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Monday, 18 June

01:35

Tanneries in India (Helle Severinsen) "IndyWatch Feed World"

17/06/2018 - Kampur is the hearth of the leather industry in India. Each day tanneries pump out about 300 million litres of polluted water into adjacent river Ganga. Pollutants include toxic levels of hexavalent chromium, ...

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Sunday, 17 June

22:56

Adapt 2030 Ice Age Report: Gemstones and octopus fall from the sky, glaciers grow in Africa "IndyWatch Feed World"

Green olivine gemstones are falling from the sky in Hawaii as the erupting Kilauea vent is now send gemstones up 12,000 feet with the ash and when it comes down, you can find a bowl full if you look for 30 minutes. A ferocious line of wind and waterspouts in china dropped octopus, shrimp, starfish from the sky miles inland. Kilimanjaro glacier grows after massive record breaking rain season in Eastern Africa. Sources

22:56

United States cartoonist sacked for anti-Trump cartoons "IndyWatch Feed World"

United States President Trump breaking up families, censored cartoon by Rob Rogers

By Kayla Costa in the USA:

Political cartoonist fired by right-wing Pittsburgh Post-Gazette editors over anti-Trump cartoons

16 June 2018

The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette fired political cartoonist Rob Rogers on Thursday, after weeks of editors blocking his content from the publication. The newspapers censorship coincides with the rise of openly pro-Trump members on the editorial board.

Rogers is an acclaimed political cartoonist, who has won a number of awards including the National Headliner Award and Thomas Nast Award. Having worked for the Post-Gazette since 1993, Rogers has only recently faced rejection of his political content. Nineteen of his ideas and cartoons have been rejected since March, according to his own count.

Tracey DeAngelo, an executive from the newspaper, said that their decisions had little to do with politics and more to do with the working together and the editing process.

However, the content of Rogers artwork places politics at the center of any editorial discussion. Of the cartoons that were rejected by the editors, many were highly critical of the anti-democratic and anti-immigrant policies of the Trump administration.

Rogers rejected cartoons referenced President Trumps discussion of pardoning himself from the ongoing investigation into supposed Russian meddling in the 2016 election, his far-right attack on basic democratic rights and his brutal immigration policies. He also depicted topics relating to racism, including the recent moves by the National Football League (NFL) to force players to stand during the national anthem in the wake of...

22:26

SOTT FOCUS: Boy with Obvious Psychological Issues Wins First Place in Female Sporting Event "IndyWatch Feed World"

The war on reality continues. A story from a Connecticut high school earlier this month reports how a male to female transgender track and field athlete broke two state records. On Monday, when Connecticut had its State Open track and field championships at Willow Brook Park, one person broke the State Open records for girls in both the 100 and 200-meter runs. That person was a biological boy.

22:26

Over 100 bowhead whales seen in Arctic ocean "IndyWatch Feed World"

This January 2018 video is called Ice Giants [Bowhead Whale Documentary].

From Wageningen University in the Netherlands:

At least 100 Bowhead whales sighted in the East Greenland Sea

June 12, 2018

Scientists of Wageningen Marine Research have just returned from the Arctic after a successful expedition organised by Oceanwide Expeditions, Inezia Tours & Natuurpunt. During the spring, whilst working in the Greenland Sea to the Southwest of Spitsbergen, the scientists discovered a group of at least 100 foraging bowhead whales (Balaena mysticetus). This is a rare and endangered whale which is believed to be almost extinct and is consequently classed as Critically Endangered according to the IUCN.

For some years scientists from Wageningen Marine Research have worked as expedition guides on board the expedition vessel Plancius from Oceanwide Expeditions. Since 2015, increasing numbers of bowhead whales have been observed on the edge of the pack-ice off East Greenland during these expeditions, but this year all previous numbers were exceeded. On the 1st June 2018, during almost 7 hours steaming along the pack ice, a total of 104-114 bowhead whales were systematically counted.

The bowhead whale is well adapted to live in the Arctic and is therefore the only large whale that can survive year-round in this extreme climate and specifically along the pack-ice. The sub-population of bowhead whales in the area of Spitsbergen/Greenland Sea has been greatly reduced since the whaling operations from the 16th century [on] and consequently this subpopulation, which is estimated to number several hundreds of whales is no...

22:18

Special: Kryon Message via Mike Quinsey -- June 17, 2018 "IndyWatch Feed World"

From Mike Quinsey, Special: Kryon Message

June 17, 2018

Hi Friends,

So far I have had 26 requests for the full message from Kryon that I presented on June 15, 2018. I never anticipated such a response, it is quite pleasing. You might like to have the full message if you haven't already checked it out. I think it is very good, one of the best so far.

The future looks very encouraging and exciting.

In Love and Light. Mike.

KRYON. 2018. TRUMP WILL CHANGE THE WORLD.

We have changed our DNA and gone through full cycles, what might be next. You move into a state of graduation some have called Planetary Ascension. The Pleiadians who seeded us went through the same thing. The changes will occur but the potential will not necessarily take place. There will come a day when the Earth will be everything you want it to be. From here on it gets better.

Akashic inheritance - there is an old energy system and your Akashic Record is in it. Children know things already and instinctively the Human Being is coming into the planet knowing what they did not know in previous generations. The system itself is changing and that is the secret to everything I am going to tell you. What is going to follow there will be New Agers who will teach you that an ascended planet is going to have humans who can do out of the body experiences and they all see colours, and they will be psychic that is NOT going to happen. Although there will be numbers of them in that curve of old souls, ones who will come in as teachers.

I am going to give you three pictures about Variable Survival Instincts past, present and future to show the difference in Humanity then and now. Go back 1000 years and look at Humanity in general, it comes in its survival mode as you still do, as the animals of the plain do, and in that mode what you did 1000 years ago was vastly different to what you do now. It wasnt always like this and if you go back 20,000 years, it was not that way. The growth of civilisation and even your seed Space Brothers and Sisters went through it, but who you are today is different. You come in today with surviv...

22:14

It is An Ocean... in The Chalice... of Your Heart "IndyWatch Feed World"

Dog Poet Transmitting.......

Greetings my friends; Starfleet Commander visible is moving and grooving with the incomprehensible. I cannot yet believe that that toxic hospital closed just days after I told them that God would deal with them. It's like pulling your cap gun out of the plastic, Roy Rogers holster and finding it has real bullets. Hopefully you will indulge me with my real astonishment. I meant no harm at the time and I am pretty sure it will be taken over by some other medical junk bond, master of the universe (grin) because one of the highest profit margins of any business is the medical industry.

On and on it goes, speaking of reasons for putting two fingers down your throat. What a donner und wetter scene it is going to be when the ineffable appears on every stage in the world, speaking and singing through every standing medium, willing or not. The amusement and welter of human jambalaya is going to be clarity and confusion doing the fox trot on the platform before the gates of doomsday's breaks.

Speaking of total bullshit and Sesame Street frottage, which we were not doing, here's an example of it.

I don't know how they do it; how they get up out of bed and say to themselves- as a Tribe member, what kind of, I'm with Stupid I and has anyone seen my Sunday go to meeting hat?

It is clear as crystal, who is behind the daily grind of WTF that keeps spilling out of the cornucopia of nasty that has replaced our former Ozzie and Harriet world. It is not exclusively Tribe members, though they are over represented, despite their having one of the smallest population groups on the planet. It is also the ones they manipulate with fear or the promise of profit. It is also represented by psychopaths who are the progeny of groping and fumbling in the darkness of our benighted age of materialism.

Nothing makes me more tired and weary than does the relentless offenses against humanity by the exclusive few. This, along with the twisted reportage of their crimes, by those employed to place an imprimatur on them, leaves me metaphorically gasping for breath.

Every time I think it's over, it comes out of its corner for one more round. It's the Energizer Bunny made out of graphite and molybdenum. Neither you nor I will ever give up but there is a weariness that comes and goes. Thank god for the ineffable, who replenishes our stores from the clean and clear, emerald waters, of that...

21:58

Trump Just Told EU President Youre A Brutal Killer To His Face "IndyWatch Feed World"

During the G7 summit this year, President Trump couldnt help letting slip his real feelings towards European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker.  During a meeting in which all world leaders were present, Trump called Juncker a brutal [...]

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21:57

Ryanair calls for drink limit at airports after Dublin-Ibiza flight diverted because of 3 'disruptive' passengers "IndyWatch Feed World"

A Ryanair spokesperson said that three passengers became "disruptive" during the flight. Ryanair has called for a pre-10am booze ban at airports after a group of Irish-based holiday-makers forced an Ibiza-bound Ryanair flight from Dublin to divert to Paris yesterday morning. A group of up to 20 holiday makers were involved in the unruly disturbance and three passengers were removed and detained by French police on arrival at Paris Beauvais yesterday morning.

21:50

Tourists Vote San Fransisco Worlds Filthiest Hellhole "IndyWatch Feed World"

Tourists visiting San Fransisco have voted the city as being one of the filthiest slums on planet Earth, according to a recent survey.  Tourists have been left shocked and dismayed at the poor sanitary conditions, [...]

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21:46

Weasle Comey: Im Running For President "IndyWatch Feed World"

Fired FBI Director James Comey plans on picking up where Hillary left off by running for president in 2020. Despite being loathed by Democrats and Republicans alike, weasle Comey fired off a tweet on [...]

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21:42

Anthony Boudains Body Cremated Against Familys Wishes No Autopsy "IndyWatch Feed World"

Just days after Anthony Bourdains death, authorities have cremated his body against his familys wishes and have refused to perform an autopsy.  Despite claims by his mother Gladys that Anthony was likely murdered and [...]

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21:39

Look who's name was scrubbed from incriminating Comey documents "IndyWatch Feed World"

Former president Barack Obama lied when he claimed he knew nothing about his Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, using a private, unsecured email server to conduct top-secret government business. That's what the Obama-appointed Inspector General, Michael Horowitz, indicated in his 500-page report, where he found that numerous Obama holdovers in the upper ranks of the FBI were unprofessional and biased in their investigation of Hillary's email server. Obama told CBS News in 2015 that he found out about Hillary's private email server at "same time everybody else learned it - through news reports." But the IG report shows that Obama had emailed Hillary on her private email server numerous times. Moreover, the FBI scrubbed Obama's name from a report detailing its investigation of Hillary's server to shield Obama's identity. Otherwise, they would have to admit that not only did Obama know that Hillary had used a private, unsecured email server to conduct classified government business, but he participated in the reckless scheme.

21:39

Comey can't hide destruction caused at FBI "IndyWatch Feed World"

James Comey once described his position in the Clinton investigation as being the victim of a "500-year flood." The point of the analogy was that he was unwittingly carried away by events rather than directly causing much of the damage to the FBI. His "500-year flood" just collided with the 500-page report of the Justice Department inspector general (IG) Michael Horowitz. The IG sinks Comey's narrative with a finding that he "deviated" from Justice Department rules and acted in open insubordination. Rather than portraying Comey as carried away by his biblical flood, the report finds that he was the destructive force behind the controversy. The import of the report can be summed up in Comeyesque terms as the distinction between flotsam and jetsam. Comey portrayed the broken rules as mere flotsam, or debris that floats away after a shipwreck. The IG report suggests that this was really a case of jetsam, or rules intentionally tossed over the side by Comey to lighten his load. Comey's jetsam included rules protecting the integrity and professionalism of his agency, as represented by his public comments on the Clinton investigation.

21:38

Raqqa: A horrific record of casualties haunts the Pentagon "IndyWatch Feed World"

It appears that the Pentagon's attempt to keep the record of civilian casualties in Raqqa swept under the rug has failed amid growing criticism from international human rights watchdogs, who insist that the US-led coalition's actions in Syria potentially amounted to a war crime. While the Pentagon claims that it conducted a precision air campaign in Raqqa, the facts on the ground prove otherwise. Amnesty International's report, released on June 5, exposed that the US-coalition's four-month military operation to oust Daesh (ISIS/ISIL) from Raqqa left hundreds of civilians dead, injured many more and left most of the city in ruins. However, when responding to the human rights watchdog's criticism, the US Department of Defense claimed that "no one will ever know" how many civilians were killed. "As far as how do we know how many civilians were killed, I am just being honest, no one will ever know. Anyone who claims they will know is lying, and there's no possible way," US Army Col. Thomas Veale, a spokesman for the US-led anti-Daesh coalition, told a Pentagon briefing via video link.

21:37

Any new migrant crisis could finish Europe "IndyWatch Feed World"

Europe, whether you think of it as the EU or as a collection of sovereign states, faces the most massive demographic challenge in its long history. On the one hand, the population of native Europeans (white, post-Christian) is declining, most obviously in Germany, Italy and Spain. On the other, millions of would-be immigrants from Africa and the Middle East are knocking at the door, determined to get in. They may die in the attempt. The water around their sunken boats may turn the Mediterranean red with blood. But they will not stop coming. Torn between their instinct for self-preservation and their need for cheap labour, the peoples of Europe have formed into two camps. The first, small, but socially liberal, insists that all those who wish to come here should be welcomed and then woven into the rotting fabric of our society. The second, much larger and increasingly angry, is rising up, demanding that the shutters be brought down and the drawbridges raised. Governments, as ever, are resolutely two-faced on the issue. They don't want to be seen as aloof or uncaring, or racist. But they can also see what is going on and what their voters think about it. Having no solution to offer, they prefer to believe that other countries, preferably with borders far removed from their own, should bear the brunt of the burden.

21:37

Does the US provide military assistance to 73% of world's dictatorships - truth or narrative? "IndyWatch Feed World"

For decades, the American people have been repeatedly told by their government and corporate-run media that acts of war ordered by their president have been largely motivated by the need to counter acts of aggression or oppression by "evil dictators." We were told we had to invade Iraq because Saddam Hussein was an evil dictator. We had to bomb Libya because Muammar Gaddafi was an evil dictator, bent on unleashing a "bloodbath" on his own people. Today, of course, we are told that we should support insurgents in Syria because Bashar al-Assad is an evil dictator, and we must repeatedly rattle our sabers at North Korea's Kim Jong-un and Russia's Vladimir Putin because they, too, are evil dictators. This is part of the larger, usually unquestioned mainstream corporate media narrative that the US leads the "Western democracies" in a global struggle to combat terrorism and totalitarianism and promote democracy. I set out to answer a simple question: Is it true? Does the US government actually oppose dictatorships and champion democracy around the world, as we are repeatedly told?

21:34

'You can smell the bodies!' -Angelina Jolie in Mosul one year after 'liberation' "IndyWatch Feed World"

Nearly a year after Mosul in Iraq was declared "liberated" from ISIS terrorists, UNHCR envoy Angelina Jolie said the stench of dead bodies buried under the rubble was still present, amid the "worst devastation" she has ever seen. "There are bodies in this rubble that stay here and you can smell the bodies and some of them have family members that are here and they are unable to move them," the Hollywood superstar and Special Envoy for the High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) said, after exploring a part of Mosul that was recaptured last year with the US-led coalition's active support. Even though this was Jolie's fifth trip to Iraq, the horrific destruction she witnessed in the Old City this time really broke her heart. Walking around the narrow streets of the city center, completely destroyed by artillery and airstrikes, the 43-year-old Oscar winner called it the "worst devastation" she saw in her 17 years representing the UNHCR across the globe.

21:33

Secret swap deal: US-backed SDF release Daesh jihadis from Europe "IndyWatch Feed World"

The Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), backed by the US-led coalition, reportedly exchanged foreign jihadists they'd captured, including Europeans, for their own members who'd been taken by Daesh groups, after the home countries of the foreign fighters refused to take responsibility for them. In 2017 the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), backed by the Western coalition, released dozens of detained Daesh jihadists, along with their wives and children, including German, French, Moroccan, Belgian and Dutch nationals, to the terrorist groups, according to the UK Telegraph. The media that revealed information about the secret swap deals between the SDF and the terrorist organizations underscored concerns about these fighters returning to Europe. The SDF, which still holds British and European nationals in its detention centers, informed the newspaper that it agreed to the swap deals because the SDF lacks the capacity to hold the captives indefinitely. According to the rebels, they have requested that the Western countries take responsibility for their nationals and take action, but received no response.

21:33

Taliban members take selfies, hug soldiers during Eid ceasefire, just before the explosion "IndyWatch Feed World"

Dozens of Taliban members entered the Afghan capital on Saturday. They were unarmed and were met with greetings and hugs by civilians and soldiers in a ceasefire attempt for the Eid holiday. The militants, some wearing traditional headgear, went through the streets of Kabul carrying their flags and urging locals to come forward and take selfies with them.

21:32

Aussie troops killed Afghan amputee, drank beer from fake limb, and other questionable moral judgements "IndyWatch Feed World"

Australia's elite Special Air Service Regiment (SASR) team has been found to have committed a string of atrocities while on mission in Afghanistan nearly a decade ago; and the "Nazi flag" incident appears to be just the tip of the iceberg. In one instance back in 2009, reported by Sydney-based Fairfax Media, which conducted a six-month investigation into alleged Australian military war crimes in Afghanistan, soldiers killed an Afghan amputee as they were raiding Urozgan province and took his artificial limb to their base to use it as a drinking vessel. Comment: The prosthetic leg was then taken as a souvenir and brought back to Perth to be used as a novelty beer drinking vessel. In another no less horrendous case, two senior soldiers first plotted and then forced a "rookie" troop to kill an unarmed elderly detainee, a Taliban suspect, thereby marking the young soldier's combat debut. According to Special Forces sources, cited by Fairfax, the victim posed no threat after being brutally knocked out. The soldiers involved in the atrocities committed on Afghan soil have not been named by the media. The hair-raising details came to light around the time when Australia's prime minister, Malcolm Turnbull, blasted personnel of the same high-profile squadron who were caught on camera waving a swastika flag from their patrol vehicle.

21:31

Israel ready to destroy Palestinian village - will Britain intervene? "IndyWatch Feed World"

Israel is poised to demolish Khan al-Ahmar in the West Bank - an act that could be a war crime. But Britain could save it Israel is intent on destroying the homes of the 173 Palestinians who live in the small shepherding community of Khan al-Ahmar, along with the school that serves 150 children from the area. Last month, Israel's high court of justice removed the last obstacle to this barbaric act of demolishing an entire community in order to forcibly transfer its residents and take over their land. Israel has announced that the land from which these Palestinians will be evicted will serve to expand the nearby settlement of Kfar Adumim. The story of Khan al-Ahmar exemplifies Israel's policy of expelling dozens of Palestinian communities from areas it plans to formally annex. To keep international criticism to a minimum, Israel usually tries to evict residents slowly by creating unbearable living conditions that force them to leave their homes, allegedly of their own free will. To that end, the authorities refuse to connect these communities to running water and power grids, do not authorise construction of homes or other structures and restrict their pastureland.

21:30

Nablus: Israeli settlers poison Palestinian-owned sheep "IndyWatch Feed World"

At least 10 sheep belonging to a Palestinian farmer in Salem town, east of Nablus in the occupied West Bank, reportedly died on Monday after Jewish settlers poisoned a plot of grazing land. Local sources told the Palestinian Information Center (PIC) that these sheep belonged to farmer Mahyoub Ashtiya, who was grazing his sheep on Sunday on land a few meters away from the town, particularly near the military watchtower or the bypass in the area. At first, the sources explained, that three sheep died directly and then seven others followed, while there are five more are in critical condition, adding that the farmer incurred losses amounting to over 3,000 Jordanian dinars. Following the incident, tests conducted by a veterinarian and the competent authorities affirmed that the sheep were exposed to poisoning. Eyewitnesses had also reported seeing a car boarded by a horde of settlers in the same area a few days ago, believing that they could have poisoned the pasture. Settlers from the illegal settlement of Elon Moreh, who also have cattle and take them to Palestinian agricultural lands for grazing, already threatened local shepherds that they would poison their sheep if they were seen in the area.

21:29

Whistleblower: Obama Threw Thousands Of Children Into FEMA Camps "IndyWatch Feed World"

Rep. Henry Roberto Cuellar has admitted that Barack Obama secretly threw thousands of migrant children into detention camps, and told Democrat politicians to keep quiet about it.   Speaking with CNN, Cuellar revealed that conditions at the [...]

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21:29

Some amazing ways exercise changes your personality "IndyWatch Feed World"

How to change your personality for the better. Being more physically active makes people more extraverted, conscientious, agreeable and open to new experience, new research finds. A few of the benefits of these personality changes include: Higher conscientiousness is linked to more success in life, more extraverted people experience more positive emotions, and being open to experience is linked to creativity and intelligence. These changes to personality have been documented over years and decades. Naturally, remaining sedentary is linked to the opposite pattern in personality. Sedentary people have the tendency to become less agreeable, more introverted, less open to experience and less conscientious. The good news is that only relatively small amounts of exercise are enough, over the years, to lead to positive changes to personality.

21:24

Batman Shooter, James Holmes, Was Given CIA Brainwashing Drug "IndyWatch Feed World"

Batman movie shooter, James Holmes, was given CIA brainwashing drug scopolamine in order to force him to commit the mass shooting. According to experts, victims who unknowingly inhale the drug nicknamed Devils Breath have no memory [...]

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21:23

Crocodile Kills Pastor As He Baptizes Followers On Lake In Ethiopia "IndyWatch Feed World"

A lakeside baptism service in Ethiopia was struck by tragedy after a crocodile attacked and killed the vicar. An 80-strong congregation looked on in horror as the reptile struck at Docho Eshete, a protestant clergyman in the town of Arba Minch, while he conducted a mass baptism in the shallows of Lake Abaya on Sunday. []

21:22

On the smearing of Jordan Peterson and why feminists hate him "IndyWatch Feed World"

"Tyranny is the deliberate removal of nuance." ~ Albert Maysles Two weeks ago, we learned that BBC historian, Dan Snow, lied to his daughters when he told them that the Spitfires were piloted by women flying combat missions during WWII in order to encourage them to "follow their dreams." We were also told that Jordan Peterson is apparently a flaming "misogynist," according to two writers who have chopped up quite a bit of Peterson's words, conveniently situating his ideas into a landscape where they take pot shots at a caricature that they alone have fabricated. While Snow was the subject of light media speculation, Peterson has been held to the fire in recent months from the social justice warrior left to the feminists of all flavors, with most coming at him with rather incoherent critiques. Two men, two different approaches to sexual inequality, and this story unfolds through how their actions are differently interpreted. But I will return to this later.

21:20

Democrat Judge Who Jailed Manafort Also Cleared Hillary Clinton "IndyWatch Feed World"

A Democrat judge who put Paul Manafort in jail this week previously cleared Hillary Clinton of all criminal wrongdoing over the deaths of four American servicemen in Benghazi in 2012.  Amy Berman Jackson, a judge [...]

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21:20

Blasts reported to have killed 31 in northeast Nigeria "IndyWatch Feed World"

Residents of Damboa in Borno - the Nigerian state hardest hit by the Boko Haraam insurgency - reported that 31 people were killed in blasts on Saturday evening.

21:19

US Wants Coup In Venezuela Because It Sits on Vast Oil Resources "IndyWatch Feed World"

Why is the US and its main stream media talking openly about a coup in Venezuela? Could it be due to the fact it sits on vast oil resources that the US empire wants? In [...]

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21:11

Austrian Chancellor Kurz: Every country has the right to control its borders and refuse migrants "IndyWatch Feed World"

In an interview with broadcaster ORF 2, Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz says that migrants should be helped locally and that every country has the right to refuse migrants. "In my opinion every country should have the possibility to decide for themselves how many and what kind of people they want to accept," Kurz says. Yesterday, Kurz announced that Austria wants to form an "axis of the willing" with Germany and Italy, to combat illegal migration.

21:08

Supreme Court backs Ohio anti-voter fraud measures "IndyWatch Feed World"

Democrats have long relied on inaccurate election rolls to aid their candidates. They want to count every vote, legal or not. So, after Ohio's government cleaned up its registration lists it was hit with the usual claims of left-wing bias. Now the Supreme Court has ruled for the state. Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted said the "decision is a victory for election integrity" and Ohio's system could "serve as a model for other states to use." Playing an important supporting role was the Trump Justice Department, which shifted to defend Ohio-the Obama administration naturally attacked the state's effort. The president deserves credit for appointing Justice Neil Gorsuch, who provided the deciding vote. In Husted v. Randolph Institute the state had dropped a voter who failed to cast a ballot in several elections and respond to a notice requesting that he affirm his eligibility. There was no evidence of racism, prejudice, unfairness, or malice. Nevertheless, liberal groups sued, claiming that relying on the failure to vote violated federal law. Ohio prevailed in the District Court but lost at the appellate level.

21:07

Rescue Ships Spotlight Europes Migrant Debate "IndyWatch Feed World"

VALENCIA, SpainShips in the Aquarius aid convoy docked Sunday at the Spanish port of Valencia, ending a weeklong ordeal for hundreds of people who were rescued from the Mediterranean Sea only to become pawns in Europes fight over immigration.

The Italian coast guard vessel Dattilo was the first of the three boats bearing the 630 migrants to touch land just before 7 a.m. Sunday. The 270 migrants on board soon began to disembark after medical staff had made a preliminary inspection.

The rescue ship Aquarius came in four hours later with another 106 migrants. Aid workers awaiting their arrival clapped and cheered as the first migrants walked down the gangway. Another Italian navy ship, the Orione, came in shortly after 1 p.m.

The Aquarius, operated by the aid groups SOS Mediterranee Sea and Doctors Without Borders, was stuck off the coast of Sicily on June 9 when Italys new populist government refused it permission to dock and demanded that Malta do so. Malta also refused.

After days of bickering and food and water running low on the ship, Spain stepped in and granted the rescue boat entry. The 1,500-kilometer (930-mile) journey across the Mediterranean from Sicily to Valencia took nearly a week.

