, grieving, physically disabled, etc. You name it you are drawn to them. Maybe it is your need to fix them or simply your subconscious desire to be with a like-minded soul. If they are broken, they are certainly no your radar.

You are unable to take the time to heal after a failed relationship.

Non-love addicts are equally saddened and heartbroken at the end of a relationship; the difference is that non-love addicts are able to take time for themselves and heal before jumping into a new partnership. If you are emotionally unable to take time for yourself and time to mend after a breakup, it is one of the biggest sign youre a love addict. The feelings of despair become overwhelming to the point of actively searching out a new relationship before you are fully over the previous one.

You avoid the truth and create fairy tales.

You make excuses for your partner to hide the reality of your relationship and ignore your own needs. For example, you take care of everything in the household, because your partner is tired...

05:25

7 Struggles Only A True Empath Will Understand "IndyWatch Feed World"

Empaths go through a lot more than non-empaths realize. Dont get me wrong we all face things in our day to day lives, but the things we face are not always the same as the things other people are facing.

Because empaths are so isolated and yet surrounded by so many different energies they tend to struggle with things most people wouldnt normally struggle with. Empaths are able to absorb emotion and really feel things on a deeper level and that is not always a good thing. Below you will find a list of struggles they face, these can be quite challenging and require a lot of effort to face.

7 Challenging Problems True Empaths Know All About:

1. Saying no when it needs to be said.

Empaths often struggle with saying no. They know when it needs to be said but arent always able to force it out. Learning to say no is quite liberating for the empath.

2. Empathizing with those who do not deserve it.

Empaths tend to help everyone even the people who they shouldnt. They are often taken advantage of and it is pretty frustrating to watch and to experience. Everyone tends to unload on them.

3. Being affected by basically everything.

Empaths are not thick skinned by any means. They are affected by everything. Even the smallest change can send them into a downward spiral. This is something they are never truly able to overcome.

4. Constantly feeling things that they cannot explain.

Empaths are always being affected by something and because of that sometimes they will be in a shitty mood for absolutely no reason. Well, there is a reason but they might not quite know what that reason is.

5. Feeling so alone and yet rarely ever being alone.

Empaths are surrounded by people most of the time but they often feel alone. To be completely honest when they are alone they feel more at peace. As you probably know loneliness comes in many forms.

6. Putting everyone elses needs first.

Empaths tend to put the needs of everyone else before their own. They let themselves and their wellbeing fall through the cracks in some of the worst ways. This is extremely self-destructive.

7. Always being exhausted.

We all get tired but the empath is going to feel drained most of the time as opposed to some of the time. They rarely ever wake up feeling as if they have slept well. Even from the beginning of their day, something is going to be dragging them down.

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05:15

Russian TV Exposes Rothschilds & Educates Citizens on New World Order "IndyWatch Feed World"

One of the richest powerhouses in the world is being exposed thanks to Russian tv.

The Rothschilds, one of the richest and most powerful families in the world are being scrutinized by Russia in the hope of exposing the corruption that oozes from their establishment.

Rumors surrounding the Rothschilds connection with the New World Order have circulated for years, and the fact that they are connected to so many different establishments means their conflict of interests cannot be ignored.

The real enemy within, who should be arrested and tried (and meted out harsh punishment). While millions starve homeless lying and jobless paying for something they never did, these people oblivious eat with golden spoons

 

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05:04

"The Truth Virus: The Most Dangerous Virus in the World" "IndyWatch Feed World"

"The Truth Virus:
The Most Dangerous Virus in the World"
by Dog Poet

"Ive got a virus. It doesnt have a common name because it isnt a common virus. Its difficult to catch this virus because there are only so many ways for it to enter your system. You can catch it as a result of extreme trauma which results in all of your defenses being shut down. This includes all subconscious resistance and all systemic defenses. You can catch it as a result of long term abuse. This includes abuse visited upon you or abuse you visit on yourself. Often this abuse comes about because the virus is already looking for a foothold and it will attract one of these two kinds of abuse. You can catch it through diligent and repeated efforts to catch it, in an environment of quietude, created by a relentless persistence of the mind to cease from the production of thought. There are a few other ways.
Once youve got this virus theres no cure for it. Every cell in your body is going to be replaced and the world will gradually- and sometimes not so gradually- take on the appearance of an insane asylum, while also becoming remarkably predictable. People think insanity is unpredictable but thats just one of the illusions that are part of the ordinary mindset of the collectively insane.

People who have this virus can understand one another without having to say anything at all and if they should speak they are also understood by people who are vulnerable to this virus. This is one of the ways that the virus spreads. The impact of the virus speaking induces trauma that naturally moves toward the e...

05:02

"Searchers" "IndyWatch Feed World"

"Searchers"

"Some people do not have to search- 
they find their niche early in life and rest there,
seemingly contented and resigned. 
They do not seem to ask much of life, 
sometimes they do not seem to take it seriously. 
At times I envy them, 
but usually I do not understand them- 
seldom do they understand me. 

I am one of the searchers. 
There are, I believe, millions of us. 
...

05:00

European-origin blight 'poses big threat' to Indian potato crop "IndyWatch Feed World"

A rapidly evolving pathogen from Europe may spell doom for Indias potato yield, an essential staple and a good income for millions of farmers, reports an environmental magazine.

04:52

Jay Dyer Chill Stream Stories and Laydies Comedy Nite & Q N A & Impressionations Live 10 PM Cent "IndyWatch Feed World"

I am sick of serious streams. Today I rested my soul with women comedians, all of whom suck. Join me dear chat as we steal Paula Poundstone and Lizz Winstead and Amy Shoomer jokes . Best comedian in the chat tonight will get a free signed famous person book from me!!!! Also I will unveil my Andy Warski impression for the first time!

 

04:31

Security Council condemns attack on peacekeepers in Mali "IndyWatch Feed World"

The UN Secretary-General has called on Malian political leaders to ensure those responsible for a deadly assault on peacekeepers in the north are brought to justice.

03:44

TEPCO asked subsidiary to underestimate tsunami threat at Fukushima nuclear plant - worker "IndyWatch Feed World"

TEPCO asked subsidiary to underestimate tsunami threat at Fukushima nuclear plant - worker | 01 March 2018 | Tokyo Electric Power Co. (TEPCO) asked a subsidiary in 2008 to underestimate the scale of tsunami that could hit the Fukushima No. 1 Nuclear Power Plant before tsunami devastated the facility in March 2011, a subsidiary employee told a court. The worker at Tokyo Electric Power Services Co. (TEPSCO) appeared as a witness at the hearing of three former TEPCO executives under indictment on charges of professional negligence resulting in death and injury at the Tokyo District Court on Feb. 28. The man played a key role in TEPSCO's estimate of the scale of possible tsunami, which could hit the premises of the plant, between 2007 and 2008.

03:30

TEPCO staffer testifies execs put off tsunami measures at Fukushima plant "IndyWatch Feed World"

TEPCO staffer testifies execs put off tsunami measures at Fukushima plant | 11 April 2018 | A Tokyo Electric Power Co. (TEPCO) employee testified in court here on April 10 that company executives decided to postpone tsunami prevention measures at the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear plant despite an assessment warning that a massive wave could hit the power station. Three former TEPCO executives including former Vice President Sakae Muto, 67, are on trial for professional negligence causing death and injury over the Fukushima nuclear crisis triggered by the March 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake and tsunami. The TEPCO employee's statements at the trial's fifth hearing were in line with the arguments of the court-appointed attorney acting for the prosecution.

03:25

US to impose more sanctions on Russia "IndyWatch Feed World"

US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley. EPA/PETER FOLEY

WASHINGTON, RAW The US has stressed continuing US troop involvement in Syria and outlined plans for new economic sanctions against Russia for enabling the government of Bashar Assad.

Stepping up the pressure on Syrias president, US Ambassador Nikki Haley indicated the sanctions to be announced on Monday would be aimed at sending a message to Russia, which she said has blocked six attempts by the UN Security Council to make it easier to investigate the use of chemical weapons.

Everyone is going to feel it at this point, Haley said, warning of consequences for Assads foreign allies.

The international community will not allow chemical weapons to come back into our everyday life, she said. The fact he was making this more normal and that Russia was covering this up, all that has got to stop.

Trump tweeted Mission Accomplished on Saturday after US, French and British warplanes and ships launched more than 100 missiles nearly unopposed by Syrian air defences.

While he declared success, the Pentagon said the pummelling of three chemical-related facilities left enough others intact to enable the Assad government to use banned weapons against civilians if it chooses.

Haley made clear the United States wont be pulling troops out of Syria right away, saying US involvement there is not done.

She said the three US goals for accomplishing its mission are making sure chemical weapons are not used in a way that could harm US national interests, defeating the Islamic State group and having a good vantage point to watch what Iran is doing.

Were not going to leave until we know weve accomplished those things, she said.

The night time assault on Syria was carefully limited to minimise civilian casualties and avoid direct conflict with Russia, but confusion arose over the extent to which Washington warned Moscow in advance.

The Pentagon said it gave no explicit warning. The US ambassador in Moscow, John Huntsman, said in a video, Before we took action, the United States communicated with Russia to reduce the danger of any Russian or civilian...

03:21

The Pandoras Box of War "IndyWatch Feed World"

Editors note: Chris Hedges regular column will appear later this week. Here is a repost of his April 8, 2017, article, which appeared shortly after the first time President Trump fired missiles into Syria in reaction to reports of chemical warfare by the regime of President Bashar Assad. On Friday the United States again conducted a missile attack on Syria in the wake of reports that Assads forces had used chemicals against civilians.

War opens a Pandoras box of evils that once unleashed are beyond anyones control. The invasion of Afghanistan set out to defeat al-Qaida, and nearly 16 years later we are embroiled in a losing fight with the Taliban. We believed we could invade Iraq and create a Western-style democracy and weaken Irans power in the region. The fragmentation of Iraq among warring factions has left Iran the dominant Muslim nation in the Middle East and Iraq destroyed as a unified nation. We set out to topple President Bashar Assad in Syria but then began to bomb the Islamic insurgents trying to overthrow him. We spread the war on terror to Yemen, Libya and Syria in a desperate effort to crush regional resistance. Instead, we created new failed states and lawless enclaves where vacuums were filled by the jihadist forces we sought to defeat. We have wasted a staggering $4.79 trillion on death, destruction and folly as our nation is increasingly impoverished and climate change threatens us with extinction. The arms manufacturers, who have a vested interest in perpetuating these debacles, will work to make a few trillion more before this act of collective imperial suicide comes to a humiliating end.

In war, when you attack one force you implicitly aid another. And the forces we assist by striking the Assad regime are the forces we ironically are determined to eradicateNusra Front, al-Qaida and other Islamic radical groups. These are the same Islamic forces we, along with Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Turkey and Kuwait, largely created, armed and funded at the inception of the civil war in Syria. They are the forces that have responded to the chaos caused by our misguided military interventions in Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Yemen, Somalia and Pakistan. They are the forces that execute Western captives, slaughter religious minorities, carry out terrorism in Europe and the United States and collect billions of dollars from smuggling refugees into Europe. They are our sometime enemies and our sometime allies.

The jihadists savagery mirrors our own. The jihadists respond to our airstrikes and aerial drone attacks by using suicide vests and improvised explosive devices. They respond to our black sites and prisons such as Abu Ghraib and Guantanamo with basement cell...

03:01

Geopolitical/GCR/RV Report: "Refresher" -- April 15, 2018 "IndyWatch Feed World"

(Disclaimer: The following is a report based on rumors relayed to the author which may or may not be truthful or accurate. ~ Dinar Chronicles)



Source: Dinar Chronicles

"Refresher"


To any and all Human Angels out there still lost in the fog, new and old, maybe out there wanting a refresher course as to who and why we all got here, and where here really is and also where we all might end up shortly the post is for you.

First, let me begin by saying that none of you have to agree of anything said below.

Select whatever you feel to be true and either accept or deny it.

This information is free and yours to discern.

Also, you can refuse anything you read as being propaganda and false evidence appearing real. No offense taken.

So many of my readers get caught up in the emotional rejection of new information because it doesnt agree with their current points of view, I believe they miss the point of why people click on internet links in the first place to get new information, process it and perhaps grow intellectually and emotionally.

All my Halo posts are meant to spur thought, spark discussion and hopefully educate Human Angels on different perspectives than their own.

That said, lets go back almost seventeen years to September 11, 2001 at 8am EST.

A normal fall day for most everyone in the world, expect those that were running the financial system.

Their world was about to change fore...