David Noguera, the head of Doctors Without Borders in Spain, said he was glad Spain allowed the migrants in but hes worried that more European nations will close their ports to those rescued at sea in the future.

I have mixed feelings, Noguera told The Associated Press as the first boat arrived. I am happy that the journey (for the Aquarius migrants) is over a journey that was too long and I am worried for the situation in the Mediterranean and the closing of European ports.

The migrants were met by emergency workers, health officials, Red Cross volunteers and psychologists at the citys marina. Each were assigned to a translator and authorities worked to determine their identities before they were sent to welcome centers. The first migrant was a 29-year-old man from South Sudan.

Valencia emergency official Jorge Suarez said some of the migrants were in a state of shock.

They are very shaken, Suarez said. Put yourself in their position, you get off a ship and the first people who greet you are wearing masks.

He said an examination of the 130 migrants from the Dattilo did not reveal any serious health problems but many passengers showed signs of exposure to high temperatures at sea.

Spanish authorities are examining the migrants on a case-by-case basis to see who may qualify for asylum.

Due to their ordeal, the migrants from the Aquarius have been granted special authorization to remain in Spain for 45 days before they must begin resolving their legal situation....

21:05

Problems at the Justice Department and FBI are serious and long-standing "IndyWatch Feed World"

And they won't be solved by whining about criticism. What do you do with an FBI agent, sworn to uphold the law, who flagrantly violates the law in a rogue investigation aimed at making a name for himself by bringing down some high-profile targets? Why . . . you promote him, of course. At least that is the way the Justice Department answered that question in the case of David Chaves, an FBI agent who serially and lawlessly leaked grand-jury information, wiretap evidence, and other sensitive investigative intelligence to the media in his quest to make an insider-trading case against some celebrities. And when finally called on it, the Justice Department circled the wagons: proceeding with its tainted prosecution, referring the now-retired Chaves for an internal investigation that has gone exactly nowhere after nearly two years, and using legal maneuvers to block the courts and the public from scrutinizing the scope of the misconduct.

21:04

What Was Once Americas Most Exclusive Club Is Now Its Most Haunted Hotel "IndyWatch Feed World"

Jekyll Island, Georgia is a place where time stands still. As you wander the grounds of the Historic District, you can immediately sense what it was like back in its heyday, when the exclusive Jekyll Island Club, opened in 1888, called the area home. An incredibly exclusive resort with only 100 members, which were made up []

21:03

'Shocking' new workout claims to cut gym time in half "IndyWatch Feed World"

If you could change your entire body by simply doing a 30-minute workout twice a week, but you'd get shocked in the process, would you do it? Shock Therapy gym on the Upper East Side offers workout classes that promise just such an electric edge. Clients don a power suits that hook up to Electronic Muscle-Stimulation Technology, known as EMS.

20:53

South Koreans Admit Racist Treachery In Lead Up To World Cup Play "IndyWatch Feed World"

South Korean coach Shin Tae-yong admited that during low stakes games before the World Cup he had a number of his players switch uniform numbers in order to thwart scouting efforts by competitors (archived). The coach cited Western white folk's inability to "distinguish between Asians" as cause to believe in the effectiveness of the tactic.

20:53

More government Internet censorship in Britain "IndyWatch Feed World"

This video says about itself:

Enemy of the Internet UK accused of mass surveillance & censorship

5 April 2014

Reporters Without Borders have branded the UK an Enemy of the Internet for their mass surveillance and censorship programmes, the first time they have appeared on the list. Appearing alongside countries such as China, Iran and North Korea, the UK was criticised for mass surveillance of nearly a quarter of the worlds communications. And the report also said they confused journalists with terrorists.

By Simon Whelan in Britain:

British government extends censorship of online activity

16 June 2018

One year on from the June 2017 attack by Islamist terrorists at London Bridge, Conservative Home Secretary Sajid Javid used the anniversary to announce new authoritarian and anti-democratic counter-terrorism powers.

The measures incorporate the lessons learnt from the attacks in 2017 and our responses to them, he said. One of the key lessons learnt, he said, was that the authorities could do better in sharing information more widely and locally.

The WSWS has noted the intense collusion between...

20:47

An engineer debunks claims of man-made CO2 causing arctic and antarctic melting "IndyWatch Feed World"

It's just amazing how we as a society can let global group-think ideas have fantastically large continued public traction when direct scientific observation utterly refutes the very basis of the ideas. Can not the alarmist scientific folks (I'm thinking here of Mann, Alley, Schmidt, Hansen, etc.) be just a little bit honest about what is actually going on? Sea level rise is widely reported every single day as an imminent man-made climatic disaster. Portions of Greenland melt, and portions of Antarctica melt. are presented as proof-positive that human burning of fossil fuels is causing the Earth to overly warm and therefore causing these melts...which will lead to coastal inundation...and we must therefore change our ways at any cost. However, it just so happens that these same portions of Greenland and Antarctica melt are now known to be situated over highly active geothermal sites... and that 100% of the observed melt is easily and readily attributable to current enhanced geothermal heat release.

20:45

Woman shouting 'Allahu akbar' injures two with blade in France "IndyWatch Feed World"

Woman shouting 'Allahu akbar' injures two with blade in France | 17 June 2018 | Two people were injured in a town in southern France on Sunday when a woman shouting "Allahu akbar" (God is greatest) attacked two people in a supermarket with a boxcutter, prosecutors said. A man was struck in the chest during the late-morning attack in La Seyne-sur-Mer, outside the Mediterranean port of Toulon, but the wound is not life-threatening, prosecutor Bernard Marchal told AFP. A woman working at a checkout counter was also wounded, though not as seriously.

20:45

Secrets, Scandals And Mysteries Of The Washington Monument "IndyWatch Feed World"

Hey, did you know that the Washington Monument is actually a Masonic symbol right out of Baal worship? And that there are 896 steps to the top? 896 might seem like an innocent number, but 896-666 equals 230, and 2+3+0 equals 5, which is the same number of points in a Pentagram. Coincidence? I THINK NOT. Clearly, []

20:34

German MP Says Merkel Could Be Ousted Next Week Over Her Open-Door Migrant Policy "IndyWatch Feed World"

Angela Merkel could lose her powerful seat in the heart of Europe as soon as next week amid clashes within her coalition Government over EU migration policies According to German MP Kai Whittaker,  Merkel could [...]

The post German MP Says Merkel Could Be Ousted Next Week Over Her Open-Door Migrant Policy appeared first on Your News Wire.

20:32

Diversity and inclusion of Identity group politics often means uniformity and exclusion of ideas "IndyWatch Feed World"

"'Diversity and inclusion' is the moral benchmark of our time... Every corporation, college, and government agency, along with a growing number of bowling leagues and bait-and-tackle shops, has an Office of Diversity and Inclusion." So says William Voegeli in a recent article. And so says the University of California at Los Angeles, whose campus-wide Vice Chancellor for Equity, Diversity and Inclusion earned (or at least, was paid) some $444,000 in 2016. UCLA is not alone in assigning overwhelming importance to "diversity and inclusion." Bias in favor of or against an individual simply because of his or her race or ethnicity is morally wrong. When bias is government policy, the outcome is also invariably bad. Neither morality nor Machiavelli favors group preferences, as distinguished black economist Thomas Sowell argued in an 18,000-word 1989 article.

20:23

Touch-sensitive artificial nerve developed for robots "IndyWatch Feed World"

Bridging the gap between biological systems and machines has come one step closer, with a report in the journal Science detailing a touch-sensitive artificial nerve. Capable of distinguishing Braille characters and even interfacing with a cockroach leg, the device could have wide-reaching applications in robotics and prosthetic limbs. The artificial nerve, developed by scientists at Stanford University in the US and Seoul National Universities in Korea, brings together three components to mimic at action of a sensory nerve cell. An organic polymer-based pressure sensor feeds information to a flexible ring oscillator, which functions as an electronic neuron. The signal generated is then fed to an artificial synaptic transistor, which integrates the outputs from multiple pressure sensors, modelled after the synapse between biological nerve cells. This synaptic transistor can then feed output to a computer, or can be directly linked to a biological nerve cell. The polymer-based pressure sensors, which have been previously reported by co-author Zhenan Bao, professor of chemical engineering at Stanford, can detect the weight of a single flower petal weighing just 0.8 milligrams. This means that artificial skin imbedded with these cells could be even more sensitive than human skin. "We take skin for granted but it's a complex sensing, signalling and decision-making system," says Bao.

20:23

Anti-Russian propaganda means nothing to thousands of international fans enjoying World Cup in Russia "IndyWatch Feed World"

The striking thing about Moscow during the World Cup so far is just how much the atmosphere of openness and joy is in stark contrast to the bad spirited build up seen in parts of the western, english speaking media. Scare stories of hooliganism, racism, and homophobia dominated coverage which seemed more interested in confirming its own stereotypes than uncovering the complexities of a nation. The vast majority of the locals and fans meeting in Russia couldn't care less about the politics. How about this headline from The Times newspaper in Britain after Russia's opening 5-0 win over Saudi Arabia? "Russia get party started with goal feast for Vladimir Putin." To me it seems extremely cynical to suggest the team did it for Putin; they did it for the excited kids who came out of Moscow's Luzhniki Stadium afterwards with big smiles on their faces. They did it for the Russians that love football. That is a headline written by someone who can't get out of the way of their own preconceptions.

20:20

The liberal media's Father's Day "IndyWatch Feed World"

Happy Father's Day from CNN: Like many new dads, Sabastion Sparks knew parenting would come with serious challenges. But most new dads didn't give birth to their child. They didn't breastfeed them. And they don't endure glares from strangers when they go shopping with their wife and their toddler son. Sabastion, 24, is a transgender man who lives with his wife Angel in suburban Atlanta. Assigned the female gender at birth, he began transitioning five years ago . It's a process that felt more complete last month when he had surgery to remove his breasts.

20:19

800-Year-Old Made in China Label Solves Shipwreck Mystery "IndyWatch Feed World"

An 800-year-old piece of pottery has helped archaeologists put together fascinating new details about a medieval ship that sank off the coast of Indonesia. The wooden hull of the ship, which sank in the Java Sea, has long since disintegrated, but its cargo offers vital clues about the vessel. Fishermen discovered the wreck site in []

20:12

Researchers Finally Know How Easter Island Statues Got Their Colossal Hats "IndyWatch Feed World"

The Easter Island statues, or moai, are multi-tonne enigmas. So are their hats. The how and the why of these stone accessories, called pukao, weighed on Binghamton University archeology professor Carl Lipo. So much so that he went to Easter Island with a team of researchers seeking answers. The statues themselves are mysterious enough. Having been built an estimated 700 []

20:10

The direct approach to reducing poverty isn't always best "IndyWatch Feed World"

Sometimes in life, it is clear that the direct approach isn't the best one. This is true in many areas, even when it comes to policymaking. Take, as an example, the area of extreme poverty. It seems logical, at first, that the most effective response should be head-on: giving money and assets to protect people from income shocks. In recent times, microcredit schemes have been presented as a panacea, attracting a lot of money around the world. However, a series of trials have shown that microcredit doesn't do much good-often not even increasing average incomes, and burying the poor in debt. Subsidized crop insurance is another direct approach designed to help generate more income for the poorest of farmers by making agriculture less risky. But how useful is this approach? New research by Munshi Sulaiman, research director of Save the Children International, with Michael Murigi of the University of Sydney, analytically weighs the costs and benefits of this along with other direct approaches to poverty alleviation.

20:01

RV/Intelligence Alert: "Father's Day" -- June 17, 2018 "IndyWatch Feed World"

Operation Disclosure

RV/INTELLIGENCE ALERT - June 17, 2018


(Disclaimer: The following is an overview of the current situation based on rumors/leaks from several sources which may or may not be truthful or accurate.)


Happy Father's Day!


Quick Review:


- The RV was "softly" released as of June 15th, 2018 and is making it's way down the line.


- Transactions in relation to the RV continue to occur.


- Paperwork is being prepared and sent to specific parties involved in the RV.


- The Alliance are keeping information leaks regarding the RV to a bare minimum due to the volatility of the situation.


- The Alliance hold situation briefings on a daily basis.


- World leaders are then informed about the briefings and adjust "the plan" accordingly.


- The Event is imminent.


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FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE RV/GCR VISIT:

http://www.dinarchronicles.com/intel.html

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19:46

Sacked German migration chief was central to application fraud scandal - but is the problem solved? "IndyWatch Feed World"

The ousted head of Germany's refugee agency was central to an unfolding asylum application fraud scandal, but firing her won't fix core "structural problems" in the country's migration system, a geopolitical analyst has told RT. After serving just 18 months as head of the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees (BAMF), Jutta Cordt was fired this week by Interior Minister Horst Seehofer, after an internal review discovered that the agency's branch in the city of Bremen had violated legal and internal regulations for the approval of asylum applications. The decision was quietly announced on Friday, and Rainer Rothfuss, a geopolitical analyst and professor at Tbingen University's Institute of Geography in Baden-Wrttemberg, feels the sacking was long overdue. "It is quite late now that Horst Seehofer tries to find the responsible or the culpable person at the top of the BAMF organization," Rothfuss said. "He should have broken up the coalition already in 2015 to protest against Angela Merkel for breaking the German laws and letting migrants flow into our country." In April, it was revealed that a former BAMF official at the Bremen office was under investigation on suspicion of taking bribes from at least 1,200 asylum seekers, starting in 2013. Other officials at the agency were also probed for possibly having taken part in the scheme. They include an interpreter and three lawyers. After reviewing some 1,371 asylum cases from 2013 to 2017, an internal audit allegedly found the Bremen branch responsible for violating the law in 142 instances, Der Spiegel reported. In 54 percent of the Bremen decisions there had been no admissible request. In about 40 percent of cases, the identity of the asylum seekers was not clarified, the report said.

19:35

Twitter loses case against right-winger suing for banning his account "IndyWatch Feed World"

On Thursday, a California superior court judge ruled in favor of "white advocate" Jared Taylor of American Renaissance, who is suing Twitter for banning his account over his political views. From Bloomberg, "Twitter to Face Claims by 'White Advocate' Over Banned Accounts":

19:33

Russia hosting the World Cup has political dimensions all to her benefit "IndyWatch Feed World"

The act of playing and watching football should always remain apolitical, but it's impossible not to notice the political dimensions of hosting the World Cup, all of which decisively play to Russia's favor. It was a very prudent move for President Putin to work his hardest over the years in getting FIFA to ultimately grant Russia the global honor of hosting the 2018 World Cup. This renowned privilege will assuredly be to Moscow's political advantage despite the act of playing and watching football being a decidedly apolitical pastime. Here are the three benefits that Russia stands to reap through its hosting of this event, beginning with those that are most relevant from a grassroots level and then proceeding to the ones that are within the realm of International Relations:

19:29

"I'm with her"? DOJ IG report reveals Comey used personal email to conduct official FBI business "IndyWatch Feed World"

But HIS emails! There's a section of the Department of Justice Inspector General report which says that several FBI officials, including James Comey, used a personal email accounts to do government business. The Washington Post reports that Michael Horowitz found five instances where Comey used a personal account to draft or forward emails on official matters. This development comes amid other portions of the report which state that even though he wasn't affected by "political bias," he broke with standard protocol when he oversaw the Hillary Clinton email investigation. Someone might have some 'splaining to do.

19:25

Rinus Verhagen -- Creating a Golden Age of Prosperity and World Peace "IndyWatch Feed World"

Thanks StarGazon for your positive feedback about the GCR/RV!

I hope there will be a conference at the moment we can start.


There we can share knowledge and projects with each other.


This way we can work most efficiently with the best possible solutions.


I have done a lot of work to give the right direction.


So far I have a plan for 935,000 jobs in Europe, but this is going to be a lot but thanks to the site
http://FreeLife.world where people can submit projects.

On this SITE, people can download a calculation tool to map their project calculation.

This SITE will come in several languages, with multiple e-mail addresses each country having their own entrance.

I love structure to make logical plans on a realistic basis.

Thanks to my experience with my own companies and the drive to achieve the best I have been asked as a creator for Europe.

I hope that the global team will support this cooperation.

That way everyone does not have to reinvent the wheel, and we learn a lot from each other.

The contact I have already made with a company could lead to the development of my invention.

Their senior designer was impressed by my story and the suggested effects of my Ultrasonic Hydrobooster.

I received a payment of 2 times 385 euros for health care. This money wants to cash with through DOJ, is only a problem I do not have.

In this way we are systematically de...

19:25

(Video) The Dark Secrets of the Wizard of Oz -- Documentary "IndyWatch Feed World"



Published on Dec 7, 2017

Why are the elite obsessed with Red Shoes? And what Role do the red shoes play in this bizarre subculture? What is with the rainbow symbolism in Eyes Wide Shut? You'll never look at Wizard of Oz the same again.

Urban legends aside, the movie "The Wizard of Oz" has a dark side that few are are of, a land of govt. mind-control, occult philosophy and more. HELP ME KEEP MORE DOCS COMING!

19:17

Child abuse: Mother wants son she birthed to see 'him' as a man - father now a 'woman' too "IndyWatch Feed World"

Just in time for Father's Day, CNN brings you the story of a biological female who refers to herself as a transgender man who, after taking testosterone to "transition," conceived a child with a man who was "transitioning" into a transgender woman but stopped taking hormones long enough that they could conceive a son. CNN titled the piece, "He gave birth. He breastfed. Now, he wants his son to see him as a man." The "he" in question is Sabastion Sparks, 24, "a transgender man who lives with his wife Angel in suburban Atlanta." CNN writes, "Like many new dads, Sabastion Sparks knew parenting would come with serious challenges. But most new dads didn't give birth to their child. They didn't breastfeed them." That's certainly true. CNN writes that Sparks "wants Jaxen, their 20-month-old son, to have as normal a childhood as possible," suggesting that a more "comfortable" Sparks can now better provide that normal childhood. "I'm going to be a better father being comfortable in myself and him seeing that confidence in me," said Sparks.

19:15

Judges work around student loan bankruptcy laws in favor of borrowers "IndyWatch Feed World"

Earlier this week, we linked to a CNBC story that described how the Department of Education is seeking input on whether it was too hard for borrowers to discharge student loans in bankruptcy. We pointed out that if the DoE went forward, it would be a twofer for the Republicans: they'd probably win votes from at least some borrowers who benefitted, and the recognition of losses on Federally guaranteed loans would lead to call to make the program more stringent, perhaps including penalties on higher educational institutions who mislead borrowers about loan risks and their earnings potential. Since employees of higher educational institutions skew Democratic, effectively cutting their funding would not hurt and probably would help Team R. It turns out some bankruptcy judges have already concluded that the bankruptcy requirements for student loans have been excessive, and they've been allowing some borrowers to reduce or discharge their debts, something that was heretofore virtually impossible. Mind you, this is not happening very often, in part because bankruptcy judges historically have been so unreceptive to plaintiffs weighed down by student debts seeking relief that lawyers would refuse to take these cases. As a result, last year, only 473 borrowers made the attempt.

19:15

Fasting versus Carb Restriction: Which Works Better for What Scenarios "IndyWatch Feed World"

Both fasting and carb-restriction appear to operate along similar physiological pathways. Both lower carbs. Both increase fat-adaptation. Both have the potential to get you into ketosis. Both lower insulin and blood sugar. But is one better than the other? Are there certain scenarios in which an intermittent fasting protocol works better than a low-carb diet, and vice versa? Let's find out if the distinction matters. And what scenarios are most impacted by any difference.

19:10

Inside the California shelter for child illegals separated from parents "IndyWatch Feed World"

The Department of Health and Human Services hosted Breitbart News and other media on a tour of a facility in El Cajon, California, on Friday where migrant children are being sheltered after being separated from their parents. The children are separated from their parents - or, to be precise, from the adults accompanying them, who may or may not be their parents - when their parents cross the southern U.S. border illegally and are caught and detained. Previously, under the "catch-and-release" policy, the adults would be released. Under the "zero tolerance" policy of the Trump administration, the adults are being detained and prosecuted. Children cannot be incarcerated with them. However, families that arrive together at legal ports of entry and apply for asylum status are generally not split up and are permitted to stay in the U.S. pending the adjudication of their applications (which can take several years). Democrats and the mainstream media have accused the administration of separating the children of "immigrants" from their parents and imprisoning them in "cages." On Thursday, CNN analyst and Playboy reporter Brian Karem shouted at White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders: "These people have nothing. They come to the border with nothing and you throw children in cages." None of the reporters in the briefing room corrected him.

19:05

NASA says Mars rover Opportunity is 'sleeping' though massive dust storm "IndyWatch Feed World"

The craft may be able to hibernate through a dust storm that could last months The veteran Opportunity rover isn't dead yet. Currently, the craft is in a deep sleep to ride out a massive Martian dust storm, NASA officials said in a briefing on June 13. The rover may wake itself up when the storm ends. Opportunity is enveloped in a vast dust storm that grew from a small patch spotted on May 30 to cover a quarter of the planet by June 12 (SN Online: 6/11/18). Too little sunlight is reaching the rover's solar panels, so Opportunity is in low-power mode - just barely enough to run the rover's internal clock - until its batteries can charge again. The team hasn't heard from Opportunity since June 10, and no transmissions are expected until the storm clears.

19:05

China's all-seeing credit score system rewards good behavior, punishes bad "IndyWatch Feed World"

In the UK, credit scores are mostly used to determine whether people can get a credit card or loan. But in China, the government is developing a much broader "social credit" system partly based on people's routine behaviours with the ultimate goal of determining the "trustworthiness" of the country's 1.4 billion citizens. It might sound like a futuristic dystopian nightmare but the system is already a reality. Social credit is preventing people from buying airline and train tickets, stopping social gatherings from happening, and blocking people from going on certain dating websites. Meanwhile, those viewed kindly are rewarded with discounted energy bills and similar perks. China's social credit system was launched in 2014 and is supposed to be nationwide by 2020. As well as tracking and rating individuals, it also encompasses businesses and government officials. When it is complete, every Chinese citizen will have a searchable file of amalgamated data from public and private sources tracking their social credit. Currently, the system is still under development and authorities are trying to centralise local databases.

18:57

'It pierced the clouds': Fireball spotted blazing over Europe during music festival "IndyWatch Feed World"

Music fans were given an unexpected surprise when a fiery meteorite gatecrashed a set by the Foo Fighters during a Dutch music festival. The American rockers were performing at Landgraaf's Pinkpop festival when a fireball streaked across the sky. The celestial ball of light is thought to have been the same phenomenon observed in dozens of reports to the International Meteor Organization (IMO). The Belgian agency, which documents comet and meteor shower sightings, reported 90 eyewitness cases involving the fireball across Belgium, Switzerland, Germany, the Netherlands and France late on June 16.

18:38

These Chips Are Toxic To Humans, And Have Officially Been Linked to Hormone Disruption and Kidney Failure "IndyWatch Feed World"

We all love chips be it on a daily basis or on rare occasions. When it comes to which ones we should be eating we tend to go with the ones that look and are somewhat marketed as more healthy, right?

Frito-Lay markets SunChips as a better snack for us all, one that is rich in whole grains, right? While they claim the low amounts of cholesterol and saturated fats will benefit our heart health they dont mention how damning these chips truly are. With every good thing we find in this day and age there is always something we are not being told.

I actually recently came across a post by GMOFreeUSA that showed the results they were able to obtain by testing these chips and their findings were nowhere near what I had expected. When they sent a sample of these SunChips into a certified lab to test them for the presence of GMO material and Glyphosate the tests came back positive for both.

They wrote as follows in regards to the results and presence of GMOs:

The quantitative PCR test verified, by DNA analysis, that 100% of the corn in the SunChips was GMO, containing DNA sequences known to be present in insecticide-producing Bt and Roundup Ready corn. The corn in SunChips produces insecticides from inside every cell of the plant that cant be washed off and is regulated by the EPA. The FDA, EPA, and USDA allowed the insecticidal GMO corn discovered in SunChips to be commercialized without ever conducting human safety tests.

An in-vitro study found that the insecticides in this corn may be toxic to human cells. Feeding studies conducted on mammals found adverse effects including immune system disturbances, blood biochemistry disturbances, male reproductive organ damage, disturbances in the functioning of the digestive system and signs of organ toxicity. Industry claims that these insecticidal proteins are broken down in the digestive tract, yet a study found the proteins circulating in the blood of pregnant and non-pregnant women and the blood supply to fetuses. For more details about the potential impact of Bt and glyphosate on human health, read our full Kelloggs Froot Loops Report.

As if that wasnt enough, the presence of glyphosate is more than a good reason to avoid these chips altogether. There is a mounting body of evidence that continues to grow in regards to the damning effects glyphosate can and does have on our bodies.

While I know this might seem a bit over the to...

18:37

Senate Report Admits Clinton Gifted Children To Human Traffickers "IndyWatch Feed World"

Hillary Clintons State Department gifted an unknown number of children to human traffickers after refusing to run the most basic checks on these so-called caregivers, according to a bombshell Senate report released late on Thursday and [...]

The post Senate Report Admits Clinton Gifted Children To Human Traffickers appeared first on Your News Wire.

18:34

Immigrant Protections Eroded as Trump Took Office "IndyWatch Feed World"

The Trump administrations move to separate immigrant parents from their children on the U.S.-Mexico border has grabbed attention around the world, drawn scorn from human-rights organizations and overtaken the immigration debate in Congress.

Its also a situation that has been brewing since the week President Donald Trump took office, when he issued his first order signaling a tougher approach to asylum-seekers. Since then, the administration has been steadily eroding protections for immigrant children and families.

Theyre willing to risk harm to a child being traumatized, separated from a parent and sitting in federal detention by themselves, in order to reach a larger policy goal of deterrence, said Jennifer Podkul, director of policy at Kids in Need of Defense, which represents children in immigration court.

To those who work with immigrants, the parents plight was heralded by a series of measures making it harder for kids arriving on the border to get released from government custody and to seek legal status here.

The administration says the changes are necessary to deter immigrants from coming here illegally. But a backlash is mounting, fueled by reports of children being taken from mothers and distraught toddlers and elementary school age children asking, through tears, when they can see their parents.

About 2,000 children had been separated from their families over a six-week period ending in May, administration officials said Friday.

Among the parents caught up in the new rules is 29-year-old Vilma Aracely Lopez Juc de Coc, who fled her home in a remote Guatemalan village after her husband was beaten to death in February, according to advocates. When she reached the Texas border with her 11-year-old son in May, he was taken from her by border agents, she said.

Her eyes swollen, she cried when she asked a paralegal what she most wanted to know: When could she see her son again?

She did not know what was going on, said paralegal Georgina Guzman, recalling their conversation at a federal courthouse in McAllen, Texas.

Similar scenarios play out on a daily basis in federal courtrooms in Texas and Arizona, where dozens of immigrant parents appear on charges of entering the country illegally after traveling up from Central America. More than the legal outcome of their cases, their advocates say, theyre worried about their children.

Since Trumps inauguration, the administration has issued at least half a dozen orders and changes affecting immigrant children, many of them obscure revisions. The cumulative effect is a dramatic alteration of immigration policy and practice.

The measures require a senior government official to sign off on the release of children from secure shelters a...

18:32

Deal of the century? No peace in sight as Israel carries on lying, stealing and killing with US approval "IndyWatch Feed World"

There are mounting signals that Donald Trump's much-delayed Middle East peace plan - billed as the "deal of the century" - is about to be unveiled. Even though Trump's officials have given away nothing publicly, the plan's contours are already evident, according to analysts. They note that Israel has already started implementing the deal - entrenching "apartheid" rule over Palestinians - while Washington has spent the past six months dragging its heels on publishing the document. "Netanyahu has simply got on with deepening his hold on the West Bank and East Jerusalem - and he knows the Americans aren't going to stand in his way," said Michel Warschawski, an Israeli analyst and head of the Alternative Information Centre in Jerusalem. "He will be given free rein to do what he likes, whether they publish the plan or, in the end, it never sees the light of day," he told Middle East Eye. Eran Etzion, a former Israeli foreign ministry official, agreed: "Israel has a much freer hand than it did in the past. It feels confident enough to continue its existing policies, knowing Trump won't stand in the way."

18:32

GOP will hit FBI, DOJ with 'full arsenal of constitutional weapons' if they don't comply with subpoena, Gowdy warns "IndyWatch Feed World"

House Oversight Committee Chairman Trey Gowdy told Fox News Sunday that House Speaker Paul Ryan led a meeting Friday night with senior members of the DOJ and FBI, and made it clear that "there's going to be action on the floor of the House this week if FBI and DOJ do not comply with our subpoena request." The House Judiciary Committee has requested more than a million documents from the FBI and DOJ relating to the Hillary Clinton email probe, the firing of former top FBI official Andrew McCabe, and reported surveillance of a Trump aide during the 2016 presidential election. But Republicans have accused the DOJ and FBI of stonewalling and intentionally impeding their investigation, despite the agencies' claims that fulfilling the request requires a careful review of the sensitive documents.

18:27

Not Global Warming: Extreme weather in the US rapidly increasing in frequency and severity "IndyWatch Feed World"

The last year has brought record-breaking natural disasters of all shapes and sizes to the U.S., from massive hurricanes in the Gulf to wildfires and flash-flooding in the Pacific. Though isolated in time and space, it would be an oversight to consider these events entirely unrelated. For years, climate scientists have been predicting more extreme weather as carbon emissions increase and global temperatures rise. And what we're seeing is exactly that, producing wreckage well beyond your every-few-years event. Let's have a look at the last 12 months. Comment: The climate is growing stranger and more extreme by the day, but it's not global warming and it's not caused by CO2: Cosmic Climate Change is Underway

18:26

Cancer is the second leading cause of death in children - why has the possible link between vaccination and pediatric cancer not been investigated? "IndyWatch Feed World"

According to the American Cancer Society, after accidents, cancer is the second leading cause of death in children between the ages of one and four. Although pediatrics cancers account for less than one percent of all cancers diagnosed each year, the number of children diagnosed with cancer has been rising steadily over the last few decades.1 The National Cancer Institute (NCI) at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) estimated that 10,270 new cases of pediatric cancers would be diagnosed in 2017 in children from birth to the age of 14. Approximately 1,190 of these children were expected to die as a result of cancer.2

18:26

Leaked Photo Of Barack Obama Dressed As Satan Goes Viral "IndyWatch Feed World"

A disturbing image of former president Barack Obama dressed as Satan while attending an Illuminati party organized by international elites has gone viral on the internet. The photo, which provides a behind-the-scenes glimpse into the [...]

The post Leaked Photo Of Barack Obama Dressed As Satan Goes Viral appeared first on Your News Wire.

18:23

See no evil: FBI fails to investigate devices of Hillary's inner circle because they didn't want to find incriminating evidence "IndyWatch Feed World"

Thursday's report on the Hillary Clinton email investigation by Department of Justice Inspector General Michael Horowitz was, as Canadian pop-punk degenerates Sum 41 might have put it, "All killer, no filler." There were so many jaw-dropping moments of, "No, wait - FBI employees can't do that, can they?" that it transformed an actual government report into a veritable page-turner. Within all of that, some small moments of irony and significance were bound to get lost in the shuffle. It's perfectly easy to overlook minor gems in the report when you've got a new text message from Peter Strzok promising to "stop" Donald Trump and another FBI agent passing on information to Clinton campaign head John Podesta at the same time he was trying to get his son a job with the Clinton campaign. One of those minor gems, however, comes when you find out why the FBI didn't investigate the Blackberries and other email devices of Hillary Clinton's inner circle. I know what you're thinking. First, yes, apparently they still used Blackberries. I know they're secure and the government was among the last users of the superannuated mobile platform, but given Clinton's tendency toward antiquated technology, I'm halfway surprised her office computer wasn't a Commodore Amiga. ("Huma! Can you help me for a sec? My 2400 baud modem isn't connecting to State Department system.") Second, wait, the FBI didn't check the email devices of Clinton's inner circle? Why on earth wouldn't you do that, especially since they likely interacted with Hillary's server with great frequency - if, in fact, their email accounts weren't on it in the first place.

18:16

Sheets of rain: Austrian photographer creates stunning time-lapse of cloud dumping 'tsunami' over lake "IndyWatch Feed World"

Mother Nature's beautiful and mysterious ways have been caught on camera by a professional photographer who has captured time-lapse footage of a powerful rainstorm over a lake in Austria. The video, titled 'Tsunami from Heaven' shows blue skies turning grey as rain clouds swoop in over Lake Millstatt in Carinthia, Austria. It doesn't take long to see why photographer Peter Maier gave the video its title, as the downpour of the rainstorm does indeed look like a tsunami coming from the heavens.

18:15

As Social Security and Medicare Go Bankrupt, US Gives $10.5 Million a DAY to Israel "IndyWatch Feed World"

By Rachel Blevins As the United States government admits that Social Security and Medicare services are going bankrupt and will both be completely depleted within...

18:14

Will We Ever Start Using The Precautionary Principle With WiFi Technology Even With Our Kids? "IndyWatch Feed World"

By B.N. Frank Ian Phillips was a business executive whose job required he spend many hours on a mobile phone.  After learning he had a...

18:13

No Bones About It. Cell Phones in Pockets Kill Sperm and More. "IndyWatch Feed World"

By B.N. Frank Boys and men of all ages may not feel any heat or sensation from a carrying a cell phone in their pants...

18:05

Tesla vehicle catches fire 'out of the blue' in California traffic "IndyWatch Feed World"

A Tesla vehicle caught fire, apparently "out of the blue," while sitting in California traffic. Video of the incident has been shared by US actress Mary McCormack whose husband was in the electric car at the time. McCormack said her husband was in traffic on Santa Monica Boulevard when the vehicle suddenly caught fire. There was "no accident" and the blaze came completely "out of the blue," she said. Passersby flagged down the driver who then got out of the vehicle. Video recorded at the scene shows flames shooting from underneath the parked car. The electric car did not have an autopilot feature and was a "normal Tesla,"according to McCormack.

18:02

Changing atmosphere: Footage of Russian rocket flyover lights up social media "IndyWatch Feed World"

A scheduled launch of Russia's Soyuz rocket with a satellite aboard turned into quite an event in Russia after pictures of it heading into space baffled the whole country. People across Russia took to social media to post dazzling pictures and videos featuring a mysterious object flying over them in the night to Sunday. Searching for an explanation, some said it could have been a UFO. Others said the white oval object leaving a massive trail could be a sign that Russia's state of the art ICBM Topol-M had been launched. However, alien-seekers were left disappointed, as it turned out to be a Russian Soyuz 2.1-b rocket, which was launched at 12:46am Moscow time (21:46 GMT) from the Plesetsk test launch site. Several hours later, the carrier rocket's Fregat booster put the Glonass-M navigational satellite into orbit. The satellite will join the group of Russia's Global Navigation Satellite System (GLONASS), which currently has a total of 25 objects, one of which is currently undergoing flight tests.

18:00

Wave of amputations in Gaza shows Israel shoots to maim for life, but sometimes also kill "IndyWatch Feed World"

Baha Abu Ayash winced as a nurse unraveled the bandage around his right ankle. There was a whiff of rotting meat as a gaping bullet wound came into view. A doctor pinched his toes. They were black and cold. For six days, the 23-year-old and his family had held out hope that his foot might be saved, if only he could be evacuated from the Gaza Strip. But it was too late now, the doctor from Jordan told them. Even if Israel agreed to the transfer, the decision would be the same. "This patient needs a life-saving amputation," the doctor said. "Gangrene has set in. ... It is very critical." Still, the family hesitated. Nobody in the family had steady work. Who would support the young man if his foot or leg were removed? "It's not an easy decision," said Mohammed Abu Ayash, one of his 12 siblings. The toll of violence during two months of protests along the Gaza Strip's border with Israel is most often measured in deaths: at least 123 Palestinians killed by Israeli gunfire.

17:58

Theresa May faces Parliamentary rebellion for amendment effectively nullifying Brexit "IndyWatch Feed World"

The battle between Theresa May's government, Brexit supporters, and EU loyalists in the House of Commons has reignited, with the Prime Minister walking back on an agreement to appease Remainer rebels on the EU Withdrawal Bill. Mrs May was previously reported to have made a series of concessions to Tory rebels loyal to the European Union, agreeing to allow the Remainer-dominated Parliament to have a so-called 'meaningful vote' on the terms of Britain's exit from the EU - which Leave supporters decried as an effective veto on Brexit. Brexit supporters on the 1922 Committee - made up of Tory MPs who do not hold Government positions - were swift to react once the implications of these concessions became clear, with one senior Leaver remarking: "If Theresa and [Chief Whip Julian Smith] have sold us out here they are in real trouble. She reassured us all at the 1922. There is no way she can recover if she has now f*cked us over."

17:51

Former cop who solicited child sex retires with full benefits "IndyWatch Feed World"

A former police lieutenant could be facing a new trial after he was given probation for sending lewd messages and attempting to have sex with a child, and then allowed to quietly retire on taxpayer-funded medical disability. Former California Highway Patrol lieutenant Stephen Robert Deck was given probation for attempting to have sex with a 13-year-old in 2006. The officer was caught in an undercover sting operation set up by police to catch pedophiles in the act of trying to have sex with kids. Unlike most of the other 12 defendants in the case, who were sentenced to at least one year in prison, Deck was afforded probation simply because he wore a badge. His attorneys fought his conviction for years, losing twice in appeals, but Deck eventually was granted a mistrial on a technicality. Now, instead of simply allowing the years-old case to go by the wayside, the Orange County District Attorney's Office is preparing for a possible new trial with hearings scheduled on July 16th. The Orange County Weekly described how the officer was able to have his conviction overturned in 2014: In 2014, however, the Ninth Circuit overturned the conviction for an attempted lewd act upon a child. A non-unanimous panel of judges ruled that Mestman (prosecutor) erred in his closing statement on a technicality about when Deck, who worked at CHP's San Clemente office, intended to commit a lewd act on Amy.

17:47

People with BIID feel urge to maim themselves to feel 'normal' "IndyWatch Feed World"

Forget extreme plastic surgery, tattoos and piercings - a minority are taking body modification to the next level - by voluntarily cutting off their own limbs. A body modifier has exclusively revealed how his "extra" limbs feel alien, and has resorted to the drastic measure of self-mutilation - because he actually want to be disabled. Dr. Michael First, a professor of psychiatry at Columbia University, has led investigations into this bizarre and extremely rare psychiatric condition which he is calling body integrity identity disorder (BIID). Also known as amputee identity disorder, it gives people a fierce desire to rid themselves of perfectly healthy limbs. Comment: Warning: More disturbing images below.

17:36

'I wasn't dying today:' Grandmother kills rabid bobcat with her bare hands "IndyWatch Feed World"

A grandmother in Georgia says she simply refused to give up and die when suddenly attacked by a rabies-stricken bobcat in her front yard, instead battling the creature to the death with her bare hands. DeDe Phillips was working outside her home in rural Hart County when the large feline suddenly struck. "I thought, 'not today'. There was no way I was going to die," she toldthe Athens Banner-Herald, explaining that adrenaline kicked in when she was suddenly thrust into the life-and-death struggle. The daughter-in-law of a bobcat trapper, Phillips knew what she had to do to protect herself, and grabbed the creature's throat, tackling it to the ground and eventually strangling it. She didn't call out for help until she thought the big cat was dead as she didn't want her young granddaughter to venture out into the vicinity of the wildcat.

17:35

Parkland school guard who ignored shooter investigated for harassing female students "IndyWatch Feed World"

As we reported extensively in the aftermath of the Parkland school shooting in February, law enforcement failed on multiple levels that day, fumbling numerous opportunities to intervene in the attack. Now, months later it has been revealed that the first line of defense in the shooting, a guard for the school named Andrew Medina, was unfit for his position and should not have been trusted with the lives of children. Medina has been criticized for not taking proper action during the attack, and many critics say that if he did take action, he could have saved many lives. This week, new details have emerged about Medina's past at the school which gives an ugly glimpse into his character. According to the family of Meadow Pollack, a young girl who died in the shooting, 39-year-old Andrew Medina harassed a number of girls at the school, including Meadow. Medina was reported on two separate occasions, but no action was ever taken against him, despite the seriousness of the allegations and the fact that there were multiple reports. According to records obtained by the Sun Sentinel, Medina propositioned one student and made a lewd comment to another in February 2017, a year before the attack. "Both students became so uncomfortable with Mr. Medina's comments and actions, they sought out different routes to their classes in an attempt to avoid him," the report said.

17:34

Happy Feet: Improving foot core stability emerges as latest fitness target "IndyWatch Feed World"

For years, our core muscles have been the focus of workout attention. For those who have failed to find them, these are the muscles that wrap around our middles like a corset and, through workouts aimed at engaging even the most deeply embedded of them, we have been promised better posture, flatter stomachs and more supple movement. Now there's a new core workout that promises all of these gains and more. And what's surprising is that the core muscles being targeted are not to be found in your trunk, but in your feet. Improving foot core stability is the latest fitness target among those preoccupied with avoiding rounded shoulders and back pain. Last month, it was a focus of the podiatry and orthotics lectures at the Primary Care and Public Health conference in Britain.

17:33

Ex-Minister: 'Bullying culture' one of many reasons why UK is leaving EU "IndyWatch Feed World"

A heated debate on British television raised questions over the EU's aggressive negotiating tactics and unwillingness to listen. Ex-Cabinet Minister and MP Michael Portillo criticized the European Union's (EU) "bullying culture" during a debate on the BBC's This Week show, in which he locked horns with British Philosopher AC Grayling "I was in this studio before the referendum, and I kept saying 'you see if the referendum goes the way the establishment doesn't want it they will soon be back saying there ought to be another referendum, which they have done to every other European country'. It's part of the bullying culture of the European Union," he said as quoted by The Express. "If people defy what the establishment wants to do, they have to be bullied, they have to be punished, they have to be threatened."

17:29

Saudis, U.S. Ignore Famine Warning in Besieged Yemen "IndyWatch Feed World"

Ignoring international aid groups warnings that an attack on the Yemeni city of Hodeida, which is held by Houthi rebels, could exacerbate hunger in an impoverished and war-torn nation already on the brink of famine, Saudi-led U.S.-backed coalition forces continued a sweeping assault on the Red Sea port city Saturday, reportedly seizing control of an airport.

Since the fighting started earlier this week, thousands of Hodeidas 600,000 civilians have evacuated and hundreds of people have been killed. The port city is the main conduit through which about 70 percent of international aid reaches Yemenis, many of whom are battling starvation and outbreaks of infectious diseases such as cholera.

The Norwegian Refugee Councils office in Yemen told Reuters that humanitarian agencies cannot currently access areas south of the city where people are most likely to have been injured, affected, and displaced, leaving us without a clear picture of needs.

The lack of humanitarian assistance, following suspension of aid programs and with limited NGO staff on the ground while a military offensive is ongoing, will have severe consequences on a region already facing restrictions on the import and internal transportation of vital supplies, including medicines, food, and fuel, Frederic Pelat, head of Mdecins Sans Frontires mission in Yemen, warned Thursday. Yemenis living in the northern parts of the country depend on vital supplies that pass through Hodeidas port.

17:29

2 injured as woman with box cutter attacks people in a southeastern France store, reportedly shouts 'Allahu Akbar' "IndyWatch Feed World"

A woman reportedly shouting "Allahu Akbar" has attacked and injured two people at a supermarket in La Seyne-sur-Mer, southeastern France. She has been taken into custody and is being checked for terrorist links. She was detained after assaulting an employee and a customer with a cutter knife at a store in the Var department on Sunday, BFM TV reports, citing a local prosecutor. It is said that the customer was stabbed in the chest, while the employee was injured in the eye. The attacker, dressed in black and wearing a veil, was stopped by the supermarket staff, BFM TV reports.

17:22

Japanese top diplomat: US puts forward 47-point list of demands to Pyongyang "IndyWatch Feed World"

"If the demand for full denuclearization is not carried out in this form, sanctions against North Korea will not be lifted," the Japanese top diplomat said. The United States has filed a list of 47 demands that North Korea should fulfill to achieve total elimination of its nuclear arsenal, other weapons of mass destruction and relevant infrastructure, Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Kono said in an interview aired by national broadcaster NHK on Sunday. "The supreme leader of North Korea agreed to full denuclearization. US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said during his visit to Pyongyang that, according to the United States, this notion includes elimination - in the transparent and irreversible form - of the nuclear stockpile and other types of weapons of mass destruction, including chemical and biological ones, as well as missiles and all relevant infrastructure," he said. "In this regard, a list of 47 demands was submitted to North Korea. If the demand for full denuclearization is not carried out in this form, sanctions against North Korea will not be lifted. I think they [North Korea] understand this," the Japanese top diplomat said. He added that the demand includes elimination of all North Korean missiles, including those posing a threat to Japan.

17:19

The US Government's Torture of Children "IndyWatch Feed World"

Torture of Children by the US Government

US Government Torture of Children

Judy Note: Some of the below links dont work. I left them in to show how pervasive a cover-up has become on the US government torture of children paid out of our taxpayer dollars.

An FBI Case Agent discovered an email from Hillary Clinton (page 324 of the just released IG Report) that referenced child trafficking, but was told, We cant be looking at this.

Evidently the IG Report found thousands of emails on Anthony Weiners laptop concerning the Clinton Foundation and Crimes Against Children that have yet to find the mainstream media.

Over a year ago a Child Trafficking Scandal Tucson-Gate was suspected to have linked child trafficking to the Clintons, Tucson Arizona Mayor Jonathan Rothschild and Casa de Los Ninos childrens shelter.

Government sponsored torture and abuse of children appeared to be pervasive. On June 16 Kristine Guerra of The Washington Post discussed little girl no older than 2 taken from her mother the night before and brought to a shelter run by the Office of Refugee Resettlement along the Texas border. She was screaming and pounding her fists on a mat, though staff werent allowed to console her. That was the rule. Theyre not allowed to touch the children.

Nearly 2,000 immigrant children were separated from their parents during six weeks in April and May, according to the Department of Homeland Security. Any adult who crosses the border illegally faced criminal prosecution while their children were sent to shelters. The boys were known to be held behind bars in Walmart-converted warehouses. There was little or no accounting for teen girls thought kidnapped into an international child trafficking and gun running ring run by global elites, funded by the CIA and organized out of an office at the Vatican.

Around June 8 a suspected...

17:12

US acts as World's police making others comply with its national laws "IndyWatch Feed World"

An anti-doping bill was introduced to Congress on June 12 to make the use or distributing drugs during international sports events a punishable crime. The act offers fines of up to $250,000 for individuals and prison sentences of up to 10 years for those who make, distribute or use banned substances at sports events including four or more US athletes and other athletes from three or more countries. Whistleblowers that expose doping schemes will also be protected under the act. When the legislation goes into effect, any wrongdoer will be able to say he's unfairly persecuted in his own country for exposing doping-related activities to get American protection from justice at home. And athletes from different countries will have to prove their innocence in US, not national or international, courts. Inevitably, there'll be problems with proof making US prosecutors politicized and enjoy extended authority to get the evidence they could go upon.

17:11

Suspect dead, 20 injured in Trenton, New Jersey arts festival shooting "IndyWatch Feed World"

Twenty people have been injured, some critically, in a shooting at an arts festival in Trenton, New Jersey on Sunday. One person, suspected to be behind the shooting, has been killed according to local officials. A second suspect is in police custody, according to Mercer County Prosecutor's office. Fifteen of those injured suffered gunshot wounds and a 13 year-old boy is among the casualties. Local authorities say that several people opened fire inside the venue and multiple weapons were recovered in the scene. The casualties were confirmed by the Mercer County Prosecutor's office. Police received reports that a man had opened fire inside Roebling Market, where the all-night event took place, shortly before 3 am.

17:07

Kilaeua: Lava covers more than 9 miles of island, M5.4 quake reported "IndyWatch Feed World"

Since lava broke to the surface, it has overrun 5,914 acres of land, or roughly nine and a quarter square miles. The total number of homes destroyed stands at 467. Seismic activity is on an almost predictable cycle after another strong earthquake Saturday morning. A large explosion happened just after 10:20 a.m. at the summit of Kilauea. Officials say it had the energy of a 5.3 magnitude earthquake. No tsunami was generated. Air quality remains an issue as gasses and ash clog the air. USGS reports that the eruption from the lower East Rift Zone remains steady in Leilani Estates with few changes taking place over the past few days. On Saturday, lava fountains from fissure no. 8 reached heights of about 170 feet into the air. With the fast-moving flow, it was a similar scene all week.

16:56

'As crimes pile up, they become invisible': Western complicity in Saudi Arabia's dirty war in Yemen "IndyWatch Feed World"

The complicity of Western governments in the ocean of suffering being wrought in Yemen exposes them as agents of Saudi brutality. After three years of relentless conflict, it has been estimated that out of a population of 27.4 million, 22.2 million people in Yemen are in need of humanitarian assistance, 17 million are food insecure, 14.8 million lack basic healthcare, 4.5 million children are suffering malnourishment, while 2.9 million people are internally displaced. As for dead and injured, the toll stands at almost 10,000 and 50,000 respectively. As a result of the conflict, the country is also facing the "largest documented cholera epidemic of modern times." And this epidemic can only have been intensified by the Saudi bombing of a cholera treatment center in the west of the country, causing the French NGO Mdecins Sans Frontires to halt their work at the facility.

16:45

Trump like Hitler, ex-CIA boss says "IndyWatch Feed World"

From the Jewish Telegraph Agency, 17 June 2018:

Former CIA Chief Compares U.S. Immigration Policies To Nazi Germany

Former head of the Central Intelligence Agency and National Security Agency Michael Hayden compared the Trump administrations immigration policies to Nazi Germany.

In a tweet posted on Saturday, Hayden wrote: Other governments have separated mothers and children, under a black and white photo of the front of Auschwitz as seen from the railroad tracks approaching the former Nazi camp.

The tweet is a response to reports that under the U.S. governments so-called zero tolerance policy against illegal migrants nearly 2,000 children have been separated from their parents or adult guardians after entering the United States.

White House policy advisor Stephen Miller was instrumental in convincing President Trump to enact his zero-tolerance border policies that have led to immigrant children being separated from their parents, The New York Times reported Saturday: here.

16:37

Shadow Super Exopolitical Intel Report -- June 15-16, 2018 "IndyWatch Feed World"

Shadow Super Intel Report

June 15, 2018

Submitted to Operation Disclosure | By ShadowSuper

Trillions and trillions of years ago in the long forgotten past, the giant jelly fish-type entities know as the Miraders (the greatest of all extraterrestrial alien civilizations ) were the first ultra super mega genius flesh and blood species to rise from the absolute darkness of the great nothingness.

The Miraders developed highly and massively godlike computer minds in the manner of brilliant robot machines, which could create even much, much greater artificial constructs as the evolution of intelligence exploded completely out of control. Eventually, Mirader could monitor, record and control every microscopic particle on their planet and in their local star system.

Over the space of 7000 trillion years the Mirader Empire developed sophisticated ways to cheat death. And become immortal.

They developed the technology to get a glimpse of the past and even some of the future. However, this is a very imprecise power because it takes an infinite amount of power to travel in time. The further backwards or forward in time the more power it takes.