02:55

ZAP/POOFness Report: "Born This Way" -- April 15, 2018 "IndyWatch Feed World"

" The Office of Poofness "

Born This Way

Lady Gaga


It doesn't matter if you love him, or capital H-I-M
Just put your paws up 'cause you were born this way, baby
My mama told me when I was young
We are all born superstars
She rolled my hair and put my lipstick on
In the glass of her boudoir
"There's nothing wrong with loving who you are"
She said, "'Cause he made you perfect, babe"
"So hold your head up girl and you'll go far,
Listen to me when I say"
I'm beautiful in my way
'Cause God makes no mistakes
I'm on the right track, baby I was born this way
Don't hide yourself in regret
Just love yourself and you're set
I'm on the right track, baby
I was born this way (Born this way)
Oh there ain't no other way
Baby I was born this way
Baby I was born this way
Oh there ain't no other way
Baby I was born this way
Right track baby I was born this way
Don't be a drag, just be a queen
Don't be a drag, just be a queen
Don't be a drag, just be a queen
Don't be don't be don't be
Give yourself prudence
And love your friends
So we can rejoice your truth
...

02:40

"How It Really Is" "IndyWatch Feed World"

Well of course! One must have priorities!
Or, as George Carlin said, "Nobody cares, nobody gives a damn..."

02:36

Mercedes Kirkel: 7 Signs of Completing the 3rd Dimension "IndyWatch Feed World"

7 Signs of Completing the Third Dimension

February 1, 2018 | Author Mercedes Kirkel



By Mercedes Kirkel

Ever since I began receiving channeled messages from Mary Magdalene and Yeshua (Jesus), theyve been talking about our spiritual growth into the higher dimensions. They say that humanity is in a process of completing our work at the third dimension and beginning to shift into the next dimension of consciousness, which they refer to as the fourth dimension.

Part of what they describe is that each dimension has a particular focus of growth, which beings who manifest in that dimension are working on mastering. You might look at it as a kind of school. When we learn our lessons and receive the growth that particular dimension offers, we then graduate to the next dimension.

In the third dimension, the focus is on learning lessons relative to power. If you were to describe the third dimension through the lens of power, the purpose of life would be to acquire enough power to survive and thrive. Power can be in the form of money, status, knowledge, or authority. Part of 3D is that theres a sense that there isnt enough for everyone. Thus you have to struggle and fight to gain and maintain power. This leads to competing with others and exercising power over each other.

Our relationship to power dramatically changes as we complete our lessons and work in the third dimension. Here are the signs Ive learned from Mary Magdalene and Yeshua of this completion relative to 3D:

1) You stop giving your power away to outside authority. You stop thinking there are others outside yourself who know more about you than you do. You stop consulting others to see what you should do or letting others make decisions for you. You assume your own authority relative to yourself and whats right or true for you, whether others agree with you or not. And you honor everyone elses authority to do the same relative to themselves.
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02:20

"The Trouble With Our Times..." "IndyWatch Feed World"

"The trouble with our times is that the future is not what it used to be."
- Paul Valery

02:16

Greg Hunter, David Stockman: 'Deflation Depression & Financial Armageddon' "IndyWatch Feed World"

David Stockman: 
'Deflation Depression & Financial Armageddon'
By Greg Hunters USAWatchdog.com 

"Former Reagan White House Budget Director David Stockman says look out for the perfect storm coming our way. Stockman explains, I think we are in peak crazy time, really, to launch an attack against Syria based on the flimsy evidence to date, and the likelihood it was another false flag operation. Trump declared victory two weeks ago in Syria and said we are coming home, which is exactly the right thing to do and say. Then, all of a sudden, you have a gas attack and the clamor from the war party to do something, respond and bomb Assad yet one more time, even though those air bases and military bases are populated with Russian military. So, let me summarize. You have a hot war against Russia and the Iranians, which we have no business starting. You have a trade war brewing, I am afraid w...

02:15

Shadow Super Exopolitical Intel Report -- April 15, 2018 "IndyWatch Feed World"

Shadow Super Intel Report

April 15, 2018

Submitted to Operation Disclosure | by Shadow Super

The Alliance received intelligence of strange activity near Bottlehill Mountain in North County Cork, Ireland.

The Alliance scanned the remote forests in the immediate area and uncovered a hidden entrance to a deep underground facility almost completely covered by overgrowth.

The Alliance stormed the base and were shocked to find over 1000 incinerated bodies of Cabal scientists and foot soldiers.

Also at the base were the remains of another hadron collider dimensional portal which was also incinerated.

After 2 days of investigation, Alliance investigators concluded the Cabal managed to successfully transport a single Mirader alien across the Portal into this Cabal facility.

However, because the Mirader communicate in degrees of heat -- it's likely that when communication between the Mirader and the Cabal began -- extreme temperatures were generated and the Cabal Lieutenants were incinerated instantly as well as the hadron collider.

This was confirmed by recorded CCTV footage at the base. The location of the Mirader alien is unknown as the footage cut at the point of incineration.

The Alliance discovered documents indicating the Mirader use of binary arithmetic (true and false) to communicate:

10,000 Degrees Celsius = True
- 400 Degrees Celsius = False

This clearly explains why the Cabal were working on a new language called the Kelvin language in a previous Cabal facility located in Ireland.

The Alliance were mystified as to why the Cabal opened the portal knowing the dangers of communicating with the Miraders in this way.
...

02:13

The Peace Meditation Today is Critical: Say No to War! "IndyWatch Feed World"

The Peace Meditation Today is Critical; Just Say No! to War

APRIL 15, 2018

Source: Starship Earth: The Big Picture



An Update from the Unknown Lightwarrior follows.

I have made the meditation post with the link to the guided meditation videos in multiple languages sticky so you will find it on the home page of Starship Earth. If meditating alone you may want to review a video before you settle in so you know the drill.

Or, you may wish to join the live meditation on Blogtalk Radio via the links below.

Dont underestimate your ability to effect change. If youre not one of the 144,000, focused intention is all thats required. Just do your best. It all counts at this stage and we can outnumber the enemy.

Were fighting an interdimensional war and this is what we can do from this one to defuse the situation in Syria.

You may want to click this link now to read more. ~ BP



Cobra just confirmed; the Mass Meditation is urgently needed to balance imminent escalation in Syria.

The 144,000 will be first on the scene doing MASSIVE clearing & thus pave the way for other groups to channel their energy & consciousness. Yet even there we...

02:12

German president: 'We cannot declare Russia, the country and its people, to be an enemy' "IndyWatch Feed World"

German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier called for ending the demonization of Russia and its people on Sunday. He added that Germany should do more to help de-escalate tensions, given his country's unique history with Russia. Steinmeier warned that the US-led airstrikes in Syria in the early hours of Saturday morning raised the risk of direct confrontation between US and Russian forces operating in the Syrian theater. Relations between the US and Russia have hit a post-Cold War low after the attack, which followed the alleged chemical weapons attack in Douma, Syria, last week. The Syrian regime has denied allegations that it gassed its own people, particularly in an area where, and a time when, its forces were on the brink of total victory.

02:02

"For This Is What We Do..." "IndyWatch Feed World"

For this is what we do. Put one foot forward and then the other. Lift our eyes to the snarl and smile of the world once more. Think. Act. Feel. Add our little consequence to the tides of good and evil that flood and drain the world. Drag our shadowed crosses into the hope of another night. Push our brave hearts into the promise of a new day. With love: the passionate search for truth other than our own. With longing: the pure, ineffable yearning to be saved. For so long as fate keeps waiting, we live on. God help us. God forgive us. We live on.
- Gregory David Roberts, Shantaram

01:36

Hard trance "IndyWatch Feed World"

Listen to Trance HardTrance Deep Trance by Trance Hard Trance #np on #SoundCloud

01:25

Why is Workers Control an Important Issue? "IndyWatch Feed World"

Workers Assembly at Officine Zero, a former night train facility in Rome (Photo: Officine Zero)

A common feature in every crisis situation, from the upheavals of the early 20th century to the neo-liberal re-structurings of the late 20th century, is the emergence of workers control workers organising to take over their workplaces in order to defend their jobs and their communities. We interviewed Dario Azzellini* to talk about this issue in depth: the emergence of new values and social relations not just in the recuperated workplaces but also in the communities, the need to re-orient production, the overcoming of the separation between political, economic and social spheres, and the role of workers control in the larger struggle against capitalism.

*****

Ricardo Vaz:  Why is workers control an important issue?

Dario Azzellini:  It is an important issue because if we look at what is socialism, what Karl Marx described, the living example for him is the Paris Commune. It is the people taking matters into their own hands, and the state as such disappears because power is no longer delegated.

But I would say that workers control is one first step on a path to socialism, in the sense that control over production and workplace should not be only on behalf of the workers but also of the communities, the self-organised people in general. And even that is still not the last step, because as Marx says, the commune is the finally discovered political form, so it is still a political form. Socialism, or communism, is about going beyond politics, achieving the self-organisation of life.

So these are all intermediary steps, and even the commune would not be the final form, but we cannot even imagine the final form, because we are trapped in the imagination of what we know and what has been done. What has to be developed is probably beyond our imagination now.

RV: Nevertheless it is important also in the immediate context

DA: Yes, because if workers take charge of their workplaces and decide on production, the labour processes, the values, everything changes. We have seen that in worker-controlled places. Security and health questions become central, and they are far from it in capitalist work...

01:01

Metaphysics: The Sacred Geometry of Unity Consciousness "IndyWatch Feed World"

April 16th, 2018 By Ethan Indigo Smith Contributing writer for Wake Up World SLearn how to see. Realize that everything connects to everything else. Leonardo Da Vinci Most often when the term four dimensions of geometry" is mentioned, people generally assume the subject is about the mapping of a place in coordinates. A coordinate in []

00:49

Trump Unloads on Comey Ahead of Ex-FBI Directors Interview "IndyWatch Feed World"

WASHINGTON President Trump took to Twitter on Sunday to unload on James Comey over his forthcoming memoir, calling him slippery, suggesting he should be in jail and labeling him the WORST FBI Director in history, by far!

In an excerpt shown Saturday, Comey said his belief that Clinton would beat Trump in the 2016 presidential election was a factor in his decision to disclose the investigation into her emails. Trump seized on that, saying Comey was making decisions based on the fact that he thought she was going to win, and he wanted a job. Slimeball!

Comeys disclosure shortly before the election that the FBI had reopened its investigation into her email use enraged Democrats. After Clintons loss, many Democrats blamed Comey, and Clinton herself has said it hurt her election prospects.

Trump on Sunday pushed back again against Comeys claims that Trump sought his loyalty, saying, I hardly even knew this guy. Just another of his many lies. He questioned Comeys intelligence and place in history, writing, Slippery James Comey, a man who always ends up badly and out of whack (he is not smart!), will go down as the WORST FBI Director in history, by far!

He also suggested Comey should be imprisoned, saying, how come he gave up Classified Information (jail), why did he lie to Congress (jail). There is no indication Comey is under investigation for doing either.

Asked if the president wanted the Justice Department to investigate Comey, White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Sunday on ABCs This Week that she was not aware of a specific request. But, she said, if they feel there was any wrongdoing, they should certainly look into that just as they do on a number of other topics.

Comey is embarking on a public rollout of his book, A Higher Loyalty, which comes out Tuesday. In the book, Comey compares Trump to a mafia don and calls his leadership of the country ego driven and about personal loyalty.

Former Attorney General Loretta Lynch pushed back against Comeys criticism in the book that, early in the Clinton email inquiry, she had instructed him to refer to it as a matter rather than an investigation. In a statement to The Associated Press on Sunday, Lynch said she was simply following longstanding Justice Department protocol against confirming or denying the existence of an investigation. She also said that Comey never raised any concerns with her regarding the email...

00:48

'Growing anger': High turnout at Tokyo protest demanding Prime Minister Abe resign "IndyWatch Feed World"

On Saturday, tens of thousands gathered in front of the National Diet Building in central Tokyo to protest growing scandals surrounding the administration of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. "We hold a sense of crisis that the falsifying and hiding of public documents means nothing less than the destruction of our nation and democracy," said economist Masaru Kaneko to a crowd of some 30,000 people in front of the Diet building.

00:46

Syrian football fans unfurl banner slamming US air strikes - 'F*ck Trump' "IndyWatch Feed World"

After US-led coalition members hit Syria with over 100 missiles last Friday, the fans from the Syrian Tishreen Football Club pulled no punches while expressing their attitude toward the US administration's recent actions. The fans unfolded a banner reading "F**ck Trump" in a message to Washington calling on it to stop killing the Syrian people on the pretext of establishing "peace." Donald Trump ordered on Friday a massive missile strike against Syrian targets in response to the alleged chemical attack in the city of Douma in the Damascus suburb. Jointly with the United Kingdom and France, the United States had launched 103 missiles, 71 of which were intercepted by Syrian air defense systems. According to the Syrian authorities, which have repeatedly said that they had destroyed their chemical weapons stockpiles, the strikes damaged Syrian infrastructure and left three civilians wounded. Russian President Vladimir Putin has said that the attack had been conducted illegally.