The Cabal want the Mirader's technology to achieve immortality themselves and a safe space on the Mirader's home planet.. this is one of the reasons they are panicking in Ireland.

The alliance are meeting in Glengariff in west cork to discuss the amount of Mirader transportation attempts by the Cabal.

The Alliance are keeping a close eye on Mount Gabriel (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mount_Gabriel#/media/File:Mount_Gabriel_Radar.jpg) as there appears to be suspicious activity at the rader site
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June 16, 2018

In West cork Ireland, local Gardai (the Irish Police Force) working with the Alliance informed them of suspicious activity on Mount Gabriel observatory near Schull west Cork.

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16:37

Oxfam accuses French police of abuse and detention of migrant children at border "IndyWatch Feed World"

French police are abusing and illegally detaining migrant children who attempt to cross the border from Italy, UK-based humanitarian group Oxfam said. Many intercepted minors have even been left unable to contact their families. Some 16,500 refugees and migrants are stuck near the small Italian town of Ventimiglia, 7km from the French border, Oxfam's new report, 'Nowhere but out,' calculates. One quarter of these people are children, mostly from Sudan, Eritrea and Afghanistan. The majority of these minors are between 15 and 17, but some are much younger, the group claims. Comment: This is tricky since it has been shown time and again that some migrants claim to be much younger than they really are. Since French authorities tightened border controls with Italy back in 2015, it has been hard for asylum seekers to enter the country. Hundreds of them are forced to "sleep rough under a [motorway] flyover" with no access to drinkable water, shelter or heating on the French-Italian border.

16:36

Demise of Dinosaurs May Serve as a Guide to Today "IndyWatch Feed World"

U.S. geologists have identified the moment of the dinosaurs death in the Earths deep past as the time when the climate changed, even faster and more severely than it is changing as a consequence of human action.

That fateful moment occurred on the day around 65 million years ago when a vast comet or asteroid smashed into Earth over what is now Chicxulub in the Yucatan peninsula of Mexico and brought the Cretaceous era to a close.

The scientists used tiny bits of fish scales, teeth and bones to compose a temperature chart for the last 50,000 years of the Cretaceous, and the first 100,000 years of the Palaeogene, when planet Earth changed forever.

The planetary average temperatures rose around 5C [9 F] and stayed perilously hotter for at least another 100,000 years, and in the course of this the last dinosaurs disappeared, as if violently wiped out in one short episode.

Theorists predict that an impact with something 10kms [6 miles] or so across arriving at a minimum of 20 kms a second would have delivered a ferocious blast of heat, a huge ejection of rock and dust into the upper atmosphere, a darkening of the skies, an all-year-round winter that might have endured for a decade, and then dramatic warming as the air filled with carbon dioxide from blazing forests around the planet.

The researchers report in the journal Science that they see this fateful celestial traffic accident as an unusually relevant natural experiment to compare to modern climatic and environmental changes.

The evidence comes from a series of shallow marine marls deposited 65 million years ago in what is now Tunisia: these strata contain fragments of fish, and the phosphate compounds in the hard fragments contain oxygen isotopes that in turn can answer questions about the atmospheric temperatures at the time the ancient fish swam in ancient oceans.

And in this series of sediments is a thin red layer rich in the kind of evidence to be expected from a colossal impact with an interplanetary fireball.

No Abrupt Cooling

What the scientists did not find was evidence of a sudden, brief dramatic cooling, but they didnt expect to. But they did find, they say, evidence that matches expectations for impact-initiated greenhouse warming.

The impact probably extinguished three fourths of all life on Earth. As so often happens in research, a second, almost simultaneous study in a different publication of a different series of geological sediments in North Dakota in...

16:36

Anti-Russian propaganda: Russian police ordered not to publish information about crimes during the World Cup "IndyWatch Feed World"

Police have been ordered not to publish any information about crimes during the World Cup as Vladimir Putin attempts to craft an image of Russia as a transgression-free zone. With fears lingering of a terrorist attack like the bloody underground bombing last year in St Petersburg, near where the England team is based, Moscow has deployed missile launchers and anti-drone jammers at stadiums. Regional cops have been dragooned to patrol host cities, leaving their home towns complaining of shortages. The media blackout underlines the push to make the national prestige project a success after Vladimir Putin told police in February that the " image of the nation depends upon the thoroughness of your work". In a copy of a document seen by The Telegraph, a colonel in Russia's central federal district ordered subordinates to "cease publishing in the mass media information about investigative operations and preventative measures" from June 5 to July 25.

16:31

Child Abductions: A Conversation Its Hard to Believe Were Even Having "IndyWatch Feed World"

 

(Garrison) We shouldnt need Cardinal Timothy Dolan to tell us this:

If they want to take a baby from the arms of his mother and separate the two, thats wrong. I dont care where youre at, what time and condition, that just goes against you dont have to read the Bible for that. That goes against human decency. That goes against human dignity. It goes against whats most sacred in the human person.

Dont get me wrong. Im glad he said it, as Im far from sure I could have said it nearly as well. But Im just completely floored by the idea that, in this day and age, Americans need the Archbishop of New York to remind us of something as obvious as the fact that its wrong to abduct children.

According to the Associated Press, it happened nearly 2,000 times between mid-April and the end of May, with no end in sight.

US law enforcement agencies arent trying to track down the kidnappers and bring them to justice. US law enforcement agencies ARE the kidnappers, and US Attorney General Jeff Sessions pretends, quoting the Bible, no less, that this IS justice.

As jaded as weve become since 9/11 as accustomed to the governments violations of our own rights and the rights of those abroad, whether its TSA thugs groping Americans at airports or the CIA torturing foreigners at foreign black sites  surely we can all agree that this time Washington has finally gone too far, right?

Well, no. The President of the United States, his chief of staff, the Attorney General, and even some members of Congress are actively defending the abduction of children. Not as an emergency measure for kids in immediate danger, but as policy for the purpose of punishing  parents who cross an imaginary line on the ground without politicians permission.

Its an evil policy. Officials who order it are loathsome creatures whose appeals to God in its defense are nothing short of blasphemy. They and those who enforce it are criminals. Both deserve short trials and long sentences.

Hint to Republicans: When your best defense of a policy is that youre just escalating a practice that occurred under Democrats as well, youve got no defense at all.

Sessions quoted the Bible. Cardinal Dolan retorts. So does Thomas Jefferson:

Indeed I tremble for my country when I reflect that God is just, that his justice cannot sleep forever.

Thomas L. Knapp (Twitter:...

16:30

Black-billed cuckoos in Canada "IndyWatch Feed World"

This video says about itself:

Two different Black-billed Cuckoo (Coccyzus erythropthalmus) at Point Pelee, Ontario, Canada, on 15th and 16th May 2018. Filmed with a Nikon CoolPix hand-held.

16:24

German Cruise Ship M/S Berlin Stuck in Dublin "IndyWatch Feed World"

FTI Berlin Lifeboat Non Conformity This weekend I was notified by a passenger, on a German cruise ship named the Berlin, that the ship has been stuck in Dublin, Ireland for the past several days. 

I was not familiar with the cruise ship or the German cruise line, FTI, which operates it. I have learned that the Berlin is considered to be a small cruise ship, carrying a little over 400 passengers. It was built in 1980 and is flagged in Malta. 

The Berlin arrived at its scheduled port of call early in the morning of June 14, 2018 in Dublin, where it has remained for the past three days. The delay has already caused the passengers to miss the remaining port of call. It appears that the passengers will be disembarked today in Dublin and flown back to Bremerhaven. Embarkation for new passengers will reportedly occur tomorrow in Dublin. 

"We arrived on 14 June suppose to sail same date 17.00.  Suppose to sail yesterday then said today finally this morning captain said to guest waiting for information from the home office and port authorities.  Guests were given 250 euro on their cards and refunded their excursion fares." 

The cause of the delay seems to be a problem with one of its 14 lifeboats which, reportedly, is "out of order."  The exact problem with lifeboat no. 6 has not been disclosed to the guests or crew but it was discovered by port authorities during an inspection on June 14th.

Maritime regulations including Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) regulations mandated by the International Maritime Organization (IMO) require a minimum number of operational lifecrafts (a combination of lifeboats and liferafts). 

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Photo credit: Anonymous

Interested in this issue? Read Floating Drydocks at Sea - A Growing Problem? It seems that passengers on cruise lines operated by German companies are subject to  the same problems on U.S. based cruise lines.

FTI Berlin Lifeboat Non Conformity

16:20

Bilderberg 2018: Populism, AI, Russia and much more - Reporter infiltrates secret meeting attended by world's top politicians and power brokers "IndyWatch Feed World"

On the first day of my new job as a hotel waitress - before I have a chance to polish a glass or proffer a canap - I'm primed in detail about how to enter the building. Not via the front foyer, but circuitously through a 'secret staff entrance'. It is imperative I memorise the route, I'm told by the briskly efficient restaurant manager, who steers me through it, via an obscure door by a KFC outlet in a low-rent shopping mall. We then travel up two floors in a shabby service lift, past a phalanx of security men, through an underground delivery area, past bins, a staff canteen and along a harshly lit subterranean corridor that smells of urine. Another staff lift disgorges us into the hotel kitchen, through two swing doors and finally into the light and bustle of its restaurant and gleaming lobby.

16:13

Hawaii's Kilauea Volcano is raining Olivine gemstones "IndyWatch Feed World"

If Hawaii's Klauea volcano were to offer an apology for its chaos and destruction, it just might come in the form of a beautiful green mineral called olivine. Over the past months we've reported on devastating lava flows and bone-shattering boulders. Now it's raining gems - a rare event that has geologists enthralled and the rest of us just plain confused. Before you go racing off to Hawaii with dreams of making it rich, you should know a bit about the science behind this amazing event. Olivine is an incredibly common mineral - chemically speaking, it's magnesium iron silicate. Carried to the surface on volcanic hotspots, it often taints dark igneous rocks such as basalt with mossy green hues.

16:09

London Grenfell Silent Marchers interviewed "IndyWatch Feed World"

This video from London, England says about itself:

Silent march for Grenfell one year on. Meeting the firefighters at Labroke Grove, west London, 14th June 2018.

From the World Socialist Web Site in London, England:

Grenfell Silent Marchers speak

I have woken up to the fact that class war still exists, its alive and kicking

By our reporters

16 June 2018

World Socialist Web Site reporters spoke to some of those attending the Silent March on the occasion of the anniversary of the Grenfell Tower fire on June 14.

Linda works at a Tescos supermarket in London. She said, Nothing much has progressed in a year for the families. People are still living in hotels and B&Bs. How can you sit there and say to yourself I just want to go somewhere and say, This is mine? If you are living in hotels and B&Bs you cant do that. You havent got a proper life back.

Its bad how it has been dragged out so long. Theyve got no release. They are still having to fight, but they are still grieving. Its hard for them. We need something sorted as soon as possible.

Look at Hillsborough [the Sheffield football stadium where 96 Liverpool fans were killed in 1989 as a result of a crush caused by the decisions of the police and authorities]. How many years is that? That could have been avoided.

Its health and safety issues....

16:03

Wind of Change: G7 Crumbles while the SCO Rises up "IndyWatch Feed World"



Source: Covert Geopolitics

The G7 Summit crumbles beneath Donald Trump's feet, while the SCO Summit got bigger and better. Why not? Erstwhile geopolitical enemies, India and Pakistan, just got full memberships to the real gamechanger in the Eurasian continent and the world, the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, making the latter the largest grouping of countries pursuing multipolarity around the globe.

The mood at the SCO Qingdao Summit was a very stark contrast to the contentious G7 meeting between Deep State controlled corporate governments.

Chinese President Xi Jinping gave the leaders of Pakistan and India a "special welcome" to their first SCO summit, while Russian leader Vladimir Putin said the new members made the alliance look as it should be. "Regarding the enlargement [of the body], we agreed that the current structure is optimal," Putin said, as cited by TASS, adding, "we must see how the organization will work in an enlarged mode."

"If we calculate per capita, the seven countries are wealthier, but the size of the SCO economies [combined] is larger. And the population is of course much bigger half of the planet," Putin stated.

The SCO initially included China, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan when in was formed in 2001. After India and Pakistan joined the SCO, it has become the largest regional body in the world in terms of geographical coverage and population, spanning across Eurasian continent and embracing over 3 billion people. "Thanks to joint effort by leaders of the member states, the biggest regional organization bearing global responsibility has appeared on the map,"said Rashid Alimov, the sitting SCO Secretary General, according to RIA Novosti.

https://www.rt.com/news/429324-sco-expansion-summit-qingdao/

While Trump could not help but display his trumpous conflict strategy in tariff negotiation

The US's status as th...

16:01

How to Boost Brain Health and Reverse Neurological Disease Without Drugs "IndyWatch Feed World"

June 18th, 2018 By Dr. Joseph Mercola Contributing writer for Wake Up World The less inflammatory your diet is, the faster you"re going to get well, because inflammation is nearly always a contributor to neurological dysfunction. Your brain is a really important part of your body. Im sure no one would disagree with that. In this interview, []

15:57

Humanity Needs Full Disclosure Whether we can Handle the Truth or Not "IndyWatch Feed World"



Source: Humans Are Free | by Julie Alexander

People are concerned that the world would dissolve into anarchy and chaos. People would become angry and violent and go on the rampage, once they find out they have been controlled and manipulated and used as slaves to the system for so long.

Once they find out about Agenda 21, the depopulation agenda. How we have been subjected to toxic poisons in our food by the use of GMOs, how we have been sprayed with toxic chemicals through geo-engineering and how fluoride has been added to our water and can cause dementia and how vaccinations are causing autism and have also been used as sterilization programmes amongst other things and how 5G can cause DNA damage, infertility and also impairs cardiovascular functions.

All of the above also reduce our immune systems and can increase our risk of cancer.

Once they find out about "Secret Space Programmes" and the technology that has been hidden from us for decades. How...

15:55

Homeless Man Becomes Millionaire by Building Beaches in Peoples Backyards "IndyWatch Feed World"

By Amanda Froelich Truth Theory

Sometimes, you dont know your true calling until it finds you. This was certainly the case for Eric White, 33, the owner of Zydeco Construction. The once formerly-homeless man now owns a Louisiana-based company that builds beaches in peoples backyards, and hes making millions doing it.

When White was 15-years-old, he was homeless for about eight months. Growing up, things werent easy for me, he told USA Today. White dropped out of school in the ninth grade and only had a second-grade reading skill. I could hardly even spell my name, he said.

Despite his lacking education, he always felt as if he understood construction. I knew if I worked at it, said White, I could really do something with it. He got his start working for a local construction company just to pay the bills. But later, he learned of a job opening with a Baton Rouge-based company that paid $12 hour. The guy that I worked for there took me under his wing and taught me about the company. Within the first six months,...

15:55

California Senate Passes Bill to Create a Cannabis Banking Industry "IndyWatch Feed World"



Source: The Free Thought Project | by Matt Agorist

In states with legal marijuana, dispensaries and retailers are forced to operate in legal gray areas because the federal government still wants to lock people in cages for possessing this plant. One particularly troublesome aspect of this prohibition is that legal marijuana business cannot accept credit cards and are blocked from using traditional banks. Thanks to a new bill in California, however, all that could be about to change.

In January, Sen. Bob Hertzberg, (D-Van Nuys), along with a bipartisan coalition of nine cosponsors, introduced Senate Bill 930 (SB930) which would create a self-contained banking industry solely for the cannabis industry inside the state of California.

Last week, the California Senate passed the bill. If the bill makes it through final approval, the implications are revolutionary and would aid in further nullifying the federal prohibition of cannabis.

Passage of SB930 would bypass the federal banking system entirely and pave the way for competition in the industry outside of federal control. The current system makes it against the law for banks to accept money from what the federal government considers "illegal activity" even though the state has legalized it. The federal government can and likely would prosecute banks who service the cannabis industry under the Bank Secrecy Act, the USA Patriot Act, and the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Act.

As the Tenth Amendment Center reports, under the proposed law, the state would license "cannabis limited charter banks and credit unions." Cannabis busin...

15:54

Privacy problems: Deleting your online DNA data is brutally difficult "IndyWatch Feed World"

A reporter's effort to erase her genetic footprint gets snared in a thicket of policies and rules. In the name of journalism, I have spit into a lot of test tubes. I've sent samples of my saliva to Ancestry and 23andMe Inc. to find out about my heritage; mailed my spit to Helix for insight into my athletic ability, diet and sleep patterns; and uploaded my DNA to the website of a startup that said it could craft a skin care routine genetically optimized to give me perfect skin. Overall, I've shared my genetic information with nearly a dozen companies. You might call me an oversharer.

15:53

Reincarnation was Intentionally Removed from the Bible According to Evidence "IndyWatch Feed World"



Source: Collective Evolution | by Alanna Ketler

The bible makes a promise that if you accept Jesus Christ into your heart, follow the rules given and live a life as free of sin as possible, then maybe God will let you into heaven. This is the widespread belief of Christianity, Catholicism and many other sanctions of those major world religions.

However, increasing evidence brought to light from various historians and skeptics show that there was a lot of information that was not only left out of the bible, but disinformation that was deliberately added to the bible after the new testament was released.

Did Jesus Christ Really Die On The Cross?

I recently watched a fascinating short documentary put out by the BBC called, Did Jesus Die On The Cross? That made claims that Jesus actually did not die on the cross after being crucified as many believe as the official story. Instead, historians point towards many missing holes in the bible, particularly between the Old and New Testament and much of the conflicting information leads towards the possibility that Jesus never actually died on the cross.

Some skeptics say that Jesus was not resurrected after dying on the cross, but instead resuscitated, which wasn't something that people during that time saw very often, (if not ever because we didn't have knowledge of CPR or any shock paddles to essentially bring people to life back) then and continued on to live a full life.

There are many records discussed in the film that point towards the possibility that Jesus actually went abroad to India, Nepal and the Himalayas and lived among Buddhist monks before and after his alleged crucifixion. Whatever the true story is it seems clear that the mainstream accepted beli...

15:43

Brazil: Rio de Janeiro police 'resistance to authority' killings doubled during last 5 months "IndyWatch Feed World"

A total of 142 deaths were confirmed in the state of Rio de Janeiro in May compared to 97 during the same month last year. The number of persons killed by police in the state of Rio de Janeiro increased by 46 percent in May 2018 when compared to May 2017. The increase, which was detailed in a study by Brazil's Institute of Public Safety, showed police killed 142 persons in May 2018 compared to 97 over the same period last year. Authorities classified all the deaths as being due to "resistance to authority" or "resistance to arrest" (auto de resistencia) by the victims. The term, which is commonly used by police officers, implies a series of actions: the police killed someone who they describe as being a "bandido" or a thug; next, the police claim legitimate defense because the suspect was resisting arrest, the sole witnesses to the events are often the officers, and if the case is officially registered as resisting arrest; an investigation into the death of the suspect is insignificant, and no police officer would be held responsible.

15:42

UFC Fighter Overcomes Depression by Liberating Pygmy Slaves in the Congo "IndyWatch Feed World"

By Amanda Froelich Truth Theory

There is no denying that hardship, which is an inevitability of life, propels change. Oftentimes, that change is necessary. Perhaps it is the loss of a loved one, a sudden career change, or a chronic sickness. While it may, at first, perceived to be bad, the development can also be a blessing. This was the case for UFC fighter Justin Wren, who overcame depression to change the lives of hundreds of pygmy people in the Congo.

Wren began his career as an all-American champion in wrestling. Later, he started entering local fights to stay in shape while taking college courses. Eventually, this led to a successful MMA career. At one point, his professional record was 10-1 and he was picked to be on The Ultimate Fighter. It seemed as if he was on top of the world. But, the truth of it was he was battling depression and was addicted to painkillers.

I was a drug addictI was diagnosed with clinical depression and my life just sucked for a long time even though on the outside things were going great. In that time, I had become a national champion in wrestling a couple times and started fighting professionally, and the drug addiction and depression just got worse every time after I would fight, Wren told InnoTechToday.

Wren continued to fight but his personal life began to fall apart. When he wasnt battling thoughts of suicide, he was numbing himself in drug dens. Fortunately, his low point led him to religion. Finding purpose helped him get sober, and thats when the fight of his life really began. And so my life really changed I could skate over it, but, God help me, I started wanting to do something bigger with my life, said Wren.

The 63 fighter turned his life around. Hoping to discern his p...

15:42

QAnon Intel Drops -- June 15-16, 2018 "IndyWatch Feed World"

June 15-16, 2018

https://qanon.pub/

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Anonymous ID: d16b8c No.1769896
Jun 16 2018 01:47:42 (EST)

Q, thank you for your service to our great country. You have restored true hope in the hearts of many patriots. God is with you and all of us.

Q !CbboFOtcZs ID: 6409b7 No.1769937
Jun 16 2018 01:50:30 (EST)
>>1769896

No one person is above another.
We are in this together.
WWG1WGA!
Q

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Anonymous ID: 59a272 No.1769812
Jun 16 2018 01:38:05 (EST)

>>1769716

TO ALL THOSE NOT GETTING IT:
11.3 = when HUBER made a SEALED indictment
11.6 = when HUBER made a SEALED indictment

Q !CbboFOtcZs ID: 0b60d7 No.1769874
Jun 16 2018 01:42:45 (EST)

>>1769812

Well done, Anon.
Shows commitment.
Q

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15:40

Trade War? India to tax 30 American products in 'equivalent' retaliation for US tariffs hike "IndyWatch Feed World"

India will suspend trade concessions and raise import duties on 30 products from the United States by up to 50 percent, in a mirror response to Washington's impetuous move to impose tariffs on steel and aluminum imports. New Delhi has drawn up a list of 30 American products it now wants to target with increased import duties. The new measures will see a 50 percent tariff increase on motorcycles with engine capacities of over 800cc, while apple imports would be charged with a 25 percent levy. Imports of almonds and walnuts would see a 20 percent levy. Earlier this week, New Delhi sent a letter to the World Trade Organization notifying the body of its intention. The total tariff increase on all products in the list will amount to an estimated additional $240 million in import fees. The sum is roughly equivalent to the damage India would suffer from Donald Trump's protectionist measures.

15:35

FBI's anti-Trump bias clearly seen in DOJ inspector general's report "IndyWatch Feed World"

I've long been a skeptic of the conspiratorial claims surrounding the actions of the so-called "deep state" during the 2016 campaign. While I believe that the FBI acted in political fashion to exonerate Hillary Clinton, I never believed that the FBI deliberately targeted the Trump campaign; the evidence just didn't seem to be there. After all, Trump could merely declassify such evidence if it existed; he could fire everyone involved. And why didn't these "deep state" actors release damning information about Trump during the campaign, if they were so committed to stopping his campaign? I'm rethinking that position pretty seriously after the release of the Department of Justice (DOJ) inspector general's report. Now, I'm not making the case that there was a broad-based, well-organized conspiracy inside the FBI to stop President Trump. But it is obvious, from the available evidence, that (1) certain high-ranking actors inside the FBI felt the necessity to stop Trump from becoming president, and were willing to act under color of authority to do so; and (2) the leading actors inside the FBI assumed that Hillary would be president, and tailored their actions based on that assumption. These claims are well-supported in the inspector general (IG) report.

15:33

Ugandan Bacteria used in Vaccine Against Depression "IndyWatch Feed World"

Research from the University of Colorado Boulder recently published in the journal Brain, Behavior and Immunity recently proposed a vaccine against depression, containing a bacteria first identified in the African country of Uganda called Mycobacterium vaccae.

Image credit: trekearth

Mycobacterium vaccae was first discovered in Uganda, in the 1990s near the shores of Lake Kyoga. It belongs to the very same genus of bacteria that causes tuberculosis, with the genus originally identified in Austria.

The articles promoting this vaccine against depression are quite convincing to even the people who favor naturopathy, because it is branded as a probiotic solution to depression.

Recently, researchers have been claiming that brain inflammation could be identified as a cause of depression. Its difficult to debate the legitimacy of this theory. Since inflammation is generally the root of many medical problems, it sounds probable that inflammation could be a factor in depression. In any case, this is what they are saying about the vaccine against depression.

Researchers in this study injected a heat-killed preparation of the bacterium into rats. According to New Atlas, An immunization pattern was administered, with three injections across three weeks.

Eight days after the last dose of the bacteria, the rats had increased levels of an anti-inflammatory protein known as interleukin-4 in the hippocampus region of their brains.

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15:30

How Iran Outmaneuvered the U.S.-Saudi-Israeli Axis "IndyWatch Feed World"

Donald Trump allegedly complained to Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu that after the 2015 nuclear deal, Iranians think they can do anything they want. Presumably Trump was referring to Irans geopolitical reach in the Middle East, where it had gathered up allies in Lebanon, Syria, Iraq and Yemen.

It is likely that Trumps violation of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, the deal signed between Iran and the five permanent members of the U.N. Security Council plus Germany, was intended to set the stage for a push to contain Iran.

The push against Iran would involve again subjecting it to severe economic sanctions, in hopes of bankrupting it and depriving it of the means with which to continue to play a role in Iraq, Syria and Lebanon.

Boycotts on oil states are not usually effective, since they can usually find a way to sell their oil lucratively nevertheless and use the proceeds to cushion the countrys elect.

One corner of the attempt at rollback involves Iraq. When a reconstruction conference took place last February in Kuwait, the Trump administration refused to make any contribution at all to rebuilding the country that the U.S. destroyed. At the same time, the U.S. encouraged Iraq to take aid from Saudi Arabia as a quid pro quo for moving away from Iran.

The continued tone-deafness in Washington about Middle East politics, after all these years of being deeply immersed in it, is baffling. The Shiite majority in Iraq isnt necessarily opposed to better relations with Wahhabi Saudi Arabia. People are more pragmatic than the clash of civilizations or Sunni-Shiite conflict theses might lead one to expect.

But that the Shiite-majority government of Iraq would turn its back on Iran in favor of an alignment with Saudi Arabia (which does not like Shiites very much) is a daft proposition.

Another sign of Iran Derangement Syndrome in Washington was the unrealistic hopes expressed by right-wing pundits that the Iraqi parliamentary election would signal a turn of Iraq away from Iran. The biggest vote-getters were followers of the hard line Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr, who had quixotically allied with the small Communist movement.

Al-Sadr is known for resenting Iranian domination of Iraqi Shiism. His father, an Iraqi Arab, had been a contender for the position of chief Iraqi Shiite authority or clerical Exemplar in Najaf before he was assassinated by the Saddam Hussein regime in 1998. His fathers rival, who rose to the top, is Ali Sistani, from a town near Mashhad in eastern Iran, who came to Iraq in 1952. Not only is Sistani the leading religious authority for Iraqi Shiites but Irans clerical Leader, Ali Khamenei, also has influence.

Al-Sadr, however, has...

15:30

3500 year old pipe reveals Americans were smoking tobacco much earlier than previously thought "IndyWatch Feed World"

In the late 1930s, archaeologists in northern Alabama rushed to excavate a now-submerged Native American site at the confluence of the Flint and Tennessee rivers, racing the rising tide brought on by the newly built Guntersville Dam. Dozens of artifacts were discovered, then sealed up in paper bags and kept at the Alabama State Repository. There they gathered dust until 70 years later, when a team of archaeologists and chemists came looking for a particular item noted in the repository catalog: FS74, an engraved smoking pipe or "medicine tube," carved from limestone. With the support of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, the researchers had been examining ancient Native American pipes for years, using a chemical analysis technique called mass spectrometry to look for traces of plant material left behind. Their hunt, which was meant to shed light on the religious and ritualistic history of smoking, had already yielded tobacco and jimsonweed residue in pipes dating back a few hundred years.

15:28

The Portal: Cobra Update -- Sisterhood of the Rose Planetary Activation "IndyWatch Feed World"

The Portal

The Intelligence Hub for the Victory of Light

Saturday, June 16, 2018

Sisterhood of the Rose Planetary Activation

Time has come for a huge number of physical Sisterhood of the Rose groups to be activated on the surface of this planet.

From now on, those groups will be supplementing the planetary Cintamani energy grid in transmitting the energies of Compression Breakthrough. They will also serve as vortex nodes to activate meetings of Soul Family members which will facilitate spiritual activation of the planetary Soul Family mandala.



Positive emotional connections between members of the planetary Soul Family mandala will speed up the process of the Compression Breakthrough.

Many physical Sisterhood of the Rose groups have already been created and you can join them. Over 50 groups are already listed here:

https://www.sisterhoodoftherose.network/groups

Many more groups are being created daily, and if you have a physical group that meets regularly and has three people or more, you can have it listed on the above list so that people who live in your area can join. To have your group listed, please contact sotrplanetarynetwork@gmail.com



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15:26

Senators press Amazon for answers on improper Echo recording incident "IndyWatch Feed World"

Two senators are demanding answers from Amazon following an incident where an Echo device reportedly recorded a couple's conversation and sent it to an acquaintance. "While Amazon has stated that the company is evaluating options to make this series of events less likely to occur, we are concerned that the device in this instance performed precisely how it was designed," Sens. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) and Christopher Coons (D-Del.) wrote in a letter to the company on Friday. "Without prompt and meaningful action, we expect that additional instances like the one summarized above will happen again," they added.

15:12

Broumana Should Get Rid of its Valet Parking Instead of Deploying Girls in Shorts "IndyWatch Feed World"

Yesterday when I first read the exciting news, as described by MTV, about Broumana deploying female police officers in shorts, I didnt pay attention to the fact that most of these girls are minors or at least they look under age.

I dont know who came up with this brilliant idea, but I would suggest that the Broumana municipality gets rid of its valet parking companies if theyre serious about organizing traffic, not deploying teenage police girls in police cosplay. Im still trying to understand the rationale behind it, whether its to entertain drivers stuck in traffic or to promote Broumana as a safe area for families (its already a family-oriented place) but none of them make sense.

If they really want more people to visit, they should start by getting rid of all valet parking companies and set up proper parking lots. The reason I havent visited Broumana yet this summer and Im probably not planning to this summer is due to the lack of parking lots, the disgusting valet companies and the horrendous traffic.

15:11

How To Access Your Inner Strength During Traumatic Experiences "IndyWatch Feed World"

By Mateo Sol via Loner Wolf

Almost all of us have experienced some kind of traumatic or shocking event.

When I speak of trauma, I dont always mean extreme situations such as natural disasters, instances of abuse, rape, murder, and accidents. While traumatic experiences often are severe and horrific, they can also be seemingly mundane experiences such as losing a job, daily stress, divorcing, and moving somewhere foreign. Trauma also can, and often does, come as a result of the spiritual awakening process in which our entire self-concept begins to crumble and were thrown into the abyss of an existential crisis.

Trauma is unique for each person. While we might find changing jobs just another daily task, another person may find the switch highly distressing. We should be very careful about judging other people when it comes to trauma. Every person is different and possesses different levels of sensitivity.

How to Know Whether Youre Going Through a Traumatic Experience

A traumatic experience is anything that severely threatens your emotional, psychological or physical well-being. Essentially, trauma is anything that causes us to feel like were losing or have lost control. Feeling traumatized is often accompanied by the experiences of feeling:

  • Numb or disconnected from the world
  • Sad and hopeless
  • Anxious and fearful
  • Hypervigilance (constantly looking out for danger)
  • Confused and...

15:10

Confrontation between asylum seekers and German police during attempt to relocate migrant "IndyWatch Feed World"

A group of between a dozen and twenty asylum seekers armed with various weapons launched an attack on police officers attempting to move a 20-year-old Liberian to another facility. The incident took place at an asylum shelter in the city of Gttingen in Lower Saxony earlier this week when officers attempted to remove the 20-year-old and he refused to co-operate, Die Welt reports. According to a spokesman for the city government, the asylum seeker had been causing trouble among other residents of the shelter including intimidating others and disturbing them by making a lot of noise.

15:07

Mainstream Media Confirms Conspiracy Theory That Walmart Stores Are Being Turned into Prison Camps "IndyWatch Feed World"

By Rachel Blevins When citizens began to ask questions about why Walmart stores were suddenly closing in in southern states in 2015, the mainstream media...

15:06

German MP speculates Merkel could be ousted by the end of next week over migration policy argument "IndyWatch Feed World"

German Chancellor Angela Merkel could lose her powerful seat in the heart of Europe as soon as next week amid clashes within her coalition Government over EU migration policies, claimed German MP Kai Whittaker. Speaking on BBC World at One, the German politician claimed clashes between Angela Merkel and German interior minister Horst Seehofer could result in a "new political situation" in Germany by the end of next week. The Christian Democratic Union (CDU) politician said it was still unclear in Berlin what the essence of the disagreement between the Chancellor and Mr Seehofer was and that other members of the coalition had been left "in the blue". Mr Whittaker said: "We are in a serious situation because the question of the migration crisis evolved into a power question. "The question is who is leading the Government? Is it Angela Merkel or is it Horst Seehofer?

14:52

'Mad Dog' Mattis: Evil Putin is aiming to 'undermine America's moral authority and belief in ideals' "IndyWatch Feed World"

At a graduation ceremony for the US Naval War College (barf), US Secretary of Defense James Mattis asserted that Russian President Vladimir Putin "aims to diminish the appeal of the western democratic model and attempts to undermine America's moral authority," and that "his actions are designed not to challenge our arms at this point but to undercut and compromise our belief in our ideals." This would be the same James Mattis who's been overseeing the war crimes committed by America's armed forces during their illegal occupation of Syria. This would be the same United States of America that was born of the genocide of indigenous tribes and the labor of African slaves, which slaughtered millions in Korea, Vietnam, Cambodia, Iraq, Libya and Syria for no legitimate reason, which is partnered with Ukrainian Nazis, jihadist factions in Syria and Iranian terror cultists, which supports 73 percent of the world's dictators, which interferes constantly in the electoral processes of other countries as a matter of policy, which stages coups around the world, which has encircled the globe with military bases, whose FBI still targets black civil rights activists for persecution to this very day, which routinely enters into undeclared wars of aggression against noncompliant governments to advance plutocratic interests, which remains the only country ever to use nuclear weapons on human beings after doing so completely needlessly in Japan, and which is functionally a corporatist oligarchy with no meaningful "democratic model" in place at all.

14:46

Pharma billionaire Soon-Shiong to take control of the LA Times 'to restore its independence' "IndyWatch Feed World"

A biotech billionaire who purchased the Los Angeles Times with an eye toward restoring its independence and vigor will officially take control of the news organization Monday, the newspaper reports . Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong (soon-shong) is spending $500 million to buy The Times, San Diego Union-Tibune, Spanish-language newspaper Hoy and some community newspapers from Chicago-based Tronc. The deal, announced Feb. 7, returns The Times to local ownership after nearly two decades under rocky Chicago control. The newsroom has been led by three editors in 10 months and five publishers in four years.

14:43

Lawmakers out of control: Federal and state prosecutors' underhanded tactics "IndyWatch Feed World"

In the middle of the night last summer, FBI agents raided the home of Paul Manafort, President Trump's one-time campaign chairman, and seized documents prosecutors assumed Manafort would not voluntarily surrender even though he had cooperated with all prior document requests. This spring, the U.S. attorney's office for the Southern District of New York, acting on a tip from Special Counsel Robert Mueller, made a surprise appearance at the office of Trump's personal attorney, Michael Cohen, and removed thousands of documents. It appears law enforcement officials were not necessarily looking for documents directly related to the ongoing investigation of whether the Trump campaign worked with Russian agents to defeat Hillary Clinton, but rather at possible crimes wholly unrelated to the campaign, presumably to put the squeeze on Manafort and Cohen to turn on Trump in the Russia probe.

14:39

FDA Found Glyphosate in Nearly All Foods Tested and Hid the Results "IndyWatch Feed World"

by Jonathan Landsman

In an alarming revelation, it has come to light that government scientists at U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) have found the weed killer ingredient glyphosate in many popular processed foods. 

This information was in emails that were obtained through a freedom of information request (what they did with that intelligence is SHOCKING!).

Glyphosate is perhaps best known as the main ingredient in the Roundup weed killer brand from the Monsanto company. And, the FDA has been testing foods for the presence of herbicides and pesticides including, this highly toxic substance glyphosate for two years but had not released results. (Gee, I wonder why).


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14:36

Restored Republic via a GCR as of June 17, 2018 "IndyWatch Feed World"

Restored Republic via a GCR as of June 17 2018

Compiled 17 June 12:01 am EST by Judy Byington, MSW, LCSW, ret. CEO, Child Abuse Recovery, Author, Twenty Two Faces, Byingtons Before Its News articles on the Vatican-Cabal Child Exploitation Ring: http://beforeitsnews.com/contributor/pages/243/590/stories.html

Source: Dinar Chronicles

The below is a summary of information from the Internet. It would be up to the individual reader to decide whether or not it was valid.

June 16 2018 1:12 pm EST Intel Alert: Operation Disclosure: GCR/RV Intel Alert for June 16, 2018 Operation Disclosure (Disclaimer: The following is an overview of the current situation based on rumors/leaks from several sources which may or may not be truthful or accurate.)

1. The Alliance has shifted focus to the disclosure of internal issues and corruption within the U.S. Government.

2. Sources are now indicating that the RV was released "softly" as of yesterday June 15.

3. The RV is now "trickling" down starting with transactions occurring in major financial city hubs such as Hong Kong and London.

4. Tier 4 (the internet group) will be able to exchange/redeem via private appointment only acquired through 800#'s.

5. The duration of the "trickling" would only take a few days to reach Tier 4.

Restored Republic via a GCR: Update as of June 16, 2018

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14:32

Russian company indicted for 'trolling' US election accuses Mueller of 'fake law' to prevent review of evidence "IndyWatch Feed World"

Russian company Concord Management and Consulting tore into special counsel Robert Mueller Thursday.In a searing court document, Concord responded to Mueller's request that a judge grant certain protections to the mountain of evidence in that case.Concord is one of three Russian entities and 13 Russian people accused by the special counsel of breaking the law in order to interfere with U.S. elections. A Russian company indicted for allegedly funding attempts to meddle in the 2016 presidential election tore into special counsel Robert Mueller Thursday, calling him "unlawfully appointed" and accusing him of chasing a "make-believe electioneering case." The searing court document was filed in response to Mueller's request that a judge grant certain protections to the mountain of evidence in that case.

14:27

Ruling on Nonvoters in Ohio May Embolden Other States "IndyWatch Feed World"

In a 5-4 decision released June 11, the U.S. Supreme Court upheld an Ohio law that provides for the removal of infrequent voters from the states election rolls.

On the surface, the courts majority opinion in Husted v. A. Phillip Randolph Institute is a highly technical analysis of whether Ohios so-called Supplemental Process law runs afoul of the federal National Voter Registration Act of 1993 and the Help America Vote Act of 2002. The courts decision, written by Justice Samuel Alito and joined by the courts other Republican appointees, concluded that it did not.

According to Alito, the Ohio law, which dates back to 1994 but in recent years has been more strictly enforced, is simply meant to keep the States voting lists up to date by removing the names of those who have moved out of the district where they are registered.

Heres how the Supplemental Process works: Voters who have failed to cast a ballot for two consecutive years (the equivalent of one federal election cycle) are mailed a pre-addressed, postage prepaid card asking them to verify that they still reside at the same address. Those who do not return the card and fail to vote in any election for four more years are presumed to have moved and are removed from the rolls.

As Alito and the courts Republican majority view voting rights, there is no textual inconsistency between the Ohio law and the right to vote, as protected by various federal statutes and the Constitution. All that a resident need do to avoid disenfranchisement is return the postcard sent by the state or vote within an overall six-year period.

Alitos reasoning seems at first clear enough, and on its face apolitical. Justice Stephen Breyers dissenting opinion, joined by the courts four Democratic appointees, is based largely on differing statutory interpretations.

But, as Justice Sonia Sotomayor pointed out in a separate dissent, Alitos majority opinion is in reality an exercise of disenfranchisement that entirely ignores the history of voter suppression in America and will disproportionately affect minority, homeless, low-income, and disabled voterswho, not coincidentally, tend to vote Democratic.

Our democracy rests on the ability of all individuals, regardless of race, income, or status, to exercise their right to vote, Sotomayor wrote, stressing that while most states have a variety of processes in place to maintain the accuracy of their voting lists, only Ohio presently triggers voting-roll purges based solely on an individuals failure to vote in a single election cycle.

As one instance of the Supplemental Process racially disproportionate impact, Sotomayor cited figures compiled by the NAACP...

14:22

British MEP's microphone cut in European Parliament while asking 'approved' question about Tommy Robinson's prison transfer "IndyWatch Feed World"

British MEP, Janice Atkinson, attempted to raise the urgent human rights issue of Tommy Robinson's secret transfer from a safe prison to a highly dangerous prison at today's ENF group. Her microphone was cut (video fragment at the bottom) and abuse hurled at her by Conservative MEP, Ashley Fox, before she was able to get past her introductory statements. Janice describes today's event here:

14:17

Indonesian woman cut from belly of giant python after she was eaten alive (warning - graphic video) "IndyWatch Feed World"

An Indonesian woman has been cut out of the stomach of a giant python after the snake ate her alive. Disturbing footage shows villagers slice open the creature to recover the woman's body. The victim, named as 54-year-old Wa Tiba, was reported missing in Muna regency, southeast Sulawesi on Thursday night, after she went to check on her corn plantation. The next morning family members searching for her found a torch, slippers and a machete on the ground near the plantation, reports Tribune News.com. Later that morning, villagers spotted an eight-meter-long (26 foot) python with a swollen belly near the location, raising suspicions that Tiba had been swallowed whole by the snake and prompting locals to kill the creature.

14:11

DOJ report: FBI agent after interviewing Clinton's IT staffer said 'he lied his ass off' "IndyWatch Feed World"

The Justice Department inspector general report released Thursday revealed more personal messages between FBI agents working on the Clinton email probe that suggest a cooked outcome. The report released new messages from an FBI agent who was one of four case officers handling the "day-to-day" activities of the investigation, and one of two FBI agents who interviewed Clinton. In one exchange in February 2016, the FBI agent, identified only as "Agent 1," talked to another FBI employee about interviewing Hillary Clinton's personal IT staffer. The FBI employee asked how the interview went.

14:05

Volcano in the Galapagos Islands erupts after series of 9 earthquakes "IndyWatch Feed World"

Lava flows and a gas column spanning about two to three kilometers high have been a feature of the eruption. According to the Geophysical Institute (I) of the National Polytechnic School, the Galapagos' La Cumbre volcano - located on Fernandina island - erupted Saturday. The eruption took place between 11:00 a.m. and 11:15 a.m. (Galapagos time) and was preceded by a series of nine earthquakes ranging from 2.5-magnitude to 4.1-magnitude. La Cumbre volcano measures 1,476-meter high and occupies almost the entire island. The eruption occurred on the northeastern sector of the volcano. Lava flows and a gas column spanning about two to three kilometers high have been a feature of the eruption. Reports are that a flow has already reached the sea. "There are some species that could be affected, however, being a flow (of lava) that is in only one direction, on only one side of the island, the possible impacts that there would be would not have a significant impact on biodiversity," director of the Galapagos National Park (PNG), Jorge Carrion, assured.

14:05

These Popular Tea Brands Possess Dangerously High Levels of Pesticides "IndyWatch Feed World"

Although tea is widely thought to be a healthier source of caffeine than coffee, soda or energy drinks, conventional tea brands have been shown to contain high levels of toxic substances such as fluoride and pesticides, artificial ingredients, added flavors and GMOs(modified corn starch and soy lecithin). The levels found in these products are so high that they are []

14:00

Berto Jongman: How China Manages Public Access to the Internet "IndyWatch Feed World"

Berto Jongman

How China censors the net: by making sure theres too much information

Censorship 2.0 is based on the idea that there are three ways of achieving the governments desire to keep information from the public fear, friction and flooding.

13:31

Plastic Reduction Via Straws Off The Menu "IndyWatch Feed World"

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The switch will affect McDonalds 1,361 outlets in Britain but not the rest of its 36,000 restaurants worldwide. Photograph: McDonalds/PA

Most of the stories we link out to are examples of revolution, or at least incremental innovation, by way of market forces. At a time when there appear to be incentives for sliding backwards, it is even more important to highlight the rationality and logic of conservation. One small but important example here on the plastic reduction front, where the c...

13:21

At least 13 killed by landslides as monsoon storms batter Bangladesh "IndyWatch Feed World"

The victims of Tuesday's incident were buried under mud when surrounding hills gave way under a deluge of rain, Al-Jazeera reported. Eleven people died in Naniarchar including a family of four, while several people remained missing, district administrator Mamunur Rashid told the AFP news agency. Aid agencies have been warning of the potential for a humanitarian catastrophe over the coming months as heavy rains lash an area home to the world's largest refugee camp. Landslides have so far killed at least 13 people this week, including a Rohingya boy who was crushed to death by a collapsing mud wall at the Kutupalong refugee camp on Monday.

13:11

Lightning strike most likely killed 50 geese near Montreal "IndyWatch Feed World"

A lightning strike is likely behind the death of some 50 geese that were found floating in a river northeast of Montreal, experts say. Universite de Montreal veterinary specialists were brought in to examine the carcasses that were spotted Thursday morning near Contrecoeur, Que. Veterinarian Stephane Lair said Friday evening that the geese had small lesions in their hearts that indicated a possible strike. He said the level of decomposition indicates that they all died at the same time, which rules out disease or intoxication due to a pollutant.

13:06

The Attacks on Survivors of Child Trafficking With Focus on Australian Survivor Fiona Barnett "IndyWatch Feed World"

DavidShurter.com

The attacks on survivors who come forward speaking about being trafficked as children are INTENSE and constant- done to keep us quiet. Read More

12:52

Chemtrail Flu? "IndyWatch Feed World"

Chemtrail Flu: Have You Got It Yet?

READ MORE AT AIRCRAP.ORG 

Youre sick. Your nose is stuffy. Your body aches, Youre sweaty, coughing, sneezing and you dont have enough energy to get out of bed.

Read More

12:27

SOTT FOCUS: An Extraordinary Thing Happened At Jordan Peterson's Indianapolis Performance "IndyWatch Feed World"

Y'all know I've been intellectually crushing on Jordan Peterson for months now, basically ever since I discovered him via the Lindsay Shepherd story back in December. And then, when he mind-spanked Cathy Newman in that Mother Of All Interviews back in January? Well, that was it. I was hooked, and I've spent many hours binge-watching his videos since. He is currently on a speaking tour, promoting his book, "12 Rules for Life" - which is a must-read. When I discovered he was coming to Indy, Mr. Mock and I were pretty stoked. We bought tickets, and spent a little extra on VIP passes so that we could meet him and attend a smaller Q&A session with him.

12:10

London Grenfell disaster commemorated all over Britain "IndyWatch Feed World"

This video from London, England says about itself:

Silent march for Grenfell One year on. Arriving at Ladbroke Grove, west London 14th June 2018.

By Robert Stevens in Britain:

Thousands gather to mark first anniversary of Grenfell Tower inferno

16 June 2018

The first anniversary of the Grenfell Tower fire on June 14, 2017 drew thousands of people to events in London and around the UK.

People began gathering outside the tower on the Lancaster West estate in west London from the early hours of Thursday morningmarking the exact time that the fire startedto honour the 72 victims and the survivors. The burned-out husk, now concealed behind a white surround, was lit in green, which has become the symbolic colour of Grenfell.

At noon, a national 72-second silence was observed in remembrance of the victims.

The mood of many was captured in a video tweeted by Sky News, showing the moment on Thursday that a London Underground tube driver briefly stopped his train on the bridge at Latimer Road stationonly yards from the towerand got out of his cabin to wave a green flag to hundreds who had gathered below. Shouting his support to the crowd, he was cheered in response. A video of the incident has been viewed over 1.3 million times on Twitter.

Later that evening, up to 10,000 people gathered for the monthly Silent March by the Wall of Truthset up under the Westway flyover near the tower by local residents fighting for justice for the Grenfell victimsbefore it...

12:06

20 Hours community service for each vaccine not taken KC health director suggest "IndyWatch Feed World"

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Kansas City health officials are furious at parents who are using their legal and natural rights to exempt their children from vaccines based on philosophical and religious reasons. Read More

12:03

"True Learning..." "IndyWatch Feed World"

"Place yourself among those who carry on their lives with passion, and true learning will take place, no matter how humble or exalted the setting. But no matter what path you follow, do not be ashamed of your learning. In some corner of your life, you know more about something than anyone else on earth. The true measure of your education is not what you know, but how you share what you know with others."
- Kent Nerburn

11:57

If You Watch Too Much Of THIS You Will Go INSANE "IndyWatch Feed World"

There is a science behind our television programming that can truly drive you CRAZY! ALL Music courtesy of Chris Zabriskie and Kevin Macleod http://freemusicarchive.org/search/?a http://freemusicarchive.org/search/?a

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11:51

"A Multitude Of Causes..." "IndyWatch Feed World"

"A multitude of causes unknown to former times are now acting with a
combined force to blunt the discriminating powers of the mind, and unfitting
it for all voluntary exertion to reduce it to a state of almost savage torpor."
- William Wordsworth, 1770-1850

11:05

Palestines Feminists Are Fighting on Two Fronts "IndyWatch Feed World"

I am here because I heard my town call me, and ask me to maintain my honor. Fifty-seven-year-old Um Khalid Abu Mosa spoke in a strong, gravelly voice as she sat on the desert sand, a white tent protecting her from the blazing sun. The land, she says with determination, is honor and dignity.

She was near the southern Gaza Strip town of Khuzaa, the heavily fortified barrier with Israel in plain sight and well-armed Israeli soldiers just a few hundred meters away. Abu Mosas left arm was wrapped in a sling fashioned from a black-and-white-checkered kuffiyeh, or scarf, and a Palestinian flag. Israeli soldiers had shot her in the shoulder with live ammunition on March 30th as she approached the barrier to plant a Palestinian flag in a mound of earth. The bullet is still lodged in her collarbone. Three weeks later, however, shes back at the Great Return March, a series of protests organized around five encampments stretching along a unilaterally imposed Israeli buffer zone on the 37-mile barrier between the Gaza Strip and Israel.

The Return March, which has just ended, was unique in recent history in Gaza for a number of reasons. Palestinians there are known for engaging in militant resistance against the Israeli occupation and also for the internal political split in their ranks between two dominant factions, Fatah and Hamas. Yet, in these weeks, the March has been characterized by a popular, predominantly nonviolent mobilization during which Gazas fractured political parties have demonstrated a surprising degree of unity. And perhaps most noteworthy of all, women activists have played a visibly crucial role in the protests on a scale not seen for decades, possibly indicating what the future may look like when it comes to activism in the Gaza Strip.

The Return March began on March 30th, or Land Day, commemorating the 1976 killings of six Palestinians inside Israel who had been protesting land confiscations. The March was slated to end on May 15th, the 70th anniversary of the Nakba, Arabic for catastrophe. The term is used to refer to the 1948 war that led to the creation of Israel and the displacement of approximately 750,000 Palestinians, as well as the depopulation of more than 450 Palestinian towns and villages. Seventy percent of Gazas blockaded population is made up of those who fled or were expelled from their lands and villages during the Nakba or their descendants. The vast majority of those participating in the Great Return March, including Abu Mosa, know those native villages only through family lore, yet their yearning to return is visceral.