00:40

James Comey faces threat of clampdown on the eve of his book tour "IndyWatch Feed World"

For James Comey, the heat is on. The former FBI director's highly anticipated memoir, "A Higher Loyalty: Truth, Lies, and Leadership," hasn't hit bookshelves yet - that happens on Tuesday - but already there have been copies leaked to the media, which may be a fitting chapter in the Comey saga. Excerpts from the book and clips from his first TV interview since being fired last year show Comey won't be shying away from criticizing the man who cut his FBI career short, President Trump, even taking cheap shots such as describing the president's ties as being "too long."

00:37

FLASHBACK: Six reasons not to take the official Litvinenko poisoning report seriously "IndyWatch Feed World"

Inquiry points the finger at Vladimir Putin and the Russian state, but its findings are biased, flawed and inconsistent An inquiry into the assassination of Alexander Litvinenko in the heart of London in 2006 has concluded that he was "probably" murdered on the personal orders of Vladimir Putin. This is a troubling accusation. The report (pdf) said that Litvinenko, who died from radioactive poisoning, was killed by two Russian agents, Andrei Lugovoi and Dmitry Kovtun, who were most likely acting on behalf of the Russian FSB secret service.

00:29

Spring Storm Moves East After Blanketing Central U.S. in Snow "IndyWatch Feed World"

MINNEAPOLIS Minnesotans slogged through a mid-April storm Sunday that dumped 2 feet (half a meter) of snow on parts of the Upper Midwest, coated roads with ice and battered areas farther south with powerful winds and tornadoes before plowing toward the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic U.S.

The storm system prompted Enbridge Energy to temporarily shutter twin oil and gas pipelines in Michigan that may have been recently damaged by a ship anchor strike.

The Line 5 pipelines were temporarily shuttered Sunday afternoon due to a power outage at Enbridges terminal in Superior, Wisconsin, Enbridge spokesman Ryan Duffy told The Detroit News. Enbridge decided to shut down the twin pipelines until weather conditions improve in the Straits of Mackinac, which links Lake Huron and Lake Michigan, Duffy said.

At least three deaths were blamed on the storm system, which stretched from the Gulf Coast to the Great Lakes. Storms also knocked down trees, caused airport delays and dropped hail on the Carolinas.

At Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport, where more than 13 inches (33 centimeters) of snow had fallen, 230 flights were canceled Sunday. Two runways were open, but winds were still strong and planes were being de-iced, spokesman Patrick Hogan said. On Saturday, the storm caused the cancellation of nearly 470 flights at the airport.

The wintry grip on the Twin Cities continued to keep the boys of summer off the diamond, forcing the postponement of the third straight Twins-White Sox game. The Yankees and Tigers were rained out Saturday in Detroit and had planned to play a double-header on Sunday, but the first game of Sundays twin bill was also postponed, leaving just the night game.

The prolonged wintry weather is starting to beat everybody down, said Erik Ordal, who lives in downtown Minneapolis and was taking his 3-month-old golden retriever puppy, Dakota, out for a walk in the snow. Ordal, who grew up in South Dakota, said he is used to the cold, snowy weather but Im certainly ready for some warmth.

Two northeastern Wisconsin communities, Tigerton and Big Falls, received more than 2 feet (60 centimeters) of snow over the weekend, the National Weather Service in Green Bay reported. Parts of the state that were already blanketed were getting a second helping of snow on Sunday. The heavy snow caused part of a hotel roof to collapse over a pool at a hotel in Ashwaubenon, which is next to Green Bay, but no one was in the pool area at the time, and no one was hurt.

The storm finally let up in South Dakota, allowing the airport in the states largest city, Sioux Falls, to reopen for the first time since Thursday. Interstates 90 and 29 in parts of eastern South Dakota also reopened, and no-travel advisories were lifted across the state border in southwestern Minneso...

00:20

Wait a second, don't WE have chemical weapons too? "IndyWatch Feed World"

"Chemical weapons are bad," spouts warmonger Sebastain Gorka. Yes, yet all the nations that participated in the bombing of Syria the US, UK, France, and Israel each have stockpiles of chemical weapons as well as nuclear weapons. The only one that won't admit to having nukes is Israel. But they were photographed and the whistle blower was jailed. But you see even when Israel undoubtedly built nuclear weapons, and even stole materiel and secrets from the US to do so, everyone is looking away. This way they don't have to sign a non proliferation treaty because they have never admitted to having hundreds of nuclear bombs. Israel has also used chemical weapons. The rained down White Phosphorus or MK77 on practically helpless Gaza during Operation Cast Lead in 2009. They used Depleted Uranium in 1973 and were the first country to do so. The US used both of these weapons in Iraq, particularly in Fallujah.

Sunday, 15 April

23:48

Suzanne sundfor (club mix) "IndyWatch Feed World"

 

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Susanne Aartun Sundfr is a Norwegian singer-songwriter and record producer. Born and raised in Haugesund, Sundfr embarked on her musical career two years prior to the release of her eponymous debut

 

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23:40

Analyst: US acting as 'ISIS air force' in Syria, spreads 'conscious, transparent lie' on chemical weapons "IndyWatch Feed World"

The massive missile strikes the US and allies conducted against Syria actually benefit terrorist groups, and prevented inspectors from proving if chemical weapons were used in Douma, international analysts told RT. Washington, London, and Paris used last week's alleged chemical attack in Douma, near Damascus, as the pretext for an early morning missile attack on civilian and military targets in Syria. The air invasion came just hours before a group of inspectors dispatched by the UN's Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) was scheduled to visit Douma in order to find out if any chemical weapons were used there. This made the timing even more suspicious, experts say. To Jim Jatras, a former US foreign service officer, "preventing a real investigation in Douma was one of the reasons for [the strike]." "So, the big hurry here is, in my opinion, is that you've got [OPCW] inspectors on the ground in Damascus now, ready to go now and confirm... there wasn't any attack."

23:37

Tackling the Dogma of Political Correctness "IndyWatch Feed World"

Over the past year, Jordan Peterson has shot into the public eye with his jihad against political correctness, using YouTube, the new medium for getting ones beliefs broadcast without corporations, governments and media gatekeepers censuring and burying ones new ideas. His ideas are radical, but more radically old than new. To him, cherished beliefs are mostly cherished because theyve worked for millennia, some actually hardwired in us, and we abandon them at our peril.

He asserts what he argues is his male, rational energy, taking no prisoners as he fights to save the English language from attempts to substitute gender neutral terms with theys and zhes and then forcing one and all (provincial premiers and profs included) to bow to the new golden calf. Language is important, as is marriage and respect for sex (not the amorphous gender). That is just part of his message, and he is now riding an angry, bucking herd of politically correct broncos. Peterson stares them down unapologetically.

Prairie boy makes good

Peterson grew up in a tiny village in northern Alberta, and gives a fascinating account of his youthful friendships, looking at his early life now through his psychiatrist lenses. His own maturing led from socialism till he turned 18 (he grew disenchanted with the NDP due to what he saw as a preponderance of the intellectual, tweed-wearing middle-class socialist who didnt like the poor; they just hated the rich) to well, some kind of conservatism, but not the neoliberalism which has poisoned both conservative and liberal politics. He also moved from a limp protestantism to a kind of spiritual agnosticism, though his conservative bent will please Catholics.

According to Wikipedia, his lectures at Harvard in the 1990s were highly admired by students. In July 1998, he returned to Canada and took up a post as a full professor of psychology at the University of Toronto, practicing as a clinical psychologist, and very public intellectual.

Peterson epitomizes the new type of newsmaker. His YouTube channel has gathered more than one million subscribers and his videos have received more than 48 million views as of April 2018. He used funds received via the crowdfunding website Patreon after he became embroiled in the Bill C-16 controversy...

23:33

War is a racket: Syria air strikes instantly add nearly $5 million to missile-makers' stock value "IndyWatch Feed World"

Raytheon stock surged Friday morning, after 59 of the company's Tomahawk missiles were used to strike Syria in Donald Trump's first major military operation as President. Trump ordered the airstrike on the Syrian government Thursday night in retaliation for a deadly chemical weapons attack on civilians earlier this week that killed as many as 100 people. The U.S. blamed the attack on the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. Comment: Just a pretext. The Douma "chemical weapon attack" was a fake. Fake News: US State Dept claims dozens may be dead in Douma, Syria from chemical weaponsDouma medics received no patients with signs of chemical poisoning, says Russian MoDUN says it's unable to 'independently verify allegations' of alleged chem attack in Douma The Tomahawk missile used in the strike is made by Raytheon, whose stock opened 2.5% higher Friday, adding more than $1 billion to the defense contractor's market capitalization.

War is a racket: Syria air strikes instantly add nearly $5 billion to missile-makers' stock value "IndyWatch Feed World"

Raytheon stock surged Friday morning, after 59 of the company's Tomahawk missiles were used to strike Syria in Donald Trump's first major military operation as President. Trump ordered the airstrike on the Syrian government Thursday night in retaliation for a deadly chemical weapons attack on civilians earlier this week that killed as many as 100 people. The U.S. blamed the attack on the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. Comment: Just a pretext. The Douma "chemical weapon attack" was a fake. Fake News: US State Dept claims dozens may be dead in Douma, Syria from chemical weapons Douma medics received no patients with signs of chemical poisoning, says Russian MoD UN says it's unable to 'independently verify allegations' of alleged chem attack in Douma The Tomahawk missile used in the strike is made by Raytheon, whose stock opened 2.5% higher Friday, adding more than $1 billion to the defense contractor's market capitalization.

23:18

Sylver longing to be forgiven "IndyWatch Feed World"

 

Sylver is a Belgian dance/pop group, which originally consists of lead vocalist Silvy De Bie and keyboardist/songwriter Wout Van Dessel. They were active between 2000 until 2014, when De Bie decided to focus on her solo career, but returned in 2016.

 

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23:09

Where on Earth is the Just Economy that works for all, Including Afghan Children? "IndyWatch Feed World"

Political and business leaders have refined the art and science of lying about the economy. From their suites, chauffeur-driven limousines, private yachts and jets, they arent too concerned about whether the economy works for everyone, except in speeches and elections. As they tuck into their next fine dining experience, they know that its easier and more profitable to mummify the paralysis of spectacular inequality.

How grossly and mathematically unjust is this inequality? In 2017, Oxfam calculated that the worlds eight richest individuals has as much wealth as the poorest half of the world.

We need only simple math to see through the financial subterfuge adults put on like power dressing. On the 11th of April 2018, David Daniel Oldfield, Asia Development Bank Principal Economist for Central and West Asia, said this of Afghanistans economy:

your economy is growing too slowly, if you have two percent growth that you had in some years, and your population growth is three percent or higher you cannot keep people out of poverty.

Afghan children who help carry the brunt of this poverty understand the complicity of all in this GDP charade, not through numbers, but through daily labour and universal conscience.

An April 2018 report by Afghanistan Human Rights Commission shows that of the 1.2 million child laborers in the country, 16 percent of them are subjected to some form of abuse, of which 43 percent is physical abuse.

In this context, it is revolutionary education and understanding at the Borderfree Street Kids School in Kabul that has enabled Habib to testify towards the end of a video:

Before this school, I had no particular hope in life. My hope was in money. I wanted to be the richest man in the world. Im gradually losing the desire for money. As I understood nonviolence and what it means, my interest in money diminished.

The revolution we need to save ourselves is to understand the fake-ness not only of news today, but the fake-ness and fable of todays monetary systems. The money we have manufactured is killing our own kind, and Mother Earth as well.

Habibs difficult story is not atypical. After Habibs father was killed in a suicide bomb attack 7 years ago, Habib started working in the streets to help make ends meet. For a miniscule fee, he had a weighing scale that showed passing pedestrians how obese or undernourished they were. He has gone thr...

23:07

Governmental hypocrisy: Will US ever finish destroying its stockpile of chemical weapons? "IndyWatch Feed World"

After signing the Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC) the US failed to destroy them by the 2012 deadline, with next deadline set for 2023. Russia who possessed the biggest stockpile among CWC signees (the US was the second biggest) completed the disposal process in 2017. The long dormant issue of chemical weapons was first "awakened" by the Syrian conflict, where these armaments were allegedly used. But the most recent chemical weapons scandal took place in the UK, where Russian ex-spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter were supposedly poisoned by the nerve agent A-234. Britain and other western countries have accused Moscow of the so-called "attack" on Skripal, although official investigations have yet to be concluded on the matter and Russia having completed the process of eliminating of chemical weapons in accordance with CWC. At the same time, not all signees to the convention did so on time, despite having the vast resources to do so, such as the US, who still needs to destroy the last 10% of its arsenal. Sputnik has gathered curious facts on the American chemical weapons disposal program.