During the March,...

10:56

Young rudd swimming, video "IndyWatch Feed World"

This 15 June 2018 video shows young, about 10 centimeter, rudd swimming near Winterswijk in the Achterhoek region in the Netherlands.

Willem Stapelkamp made this video.

10:15

Massive German political, economic espionage in Austria "IndyWatch Feed World"

This video says about itself:

5 May 2015

Austria lodges legal complaint over German-US spy scandal

A German spy scandal deepens with the news that Austria has filed a legal complaint over suspicions that Germanys intelligence services helped US National Security Agency(NSA) spy on European officials and firms. The allegations have created tensions within the ranks of Angela Merkels coalition with the Social Democrats (SPD). It appears the affair is unlikely to fizzle out and could prove dangerous for the Chancellor.

Read more here.

That was three years ago. And now

Translated from Dutch NOS TV, 16 June 2017:

German intelligence service spied on thousands of targets in Austria

The German intelligence service BND kept a spy list between 1999 and 2006 with almost 2000 targets in Austria, according to revelations in the Austrian newspaper Der Standard. The list includes ministries, corporations, charity foundations, Islamic associations and arms producers.

The BND, one of the three German intelligence services, kept telephone and fax numbers and e-mail addresses of the targets and ranked the institutions and companies in categories such as involved in money laundering and terrorist financing. According to Der Standard, the information was exchanged with the American...

10:00

"Trumps Not Like Ike" "IndyWatch Feed World"

"Trumps Not Like Ike"
by Bill Bonner

POITOU, FRANCE "Friday came word that the European Central Bank followed through, just like the Fed. After $2.7 trillion in stimulus, it has officially taken its foot off the pedal. No more bond purchases by the end of the year. It follows the Fed in returning to normal monetary policy. The announcement scarcely made the headlines. The media knows what keeps the public engaged reality TV and fake news, mostly. Not central bank monetary policy.

Trump Show: On the front pages, its the Trump Show, 24/7 and performances are always sold out. ...

09:46

'Disease X' killer bird flu strain could cause global pandemic, say experts "IndyWatch Feed World"

'Disease X' killer bird flu strain could cause global pandemic, say experts --The newly discovered pathogen has a death rate of 38 per cent | 16 June 2018 | A new lethal strain of bird flu could lead to a global pandemic, experts fear. The new pathogen, chillingly known 'Disease X', has been discovered in China and has a 38 per cent death rate. It is thought it could prove to be as deadly as the 1918 Spanish Flu which killed nearly 100 million people. Deputy chief medical officer for England professor Jonathan Van-Tam told The Telegraph that 'virus H7N9', which is currently spreading through poultry farms in China, could spark a global catastrophe. He said: "[H7N9] is an example of another virus which has proven its ability to transmit from birds to humans. It's possible that it could be the cause of the next pandemic."

09:32

Bufflehead ducks in Canada, video "IndyWatch Feed World"

This video says about itself:

Bufflehead (Bucephala albeola) pair at Blenheim sewage lagoons, Ontario, Canada, on 11th May 2018, with Tree Swallows (Tachycineta bicolor) flying over the lagoon. Filmed with a Nikon CoolPix P900.

09:30

Baalbek Temple: The Mega-Platforms Built by Giants "IndyWatch Feed World"

 

Join Megalithomania to explore Baalbek and Lebanon in October 2018: www.megalithomania.co.uk/turkey2018.html. In part four of the series, Hugh Newman explores the biggest stones at the main temple of Baalbek in Lebanon, and the mighty western and northern walls that contain some of the largest megaliths on the planet. PART 1: https://youtu.be/Z0P3jSOY4-wPART 2: https://youtu.be/qmFYmFYejd4PART 3: https://youtu.be/vee3g_LGmjc

09:29

Hawaii volcano update: Terrifying tornado emerges as Kilauea whips up fiery twister "IndyWatch Feed World"

Hawaii volcano update: Terrifying tornado emerges as Kilauea whips up fiery twister | 08 June 2018 | Hawaii's raging Kilauea volcano eruption has destroyed hundreds of homes across the defenceless Big Island and a new catastrophic danger has emerged from the inferno -- a terrifying volcanic tornado. Hawaiis serene jungle landscapes have transformed to Biblical scenes of fire and brimstone since Hawaii volcano Kilauea began erupting more than a month ago on May 3. An incredibly rare phenomenon was now captured on camera by a touring photographer who witnessed strong winds whip up a fiery twister, dubbed lavanado.

09:22

The End Of Merkel? CDU Lawmaker Admits Germany Could Have A New Chancellor "By The End Of Next Week" "IndyWatch Feed World"

It's looking increasingly likely that German Chancellor Angela Merkel may have attended her last G-7 conference.
A day after the euro whipsawed on conflicting reports touting the collapse of Merkel's governing coalition, a lawmaker from Merkel's own party said the Chancellor could be out by the end of next week during an appearance on BBC World at One (via Express). On Friday, German media reported that Merkel's junior coalition partner, the CSU, had announced the end of its alliance with...

08:24

4 Telling Signs That Your Spirit Guide Is Trying To Help You (Pay Attention on #2) "IndyWatch Feed World"

We have all experienced some sort of paranormal experience at some point or another. Although you think it was a ghost, it might have actually been your spirit guide trying to help you.

Have you ever felt like you were being watched, felt a sudden temperature change in a room, or had inanimate objects move? Dont be frightened; it might be your spirit guide. Spirit guides are spiritual beings that watch over our spirits and try and guide us when they have the opportunity. If you are feeling like you are stuck in between a rock and a hard place then it is likely you might be experiencing these things. These 3 things are telling signs that your spirit guide is trying to lead you to a certain path.

Feeling a Presence

If you feel as if you are being watched, then this is a major indicator. It happens more often than we think too. This is often a sign of a deceased love one watching out for you, or keeping up with what you are doing. Feeling a presence in the room with you is a clear sign that they are trying to contact you.

Hearing Your Name

Have you ever been walking somewhere, in public perhaps, and hear your name very blatantly called out? Perhaps even more than once. It usually catches your attention immediately, as intended. Your spirit guide is trying to get your attention! Open yourself up to the spiritual world and see if you can make contact.

Vivid Dreams or Memories

Although it is normal to dream, you may be experiencing abnormal dreams. They are extremely vivid, and you remember them very well. It is almost as real as what is right in front of you. This can also happen with memories. If you have sudden memories but cant place where they came from, then this is a key indicator your spirit guide is trying to contact you.

 

Animals Will Act Out Around You

If you have ever been in the presence of a dog and have it scurry away from you for no reason, then it is likely that your spirit guide is nearby. Animals are often startled by the presence of paranormal entities because they have the ability to sense them more than humans do. If you start noticing that animals are acting out of the...

08:24

44 Congressmen urge Mattis to immediately halt 'inconceivable' sale of F-35s to Turkey "IndyWatch Feed World"

A group of US congressmen has urged Defense Secretary James Mattis to scrap F-35 sales to Turkey, over national security concerns about the NATO ally's plan to buy Russian S-400 anti-aircraft system, despite Washington's pressure. Less than a week before Lockheed Martin plans to formally deliver the first batch of F-35A Lighting II jets ordered by Turkey, and before the Senate votes on a bill to suspend all weapons sales to Ankara, a group of 44 Congressmen has written a letter to Mattis outlining how "inconceivable" it would be to sell the jets to its NATO ally. "Our concern about the sale of F-35 jets to Turkey comes against the backdrop of Turkey's planned purchase of the Russian S-400 surface-to-air missile system. As a NATO ally, Turkey integrates its military systems with those of other NATO members," the letter, dated June 15, reads. "It is inconceivable that we would place the F-35 technology in the hands of the deepening Russian-Turkish relationship."

08:18

The Best And Worst Dads Of The Zodiac "IndyWatch Feed World"

We all know that there are 12 zodiac signs but of those 12 only four of each fall into one of these two categories. Everyone else is average in their own ways but these signs are the best and the worst when it comes to fatherhood.

Below you will find two lists of four. The first being the best zodiac dads and the second being the worst. While there will, of course, be exceptions to this I believe it is quite accurate. Each of these signs made the list that they did for different reasons and some of those reasons really suck.

The Best Dads of The Zodiac:

Cancer

The Cancer makes a great dad because he is able to put his own bias aside for the sake of his children. He empathizes well and is very loyal in all the best ways. The Cancer father is willing to discipline as needed and while it might make him feel bad is not going to let his children push their limits.

Leo

The Leo makes a great dad because he is always there for his children in all the ways he can be. He is very spotlight driven so he wants to see them succeed and he will go above and beyond to really make their dreams come true. With that being said, sometimes he can be a bit of a pushover.

Virgo

The Virgo dad is always worried about the wellbeing of his offspring. He keeps their best interest at heart and while he might criticize them a bit more than he should he does so with the best intentions. He is the kind of dad who is very present in his childrens lives.

Libra

The Libra dad is always working hard to provide his children with things he never had when he was a child. He builds a deep and very strong relationship with each of them and stays very present in their lives. He holds his own and does not let them walk all over him but he also keeps their wellbeing in mind.

The Worst Dads of The Zodiac:

Taurus

The Taurus dad tends to fly off the handle a bit more than he should. Because of this, his children dont know how to approach him. For instance, when they have bad news to tell him they dont quite know what kind of response to expect so they lie.

Capricorn

The Capricorn dad is a bit too disconnected for his own good. This puts a strain on the relationship he is able to build with his children. While he wants to be there for them he is going about it in the wrong ways.

Aquarius

The Aquarius dad is too overprotective. He doesnt engage enough and leaves his children wondering where they stand. They dont know that he cares and they feel like when he is saying no or being mean it is because he basically hates them, even if that is not the case.

Pisce...

08:13

Lava flow sparks Winter Weather Advisory on Big Island "IndyWatch Feed World"

Lava flow sparks Winter Weather Advisory on Big Island | 10 June 2018 | The Hawaii volcano Kilauea eruption has triggered a shock event that has left experts baffled. The interaction of lava with sea water has created an unusual weather phenomenon causing freezing rain on the Big Island Summits, forcing the Hawaii National Weather Service to issue a shock Winter Weather Advisory alert...The steam from lava in the ocean goes into the atmosphere, cools down and falls back to the Island as freezing rain and fog. The unusual weather event is incredibly rare and meteorologists have admitted that they have "never seen this before".

08:09

There Are 6 Planets In Retrograde This Month Are We All Doomed? "IndyWatch Feed World"

This year is one full of energy as you most likely already know/feel. This month in itself is jam-packed and while June is getting close to an end the shift beginning July is about to begin.

From June 26th we will officially have up to six planets at once retrograding. This is really going to cause an intense energetic shift and while things have been quite fast lately everything will be finally slowing down. You are going to be forced inward and we are all going to be uncovering things within ourselves that we did not know were there.

While some of these retrogrades will conflict with one another overall these energies will work well together. These planets include Jupiter, Saturn, Pluto, Mars, Neptune, and Mercury. During heavy retrograde periods like this, it is important to remain as grounded as possible. Dont let your struggles get the best of you.

Focus on the issues already at hand and stop taking on so much. You can relax and see where this crazy rollercoaster takes you instead of obsessing over things that do not matter. Mars will be retrograding from close to the end of June well into August and around the first week of July is when this shift I mentioned above will begin. Currently, we are only feeling the effects of some of it, as it makes its way here these energies we are being surrounded by will intensify.

Mars will challenge us all to stop and look at where our lives are headed. You will really question what you want to do with yourself and where you want to end up. This energy will be partnered with the energies of Saturn and from there you will be setting healthy boundaries for yourself. Stepping up and making changes will ensue.

Jupiter has been in retrograde for quite some time now and is nearing its end but before that end happens it will really come through for you. It will make you think outside of the box and have you focusing on bigger and better things. That being said, you will need to keep yourself busy because the energies brought by Neptune are going to be bringing with them a new sense of understanding.

While this all might not sound like a lot now once you really see the effects it is having on your life you will understand. This is not a normal energetic shift this is an energy shift that we do not see often. All of the energies of these retrograding planets will bring forth new ways of truly existing.

Use this year to your advantage, build something amazing from the foundation being laid before you. This is your time and no one can take it away from you. Somethin...

07:48

5 Traits of Actual Psychopaths "IndyWatch Feed World"

Oftentimes, when we think of a psychopath, we instantly make associations to serial killers or criminals. However, psychopaths actually make up a much larger percentage of the population than you would believe, and many are hiding in plain sight.

In all facets of your life, there is sure to be a psychopath lurking around the corner, and in many cases, you probably have even associated with a few. Furthermore, they can be successful businessmen, politicians, parents, friends, and lovers. Chances are, you probably have one in your life right now, and while they may not physically harm you, they can do a lot of damage to everyone around them.

Psychopathy and sociopathy fall under the category of antisocial personality disorder. In order to meet the diagnoses, they must display several withstanding personality traits. Psychiatrists believe the disorder to be caused by both environmental and genetic factors. There are currently forms of therapy that can help; however, there is no cure for the disease. And sadly, since psychopaths are so good at pretending to be normal and avoiding discovery, it is very unlikely for one to be diagnosed.

Dr. Paul Babiak says that 1 out of every 100 people likely carry psychopathic traits. As you enter into business atmospheres those odds increase to 1 out of every 25 managers or executive. And while many criminals are psychopaths, not all psychopaths are criminals. Many live their entire lives without ever obtaining a criminal record.

1. They Show No Empathy 

While a psychopath can know and understand your feelings, they are unable to actually feel them for themselves. Typically, their feelings are quite shallow, especially when it comes to other people. No matter how much they hurt you, or make you cry, they will never be able to care about how they effect you. On the contrary, there are many cases in which they feed off of this sort of behavior.

2. Glibness or Superficial Charm

Like a predatory animal, psychopaths are able to charm and engage you just enough to get you in their midst. Once they have reeled you in, they can then pounce on you, just as they planned all along. You will never even see it coming. They will tell you exactly what you want to hear, and appear to actually be carin...

07:29

How To Identify And Cope With Chronic Stress "IndyWatch Feed World"

Stress is something we all deal with on a day to day basis but chronic stress can really ruin your life. Chronic stress takes a toll on us both mentally and physically and should be dealt with as quickly as possible.

Chronic stress is an overwhelming feeling that can affect anyone. It can have health consequences and adversely affect your immune, neuroendocrine, central nervous systems, or even your cardiovascular health. Unlike your average everyday stress factors chronic stress is already built up to the point where it really shakes you to the core.

You see, when we face stress each day without actually acknowledging it we are allowing it to build up more and more. Eventually, these things will turn into chronic stress and begin really taking a toll on us. Managing this kind of stress is not easy and taking the first step towards it is not going to be something you can dive into overnight.

When it comes to reducing chronic stress you really have to make lifestyle changes. You have to make the necessary decisions that will push you forward towards a more healthy outlook on well, everything. These things are not easy because the stress itself literally changes our bodies chemistry and how it functions.

If you are feeling as if there is no possible way out of your current situation you are most likely chronically stressed. People who are going through chronic stress tend to be very overwhelmed with the demands and pressures in their lives. They do not have a means of actually managing their stress so they just accept that it is there and will always be there. These people end up internalizing their stress and eventually that stress has to come out.

You see, chronic stress is not as easy to pinpoint as other kinds of stress. We know when we are facing acute stress because its new stress but chronic stress is something that can hide away in the shadows for a long time. Now, when it comes to managing chronic stress you first have to accept that it is what you are dealing with.

Once you are able to accept it you can work to change it. You begin by taking small steps and then move up from there. In my opinion, the best place to start is in your bedroom. Get more sleep if you need it. Make sure you are able to get the sleep your body needs so that you can begin coping with the things bringing it down. Set healthy boundaries and limits for the things making you feel overwhelmed.

If you dont have to do it to survive, stop wasting your time. Really break things down and if it isnt essential, give it a rest. Once you have done these things you can begin taking the time to better yourself and support yourself. Lighten your load by sharing the burden w...

07:25

Speaking out about war crimes - Julian Assange "IndyWatch Feed World"



If you knew that a government routinely covered up soldiers massacring civilians as if they were shooting them in a video game, would you stay silent?

If you knew that 66,081 of the 109,000 recorded deaths in the illegal war on Iraq from US military were civilians, would you stay silent?

If you found out that a government was spying on the citizens of every nation in the world and passing the information onto corporations and the military, would you stay silent?

Julian Assange did not stay silent. Courageously, he published the documents exposing murder and illegal surveillance, passed on to him by US. soldier, Private Manning.

These documents were also accessed and published in whole or in part by many other reporting outlets, including The Guardian, Der Spiegel, The New York Times, El Pas, Al-Akhbar, Svenska Dagbladet, Aftonbladet, Verdens Gang, Aftenposten, Politiken, NRC, RTL Nieuws, Die Welt,and Fairfax Media. But those media are not being punished.

The United States Government was the government involved in these war crimes and illegal global surveillance. It controlled the mainstream and corporate press and was incensed that Wikileaks, an alternative press, had the moral conviction to out it for its crimes. Its revenge was to engineer Julian Assange's illegal detention in the Ecuadorian Embassy from August 2012.

Using trumped up charges, the UK and Swedish Governments colluded with the United States so that Assange was likely to be extradited to the United States on unknown and probably illegal grounds if he left his place of asylum. The United States has the highest rates of imprisonment in the world and its private and military prisons are known to be brutal and unaccountable.

Assange did not committed any crime by publishing material from a foreign state, any more than have the newspapers who also published this. His arbitrary detention has been denounced by the United Nations. His access to internet, telephone and visitors have all been withdrawn recently and a change of government in Ecuador threatens his continued asylum in its embassy. The Australian Government needs to act to bring Assange home to safety, in accordance with UN rulings.

Will you speak up for Julian Assange,...

07:00

My dad taught me how to deal with bullies, because he was one "IndyWatch Feed World"

Lifelong lessons no kid should ever have to learn.

Teddy, whats three times five? Its asked in a voice I cant ignore.

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07:00

How to Free Your Mind from Mainstream Media Brainwashing "IndyWatch Feed World"

Starting with Gutenbergs printing press, then Thomas Edisons motion picture camera and the introduction of celluloid and the silver screen, and later the cathode ray tube a select few media institutions, and the men behind them, have enjoyed monolithic monopoly over the information we see and hear.

Their machine is awesome and seemingly unstoppable, and reaches anywhere, anytime and into the minds of all it targets.

How does one navigate, let alone make sense, of this 21st century matrix?

If this transformation were truly an organic process, then most critical minds would be able to rationally deal with our total immersion in media.

But the evolution of technology and how we interact with it is not so easy to articulate. As platforms and choice continue to proliferate, the situation is becoming more attuned to Chaos Theory than Darwinian Theory.


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06:16

This Is What Kind Of Person You Are, According To Your Birth Month "IndyWatch Feed World"

The month in which you were born can reveal a lot more than you think about who you are as a person both on the inside and on the outside.

The personality descriptions that follow are for each month of the year. They detail how you often feel and act, as well as how others view you, and your effect on them. Theyre drawn from astrology, which based the character traits upon how the stars were aligned in the month you were born. This has been described by many as eerily accurate and fitting.

Read on to see if your birth month description matches you, have fun, and enjoy!

January

You are opinionated, headstrong, and driven. You are always observing the surrounding world and love learning new things, which you often pass on to others since youre a natural teacher.

February

You are very creative, abstract, and intellectual. You can be temperamental and aggressive if you feel trapped, but if you feel free and comfortable you become charming, honest, and loyal.

March

You are quiet, introspective, and seek peaceful surroundings. You are courteous to everyone you meet yet you tend to hide your true feelings and personality from the world.

April

You are strong mentally and physically and rush into things that you sometimes later regret. You crave attention and thrive when all eyes are on you, which may be why youre also a thrill-seeker.

May

You are strong-willed, beautiful physically and mentally, and sharp as a tack. You can be easily angered, but also easily consoled. You often have crazy dreams at night and for your future.

June

You are courteous, polite, and sensitive. Oftentimes you are soft-spoken so people listen up when you speak, plus you are a visionary with lots of ideas and think far ahead.

July

You are witty, energetic, and a blast to hang out with. You always are up for whatever comes your way and people are drawn to you. However, you are easily hurt and take awhile to recover.

August

You are funny, brave, caring, and a natural born leader. Your lovable personality and inspiring spirit can sometimes give way to angry outbursts and jealousy, but you bounce back quickly.

September

You are careful, organized, confident, calm, and a perfectionist. You can be critical of others which may alienate them because you expect a lot from people and are stubborn in you...

06:03

Singapore WEC 2018 "IndyWatch Feed World"

We want to thank everyone for a great WEC in Southeast Asia and the venue was excellent. The turn of events in the Malaysian peninsula were right on schedule with the change in government, which made a very interesting topic for this session.

We will be looking forward to holding annual events in Asia in the future.

06:02

12 Things Your Husband Secretly Hates About You "IndyWatch Feed World"

One of the strongest words is the word Hate. But it might not be strong enough to express the feeling of your husbands care about you. Yes, this is exactly how it is. Confused, right? Please, lets read on.

He may not always be the best at showing it, but here are 10 things your husband really hates:

He hates when you call yourself fat.

No, really! It really starts to get old after a while. All he thinks about is how beautiful you are, all of the time, and even when he tells you and means it, you still brush him off. And you know what? That doesnt feel good and eventually, he will stop telling you.

Your husband hates it when he is the reason for your heart to break.

Sometimes he does something that he did not mean to do in the first place and he ends up hurting you. The last thing on his mind is to break your heart and if he does, then let him apologize and make things right.

He hates how much pressure you put on yourself.

You dont need to go to every single school event and you dont need to do everything for the kids.

He doesnt really know how to tell you this in a way that wont hurt your feelings, but you put so much pressure on yourself that doesnt need to be there. You dont need to go to every single school event and you dont need to do everything for the kids. You just dont.

He hates when you fail.

Your hubby wants you to win every competition and get success in every walks of your life. He hates when things wont work out as expected. Also, he tries to put all the possible effort to make you see win. He knows how smart you are and what you can do. Failure is the vital part of life but always remember that your hubby is always there to help you out.

He hates how you think you need to be perfect 24/7.

When has he ever really been grossed out by you? Think about it. He doesnt care if you stop shaving or smell bad, he really doesnt. He doesnt understand why you think you need to be perfect all of the time. Its OK to just be human, you know?

He hates when you change yourself just to make him happy.

Society is frequently feeding us false ideas of what the perfect wife or woman should like. If you are the married to the right person, he wont force you to live those fake standards because he loves the way you are. He doesnt want to transform into...

06:01

California Dreaming & Separatist Movement "IndyWatch Feed World"

On the November election in California, enough signatures were gathered just over 400,000 to put a question on the ballot should California be split into three states? The discontent in California is certainly regional. The proposal for three states would break California up into North, South, and just California.

Tim Draper has been the primary bankroller behind the division idea. He managed to collect at least 402,000 signatures to divide California into three parts. Northern California will be composed of the region from Oregon down to San Francisco. Southern California would include Fresno, Bakersfield, and San Diego. Then there will be California between these two regions which will be with its capital at Los Angeles. Effectively, three capital cities would emerge, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and San Diego. Anyone who has been to California knows that indeed there are three distinct cultures.

Silicon Valley is a region in the southern San Francisco Bay Area referring to the Santa Clara Valley, which serves as the global center for high technology, venture capital, innovation, and social media. This will be part of Northern California leaving behind the craziness of the Los Angeles politics that has far too often swamped the philosophies of Northern California.

This is once again part of the separatist movement that is rising everywhere around the world. It is all part of the same cycle of Civil Unrest.

06:00

Turkey Finishes Massive Wall On Syrian Border, Paid For With EU Funds "IndyWatch Feed World"

While leftists are throwing a fit over President Trump's proposed border wall with Mexico, they couldn't care less about Turkey's new massive 764-kilometer border wall with Syria paid for with European Union funds.

World Cup goal celebrations cause earthquake in Mexico City "IndyWatch Feed World"

Hirving Lozanos goal for Mexico against Germany in their World Cup game in Moscow reportedly caused a mini-earthquake back home in Mexico City as raucous fans celebrated.

Second FBI Informant Tried To Entrap Trump Campaign With $2 Million Offer For Hillary Dirt: Roger Stone "IndyWatch Feed World"

Trump campaign aides Roger Stone and Michael Caputo say that a meeting Stone took in late May, 2016 with a Russian appears to have been an "FBI sting operation" in hindsight, following bombshell reports in May that the DOJ/FBI used a longtime FBI/CIA asset, Cambridge professor Stefan Halper, to perform espionage on the Trump campaign.

World running out of sand, making it the black markets hot commodity "IndyWatch Feed World"

A global shortage of sand is prompting black-market gangs to steal large amounts from rivers and beaches. Scientists are warning that the global supply of sand is slipping through our fingers. Statistics show that worldwide, we go through 50 billion tons of sand every year twice the amount produced by every river in the world during the same period.

Creepy AI can predict your moves in advance "IndyWatch Feed World"

An intelligent machine capable of anticipating your next move minutes in advance sounds like the stuff of nightmares but is now a reality. Researchers have taught an AI to recognise patterns in peoples actions, allowing it to accurately predict the next move in a sequence minutes in advance.

95% of UK burglaries and robberies not solved, data suggests "IndyWatch Feed World"

Britains largest police force has said it is doing all it can to bring thieves to justice after figures suggested 95% of burglaries and robberies across the UK are not being solved.

French Special Forces on the Ground in Yemen "IndyWatch Feed World"

French newspaper Le Figaro is quoting unnamed French military sources as saying that French special forces have been deployed to Yemen. The troops are said to be present with Emirati troops on the ground. They did not specify where in Yemen. Frances Defense Ministry is not commenting specifically on the special forces report, but did deny that any French troops are present in Hodeidah port. They also insisted that the French military is not part of the Saudi-led coalition attacking Yemen.

Cryptocurrency Millionaire Kidnapped By Biker Gang, Robbed At Gunpoint For $1.8M "IndyWatch Feed World"

Three members of a Bronx biker gang were arraigned in a Manhattan courtroom on Tuesday, charged with kidnapping and robbing a cryptocurrency multi-millionaire at gunpoint, authorities said. Luring their victim into a fake Uber ride on November 4, 2017 where they held him captive for two hours with a hood over his head - demanding his keys and a memory stick linked to his Ether currency account, according to court papers. The gang was able to bilk the man out of $1.8 million of Ether, a popular cryptocurrency.

It's often cheaper to pay cash for your prescriptions rather than the co-pay, but the pharmacy is legally prohibited from suggesting it "IndyWatch Feed World"

America's health care is totally screwed up, Part Ten Gazillion: in many cases, the medicines your doctor prescribes are cheaper than the co-pay your health insurance charges, which means that if you just buy the meds instead of charging them to insurance, you save money. Which is terrible, but what's worse is that many states have laws that make it illegal for the pharmacist to volunteer this information unless you ask (the insurance companies' benefits mangers keep the profits from this arrangement, and they've successfully lobbied for gag rules that keep pharmacists from subverting it). So remember: every time you bring an Rx to the pharmacy, ask whether you'd save money by paying cash.

BLM Agents Open Fire on Innocent Couple, Shoot Woman Because ATV Drove Near Restricted Area "IndyWatch Feed World"

Pedro and Denise Mejia feel lucky to be alive after they were nearly murdered when their all-terrain vehicle broke down and they said they were confronted by federal officers from the Bureau of Land Management who opened fire with on them with no warning.  A press release issued by the Riverside County Sheriffs Office, who is investigating the shooting, claimed that the Mejias were in a restricted area and failed to heed BLM officer commands to stop... Incredulously, a detective with the department who is investigating the officer-involved shooting actually blamed the nearly murdered victims for being in the wrong place at the wrong time.

Suspect dead, 20 injured in New Jersey arts festival shooting "IndyWatch Feed World"

Twenty people have been injured, some critically, in a shooting at an arts festival in Trenton, New Jersey on Sunday. One person, suspected to be behind the shooting, has been killed according to local officials. A second suspect is in police custody, according to Mercer County Prosecutors office. Fifteen of those injured suffered gunshot wounds and a 13 year-old boy is among the casualties. Local authorities say that several people opened fire inside the venue and multiple weapons were recovered in the scene. The casualties were confirmed by the Mercer County Prosecutors office.

US issues list of 47 demands to North Korea "IndyWatch Feed World"

It would seem that the manner in which the denuclearization of North Korea must be performed before sanctions may be lifted has been determined by Washington. The Japanese Foreign Minister, Taro Kono, describes a list of demands which was delivered to Pyongyang by US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo during his visit. As to whether these demands have been agreed upon by Kims regime isnt included in the statement.

Consumers Stubbornly Cling to Cash, after Multiple IT Fiascos & Payment Systems Outages "IndyWatch Feed World"

The last month has been an unhappy time for daydreamers of a cashless nirvana. Following weeks of disruptive tech failures, payment outages, and escalating cyber fraud scams, much of it taking place in Britain, consumers have been reminded of one of the great benefits of physical cash: it is accepted just about everywhere and does not suddenly fail on you. The findings of a new study by UK-based online payments company Paysafe, partly owned by US private equity giant Blackstone, confirm that consumers on both sides of the Atlantic continue to cling to physical lucre.

05:51

Musical Interlude: Chuck Wild, Liquid Mind VI: Spirit - In The Spirit "IndyWatch Feed World"

Music by Chuck Wild, Liquid Mind VI: Spirit - In The Spirit
Images courtesy of ESA, NASA, and The Hubble Space Telescope.
- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s52o9_2pi1U&feature=related

05:45

Every Single One Of These 10 Things Is Emotional Abuse "IndyWatch Feed World"

If you have ever been involved with a manipulative person you will agree with these. People in todays society will too often be taken advantage of for their kindness. If you are experiencing any of these situations, then you are being emotionally abused.

Emotional abuse ranges from severity and intensity. If you are involved in an emotionally abusive relationship then it is likely that you will talk yourself out of agreeing with these things, dont. If you can relate to any of these then you need to do something about it. It will only get worse, so it is best to deal with it as early as possible. Abusers are good at what they do, so do not get sucked in by their smooth lines or guilt trips. Simply remove yourself from the situation.

Accusations and Blaming

If someone in your family or your significant other is constantly putting a blame on you, then you need to assess the situations. If they are blaming very obviously random life incidents on you, then you need to have a talk.

Blocking and Diverting

If they avoid conversations about serious topics then that is a serious indicator. Very often will manipulative people remove themselves from confrontation and emotional situations. If you somehow manage to get them cornered they will start twisting your words and even more likely to start acting a fool.

Inability to take a joke

If you are in an emotionally abusive relationship, it is likely that your partner is easily offended and will not laugh at themselves under no circumstances. If you or anyone else says anything degrading about them as a joke, it is instantly personal and they will hit you where it hurts to get revenge.

They Point Out Flaws

An emotionally abusive partner will constantly point out your flaws and make you feel like less and less of a person. They call you names, give you labels, and commonly talk bad about you to other people behind your back.

They do not show compassion

They tell you to toughen up, or get over it. They will never empathize with you over anything. Your feelings are always less important than theirs.

They make subtle threats

If your partner threatens you over small or subtle things in a jokingly manner, then this is also a key indicator. They may say they will tell all of your secrets if you leave them, or even more commonly, if you leave me, ill commit suicide. This is not your responsibility and you not only have...

05:43

"A Look to the Heavens" "IndyWatch Feed World"

Following an ancient galaxy-galaxy collision 200 million light-years from Earth, debris from a gas-rich galaxy, NGC 5291, was flung far into intergalactic space. NGC 5291 and the likely interloper, also known as the "Seashell" galaxy, are captured near the center of this spectacular scene. The sharp, ground-based telescopic image looks toward the galaxy cluster Abell 3574 in the southern constellation Centaurus. 
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Stretched along the 100,000 light-year long tidal tails, are clumps resembling dwarf galaxies, but lacking old stars, apparently dominated by young stars and active star forming regions. Found to be unusually rich in elements heavier than hydrogen and helium, the dwarf galaxies were likely born in intergalactic space, recycling the enriched debris from NGC 5291 itself.

05:39

Chet Raymo, "Chimps and Cosmologists" "IndyWatch Feed World"

"Chimps and Cosmologists"
by Chet Raymo

"Lord Martin Rees, Astronomer Royal and president of the Royal Society in Britain, caused something of a flap by suggesting that humans may never be able to understand the universe. "Some aspects of reality may elude us simply because they're beyond human brains, just as surely as Einstein's ideas would baffle a chimpanzee," he said. Einstein used existing mathematics to develop general relativity, describing how gravity controls the universe on the largest scale. Dirac also used "off-the-shelf" mathematics when devising quantum theory, which describes nature on the subatomic level. After decades of trying, physicists have not been able to unify the two theories, maybe because the mathematical tools to do so are beyond our comprehension, said Rees. So too, understanding our own consciousness and self-awareness may require grasping aspects or dimensions of the universe where the human brain is not equipped to go.

Of course, Rees may be right. The universe may exist on scales and in dimensions that will forever elude us. Our brains are finite; the universe may be infinite. But I wouldn't be too quick to shut the door of progress. History suggests that every generation has had its "dream of a final theory," only to have the next generation take us to a new level of understanding. Yes, our brains are finite, but the future will almost certainly see artificial brains - not necessarily silicon based - vastly superior to our own.

So yes, complete understanding of the universe, or even a complete inventory of what exists, may be ultimately beyond us, which is why it is so silly to base arguments for or against the existence of God on the scientific theory de jour. But I would also suppose that a hundred years or two hundred years from...

05:01

Heres Your Zodiac Sign To Sexual Compatibility "IndyWatch Feed World"

Almost everyone knows at least something about their Astrology sign, even if its just one simple personality trait. However, there are other interesting facts regarding you and how your zodiac sign affects you, including your sexual compatibility with others.

Aries

Aries is a fire sign, that is ruled by Mars; therefore, Aries represent passion. Male and female Aries are almost always sexually aggressive and enjoy the same thing in return. They represent the burning, hot passion of the zodiac and they arent afraid to let you know it!

Anything that brings them excitement and adventure are sure to turn them on. Due to this, they oftentimes arent seeking out their perfect match. Instead they like to run at the ones they want headfirst, and make things happen.

Most Compatible With: Leo, Libra, Gemini, Scorpio

Taurus

Men and women Taurus are some of the most sensual lovers in the zodiac. They enjoy indulging their senses and being overwhelmed by the finer things in life. Oftentimes, wine, truffles, scented massage oils, and roses are sure to pose as aphrodisiacs that will set the mood for the Taurus in your life.

Most Compatible With: Scorpio, Cancer, Virgo, Capricorn

Gemini

Geminis are more outgoing with their sexuality. In fact, they are down to do it pretty much anywhere, or anytime, as long as they arent expecting it. They also arent shy about nudity or dirty talk. Experimentation and adventure are what gets them going.

Most Compatible With: Aries, Gemini, Sagittarius, Aquarius

Cancer

Cancer lovers need to be emotionally connected in order to feel true intimacy. For them, lots of long, deep glances into each others eye is sure to win them over.

They also enjoy being indulged in fourplay, rather than rushing through sexual encounters. Due to th...

05:00

Psychedelics Shown to Heal Damaged Brain Cells from Depression "IndyWatch Feed World"

Research in recent years has shown that psychedelics like LSD, magic mushrooms, MDMA and DMT from ayahuasca can help with addiction, depression, phobias, schizophrenia, anxiety and even prisoner recidivism rates.

by Heather Callaghan

New research on substances like tryptamines, DMT and magic mushrooms; amphetamines, including MDMA; and ergolines, like LSD revealed that some of these substances can regrow parts of nerve cells in the brain, which may explain their restorative abilities.

Amazingly, they can repair parts of the prefrontal cortex, involved in the brains reward center and executive functioning.


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04:40

EU officials leak Trump's behind-the-scenes comments at the G7 "IndyWatch Feed World"

A week after the disastrous G7 summit wrapped up in Canada, EU officials have leaked behind-the-scenes quotes from Donald Trump, giving insight into the bombastic, forthright style he deployed with other leaders. US President Donald Trump arrived late, departed early, and made a show of his truculence throughout the Quebec meeting, due to the trade disputes between America and the other Western states. According to the Wall Street Journal, which spoke to a senior EU source, Trump was aware of his isolation, and at one point - when he finally agreed on an issue with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe - the US leader joked "Oh, well, then it's five versus two."

Undiplomatic behavior: EU officials leak Trump's behind-the-scenes comments at G7 "IndyWatch Feed World"

A week after the disastrous G7 summit wrapped up in Canada, EU officials have leaked behind-the-scenes quotes from Donald Trump, giving insight into the bombastic, forthright style he deployed with other leaders. US President Donald Trump arrived late, departed early, and made a show of his truculence throughout the Quebec meeting, due to the trade disputes between America and the other Western states. According to the Wall Street Journal, which spoke to a senior EU source, Trump was aware of his isolation, and at one point - when he finally agreed on an issue with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe - the US leader joked "Oh, well, then it's five versus two."

04:30

Peace is destroying Colombias jungle and opening it to science "IndyWatch Feed World"

Peace between the Colombian government and the left-wing FARC guerrillas after five decades of conflict has come with a hidden cost.

04:28

Families of victims of Paris attacks demand answers with lawsuit against French government "IndyWatch Feed World"

Families of Bataclan victims have filed a lawsuit against the French government, after it emerged that anti-terrorist soldiers were right outside one of the attack sites but were ordered to hold back and give their guns to police. The coordinated attacks on November 13, 2015 led to the deaths of 130 people across the French capital, 90 of whom were shot dead at the Bataclan music venue. But a parliamentary inquiry later revealed that eight anti-terror soldiers who were outside the venue had been told not to intervene or to pass their weapons to police. Eighteen families of victims have now filed a lawsuit against the French government, demanding answers.

04:11

Saudi-Russian oil alliance to continue stabilizing market even if OPEC deal falls apart "IndyWatch Feed World"

Even if the current OPEC/NOPEC oil production cut deal goes to pieces, Saudi Arabia and Russia will be willing to go it alone. The two largest oil producers in the agreement said that on Thursday ahead of the much-talked-about OPEC meeting later this month, suggesting that some kind of market-managing efforts may remain in place, even if Iran and Iraq begin to sour on the collaboration. The comments came after Khalid al-Falih and Alexander Novak met in Moscow, and were rubber stamped by Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and Russian President Vladimir Putin, who also met on Thursday.

03:55

Homeschooling Enrollment Skyrocketing As Parents Seek To Protect Children From Public School Brainwashing "IndyWatch Feed World"

There is less faith now in the public education system than there ever has been. Homeschooling has increased by 75 percent in the last 14 years, according to a recent report in Education News. Homeschooling is growing seven times faster than a K-12 public education. Researchers predict that the homeschooling boom will continue to explode over []

03:42

A Man Youve Never Heard of Saved Your Life "IndyWatch Feed World"

A Man Youve Never Heard of Saved Your Life
by George Washington

On October 27, 1962, a man youve never heard of saved your life. It was at the height of the Cuban Missile Crisis, when the U.S. and Soviet Union were on hair trigger alert for World War Three. And an order to launch a nuclear missile against Americans was actually given by the commander and political officer of a Soviet nuclear submarine. One man stopped global nuclear war.

03:41

The Poet: Wendell Berry, The Contrariness of the Mad Farmer "IndyWatch Feed World"

The Contrariness of the Mad Farmer

I am done with apologies. If contrariness is my
 inheritance and destiny, so be it. If it is my mission
 to go in at exits and come out at entrances, so be it.
 I have planted by the stars in defiance of the experts,
 and tilled somewhat by incantation and by singing,
 and reaped, as I knew, by luck and Heaven's favor,
 in spite of the best advice. If I have been caught
 so often laughing at funerals, that was because
...

03:38

"You Think They're Nice..." "IndyWatch Feed World"

"That's why crazy people are so dangerous. 
You think they're nice until they're chaining you up in the garage."
- Michael Buckley

03:25

"A Stick In The Mud..." "IndyWatch Feed World"

At this point I reveal myself in my true colors, as a stick-in-the-mud. I hold a number of beliefs that have been repudiated by the liveliest intellects of our time. I believe order is better than chaos, creation better than destruction. I prefer gentleness to violence, forgiveness to vendetta. On the whole I think that knowledge is preferable to ignorance, and I am sure that human sympathy is more valuable than ideology. I believe that in spite of the recent triumphs of science, men havent changed much in the last two thousand years; and in consequence we must try to learn from history. History is ourselves.

I believe in courtesy, the ritual by which we avoid hurting other peoples feelings, by satisfying our own egos. And I think we should remember that we are all part of a great whole, which for convenience we call nature. All living things are our brothers and sisters.
- Kenneth Clark, Civilization

02:45

Will the Slaughter in Gaza Finally Prick the International Conscience for Firm Action? "IndyWatch Feed World"

We cannot allow the Israeli Government to treat Palestinian lives as inferior to their own, which is what they consistently do, David Steel tells the House of Lords.

Id like to share with you the speech by Steel (aka Lord Steel of Aikwood) in a recent House of Lords debate, the motion being That this House takes note of the situation in the Palestinian Territories. Steel himself opened proceedings with as good a summing-up of the appalling situation as I have heard anywhere.

Here it is word for word from Hansard:

My Lords, I put in for the ballot for todays debate just after the terrible slaughter of 62 Palestinians inside the Gaza fence, which included eight children. I should at the outset declare a former interest. I served for seven years as president of the charity Medical Aid for Palestinians and I am delighted to see that the current president, the noble Baroness, Lady Morris of Bolton, is to speak in this debate. During that time I visited Israel, the West Bank and Gaza several times, once touring Gaza just after the Cast Lead operation, when I saw for myself the wanton destruction of hospitals, schools and factories in what was described by David Cameron as one vast prison camp.

Before anyone accuses me of being one-sided, let me also say that I spent an afternoon with the local Israeli MP in the Ashkelon area in the south of that country and fully understand the intolerable life of citizens there threatened by rockets fired by Hamas from inside Gaza.

In fact, long before I got involved with MAP, back in 1981, I first met Yasser Arafat, leader of the PLO, at a time when our Government would not speak to him on the grounds that the PLO was a terrorist organisation refusing to recognise Israel, a mistake that we have repeated with Hamas. As I got to know Arafat over the years, I recognised that he was a brilliant liberation leader but a disappointing failure as head of the Palestinian Administration. Indeed, it was the incompetence and even corruption of that Administration which led to the success of Hamas in the election in Gaza. But those of us who pride ourselves in democracy cannot just give them the cold shoulder because we did not like the result, and yet that is what happened. The lesson of the successful peace process in Northern Ireland should surely have taught us that the only route to peace has to be through dialogue with those we may not like, rather than confrontation.

That brings me to the policy of the current Israeli Government, backed by the United States of America and, sadly, by our own Government. Israels great tragedy was the assassination of Prime Minister Rabin, who had been relentles...

02:20

Preventing Alzheimers Is Easier Than You Think "IndyWatch Feed World"

Alzheimers is a very serious disease that far more people than most of us realize are affected by. It has been predicted that by the year 2050 it will affect over 100 million people.

In the world today over 25 million people are suffering from dementia and most of those people actually have Alzheimers disease. More recent research has shown us something quite interesting though in regards to the disease itself. It seems insulin resistance has a lot to do with it. This very well could be a driving factor in regards to this damning disease that takes almost all memories away from the people who made them.

This information coming from a study published back in 2015 that came from the Iowa State University. It was published in the Journal of the American Medical Association Neurology and found that when it comes to memory functioning decline insulin resistance really played a huge role. This increases the risks of a person developing Alzheimers disease.

While it might not sound like much this was the first study of its kind. No other study looked at insulin resistance in late middle-aged people. This link is important to note because it will benefit us all in the quest to prevent Alzheimers. Dementia begins when we are young and develops over time so this link is a big-time game changer.

It is also important to note that recent studies have shown people with diabetes have a higher chance of developing Alzheimers. If you want to prevent Alzheimers you need to pay close attention to your body and take care of yourself. Make sure you keep an eye on things like this and keep your blood sugar balanced.

01:28

Test the DNA of Kevin Cooper, Says Kim Kardashian West to Jerry Brown "IndyWatch Feed World"

Kim Kardashian West, coming off her recent success in getting President Trump to pardon a grandmother serving a life sentence, has taken to Twitter to ask California Gov. Jerry Brown to give San Quentin death row inmate Kevin Cooper the DNA tests he has been denied, tests that could prove his innocence.

Cooper has been imprisoned for 34 years for a savage crime he insists he did not committhe 1983 slaughter of chiropractors and Arabian horse breeders Doug and Peggy Ryen, both 47, their 10-year-old daughter Jessica, and 11-year-old Christopher Hughes. Christopher was a friend of Joshua Ryen, 8, who was attacked and left for dead.

Though Cooper has lost all his appeals, in 2009 five judges from the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals asserted he was framed by the San Bernardino, Calif., Sheriffs Department. The judges were joined by six colleagues in asking for a hearing to prove his innocence. Coopers attorneys continue to gather new evidence that he did not commit the crime.

What separates execution and exoneration in the case are modern DNA tests that Coopers attorneys claim could prove he was framed. They are being fought by the San Bernardino district attorneys office and California Attorney General Xavier Becerra, who say enough DNA testing has been done and no more is needed. The tests could be ordered by the governor, but he has made no public move to do so. Brown has been sitting on Coopers clemency petition, which details numerous examples of law enforcement misconduct in the case, for almost two and a half years.

Following a recent New York Times column by Nicholas Kristof about Cooper, California Sens. Kamala Harris and Dianne Feinstein urged Brown to let the tests proceed. The tests could clear Cooper or confirm his guilt and could possibly identify the actual killers, initially described by the sole eyewitness, Josh Ryen, as three white assailants.

Coopers attorneys have focused attention for years on a white man who was implicated in the murders by his girlfriend, who called deputies after he came home the night of the murders wearing bloody coveralls, which she handed over to a deputy sheriff. She told the deputy her boyfriend was a convicted murderer of a 17-year-old girl and he had been out of prison less than a year. She also reported that the tan T-shirt he was wearing the day of the murders exactly matched the bloody shirt that was found and his missing hatchet resembled the bloody hatchet found near the crime scene.

No one from homicide ever called her, as she requested, or picked up the coveralls from the deputy. They were never tested for the victims blood...

01:27

Anti-zionism is not anti-Semitism "IndyWatch Feed World"

Recently, Batya Ungar-Sargon, an editor at the Forward, wrote an article about the "failings" of intersectionality, and the specific "failing" of the left to include anti-Semitism in its analysis of oppressions. She also makes claims that opposing the inclusion of Zionism in social justice movements means the exclusion of Jews. The article has serious conceptual flaws as well as factual inaccuracies that mischaracterize and do a disservice to movements for justice, and, as a result, make accusations of marginalizing Jews that are not rooted in reality. To say, as the author does in her article, that "As a paradigm, intersectionality has failed Jews" makes little sense. As a lens through which to understand multiple dimensions of power - where and how they do or don't intersect or connect - intersectionality does not "fail" any group. Comment: Intersectionality itself is postmodern leftist nonsense. Best to just leave it behind completely. Further, the author writes, "Intersectionality would dictate that the oppression of Palestinians is much worse than the oppression of Jews, and thus a much higher priority.... It is at the end of the day a hierarchical structure, one that creates a hierarchy of oppression and determines levels of threat." Comment: You can have hierarchies of oppression without "intersectionality". Throwing stones pales in comparison to shooting medics and journalists in the head. Intersectionality, a term coined by legal scholar Kimberl Crenshaw, is precisely not about promoting hierarchies of oppression (thereby leaving out the Jews), but is a framework - an analytic tool - that focuses on the multiple effects and overlap of structural oppressions among communities that have been impacted by injustice.

Anti-Zionism is not anti-Semitism "IndyWatch Feed World"

Recently, Batya Ungar-Sargon, an editor at the Forward, wrote an article about the "failings" of intersectionality, and the specific "failing" of the left to include anti-Semitism in its analysis of oppressions. She also makes claims that opposing the inclusion of Zionism in social justice movements means the exclusion of Jews. The article has serious conceptual flaws as well as factual inaccuracies that mischaracterize and do a disservice to movements for justice, and, as a result, make accusations of marginalizing Jews that are not rooted in reality. To say, as the author does in her article, that "As a paradigm, intersectionality has failed Jews" makes little sense. As a lens through which to understand multiple dimensions of power - where and how they do or don't intersect or connect - intersectionality does not "fail" any group. Comment: Intersectionality itself is postmodern leftist nonsense. Best to just leave it behind completely. Further, the author writes, "Intersectionality would dictate that the oppression of Palestinians is much worse than the oppression of Jews, and thus a much higher priority.... It is at the end of the day a hierarchical structure, one that creates a hierarchy of oppression and determines levels of threat." Comment: You can have hierarchies of oppression without "intersectionality". Throwing stones pales in comparison to shooting medics and journalists in the head. Intersectionality, a term coined by legal scholar Kimberl Crenshaw, is precisely not about promoting hierarchies of oppression (thereby leaving out the Jews), but is a framework - an analytic tool - that focuses on the multiple effects and overlap of structural oppressions among communities that have been impacted by injustice.

00:33

Pope: Abortion Is White Glove Equivalent to Nazi Crimes "IndyWatch Feed World"

VATICAN CITY Pope Francis denounced abortion on Saturday as the white glove equivalent of the Nazi-era eugenics program and urged families to accept the children that God gives them.

Francis spoke off-the-cuff to a meeting of an Italian family association, ditching his prepared remarks to speak from the heart about families and the trials they undergo. He lamented how some couples choose not to have any children, while others resort to pre-natal testing to see if their baby has any malformations or genetic problems.

The first proposal in such a case is, Do we get rid of it?' Francis said. The murder of children. To have an easy life, they get rid of an innocent.

Francis recalled that as a child he was horrified to hear stories from his teacher about children thrown from the mountain if they were born with malformations.

Today we do the same thing, he said.

Last century, the whole world was scandalized by what the Nazis did to purify the race. Today, we do the same thing but with white gloves, Francis said.

The pope urged families to accept children as God gives them to us.

Francis has repeated the strict anti-abortion stance of his predecessors and integrated it into his broader condemnation of what he calls todays throw-away culture. He has frequently lamented how the sick, the poor, the elderly and the unborn are considered unworthy of protection and dignity by a society that prizes instead individual prowess.

He has also decried how women are often considered part of this throw-away culture, sometimes forced to prostitute themselves.

How many of you pray for these women who are thrown away, for these women who are used, for these girls who have to sell their own dignity to have a job? Francis asked during his morning homily Friday.

Francis has dedicated much of his pontificate to preaching about families, marriage and the problems that families today encounter. He is expected to highlight these issues during his August trip to Ireland where hell close out the Catholic Churchs big family rally.

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00:20

14 Signs That Your Partner Has A Shortage of Emotional Intelligence "IndyWatch Feed World"

Emotional intelligence is defined as the inability to identify and manage your own emotions and the emotions of others. An important aspect of any relationship, our emotions along with our ability to adequately identify, express and manage them can make or break a relationship.