23:04

Bush family spokesman: Former first lady Barbara Bush in failing health "IndyWatch Feed World"

Former first lady Barbara Bush is in "failing health" and won't seek additional medical treatment, a Bush family spokesman said Sunday. "Following a recent series of hospitalizations, and after consulting her family and doctors, Mrs. Bush, now age 92, has decided not to seek additional medical treatment and will instead focus on comfort care," spokesman Jim McGrath said in a news release.

23:03

Former First Lady Barbara Bush in Failing Health "IndyWatch Feed World"

HOUSTON Former first lady Barbara Bush is in failing health and wont seek additional medical treatment, a Bush family spokesman said Sunday.

Following a recent series of hospitalizations, and after consulting her family and doctors, Mrs. Bush, now age 92, has decided not to seek additional medical treatment and will instead focus on comfort care, spokesman Jim McGrath said in a news release.

McGrath did not elaborate as to the nature of Bushs health problems. She has been treated for decades for Graves disease, which is a thyroid condition.

It will not surprise those who know her that Barbara Bush has been a rock in the face of her failing health, worrying not for herself thanks to her abiding faith but for others, McGrath said. She is surrounded by a family she adores, and appreciates the many kind messages and especially the prayers she is receiving.

Bush is one of only two first ladies who was also the mother of a president. The other was Abigail Adams, wife of John Adams and mother of John Quincy Adams.

She married George H.W. Bush in 1945. They had six children and have been married longer than any presidential couple in American history.

Eight years after she and her husband left the White House, Mrs. Bush stood with her husband as their son George W. was sworn in as president.

Shes known for her white hair and her triple-strand fake pearl necklace.

Her brown hair began to gray in the 1950s, while her 3-year-old daughter Pauline, known to her family as Robin, underwent treatment for leukemia and eventually died in October 1953. She later said dyed hair didnt look good on her and credited the color to the publics perception of her as everybodys grandmother.

Her pearls sparked a national fashion trend when she wore them to her husbands inauguration in 1989. The pearls became synonymous with Bush, who later said she selected them to hide the wrinkles in her neck. The candid admission only bolstered her common-sense and down-to-earth public image.

Her 94-year-old husband also has had health issues in recent years.

In April 2017, the nations 41st president was hospitalized in Houston for two weeks for a mild case of pneumonia and chronic bronchitis. He was hospitalized months earlier, also for pneumonia, spent time in 2015 at a hospital in Maine, where he and his wife have a summer home in Kennebunkport, after falling and breaking a bone in his neck. In Houston in December 2014, he was treated for shortness of breath and spent Christmas 2012 in intensive care for a bronchitis-related cough and other issues.

Bush, who served as president from 1989 to 1993, has a form of Parkinsons disease and uses a motorized scooter or a wheelchair for mob...

22:57

Bloomberg's unhinged fantasy of the US' failed attack on Syria "IndyWatch Feed World"

President Donald Trump's outrage over another apparent chemical weapons attack by Syrian President Bashar al-Assad was clear. And for the second time in his presidency, the U.S. commander-in-chief demanded retaliation. As images of sick or dying children flooded global media all week, the U.S. guided-missile destroyer USS Winston Churchill churned toward the Mediterranean to join a flotilla of allied warships, including another U.S. destroyer, the USS Donald Cook. It was a ruse. Comment: The staged chemical weapons attack? Sure was: How London and the White Helmets Staged the Douma "Chemical Attack"Skripal Case Bombshell: Swiss Lab Reports 'BZ Toxin' Used In Salisbury - Chemical Not Produced In Russia, Only NATO States While both vessels carry as many as 90 Tomahawk missiles -- the main weapon used in the Friday evening strike on Syria -- neither ship in the end fired a shot. Instead, according to a person familiar with White House war planning, they were part of a plan to distract Russia and its Syrian ally from an assault Assad's government could do little to defend itself against. Comment: Quite the source you got there Bloomberg!

22:49

Suspicious Death Reported on Carnival Vista? "IndyWatch Feed World"

Carnival Vista Several passenger who disembarked from the Carnival Vista today stated that there was a suspicious death on the cruise ship near the end of the eight day cruise leaving from and returning to Miami.

One of the passengers stated that yesterday (Saturday) there was an announcement over the ship's intercom where a passenger's name (which I will keep anonymous) was repeatedly paged to report to guest services. The ship was approximately 20 miles from Cuba at the time. 

"I just debarked from Carnival Vista. There was a death on the 6th floor and they kept someone inside their cabin with security not allowing them to leave the room . . . There was a man with a black jacket that said Security sitting outside of the door with a walkie talkie and a clip board with a pen."   

The passenger sent me a number of photos and videos which she took of the of the cabin door sealed with a sign which stated: "DO NOT ENTER This is a secured area and can only be entered with authorization by the Captain or Staff Captain"

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Photo credit: Passenger Carnival Vista passenger (anonymous) 

22:41

A Look Into Non-violent Communication & How It Will Transform The World "IndyWatch Feed World"

By ALANNA KETLER, Collective Evolution

When I was first invited to a non-violent communication workshop, I thought the same thing that you might be thinking now, Im not a violent person and I dont ever intend to harm anyone with my words so why would I need to learn about this? Well, after learning about it, I can confidently say, trust me you do!

The label of non-violent communication seems pretty harsh, especially because it is just a term for our regular old ways of communicating, but once you understand what this is all about it becomes easy to see that how we communicate on a daily basis to our children, friends, family members and most importantly, ourselves, is actually damaging and can cause a whole slough of mental health issues that we may have otherwise not realized. Words are powerful, every word we speak is like putting an intention into the universe.

First, A Brief History Lesson

Founded by Dr. Marshall B. Rosenberg Ph.D., after growing up in a tremulous neighbourhood in Detroit Michigan, he developed an interest in developing new forms of communication that could provide peaceful alternatives to all of the violence that he encountered. His avid interest led to a doctorate in clinical psychology from the University of Wisconsin in 1961; combined with his experience and study of comparative religion, all led towards him developing the Nonviolent Communication (NVC) process. According to the official NVC website,

A dedicated teacher, peacemaker and visionary leader, Dr. Rosenberg led NVC workshops and international intensive trainings for tens of thousands of people in over 60 countries across the world and provided training and initiated peace programs in a number of war-torn areas including Rwanda, Burundi, Nigeria, Malaysia, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Sierra Leone, the Middle East, Colombia, Serbia, Croatia, and Northern Ireland. He worked...

22:41

Syrias Allies: Missile Strike Undercuts Hope for Peace "IndyWatch Feed World"

DAMASCUS, Syria The leaders of Russia, Iran and the Hezbollah group in Lebanon said Sunday that Western airstrikes on their ally, Syria, have complicated prospects for a political settlement to the countrys seven-year conflict.

A day after the U.S., Britain and France bombarded sites they said were linked to a chemical weapons program, Syrian President Bashar Assad appeared briefly on state TV, seemingly unfazed by the military action and even reportedly in high spirits.

He told a group of visiting Russian lawmakers that the strikes were accompanied by a campaign of lies and misinformation against Syria and Russia in the U.N. Security Council.

Moscow and Damascus are waging the same battles against terrorism and to protect international law based on respect of the sovereignty of countries and the wills of people, Assad said in comments carried by state media, an apparent jab at the three Western allies.

Russian lawmaker Dmitry Sablin, who met with Assad, said he appeared upbeat and believed the airstrikes would unify the country.

Russia and Iran have called the action a military crime and act of aggression. The U.N. Security Council rejected a Russian resolution calling for condemnation of the aggression by the U.S., France and Britain.

Russian President Vladimir Putin spoke by phone with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, and they agreed the Western airstrikes were an illegal action adversely impacting prospects for political settlement in Syria, a Kremlin statement said.

Putin said the actions violated the U.N. Charter and if they continue, it will inevitably entail chaos in international relations, the statement said.

The official IRNA news agency quoted Rouhani as saying The U.S. and some Western countries do not want Syria to reach permanent stability.

Iran and Russia should not allow the fire of a new tension to flare up in the region, Rouhani said, adding that the airstrikes were an invasion aimed at emboldening defeated terrorists, IRNA reported.

Hassan Nasrallah, the leader of Lebanons Hezbollah group that has hundreds of fighters backing Assads forces, said the airstrikes failed to terrorize or break the spirits of Syria and its allies.

Instead, he said, the attack bolstered the confidence of the Syrian army and its allies, as well as probably sinking the already-faltering U.N.-backed peace process on Syria in Geneva.

If the goal was to pressure Syria to expedite a political solution, I think what happened will complicate the political solution and will strain international relations and the Geneva track, if not torpedo Geneva altogether, Nasrallah told an election rally in Lebanon.

Nasrallah said...

22:40

US & Jordan Kick Off Chemical Drills Near Syrian Border "IndyWatch Feed World"

The United States and Jordan have just launched a joint chemical drill 50 Km south of Syria Codenamed Eager Lion, the a 12-day military exercise is taking place at the Joint Training Center in Amman and [...]

22:39

Boy riding ATV killed by cop after being tasered from his patrol car "IndyWatch Feed World"

It took nearly nine months and several petitions by the Detroit Free Press until Michigan State Police (MSP) and Detroit Police allowed the body camera and dash camera footage to be released showing the minutes leading up to and the hours following the tasing murder of Damon Grimes by MSP Trooper Mark Bessner. The 16 hours of recordings show the horror, outrage, and insensitive comments made by many officers on the scene. One video even recorded the moment of his death. As TFTP reported, Bessner attempted to force Grimes to pull his ATV off of the road by shooting his taser at him. The thoughtless plan backfired when Grimes apparently seized and slammed into the back of a parked pickup truck-killing him. The mid-August killing of the rising 9th grader stunned not only the community but Grimes' family who immediately began calling for justice. They also filed a $50 million lawsuit against the Michigan State Police and demanded an inquiry into the death of their beloved family member. Now, video has been released showing how this horrific incident unfolded.

22:37

US General Leaks Gov. Plan To Overthrow Syria, Start WWIII "IndyWatch Feed World"

US General Wesley Clark claims the U.S. government have long planned to overthrow Syrian president Bashar al Assad and start World War 3.   According to General Clark, when he worked in the Pentagon he saw [...]

22:34

Steal Something from Work Day 2018 : Three Stories of Employees Reclaiming What Is Theirs "IndyWatch Feed World"

April 15 is annual Steal Something from Work Day. Today, whether we like it or not, millions of employees around the world are stealing from their employers in a desperate bid to slow the process that is steadily expanding the gap between those who labor and those who profit. (Yes, even on a Sunday.) That makes it a good day to reflect on workplace theft. If you are confused about why people steal from their employers, review the Steal Something from Work Day FAQ or our colleagues text, How to Justify Workplace Theft. On the other hand, if you simply want to savor a few pulpy stories about workers who set out to get even, weve got just the thing for you.

Mind you, we dont endorse any of the following behavior. Were not trying to persuade you to drop a banner or engage in some kind of illegal activity! What wed like to see happen is for those who violently impose the prevailing system of property and profit on the rest of us to think better of what theyre doing and help us create a world in which stealing from work will be impossible because there are no such things as property, work, or theft. Change their hearts and minds! Failing that, we hope youll enjoy the following (surely fictitious!) tales of risk and reclamation.

For more resources and other such stories, consult past Steal Something from Work Day commemorations:

22:29

CEO Of Child Sex Trafficking Site Given FBI Award By Mueller "IndyWatch Feed World"

Special Counsel Robert Mueller awarded BackPage.com CEO Carl Ferrer an FBI award for working in an investigative capacity with the bureau.  In 2011, Mueller bestowed the CEO of one of Americas biggest child sex trafficking [...]

22:28

Tributes to Victims Mark 5th Anniversary of Boston Marathon Attack "IndyWatch Feed World"

BOSTON It was a day filled with service and commemorations in honor of victims and survivors of the deadly Boston Marathon bombings five years ago.

Boston began the fifth anniversary of the attacks Sunday with Mayor Marty Walsh and Gov. Charlie Baker laying wreaths early in the morning at the spots along downtown Boylston Street where two bombs killed three spectators and maimed more than 260 others April 15, 2013.

Both addressed families and survivors at a private ceremony inside the Boston Public Library.

On April 15, 2013, our city changed forever but over the last five years, we have reclaimed hope. We have reclaimed the finish line and Boston has emerged with a new strength, a resilience rooted in love, Walsh said.

Jane and Henry Richard, siblings of the youngest victim Martin Richard, and members of the familys foundation, also spoke.

Henry Richard urged those listening to follow Martins message to choose kindness and do more. The familys foundation was founded in 2014 to connect young people with opportunities for volunteerism and community engagement.

Victim Lu Lingzis uncle, Sherman Yee, was present at the ceremony and private gathering. He said, The family has been overwhelmed by love and support from all over the world.' He called Lingzi an extraordinary girl who represented the youth that come to the U.S. from China to study.

While she didnt realize her dreams, as her family we invest in the youths through our foundation to keep her memory going, he said.

The bombs also killed 29-year-old Krystle Campbell, of Arlington. Massachusetts Institute of Technology police officer Sean Collier was killed in the line of duty during a confrontation with bomber Tamerlan Tzarneav.

Roxanne Simmonds was at commemorative ceremonies to honor her son, fallen Boston police officer Dennis Simmonds. Simmonds suffered a head injury on April 19, 2013, during a shootout with Dzhokhar and Tamerlan Tsarnaev as law enforcement closed in on them.

He suffered a fatal brain aneurysm a year later assessed to be the result of his injuries from the explosive device. Roxanne Simmonds said DJ was brilliant and fearless he just loved Boston.

The youngest graduate of his class at Lasell College, Dennis Simmonds worked in Mattapan as an officer.

It was important for him to be in a community with men and women who look like him, his mother said. Individuals of color working hard to make sure their communities were safe. She praised Walsh, saying that it was obvious how significant the victims are to the mayor.

Arreen Andrew, of Boston, said she was in the crowd across the stand when the first bomb went off in 2013.

It...

22:27

China's Xi to Trump: 'Arrogance will get you nowhere' - "peaceful development and cooperation" are key "IndyWatch Feed World"

China's President Xi Jinping had a message for his US counterpart Donald Trump this week: "Arrogance will get you nowhere." He added that cooperation and dialogue were the only way forward to resolve disputes in today's world. Xi was speaking about trade and commerce, but his remarks have wider resonance as the Trump administration high-handedly ratchets up dangerous political tensions towards Russia, Iran and the Middle East. "The Cold War and zero-sum mentality looks out of place in today's world," said the Chinese president. "Arrogance or only focusing one's own interests will get nowhere. Only peaceful development and cooperation can truly bring win-win or all-win results," added Xi, while addressing the Boao Forum for Asia in China's southern province of Hainan. Comment: Former OSCE official: US, UK & France 'same attitude as Hitler' want "to create their own world where they can do what they want"

22:27

Sonia Barrett: The Human Game-A Series-Part 1 "IndyWatch Feed World"

 

Sonia Barret's website: http://www.therealsoniabarrett.com/

We begin a series with researcher/author/lecturer, Sonia Barret. The Human Game...what is it, how is it played, what are the rules...did we consent to be in it. This'll take a while to unravel. As a patron you will get it all. Thanks! for your support.

This is the first hour of the interview, which we provide FREE to the public. If you like this show, and want more, consider supporting at:
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22:25

Sweden Launches Worlds First Electric Road That Charges Cars As They Drive "IndyWatch Feed World"

By Amanda Froelich Truth Theory

By 2030, Sweden aims to reduce its dependence on fossil fuels by 70 percent. Days ago, the country took a big step toward achieving its goal.

Sweden is now the first country in the world to have an electrified road that recharges the batteries of vehicles driving on it. Electric rail has been embedded into the nearly 2 km (1.2 miles) of public road which is located near Stockholm.

According to The Guardian, this is just the first stretch of road intended to be built. The governments roads agency has already drafted a national map which outlines future expansion. By embedding electric rail into the road, Sweden seeks to tackle the problem of keeping electric vehicles charged....

22:23

WikiLeaks Cable: We Must Destroy Syria By All Means Available "IndyWatch Feed World"

Saudi Arabias long term strategy in Syria has always been to pursue regime change by all means available, according to a WikiLeaks cable.  Hours after the US-led missile strikes on Syria last week, WikiLeaks published [...]

22:22

Newly-developed Device Is 100% Successful At Protecting Swimmers From Sharks "IndyWatch Feed World"

By Amanda Froelich Truth Theory

Summer is right around the corner in the Northern Hemisphere. You know what that means shark attacks will soon be on the rise. Fortunately, a newly-developed device is 100% successful at protecting swimmers and surfers from the predatory fish.

Associate Professor Dr. Nathan Hart of Macquarie University invented the device, which is  overwhelmingly successful at deterring sharks. His solution wasnt shark repellents, acoustic devices, fake fins, sprays, or color-changing boards, but LED lights.

Said Dr. Hart: Were trying to use lights, which is a strategy of counter-illumination, to break up the silhouette of a surfer as seen from below by a shark, and hopefully use this to prevent sharks from coming up and investigating people on the boards.

ABC News reports that the LED lights can be attached to the underside of the board or incorporated into the board itself. Says Hart: From the sharks perspective, when they look up they see a silhouette, [human surfers] look a lot like their natural prey, whi...

22:18

CDC Report: 7 Out Of 8 Flu Deaths Caused By Influenza Vaccine "IndyWatch Feed World"

A new CDC report reveals that 7 out of 8 people who died of flu-related deaths had all received the current influenza vaccine. The report confirms claims that the use of flu-related medications such as [...]

22:16

Researchers Develop Implant Designed To Help You Quit Drinking "IndyWatch Feed World"

By Fattima Mahdi Truth Theory

For many of us, drinking alcohol is pretty much synonymous with socialising. We enjoy drinking with friends on the weekend, at christmas parties, or with evening meals. However, the misuse of alcohol can have serious implications for individuals, communities and society in general. In light of this, researchers at the University of California San Diego (UCSD) have developed a new alcohol-monitoring implant, a biosensor that can be implanted under the skin to help people quit drinking.

So how does it work? Well, when a person fitted with the device drinks alcohol, an enzyme coating the sensor will produce a chemical byproduct, this sends a wireless signal to a wearable technology, which powers the sensor. The ultimate goal of this work is to develop a routine, unobtrusive alcohol and drug monitoring device for patients in substance abuse treatment programs, lead researcher Drew Hall.

The researchers have tested the implant in the lab and plan on testing it further on animal models before moving forward with human tests. The researchers are also hoping that they can use the implant to test for other substances.

Though the implant sounds like a good idea, it does raise some privacy concerns. The sensor is fitted inside a persons body and researchers arent yet sure if it can be removed with ease. In addition, if the implant becomes a legal requirement for convicted criminals to wear then this could spark even more controversy. Of course, the alcohol-monitoring device is in its early stages of development but it is important to note the possible future implicatio...

22:16

U.S. to Hit Russia With New Sanctions Over Syria "IndyWatch Feed World"

WASHINGTON President Trump on Sunday defended his use of the phrase Mission Accomplished to describe a U.S.-led missile attack on Syrias chemical weapons program, even as his aides stressed continuing U.S. troop involvement and plans for new economic sanctions against Russia for enabling the government of Bashar Assad.

Stepping up the pressure on Syrias president, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley indicated the sanctions to be announced Monday would be aimed at sending a message to Russia, which she said has blocked six attempts by the U.N. Security Council to make it easier to investigate the use of chemical weapons.

Everyone is going to feel it at this point, Haley said, warning of consequences for Assads foreign allies.

The international community will not allow chemical weapons to come back into our everyday life, she said. The fact he was making this more normal and that Russia was covering this up, all that has got to stop.

In an early-morning tweet, Trump said the strike was perfectly carried out and that the only way the Fake News Media could demean was by my use of the term Mission Accomplished. He added that he knew the media would seize on the phrase, but said it should be used often. It is such a great Military term, it should be brought back, he wrote.

Trump tweeted Mission Accomplished on Saturday after U.S., French and British warplanes and ships launched more than 100 missiles nearly unopposed by Syrian air defenses. While he declared success, the Pentagon said the pummeling of three chemical-related facilities left enough others intact to enable the Assad government to use banned weapons against civilians if it chooses.

His choice of words recalled a similar claim associated with President George W. Bush following the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq. Bush addressed sailors aboard a Navy ship in May 2003 alongside a Mission Accomplished banner, just weeks before it became apparent that Iraqis had organized an insurgency that would tie down U.S. forces for years.

On Sunday, Haley made clear the United States wont be pulling troops out of Syria right away, saying U.S. involvement there is not done.

Haley said the three U.S. goals for accomplishing its mission are making sure chemical weapons are not used in a way that could harm U.S. national interests; that the Islamic State group is defeated; and that there is a good vantage point to watch what Iran is doing.

Were not going to leave until we know weve accomplished those things, she said.

Haley said the joint military strike put a heavy blow into their chemical weapons program, setting them back years and reiterated that if Assad uses poison gas again, the United S...

22:06

SAS Chief: Nobody Believes Assad Used Chemical Weapons "IndyWatch Feed World"

The former head of Britains Special Forces says that nobody in the military believes that President Assad was behind the chemical attack in Douma.  Major General Jonathan Shaw challenged the mainstream narrative that suggests Assad [...]

22:05

China: US Strikes Against Syria A False Flag "IndyWatch Feed World"

China has slammed Washington over the illegal airstrikes in Syria, claiming the entire US attack on Syria was a false flag.   In a front-page OpEd in the state-owned Global Times, Chinese officials point out that [...]

22:04

12 Safest Countries If WW3 Breaks Out "IndyWatch Feed World"

Where would you be the safest if World War 3 broke out tomorrow? Perhaps its a grim subject, but safety and distance from world conflict can be a motivating factor in your choice to expatriate. At the very least, conflict around the world can weigh heavy on the soul, and its nice to know there are some places still left in the world where you might be left in peace.

Here are the 12 best places to live if you want to escape world conflict.

Costa Rica

Costa Rica has a stable democracy, a disbanded military and a national policy of neutrality. It also ranks highly on the Global Peace Index, Happy Planet Index, and Life Satisfaction Index. Although it sits in the middle of a tumultuous region, there are far worse places to sit in peace as the world goes down in flames all around.

Canada

Canada is the second largest nation in the world, yet it only shares a land border with one other country the U.S.A. and it is a peaceful border. That means there is a great expanse to escape to if need be. Furthermore, Canada has few world enemies, ranks consistently high on the Global Peace Index, and is relatively homogeneous.

Finland

Finland has a long history of desiring to stay out of international conflicts, is recognized as neutral and always ranks in the top 10 of the Global Peace Index. Its northerly location also typically means the remote areas of this country are a perfect place to disappear.

Bhutan

Landlocked among the Himalaya mountains, Bhutan is one of the most isolated nations in the world. It also showcases one of the most stable balances in the world between modernization and retention of ancient culture. Its religious population believes in a peaceful resolution to all conflict, and although it sits in a troubled region, it remains protected by its geography.

Chile

At the southernmost tip of South America, theres a Chilean city called Punta Arenas. Its the furthest possible point from any nuclear state. Its relative ease of access to Antarctica also makes Chile an ideal location to weather the world war storm.

Switzerland

Switzerlands long...

22:01

Activist lawyer burned himself to death to protest 'global warming' - amidst record cold around the planet "IndyWatch Feed World"

A "green" activist who was a pioneering lawyer for gay and transgender rights - including in the notorious "Boys Don't Cry" rape murder case - committed suicide by setting himself on fire Saturday morning in Brooklyn's Prospect Park in a grisly act of protest against the ecological destruction of the Earth. David Buckel, 60, left behind a charred corpse and a typed suicide note that said he was burning himself to death using "fossil fuel" to reflect how mankind was likewise killing itself, police sources said. He left the note in a manila envelope marked "To The Police," recovered from inside a black metal pushcart he discarded at the scene.

22:00

Nikki Haley: U.S. To Impose Sanctions On Russia Over False Flag Chemical attack "IndyWatch Feed World"

U.S. Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley announced on Sunday that Washington would impose new sanctions on Russia, following the false flag chemical attack in Syria last week. It appears that US foreign policy is [...]

22:00

The Clinton Mafia: Comey isn't the first to compare a president to a mob boss "IndyWatch Feed World"

If former FBI Director James Comey believes he's the first official to liken a president's actions to that of the mafia, he would be sorely wrong. In Comey's new book he says President Donald Trump worked for months to secure his loyalty through a series of meetings and phone calls during the transition period and compared the president to a mob boss, according to ABC News, which received an early copy of the book scheduled for release next week. The same happened to former President Bill Clinton. In fact, there was insurmountable evidence that came to light in the final weeks of Clinton's 1996 campaign involving a Chinese fundraising scandal that plagued Clinton's election and involved an FBI investigation, as well as Congressional hearings.

21:59

Putin to Arab League summit: Russia is ready for cooperation in Iraq and Syria recovery efforts "IndyWatch Feed World"

Moscow is prepared to join forces with the Arab League in an effort to help Iraq and Syria recover from protracted wars, Russian President Vladimir Putin said. He also urged that Arab nations' sovereignty be respected. "Russia is ready for a multifaceted cooperation with the Arab League in order to ensure regional security," Putin said on Sunday in an address to the 22-member alliance. The Russian president said defeating Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS) in many parts of Iraq and Syria provides an opening for "boosting political reconciliation and post-conflict reconstruction in these countries, [and] solving pressing humanitarian issues." It is essential to continue combatting terrorism in the region, but "unconditional respect" of Arab nations' sovereignty and territorial integrity are also important, Putin stated, adding that it is impossible to make lasting peace in the Middle East without finding "a fundamental solution" to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

21:58

UN ambassador Haley: US won't remove troops from Syria until goals accomplished "IndyWatch Feed World"

The US will not pull its troops out of Syria until its goals are accomplished there, Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley said. This comes after Washington carried out airstrikes in Syria in response to an alleged chemical attack. US currently has over 2,000 troops in Syria and a number of contractors. While it is America's goals to see the troops come home, "we are not going to leave until we know we have accomplished those things," she told Fox News Sunday. Haley added that the US wants to ensure that chemical weapons are not used in a way that is of risk to US interests, Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS) is defeated, and Iran's actions are monitored. "Be very clear, if we leave, when we leave, it will be because we know that everything is moving forward," Haley added. Asked about US-Russia relations, she said they are "very strained," but the US still hopes to mend ties. At the same time, the US envoy to the UN ruled out any bilateral contacts with the Syrian government, saying that Washington would not "have any one-on-one talks" with Damascus. On Saturday Haley said that the US' guns are "locked and loaded," and that Washington will not hesitate to strike if a chemical attack in Syria takes place again. Comment: Prime setup for an Israeli false flag...?

21:57

Trump blasts the FBI in Twitter tirade - 'Attorney-client privilege a thing of the past' "IndyWatch Feed World"

US President Donald Trump has taken a break from this weekend's bombing of Syria to once again decry the federal investigation into one of his many, many lawyers, whose offices were raided earlier this week. Trump made the remarks in reference to the FBI raids on the offices of attorney Michael Cohen on Tuesday. Many of Cohen's private business records and correspondences were seized in the raid, ostensibly launched under the guise of a bank fraud investigation. "Attorney Client privilege is now a thing of the past. I have many (too many!) lawyers and they are probably wondering when their offices, and even homes, are going to be raided with everything, including their phones and computers, taken. All lawyers are deflated and concerned!" Trump wrote. Earlier in the week, Cohen's own attorney, Todd Harrison, tried and failed to obtain a temporary restraining order to prevent investigators from sifting through the potentially "thousands of privileged communications." Harrison was accused by prosecutors of employing delaying tactics, but US District Judge Kimba Wood ordered Cohen to appear in court Monday after three separate hearings on Friday.

21:56

20+ Images from Korean Artist Heong Jeoung That Capture the Magical Feeling of Falling in Love "IndyWatch Feed World"

There is only one happiness in this life, to love and be loved. George Sand

The beautiful experience of falling in love is one that has inspired movies, music, artwork, and literature. It is a magic that defies explanation, and yet one that so many attempt to put into words. It brings a smile to your face, makes your heart race, and sends a tingling sensation through your skin with each touch. While you may not be able to clearly state why it feels so right, you know without a doubt that it is, and you would do anything to stay in that moment. Its a sense of euphoria, and you cant get enough of it.

While movies do a phenomenal job of capturing the grand gestures of love at its most extreme and dramatic moments, they fail to cover the real beauty of love, the small, simple and yet incredibly meaningful moments that make up our day to day lives. This could be something as small as walking together hand in hand in the rain, making your partners morning coffee, or curling up together at home to watch your favorite show on Netflix. True love isnt just about the overly dramatic declarations and elaborate dates, its about finding someone who brings joy and happiness to your day to day life.

This understated beauty is exactly what South Korean artist Hyocheon Jeong set out to capture through her beautiful artwork. Each of her pictures speaks to those special moments that a couple shares, where the rest of the world melts away and they are together in their own little world. Her Instagram account has captivated people from around the world attracting over 100,000 followers and counting.

Here is a collection of our favorite magical moments as depicted by Hyocheon Jeong:

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21:56

Corbyn asks 'where's the legal basis' for Syria missile strikes? "IndyWatch Feed World"

UK opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn has challenged the British government's legal basis for carrying out missile strikes on Syria, labelling the "humanitarian" justification "legally debatable." The Labour leader said Prime Minister Theresa May decided to participate in the US-led strikes sometime last week and should have recalled Parliament to have a debate and vote on the issue. Speaking on the Andrew Marr Show on the BBC, Corbyn then hit out at the government citing humanitarian reasons to launch the missiles describing the argument as a "legally debatable concept." "It looked awfully to me as though the prime minister was more interested in following Donald Trump's lead than anything else. This is policy made up by Twitter." Corbyn also said he can only countenance involvement in Syria if there is a United Nations authority behind it and urged Trump to engage with Russian President Vladimir Putin to find a diplomatic solution to the crisis.

21:55

Putin and Erdogan to intensify bilateral cooperation on Syria "IndyWatch Feed World"

Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan held a phone conversation on Saturday, during which they discussed missile strikes of the United States and its allies on Syria and agreed to intensify bilateral cooperation aimed at political settlement of the Syrian crisis. "The Russian and the Turkish sides proceed from the fact that in the light of what has happened it is necessary to intensify bilateral cooperation aimed at real progress in the process of a political settlement in Syria," the Kremlin press statement says. During the conversation, the parties discussed the tensions around Syria, which escalated as a result of the missile strikes conducted by the United States and its allies, it added. "The Russian president stressed that the actions of a group of Western countries grossly violate the UN Charter and the fundamental norms and principles of international law," Kremlin said. On Friday night, the United States, France, and the United Kingdom launched strikes on a number of targets in Syria in response to the alleged chemical incident in the Damascus' suburb of Duma. According to the Russian Defense Ministry, the three countries fired over 100 cruise and air-to-surface missiles, most of which were shot down by Syrian air defense. Putin described the attacks as an act of aggression against a sovereign state, noting that neither Russian military experts nor local residents confirmed the fact of a chemical attack, which became a pretext for strikes.

21:55

France leads its own secret war in Syria, goals lie far from US aims "IndyWatch Feed World"

French euro-sceptic and left-wing politicians are falling on the country's government for following the US's lead, as it took part in airstrikes and betrayed its interests. According to a recent report, the French security services have secretly been fighting Daesh in Syria to counter the terror threat at home. French Secret War on Terror A recent report by the French outlet Le Figaro has revealed that France has perpetrated its own secret war against Daesh in Syria and Iraq for several years. It targeted the militants, who came to fight there from France, as the authorities want to prevent French-made jihadists from returning to their homeland. There have been about 1,700 such fighters registered; 300 of them have already returned to France and are on the watch list. Hundreds are detained and at least 300 were killed. According to the media, there are two special groups within both the French military intelligence and interior security services listing targets for elimination. Orders concerning especially valuable members of terror groups of French origin are reported to come from the highest state level. From 2013 till 2017, at least 50 such targets were killed.

21:54

Ryabkov on West-sponsored UNSC draft: 'We have our own red line' "IndyWatch Feed World"

Russia has its own 'red lines' regarding a UN Security Council resolution on Syria, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov said, adding that Moscow is going to study the draft by the US, UK, and France with a critical eye. It is going to be "very difficult" for the Security Council member states to find a compromise on the Syrian resolution, Ryabkov warned. "I don't want to make assumptions on how the work will go on, but one has to understand that we have obvious 'red lines.' Probably, there are some kind of important 'red lines' for the Western group as well." "We're going to evaluate the proposal of the Western troika with a critical eye. We don't decide anything for ourselves in advance - if there are reasonable elements there, we're going to work on them," he said. The deputy foreign minister added that Moscow will use all possible means to pull relations with the West out of a dangerous "political nosedive." The channels of communication between Moscow and Washington are still open, he said.

21:53

Karma and Your Zodiac Signs, What Does Saturn Retrograde Hold for Your Zodiac Sign? "IndyWatch Feed World"

Saturn is going to be going into retrograde in just a couple days (April 17th) and will be in retrograde for quite some time. With that comes double Karma and you need to be aware of what might be headed your way.

Below you will find a list of all the zodiac signs and what this retrograde might mean for them. Do not fear the retrograde but do plan for it. Take this advice and be mindful of the energies at play. There is far more going on in the world than most realize.

Aries

You will not be affected too terribly by this retrograde but you should use this time wisely. You are going to be slowing down a lot in the months to come and for a good reason. Stop stressing so much.

Taurus

You are going to be questioning things during this retrograde. You may even end up feeling as if you have settled in life and by the end of things you will know what needs to be done. Do not force yourself into anything you dont want. Take some time to get yourself in order while thinking things through.

Gemini

You are going to be facing a lot of uncertainty during this retrograde but if you can push through it will all be alright. Stop wasting your time with unrealistic shit and get moving. You may feel like a new routine is needed and so trying out something different could be the key to figuring shit out.

Cancer

You are going to be facing a lot of terrible things during this retrograde. You may actually be one of the signs affected the most. Keep your head up and remember that just because something doesnt work out doesnt mean there is something wrong with you. Not everyone is meant to stay in our lives.

Leo

You are also going to be relaxing more during this retrograde but you should be aware of who you allow into your life. Some very negative people may be a bit too close. Spend some time working to correct your mistakes before moving forward in life.

Virgo

This retrograde is going to be quite positive for you. You are going to be up in the clouds and feeling better than ever but you need to really work hard on the projects headed your way. If you try to start slacking everything you have been working towards will melt away.

Libra

You should stop wasting time and take things into your own hands. Dont get me wrong you will be more relaxed during this retrograde but you should not be letting it get the best of you. Just because you are able to relax doesnt mean you should stop focusing on the tasks at hand. Do not let yourself get behind.

Scorpio

You are going to feel like you have been shoved through a blender during this retrograde. Your insecurities ar...

21:53

Trump destroyed his presidency lying 23 times in 7 minutes to the American people "IndyWatch Feed World"

It was clear from the first few minutes of War secretary Mattis's press conference last night that these strikes were going to be symbolic. They change nothing on the ground militarily. Russia's threat to respond worked - the US essentially backed down. Far more important is the damage Trump did to himself politically. One can only guess at the pressures brought to bear on him to take this suicidal (politically) act. I'm starting to think that this whole charade, starting with the Skripal poisoning a month ago, was an elaborate plot to mortally damage his presidency, not to achieve anything in Syria - well, if so, the plotters have succeeded. Trump has said and done many things that can hurt him over the past 18 months, but nothing as bad as standing up in front of the American people, and with great solemnity and invoking WW1 gassings, 'nobility' of warriors, prayer, and all this sort of talk, telling one whopping lie after another, looking straight into the camera. He knows they are lies, and a good chunk of the American electorate knows they are - I'm guessing 30% of the whole, and a good 50% of his base. That is not something you can come back from. He just burned his bridges with a lot of people who think telling the truth is important. [Transcript below and lies are highlighted.]

21:52

Correa: Assange's days in the Ecuadorian Embassy are numbered "IndyWatch Feed World"

It has been over two weeks since the Ecuadorian government silenced award-winning WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange, and former President Rafael Correa is now warning that his days inside the embassy are numbered. According to a report from ABC International, Correa told reporters during a meeting with the media at the International Press Club of Madrid that current Ecuadorian President Lenin Moreno is caving to pressure from the United States. Correa claimed that at the first sign of pressure from the United States, Lenin will throw the heroic publisher out of the embassy where he was granted political asylum in 2012. Assange has been residing at the embassy for nearly six years, over concerns that the UK government will arrest him and extradite him to the US for the apparent crime of committing journalism. Ecuador attempted to give Assange diplomatic status last year after making him an official citizen, but the UK rejected it.

21:51

Israel refuses Ghana MP access to occupied territories, denies Palestine exists "IndyWatch Feed World"

"There is no OPT, there is no Palestine, there was never Palestine," says Israeli Ambassador to Ghana Israeli Ambassador to Ghana Ami Mehel angrily denied the existence of Palestine in a radio interview yesterday following Israel's decision to bar a Ghana MP from entering the country this week. Mehel flew into a rage after being questioned by a journalist as to why Ghanaian parliamentarian Ras Mubarak was prevented from entering the occupied territories via the Allenby Crossing, despite having been granted a visa. The use of the term "oPt", an acronym for the occupied Palestinian territories, prompted Mehel to refuse to answer the question if the journalist used such terminology. "Excuse me lady, excuse me! You said something that is unacceptable for me. If you want to talk to me, you will use the terminology that I use," he demanded. "There is no OPT, there is no Palestine, there was never Palestine. It's Israel, he wants to enter Israel!" The ambassador denied that Mubarak had been granted a permit to enter the country and claimed that the MP was told to wait while Israeli authorities investigated the situation but that he left the crossing early of his own accord. Mehel further claimed that Mubarak had lied about the incident because he is "a propaganda machinery of the Palestinian authorities. He never asked for a visa ... its b***ls***t, its propaganda!" Mehl insisted, before being asked to control his language.

21:49

U of Sydney academics back BDS as Israel guns down Palestinian protesters "IndyWatch Feed World"

Dozens of academics at the University of Sydney have declared their support for the Palestinian-led Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement, reported The Australian. According to the paper, the move comes as a response to the lethal crackdown by Israeli occupation forces on Palestinian protesters in the Gaza Strip. The Australian notes that signatories to the BDS pledge say they "will not attend conferences sponsored by Israeli universities, participate in academic exchange schemes, or otherwise collaborate professionally with Israeli universities until the stated goals have been fulfilled." The BDS campaign, describes the paper, is an international movement "inspired by the success of boycotts in bringing an end to apartheid in South Africa". Nick Riemer, a senior lecturer in English and linguistics at the University of Sydney and a member of its BDS group, "said the response from fellow academics was encouraging" and expressed his hope that the pledge would spread to other Australian universities. "People are already talking at Melbourne about the possibility of something like this," he said. According to the Sydney BDS website, some 40 academics have currently endorsed the pledge.

21:44

China slams US for its history of launching wars based on lies "IndyWatch Feed World"

While the lack of retaliation by Russia to Trump's Friday night Syrian airstrikes surprised some, Russia defended its stance of shrugging in response (and not escalating to full blown world war), by asserting that Soviet-made missiles intercepted more than half of the 105 cruise missiles fired at three Syrian facilities (the Pentagon denied any missiles were hit), and that the US, UK and French blitz was generally less aggressive than most had feared, perhaps thanks to extensive advance warnings by Trump that an attack was imminent. Yet if Russia's managed response is understandable, one country whose vocal outcry to US strikes has been a surprise, is China. As we reported yesterday, China was the first superpower outside those directly involved to slam the US airstrikes: "Any unilateral military action violates the United Nations charter and its principles and international law and its principles. [The strikes] are also going to add more factors to complicate the resolution of the Syrian crisis," Chinese foreign ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying said in a statement on Saturday afternoon. Beijing also called for an investigation into claims of a Syrian poison gas attack on the rebel-held town of Douma that rescuers and monitors say killed more than 40 people, and prompted the Western action: "The Chinese side believes a comprehensive, impartial and objective investigation should be conducted into the suspected chemical attacks and it should come up with reliable conclusions ... Before this, no conclusion by any side should be made," Hua said.

21:38

Rampant racism: Pool party organizers at California college ban white people from event "IndyWatch Feed World"

A private college in California will be hosting a pool party later today at which white people will be excluded, with only "people who identify as POC" permitted to attend. Comment: If women can identify as men, can't white people identify as POC? "POC" stands for "person of color." The event will take place at Scripps College's Sallie Tiernan Field House pool, according to The Claremont Independent. A Facebook announcement of the event lists the party as being hosted by Caf Con Leche, a student group identified in the post as "the badass Latinx at Scripps." "Bring your chanclas and the homies over to our nice ass resort pool, LET'S TAKE UP SPACE," the announcement reads, advertising the event as "a safe space for...students that identify as POC to come together and build community." "Enjoy some yummy snacks, tunes that slappp, and the company of other POC," the listing reads. The announcement also advises attendees to anticipate "an anonymous Google form to notify us of people we should keep out !"

21:36

African porcupine outwits seven lions "IndyWatch Feed World"

This video from Kruger National Park South Africa says about itself:

10 April 2018

If I told you 7 male lions were after prey, youd think that the prey is long gone This porcupine definitely has luck and experience on its side to be able to teach 7 male lions a lesson!

Hennie Bekker (36), Director at Private Kruger Safaris, caught this action on camera. He told Latessightings.com: We headed out in a South Easterly direction from Lower Sabie and at first there was only general game. We spotted a jackal hanging around close to the vehicle and then suddenly heard a rattling sound. We looked around to see where the sound was coming from and noticed 7 young lions trying to corner a porcupine.

I was very eager to see what was going on as I have spent a lot of time in the Kruger Park and rarely ever encountered a porcupine, so to see the lions interacting with the porcupine was definitely exciting. It was astounding to see how all these lions were unable to get the upper hand on the porcupine, as the porcupine cleverly kept his back towards them at all times. After a few good minutes, the lions gave up as they realised they were not getting anywhere and the game was over! The lions then moved on to drink water and walked off into the darkness and the porcupine lived to see another amazing day in Kruger.

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21:34

US State Dept Claims To Have Proof Assad Was Behind Chemical Attack But Its Classified "IndyWatch Feed World"

The US State Department claims to have proof that the Syrian government was behind the alleged chemical attack in Douma last weekend. However, they have refused to make the evidence public because the intelligence is [...]

21:31

DOJ releases report that led to firing of FBI's McCabe - leaking and lying to FBI about it "IndyWatch Feed World"

Andrew McCabe, onetime acting FBI director, leaked a self-serving story to the press and later lied about it to his boss and federal investigators, prompting a stunning fall from grace that ended in his firing last month, says a bombshell report released Friday by the Justice Department's internal watchdog. Inspector General Michael Horowitz, appointed by President Barack Obama, had been reviewing FBI and DOJ actions leading up to the 2016 presidential election. The report, handed over to Congress on Friday and obtained by Fox News, looked at a leak to The Wall Street Journal about an FBI probe of the Clinton Foundation. The report says that McCabe authorized the leak and then misled investigators about it, leaking in a way that did not fall under a "public interest" exception. DOJ IG releases explosive report that led to firing of ex-FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe by Fox News on Scribd

21:21

Former OSCE official: US, UK & France 'same attitude as Hitler' want "to create their own world where they can do what they want" "IndyWatch Feed World"

The missile strikes on Syria are another step by the US, the UK and France toward creating they own global order, where they can do what they want without answering to the UN, Willy Wimmer, former OSCE Assembly vice-head, told RT. "Since the illegal war against Yugoslavia in 1999, they [the US, the UK and France] want to have their own international structure," Wimmer said. "They want to destroy the Charter of the UN. They are no longer interested in having an international organization, which can work. And, therefore, they do their utmost to create their own world where they can do what they want to do." The US and its allies carried out an attack on Syria without sanction from the UN Security Council, blaming the Syrian government for an alleged chemical attack in Douma that was reported by rebel-linked groups, and without waiting for an investigation by the Organization for Prohibition of Chemical Weapons. The former OSCE official warned about the danger of undermining the Security Council, saying that the organization "is the only chance for the globe not to enter a period of ongoing wars."

21:13

British people against Trumps, Mays war "IndyWatch Feed World"

This video from London, England says about itself:

STOP THE WAR DONT BOMB SYRIA Demo, Friday 13 April 2018 LONDON UK NO 10 DOWNING STREET

By Peter Lazenby in Britain:

Monday, April 16, 2018

Corbyn demands MPs have final say on war

May didnt bother to consult Parliament before joining Trumps and Macrons strikes

LABOUR demanded the introduction of a War Powers Act today to force a parliamentary vote before military actions are launched, as the row over Theresa Mays illegal bombing of Syria continued to escalate.

The call by Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn comes as thousands mobilised for nationwide protests against the attack, including an emergency demonstration in London, where MPs are returning to Parliament after their Easter break.

A poll showed only 30 per cent of people in Britain supported the attack, which was directly authorised by Prime Minister Theresa May without consulting MPs.

Mr Corbyn said: Theresa May should have sought parliamentary approval, not...

21:05

US, UK and France's missiles failed to enter anti-air defense zones says Russian Defense Ministry "IndyWatch Feed World"

None of the missiles that were launched by the US and its allies entered Russian air defense zones that protect facilities in Tartus and Khmeimim, the Russian Defense Ministry said. Warplanes and vessels of the US Air Force, together with French and UK allies, "launched a missile strike on civilian and military facilities" in Syria early Saturday morning, the ministry said in a statement. None of the cruise missiles launched by the US and its allies reached the Russian air defense zones that shield the facilities in the port city of Tartus and the Khemimim air base, it added.

21:04

Nikki Haley: US Not Pulling Troops Out Of Syria Until All Goals Accomplished "IndyWatch Feed World"

US Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley told Fox news on Sunday that the United States would not be pulling its troops out of Syria until all its goals are accomplished there. Her comments came [...]

20:56

BBC under fire from Libtards as it prepares to air Enoch Powell's "Rivers of Blood" anti-immigration speech "IndyWatch Feed World"

The BBC has sparked fury among its audience over its decision to broadcast a "racist" speech warning Britain could face "rivers of blood" if it failed to curb immigration. The speech by Conservative government minister Enoch Powell was first delivered during a conference in Birmingham 50 years ago. Powell was sacked from his role of shadow defence spokesman by the Conservative party's then leader, Edward Heath, amid claims his words incited violence. Now actor Ian McDiarmid has been tasked with delivering the full incendiary speech as part of a BBC program airing on Saturday. But the announcement sparked outrage among the public, with critics saying the speech - which calls for a policy to repatriate foreigners - should not be given a platform.

20:48

UK Teachers union complains that 'prejudiced' parents are pulling their children out of Islam lessons "IndyWatch Feed World"

The government should take measures to stop parents withdrawing their children from some lessons where they have to study Islam or visit mosques, the Association of Teachers and Lecturers (ATL) has said. Parents are allowed to pull their children from some Religious Education (RE) lessons that conflict with their personal views. However, a motion passed by the ATL claims the power is being abused by "prejudiced" parents. The teachers argued that studying Islam, as well as other religions, is key to preparing pupils for adult life in the UK. The motion at the union's conference was proposed by London teacher Richard Griffiths, who said removing children because of genuine religious beliefs was "very rare", according to The Times.

20:46

Hawkins is in hell according to Christians "IndyWatch Feed World"

I am told that various Christians went on record gloating over the passing of the great astrophysicist Stephen Hawking and contemplating his arrival in the magma pit of Hell. Hawking's damning sin? Well, of course, he was an atheist, and what other destination would be fitting? Any mature person will deplore what John Beversluis called a "chop-licking attitude" at the prospect of one's ideological opponents frying in the Inferno. These "schadenfreudians" are like cruel children, and it would be equally silly to take them as typical Christians. But their frank sadism does raise an important question about Christianity per se. Are these gloating believers hypocrites, acting in contradiction to the faith they claim to represent? Or are they consistent with that faith? The problem is not a contradiction between such spiteful hate on the one hand and Christian belief on the other, much as we might want it to be. No, the problem is a contradiction between aspects of the Christian faith itself. It bids us go in two different directions. Some Christians proceed in one direction, the rest in the other. Even if we are non-Christians, we wish we could say that Christian faith includes a noble moral stance, fostering forgiveness and compassion. And indeed it does. But there is a fatal Tse-tse fly in the ointment. And of course that is the doctrine of an eternal Hell for those who do not accept the Christian belief. Of course Christians deny that it is a simple matter of one's choice of religion. They realize how unfair and arbitrary that sounds. How cruel and arbitrary that would be. So they try to ameliorate that offense by telling us (and themselves) that there is much more to it! And what is that? Wouldn't be good works, would it? Roman Catholics seem to add works to faith, as if we must make ourselves worthy of the grace of God, whatever that might mean. Eastern Orthodox Christians believe in synergism: we must work together with God's grace for it to save us. But traditional Protestants want to stick with Martin Luther's dicta of Sola fidei, Sold gratia (Faith alone/grace alone. Two "alones"? Well, yes, they're both sides of the same coin: nothing but God's grace can save us, but we must wittingly receive it or it will never really be ours. God throws out a lifeline, but the drowning man must take hold of it. I don't know if that gets them out of the jam. If it were all simply a matter of grace, we would have Christian Universalism: everybody is saved whether they know it or not! Jesus did not merely try to save humanity, and with partial results. No, he did save the human race. He didn't just provide the cure, like a chemist; he actually administered it, like a doctor.

20:39

Caught in a lie, US & allies bomb Syria the night before international inspectors arrive "IndyWatch Feed World"

The US, Britain and France trampled international law to launch missiles against Syria, claiming to have evidence of the governments use of chemical weapons. That evidence is based on terrorist lies.

After a week of outrageous tweets and proclamations by POTUS Trump, which included continued accusations that Syrias president ordered a chemical weapons attack on civilians in Douma, east of Damascus, with Trump using grotesque and juvenile terminology, such as animal Assad, the very evening before chemical weapons inspectors of the OPCW were to visit Douma, America and allies launched illegal bombings against Syria. The illegal bombings included 103 missiles, 71 of which Russia states were intercepted.

For the past week, we were told that the US had evidence and the UK had evidence that Syria had used chemicals. The evidence largely relied on video clips and photos shared on social media, provided by the Western-funded White Helmets (that rescuer group that somehow only operates in Al-Qaeda and co-terrorist occupied areas and participates in torture and executions), as well as by Yaser al-Doumani, a man whose allegiance to Jaysh al-Islam is clear from his own Facebook posts, for example of former Jaysh al-Islam leader, Zahran Alloush.

This, we were told, was evidence. This and the words of the highly partial, USAID-funded, US State Department allied Syrian American Medical Society, which, like Al-Qaedas rescuers, only supports doctors in terrorist-occupied areas.

On April 12, even US Secretary of Defense James Mattis told the House Armed Services Committee that the US government does not have any evidence that sarin or chlorine was used, that he was still looking for evidence.

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20:30

Senate Confirms Coal Lobbyist as the EPA's New #2 "IndyWatch Feed World"

Meet Andrew Wheeler, the new Deputy Administrator at the Environmental Protection Agency. He's a longtime coal lobbyist who doubts climate change. Normally, those traits would disqualify him from becoming the second-highest-ranking official at the EPA, but that's probably precisely what got him nominated by President Donald Trump. Additional thanks goes to the Republican-led Senate, which [

20:05

Isaac Green: A Sane Perspective on Syria Strikes "IndyWatch Feed World"

A Sane Perspective on Syria Strikes; Dont Make a Big Deal Out of It | Isaac Green [video]

APRIL 15, 2018

Source: Starship Earth: The Big Picture



The first filter we need to use when assimilating the news each day is whether the news is for us, the awakened, or for the sleeping masses who dont know anything about the New World Order/Illuminati and think the world is spinning along the same way it always didbecause the lamestream media defines their reality.

Unfortunately, because there are two (or more) vastly different audiences, President Trump has to address the ignorant because they comprise the majority of listeners on television and even much of the Internet news.

If the White Hats were free to tell the truth about more of what is unfolding and address only us, they would tell a different story; like Thomas Williams, Cobra, Simon Parkes, and othersbut they cant.

When you consider that there IS a war going on, for an entire planet and all life on it, and that the strategies are never revealed until after they are executedif everwe cant expect to hear whats really happening. We have to use our existing knowledge base, critical thinking and intuition. The dark would love for us to spend all our time worrying about the situation and believing WWIII is imminent. It isnt.

Within the planetary war there is also the Second American Revolution. This is what a new age civil war looks like in the information age.

I certainly dont want to spend every day watching, reading or listening to talk of war, so now that we have some perspective from several sources, I will be focusing on other things. I believe the Light is in control, despite how the mainstream media and s...

20:03

Thorium Energy Technology: Free the World from Nuclear Poisons "IndyWatch Feed World"

APRIL 15, 2018 | 11:55 AM

THORIUM ENERGY TECHNOLOGY CAN FREE THE WORLD FROM NUCLEAR POISONS TODAY



The power point presentation (below) is provided by American Intelligence Media contributor Condor. We have placed the slides on YouTube as you see in the links below, but also offer these as individual slides so that you can enlarge and read the details.

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https://aim4truth.org/2018/04/15/thorium-energy-technology-can-free-the-world-from-nuclear-poisons-today/

20:01

FIFTY8 Interviews Marina Jacobi -- Quantum Manifestation Protocol "IndyWatch Feed World"

Source: FIFTY8

FIFTY8 Interviews Marina Jacobi / PART IV Quantum Manifestation Protocol

https://youtu.be/elINoFzHez0



I talk to Marina Jacobi, an intuitive channel and energy philanthropist. She has direct communication with higher consciousness beings such as the Council of 9, 11 Dimensional Beings, RA, the Pleiadians and an ancient race called The Letorians.

Marina shares the complete Quantum Manifestation Protocol and how to manifest. You have to imagine what you want and then implement the emotion of the love and joy towards that image until you have goosebumps and tears and hold for at least 30 seconds and then drop it. Our emotion is what crystallizes the tone and frequency into the quantum structure. This hidden knowledge which has been manipulated and used against us is now giving us the opportunity to detach from the manipulation and find our true power with the Quantum Manifestation Protocol. If you want to see abundance, you have to be that frequency without conditions and become that timeline of existence. By synchronicity you can then receive everything you need within weeks, days, hours/minutes, instantaneous - depending on your emotion/frequency.

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19:59

Russia renews emphasis on developing ability to incapacitate satellites "IndyWatch Feed World"

U.S. forces depend on satellites to guide bombs, drones, and troops. Russia is developing a missile to take the spacecraft out. You may have heard that Russian President Vladimir Putin takes an interest in exotic and impressive missile technologies. At his address to the Russian Federal Assembly last month, Putin raised eyebrows around the world by introducing a range of wacky nuclear-capable missiles, including a nuclear-powered-that's right, nuclear-powered-cruise missile. For Putin, these weapons are a source of national pride and speak to Russia's continued great power status despite the country's increased alienation from the West and long-running economic doldrums.

19:58

Messiah Udumbara: Humanity Must Face The Hard Truth Now "IndyWatch Feed World"

Humanity Must Face The Hard Truth Now

Source: Messiah Note


There is nothing worse than Catastrophe Nature Noah Floods Type.

Do you see land in Kenya, Argentina split yet? That is a signal of Nature Earth are using all abilities to detox toxic chemicals, beings on Earth surface.

The disclosure must serve with purpose, otherwise it mean absolutely nothing.

There is only 3 things should not reveal to the public yet which are:

Aliens.

Hollow Earth civilization.

9/11 was an by foreigners & insiders but not by terrorism.

The rest should be disclosure to the public:

Human body function, secret to immortal life.

Whole nature earth system, the role of each animals. => Ban all kind of animals farming.

All kind of man-made chemicals are all the chemicals weapon like pesticides, GMOs, pharma, vaccine, plastics, etc. => Must be ban now.

Ban all kind of robot AI, animals & human clone => it serve nothing good

If the deep state, cabal do not totally shutdown their facilities then tell the public most of the celebrities, news network actors are clone and ban all.

Of course new finance system with physical good physical money & digital good digital money separate.

Do not fear about the chaos or lack of foods, the current human are already producing 3-4 times bigger than needed. It is hard to think eat green leaf instead of animal meat but they must do it if they want to live forever.
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19:56

(Video) The Speech that Killed John F. Kennedy "IndyWatch Feed World"



Published on Nov 4, 2017

This was John F Kennedy's last speech, many people including myself believe that this was the speech that got him killed, nevertheless they failed to kill off the ideology that he left behind.

19:56

Day 5 Fear Porn Syria - Wer'e All In This Together "IndyWatch Feed World"

 

Are you feeling confused? Unsure? Frustrated? Good, Netanyahu, Putin and Trump are happy. As is Cambridge Analytica, who just got a whole bunch of data with that little pretend war.

Adam Curtis - Hypernormalization....
https://youtu.be/-fny99f8amM?t=9074
(Constant destabilization and sowing of doubt)

Yuri Bezmenov - KGB Defector - "How To Brainwash A Nation"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IH...

19:53

Trump Announces Support for Legalizing Marijuana "IndyWatch Feed World"

Trump Announces Unprecedented Support for Legalizing Marijuana

Drug war is over (if you want it).

Apr. 13, 2018 5:20 pm

Source: Reason | By Nick Gillespie



On the first great-weather day of Spring 2018, President Donald Trump has committed to withdrawing federal objections to the legalization of marijuana, reports Tom Angell of Marijuana Moment.

President Trump is preparing to support far-reaching legislation to reform federal marijuana prohibition so that states can enact their own cannabis laws without interference.

"Since the campaign, President Trump has consistently supported states' rights to decide for themselves how best to approach marijuana," U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner (D-CO) said in a statement. "Late Wednesday, I received a commitment from the President that the Department of Justice's rescission of the Cole memo will not impact Colorado's legal marijuana industry. Furthermore, President Trump has assured me that he will support a federalism-based legislative solution to fix this states' rights issue once and for all."

In a briefing with reporters on Friday afternoon, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders confirmed the development, calling Gardner's statement "accurate."

"We're always consulting Congress about issues including states' rights, of which the president is a firm believer," she said.



USDOJ Th...

19:51

Syrian Army declares Eastern Ghouta completely liberated "IndyWatch Feed World"

The war-ravaged Damascus suburb of Eastern Ghouta has been completely liberated from militant groups, the Syrian Army has confirmed. The statement comes after the last militants left Douma. The Syrian armed forces have seized all the towns and villages located in the Damascus suburb, the statement issued late Saturday said. They also confirmed that all members of the armed groups have left the area - particularly Douma, which was the last major militant stronghold in Eastern Ghouta. Syrian engineering units have already started to clear away the rubble and remove mines and improvised explosive devices left behind by the militants. While searching through the ruins, Syrian forces found ammunition factories and weapons depots, as well as a large number of tunnels in the area. The Russian Defense Ministry earlier deployed military police to the liberated area to team up with Syrian law enforcement and begin the registration of local residents.

19:49

US contractors in Syria for 1st time under Trump admin - DoD report "IndyWatch Feed World"

A newly released Department of Defense (DoD) report has confirmed the presence of US contractors in Syria. It appears to be the first time this has been done under the Trump administration. The report provides Department of Defense contractor personnel numbers for the second quarter of fiscal year 2018. It includes personnel in Syria, along with those deployed to Iraq, Operation Inherent Resolve (OIR), Afghanistan, Operation Freedom's Sentinel (OFS), and the US Central Command area of responsibility. Syria is grouped together with Iraq, which means the exact number of contractors there remains unknown. However, the report does acknowledge that the overall numbers in the category went up by 11.7 percent "in part due to the inclusion of Syria reports in this quarter."

19:48

Holy Spirituality within Pine Cone: Forgiving Kind Dimension "IndyWatch Feed World"

Alan Watts ~ Doesn't It Strike You That Existence Is Quite Weird?

https://youtu.be/WiaCuUUOW78



I continually forgive all unconscious evil creation mirror-double Saviors, as myself in grateful acceptance, instead of seeing creation-evil, that I already co-create in the present future of all our past collective suffering child abuse, as something codependent to fix/judge in my rear view mirror. This forgiving kind dimension inside disappears in a continual enlightening dissolution, where there is no man-creation evil-motive co-creating woman Saviors to forgive.

No one calls, where there are no names, and no faces from the past, all forgiven, and I wouldnt trade one Timeless instant in this Forgiving Kind Dimension for, all the suffering creation communicating evil-separation, where every body calls, and where names, and faces drown in all the unforgiven rules, and deathly complications. All I do in creation is thank Holy Spirit nurturing for experiencing forgiveness miracles working through and for me, and before I knew it, all the creation malevolence inside me turned to benevolent gratitude, without any more fear of past-creation unconscious evil motives that co-created me too.

I see how much others suffer as a Kind way to, not judge others, as myself any more, so Holy Spirit Forgiving Kind Dimension has switched my allegiance from evil creation outer-motives communicating judgement, to this new dimension where there is no man-suffering different than co-creating woman-calling with more creation-evil motives. It seems the gender-illusion of Time communicates creation evil space, to forgive, until Forgiving Kind Dimension Communes in Delight Bonding Communion Wonder dissolution, where there is, never anything to fix/judge in the mirror of our absolute unborn infinite benevolent destiny. So there is no more need for man, or woman motives to deny unconscious guilt of separation creation-suffering evil.

I remember how I suffered before I continually forgave everything, that bugged me, and I compare the past with my new mind of Delight Bonding Communion acceptance, and there is no more evil-creation addiction left deep inside Forgiving Kind Dimension, where Communion dissolution is rep...

19:45

British wren sings, video "IndyWatch Feed World"

This video from Britain says about itself:

31 March 2018

Listen to the birds of spring singing at dawn, such as a wren singing in your garden. Enjoy a dawn chorus at one of our reserves.

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