On one hand, a healthy ability to express ones emotions can lead to a deep and intense connection between two people, understanding one another at their most vulnerable. However, those that fail to demonstrate this level of emotional intelligence will, inevitably, build a wall between themselves and others.

Do you feel as though there is a divide between yourself and your partner? Is your relationship lacking something, and you believe it comes back to your ability to emotionally connect with one another? Do you feel as though your partner is out of control, or they fail to exhibit any emotions at all? If your partner is lacking emotional intelligence, this may actually be hindering your relationships ability to move to the next level. If any of the aforementioned descriptions sound familiar, read on to find out more.

Here are 14 signs that your partner lacks emotional intelligence:

#1 They struggle to maintain friendships.

Those among us with higher emotional intelligence levels are prepared to create deep, connected relationships with others. These connections are built on understanding, compassion and the ability to support one another during lifes struggles. Those who lack this emotional intelligence are incapable of developing these deep connections, which can make it difficult to maintain friendships. As the people they meet seek something deeper and more meaningful, they fail to rise to their expectations. While some will stick around, others may simply move on seeking friendships that can fulfill these needs.

#2 They are unable to sympathize with others.

In order to truly feel sympathy, and connect in that compassionate manner, one must be able to not only recognize but comprehend the feelings that the other individual is experiencing at the time. Sympathy is the act of acknowledging how someone is feeling at any given time and reflecting concern for their emotional state. Unable to recognize emotion within themselves or others, those with low emotional intelligence fail to understand the emotions of others and therefore are incapable of feeling sympathy and compassion.

#3 They are often experiencing high levels of stress.

When someone fails...

00:10

The Daily "Near You?" "IndyWatch Feed World"

Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. Thanks for stopping by!

00:06

"My Own View..." "IndyWatch Feed World"

My own view is that this planet is used as a penal colony, lunatic asylum and dumping ground by a superior civilization, to get rid of the undesirable and unfit. I can't prove it, but you can't disprove it either. It happens to be my view, but it doesn't challenge any of the findings of Darwin or Huxley or Einstein or Hawking.
- Christopher Hitchens

00:04

Possible attempted terror attack in Moscow: Taxi rams into Mexican tourists "IndyWatch Feed World"

A Moscow taxi driver lost control of his car and drove his vehicle onto a crowded sidewalk on Saturday afternoon. At least seven people were injured, including two Mexican nationals, who had come to Russia for the World Cup. The traffic accident occurred on Ilyinka street located close to Red Square on Saturday, when the driver suddenly accelerated, hit the pedestrians on the sidewalk and crashed into a road sign. "According to preliminary data, the crash occurred when the driver lost control of the car," the police said in a statement. A criminal investigation into the incident was launched, the police added later. Footage from the scene shows the driver fleeing angry pedestrians immediately after the incident. It remained unclear, whether people managed to snatch him or if police got him first.

Saturday, 16 June

23:53

"A Hard Rain's a-Gonna Fall" "IndyWatch Feed World"

"A Hard Rain's a-Gonna Fall"
by Adam Taggart via PeakProsperity.com

"Aprs moi, le dluge."
~ King Louis XV of France

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23:43

Cornell considering 'enhanced' punishments for 'bias' incidents "IndyWatch Feed World"

Cornell considering 'enhanced' punishments for 'bias' incidents. | 14 June 2018 | Cornell University is considering "enhanced" punishments for misconduct that is "motivated by bias" along with dozens of other proposals for making the campus more "diverse" and "inclusive." As Campus Reform reported in October, Cornell created the Presidential Task Force on Campus Climate in response to student demands sparked by a flurry of racially-charged incidents, including one in which a student caused a stir by chanting "build a wall." ...The report from the second subcommittee, which examined "regulation of speech and harassment," recommended that the university "revise the campus Code of Conduct to make it applicable to student conduct only," arguing that faculty and staff misconduct should be addressed through "personnel and other policies."

23:39

Eon McLeary and Manuel Ruiz on Documentary The Work and Mental Health in Prison (Audio and Transcript) "IndyWatch Feed World"

In this weeks episode of Scheer Intelligence, host and Truthdig Editor in Chief Robert Scheer discusses the new documentary The Work with producer Eon McLeary and with Manuel Manny Ruiz, one of the subjects. The documentary follows members of a group therapy program at Folsom State Prison created by the Inside Circle Foundation, which brings together inmates and non-inmates to work through mental health issues. Its a rare view into the reality of life for the 2.3 million Americans currently behind bars.

Ruiz describes how the program helped all the participants learn to understand and express their feelings, to not fear being vulnerable. The last thing I would ever show anybody is what I considered being vulnerable or weak, he tells Scheer, or what anybody else would say: That guys, you know, kind of soft or weak, or thats easy prey.

McLeary discusses why he wanted to make this documentary, the impact of the program, how its helped inmates avoid conflict when theyre released, and his personal connection to the program.

Listen to the interview in the player above and read the transcript below. Find past episodes of Scheer Intelligence here.

Robert Scheer: Hi, this is Robert Scheer with another edition of Scheer Intelligence, a pretentious title, but the intelligence comes from my guests, not from me. And we have to, like to have a wide-range of guests with different life experience. And what I like about the guests today, theyre involved with a film called The Work, which does not convey, really, the excitement of the film. But its a chance to see inside this huge population of 2.3 million people in one kind of incarceration or another in the United States. And for most people, theyre kind of a throwaway population; out of sight, out of mind; the assumption that theyre criminals, that theyre not, cannot be rehabilitated.

And what this movie does is it visits a program that I think has been in existence for 17 years, which comes from the opposite way: it says, you know, these are important human beings; they have souls, they have feelings, they have experience; and they can be rehabilitated. And its a program thats been s...

23:23

Man Extradited To US Over Silk Road Allegations After 2.5 Year Wait In Thai Jail "IndyWatch Feed World"

Canadian citizen Roger Clark has been extradited to the US1 over allegations he allegedly mentored Dread Pirate Roberts, operator of the late Silk Road darknet market (archived). The FBI and their criminal co-conspirators allege Clark under the alias 'Variety Jones' gave advice to a young man on the internet.


  1. A location which is neither Canada nor Thailand  

23:17

Nifty North America Things To Know Before You Go "IndyWatch Feed World"

Source Heading out on an adventure to North America can be hugely exciting and have you thinking up amazing new things to try or... The post Nifty North America Things To Know Before You Go appeared first on itsgettinghotinhere.org.

23:08

Big London Grenfell commemoration "IndyWatch Feed World"

London Grenfell Tower disaster commemoration

From daily News Line in Britain:

Saturday, 16 June 2018 15,000-strong Grenfell anniversary march

15,000 workers and youth took part in an emotional silent march through west London on Thursday evening to mark the first anniversary of the Grenfell Tower inferno that claimed 72 lives and injured many others.

The march was headed by young people with the banner Grenfell Youth Know the Truth! Justice is Coming and there were large numbers of youth on the march. As well as Justice4Grenfell and Grenfell United banners, there were ones from Barnet Unison, Camden Unison and University College Hospital Unison, and Barnet Teachers Association.

There was an Islington Labour Party banner and Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn and shadow home secretary Dianne Abbot joined the march. Wearing green sashes, they signed the Memorial Wall with the phrase, We are all together. London Mayor Sadiq Khan also joined the march.

One dramatic banner with an image of the flaming tower read Real Criminals wear suits 14-6-2017.

As well as placards demanding Justice for Grenfell, there were home-made placards shaped as hearts and one with the slogan Theresa May free bungee jump, no strings attached.

The silent march passed a firefighters guard of honour at Ladbroke Grove and many stopped to shake hands with firefighters lining the road, and giving them big hugs.

News Line spoke to several of the participants as they gathered by the memorial wall before the march. Unison member Rodney Johnson, a support worker from Greenford, said: I came to pay my respects to the dead and honour those who...

23:08

CIA Uploads Millions of Classified Files To Website, Including Information On UFO & Psychic Powers "IndyWatch Feed World"

The STAR GATE remote viewing programme aimed to explore whether humans could be taught to be psychic The CIA is putting its secret history online, uploading millions of newly declassified documents. The documents include previously unseen information about the agencys hunt for UFOs and its work on the Star Gate project, which tried to teach []

23:07

7 Ways to Tell If You Have Truly Met Your Soulmate "IndyWatch Feed World"

Sure, we all want to meet our soulmates right? But what if we are confusing it for something it isnt?

When you meet your soulmate, the connection is not like anything else, or so we are told. How do you know that you have really met your soulmate? What if you dont feel it? Sure, there are lots of questions to be asked, we all know this but if you really want to know you will find the things below in this person.

7 Ways to Tell If You Have Really Met Your Soulmate or Not:

1. There is an energy drawing the two of you together.

You are both instantly drawn to one another. This is a kind of connection that cannot be explained but is much deeper than youve ever felt before. Its like there is a point between the two of you pushing you both closer and closer towards one another.

2. Even when you part ways you still seem to come together.

Even when you both go your separate ways, you still run into each other. You are still always coming across each other in the most unexpected places. This is the Universe sending you hints.

3. You think of this person often.

No matter how hard you try, this person always comes to mind and no matter what you have done to one another there is an overwhelming sense of positivity in those thoughts. Even years later this person might still cross your mind, yes, sometimes soulmates dont end up together. Life works in mysterious ways.

4. This person makes you feel more complete.

You feel more complete when you are with this person. Dont get me wrong, you are already whole but this is the best means of describing the feeling you have when youre with him or her. Its like they are a part of you.

5. You have an instant emotional connection.

You both instantly feel something for each other. There is an emotional connection. This is not something you will feel with anyone else.

6. Your connection is not one-sided.

You both feel the same way. You do not feel more for this person than he or she feels for you. If the connection is one sided it is not a true connection.

7. This person pushes you to be a better person.

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23:05

"How It Really Is" "IndyWatch Feed World"

And he was right, too... ask the IG.

22:58

Despite Cancer, McCain Maintains His Maverick Ways "IndyWatch Feed World"

PHOENIX Sen. John McCains legacy was thrust into focus nearly one year ago when he announced his brain cancer diagnosis. The six-term Senator and decorated Vietnam War veteran is now fighting the illness from his beloved Arizona, and filling the role of one of the few Congressional Republican voices to publicly rebuke Trump administration decisions.

Yet the question of what happens if McCain steps down from office before 2022 is a lingering one, casting an uncomfortable haze around the future of a seat that cant quite ever be filled.

John McCain is a one-of-a-kind politician, and theres no replacing him, said Stan Barnes, an Arizona Republican consultant. No one serving in political office today remembers a time when John McCain was not representing us in Washington.

Some Arizona Republicans have criticized conversations about the future of McCains seat as inappropriate. But reflections around the 81-year-old statesmans life, legacy and status as a national political figure have resurfaced via a new HBO documentary, John McCain: For Whom the Bell Tolls, and his new memoir, The Restless Wave.

The McCains have a family retreat south of Sedona, Arizona, along tree-lined Oak Creek. Daughter Meghan McCain was married there.

She said on KTARs Mac and Gaydos radio show Tuesday that shes been trying to visit her father every other weekend. She said hes strong, walking, talking and hanging in there.

Everybodys just dealing with it the best they can, Meghan McCain said.

Following a decorated military career that included spending more than five years in prison camps, McCain entered the political arena in the early 1980s. He went from the House of Representatives to being elected to the Senate in 1986, following Barry Goldwater who retired. McCain gained a reputation as a lawmaker who was willing to stick to his convictions rather than go along with party leaders. It is a streak that draws a mix of respect and ire.

Matt Salmon, a former Arizona congressman, said McCain was instrumental in his own political career along with countless other Arizona Republicans. Much like Goldwater, McCains been the godfather of Arizona politics for decades.

Salmon said McCain exemplifies how to stand up for ones convictions and constituents regardless of the wants of party leadership. During the late 1990s, Salmon drove a successful effort to remove Newt Gingrich as Speaker.

I dont know that I wouldve had the courage to go do something like that without a maverick like John McCain paving the way, he said.

When Salmon was elected to Congress, McCain, as a mentor, was supportive, loyal and quick to share his dry sense of humor.

He said to me, Congratulations Matt,...

22:56

Migrant controversy has Merkel's govt falling apart "IndyWatch Feed World"

Angela Merkel's conservative alliance may splinter in a row over immigration, an ally of the German chancellor said on Friday, as the third party in her fragile government suggested its patience was wearing thin. The dispute between Merkel's Christian Democrats (CDU) and their Bavarian Christian Social Union (CSU) sister party threatens the future of her coalition three months after it took office, just as European divisions over migrants are causing rifts between EU partners. "I believe (Merkel) will try to the very end to find unity in the matter," said CDU home affairs spokesman Mathias Middelberg. Asked if the alliance with the CSU could shatter, he told Deutschlandfunk radio: "That can't be fully ruled out." Middelberg said the vast majority of CDU politicians backed Merkel in wanting to find a European solution to the migration issue in the two weeks ahead of a June 28-29 EU summit. But the CSU does not want to wait and is urging Germany to take unilateral action. Bavaria was on the frontline of a migration crisis in 2015, when an "open door" policy adopted by Merkel led to around a million refugees flooding into Germany. Many conservatives held that policy responsible for a surge in support for the far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD), the main opposition party since national elections in September.

22:52

Watch Ludovico Technique Dead Inside (with Lyrics) on YouTube "IndyWatch Feed World"

Incredibly manic sound, pacy stuff, I really like discovering this, Florida band

Its so hysterically manic, I could imagine one of their concerts being very anti- establishment

Full of headbangers

22:50

Israeli analyst tells Sputnik: US intel agencies are waging war on Trump for going against the establishment "IndyWatch Feed World"

US President Donald Trump's standoff with the intelligence community leadership formed under the previous Obama, Bush and Clinton administrations continues, Israeli analyst Avigdor Eskin told Sputnik, stressing that Trump is the first president to have risen up against the US establishment. Ex-CIA and ex-NSA chief Michael Vincent Hayden has written nothing short of a manifesto, calling upon his former colleagues, including John Brennan, James Clapper, Jim Comey and Robert Mueller, to oppose US President Donald Trump, says Israeli political analyst Avigdor Eskin, commenting on Hayden's book "The Assault on Intelligence: American National Security in an Age of Lies." In his opus the retired Air Force general and former intelligence chief has raised the alarm over Donald Trump's new approach and new foreign strategy, which differ a lot from those of his predecessors. "We in the intelligence world have dealt with obstinate and argumentative presidents through the years," Hayden wrote in his op-ed for The New York Times. "But we have never served a president for whom ground truth really doesn't matter." Comment: In other words, they've never dealt with a president who called them on their BS. Furthermore, Hayden hinted that the US president is up in arms about the American intelligence community: "[Trump] humiliated the attorney general, undercut his national security adviser and engaged in personal vendettas against senior FBI officials." Comment: Trump has a right to self-defense... Likewise, the former intelligence chief is discontent with Trump's attitude towards Special Counsel Robert Mueller's probe. Speaking at ABC's "This Week" in late May, Hayden said that the US president "is simply trying to delegitimatize the Mueller investigation, the FBI, the Department of Justice" presuming that Trump "is willing to throw almost anything against the wall."

22:46

UN Report determines that US is a "shithole country" "IndyWatch Feed World"

Instead of corporate media basically ignoring the UN report, there should be screaming headlines. Philip Alston is the UN special rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights. He traveled to the United States last December to some of our most destitute communities such as Skid Row in LA, poor African American areas in the Alabama, impoverished coal communities in West Virginia and to Puerto Rico. He issued his report on June 1, 2018. It should be front page news.

22:45

This Apple Cider Vinegar And Cayenne Pepper Remedy Can Cure Your Knee, Bone and Other Joint Pain "IndyWatch Feed World"

While we do not often realize it, there is a natural alternative for just about everything. Many different cultures and generations used things like cayenne pepper and so forth to heal their bodies long before actual medical treatment was available.

Dont get me wrong some of the things you find online are completely bogus, you have to really look into what you might be doing to ensure it is right for you. If you are suffering from joint pain or something of the sort this remedy might be able to help you big time. That being if you are willing to give it a shot.

This remedy calls for very few ingredients and works wonders. One of those ingredients is red cayenne pepper. This is beneficial because it is an anti-inflammatory herb and does not irritate the stomach. These peppers are full of capsaicin. It is listed as a food with cancer-fighting properties as well according to the Cancer Treatment Centers of America.

It fights off inflammation and can be used to treat painful sensory nerve disorders like Arthritis and psoriasis. Some even seem to think it can aid in weight loss and Dr. Mercola even claims it can help stop the spread of prostate cancer altogether.

Another ingredient in this remedy is Apple Cider Vinegar or ACV. ACV can help with diabetes, weight loss, sore throat, skin irritations and so much more. Adding it to this recipe was a no-brainer for sure. The power of these things combined will really help work wonders on your joint pain. While I also suggest ingesting some cayenne and ACV along with doing as follows you will see results if you give it some time.

ACV and Cayenne Pepper Remedy:

Ingredients:

4 Tablespoons of Cayenne Pepper Powder

2 Cups of ACV

1 Inch of Grated Ginger

1 Cup of Olive Oil

(You can also add more olive oil or a little more cayenne if you see fit for consistency.)

Directions:

Mix all of these things together as best you can. I would begin with the ACV, olive oil, and cayenne adding in the ginger last. Once you have mixed this properly it will be basically a paste.

Apply this paste to the affected area two or three times a day for 30 minutes. Rinse it with warm water after and pat it dry. You can store what is left in the fridge but be sure to stir before each use.

Yes, it is as simple as that. Will you be giving this remedy a try? Have you ever heard of this one before?

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22:44

After IG report, Trump says he beat Clinton and Bush dynasties, now he's beating 'dishonest intelligence' agencies "IndyWatch Feed World"

President Donald Trump said Friday he was in the process of fighting a war with agencies like the FBI, citing their "very dishonest" behavior in their investigations. "I'm actually proud because I beat the Clinton dynasty. I beat Bush dynasty, and now I guess hopefully I'm in the process of beating very dishonest intelligence," Trump said. He said the FBI betrayed both Republicans and Democrats in the 2016 presidential election. "[W]hat they did was incredible and a real insult to millions of people that voted in that election on both sides," Trump said. The president repeatedly attacked Comey, calling him "the ringleader of this whole den of thieves" at the FBI and said his actions were likely "criminal." He also mocked Comey for using a private email address to conduct business on the investigation of Hillary Clinton's use of private email to conduct business. "He had a private e-mail," Trump marveled. "That was of all the things, that wasn't to me maybe the most interesting. But it was probably the funniest." He said that the Inspector General report released Thursday was "pretty good" but "blew it at the very end" by saying that the investigations were not tainted by bias.

22:21

Ben Swann: Essential things to know from the OIG/FBI report on Clinton email investigation (VIDEO) "IndyWatch Feed World"

Only the tip of the Deep State iceberg - doesn't even touch the depth of the corruption here.

22:16

How Each Zodiac Sign Breaks Other Peoples Hearts "IndyWatch Feed World"

We all react to heartbreak differently, that much is quite apparent, but did you know we all break hearts differently as well? While no two heartbreaks are the exact same it seems each zodiac sign has their own pattern.

Below I am going to go over how each zodiac sign tends to break the hearts of others. Sometimes these things will be on purpose and other times the person might not even be aware that he or she is doing these things. It is important to understand how we work and what influence the stars have over that. Through understanding, you can overcome.

Aries

The Aries gets bored easily so when it comes to breaking hearts he or she usually just let people too close too fast only to want to move on later. They dont do this to hurt others but it does hurt others. People just dont react to things the same ways that they do and it can cause a lot of heartache for the person who is being moved on from.

Taurus

The Taurus breaks hearts in ways most people are not used to. They lash out and hurt the people they care about far more often than they should. Because they struggle with opening up once they do the floodgates really erupt. The Taurus overly emotional response to things is not something everyone can handle and to a lot of people, it can be heartbreaking.

Gemini

The Gemini is a bit too inconsistent for some people. He or she has a lot of conflicting traits that can cause some people to wonder what their true intentions and emotions really are. This kind of thing really hurts a relationship, if the person you love doesnt know that you love them they are going to end up having their heart broken time and time again whether you realize that is what is happening or not.

Cancer

The Cancer is a sign that lets those close know far more than they should. Oversharing things about your relationship with friends and family digs a hole for your significant other. Things that he or she wants to remain private with shouldnt come up or be shared. This kind of thing makes them feel betrayed and in the end, will break their heart.

Leo

The Leo is too cocky for his or her own good. This makes all of those who care for him or her feel inferior. We can only put up with feeling not good enough for so long, eventually, it starts causing us to burst at the seams. This will break someones heart if you are not careful.

Virgo

The Virgo breaks hearts by not allowing his or herself to get emotionally invested. The Virgo likes to not commit as often as possible. Because of this people get their hopes up only to be let down.

Libra

The Libra is a bit too playful for his or her own good. You like to pl...

22:16

Liberty Links 6/16/18 Your Phone Is Listening and Its Not Paranoia "IndyWatch Feed World"

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Top Links

Your Phone Is Listening and It's Not Paranoia (How many people are aware of this reality? Vice)

Top Agent Said F.B.I. Would Stop Trump From Becoming President (The New York Times)

South Koreans Are Still Hopeful After the Trump-Kim Summit (Who cares what South Koreans think, what does Rachel Maddow think? The New Yorker)

The Mueller Indictments Still Dont Add Up to Collusion (Must read, The Nation)

Some Bankruptcy Judges Finding Ways to Give Desperate Student Borrowers Relief (Naked Capitalism)

SEC Announces Cryptocurrency Ether Is Not a Security (Yahoo Finance)

The Legendary, Fraud-Sniffing Short Seller - Marc Cohodes (Phenomenal interview, The JollySwagmen)

Cody Wilson Philosophy - Part I (Interesting discussion from 2012, YouTube)

U.S. Politics/News

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22:10

Sylvester Stallone Framed For Supporting Trump "IndyWatch Feed World"

Sylvester Stallone claims the recent sexual assault claims made against him are designed to destroy his reputation following his support for President Trump.  In what appears to be a well coordinated attack by the Democrats, Sylvester [...]

The post Sylvester Stallone Framed For Supporting Trump appeared first on Your News Wire.

22:07

Necessity to Expose Israels Self-indictments in Gaza Protests "IndyWatch Feed World"

In May 2018 Gaza demonstrations, by its arrogant and aggressive stance toward legitimate demands of a people it has oppressed for decades, Israel indicted itself several times, validated Palestinian actions, and exposed its tyrannical manner. Translating Israels self-indictments to actions by the world community is an obligatory challenge for those who comprehend Israels oppressive policies.

One self-indictment

Israels effort to divert attention from its oppression by posing the protests as Hamas instigated and orchestrated. Kudos to an authority that coalesces a subjugated people and enables vocalization of legitimate demands to their oppressor. The Israeli government showed that Hamas is a well-organized authority, which has support of the Palestinian people, and by not engaging with this recognized authority, Israel deliberately closes all avenues to a peaceful resolution of the crises it has caused.

Regardless of who organized the demonstrations, the Gazans had legitimate demands to which any democratic government would respond with we hear your words, and will make amends. Israel replied with bullets, killing and wounding harmless demonstrators, causing more grief, and instilling more fear. Dubiously claiming that most of the casualties were Hamas militants is another self-indictment. Does Israel have the right to maim anyone it does not like?

History explains the demands of the Gazan Palestinians

Coastal territory awarded to the Palestinians in the United Nations Partition Plan extended to Ashdod, 38 kilometers above Gaza. Contrary to Israels claim of being attacked in the 1948 war, the Egyptian army tried to protect the Palestinian state and refrained from entering into territory awarded to the Jewish state. Egypts army stopped at Ashdod, crossed the Negev, proceeded to defend Beer Sheeva, which had also been awarded to a Palestinian state, and continued through Palestinian territory to safeguard Hebron. The Egyptian army did not try to occupy territory awarded to Ben Gurions government. Regard Al-Majdal, one of many towns in Palestinian territory, captured by Israel.

In August 1950, Israel expelled and trucked Al-Majdals 1000-2000 inhabitants to Gaza. According to Eyal Kafkafi (1998): Segregation or integration of the Israeli Arabs two concepts in MapaiInternational Journal of Middle East Studies 30: 347-367, David Ben-Gurion and Moshe Dayan promoted the expulsion, while Pinhas Lavon, secretary-general of the Histadrut, wished to turn the town into a productive example of equal opportunity for the Arabs. The Egyptian-Israel Mixed Armistice Commission ruling that the Arabs transferred from Al-Majdal should be returned to Israel was never fulfilled. Why?

The nightmares for the residents f...

22:05

Secret ET Global Takedown or Another Internecine Illuminati War? "IndyWatch Feed World"

Secret ET Global Takedown or just another Internecine Illuminati War?

The current massive rise in populism in America is obviously an emergent byproduct of the worldwide Internet, the New Gutenberg Press and this new populism is now deeply challenging the power and control of the Ruling Cabal. But is it just another internecine war between individual Illuminati sub-groups fighting for supremacy over the rest? Or is it actually a serious challenge to displace the Illuminati itself, a secret Cosmic Space War against the Illuminati and all its sub-groups?

By Preston James, Ph.D
June 12, 2018




by Preston James

When I was briefed on Secret Space War matters over 20 years ago by a highly connected Intel man, it was not significant to what I was involved in at the time and I was unable to see much relevance to fully integrate it. To me it was irrelevant and just another set of defense contractor rip-offs of taxpayers and the use of Black funds obtained from illegal drug trafficking and weapon sales to dictators.

At that time the Secret Space War Fleet was just being assembled to run out of the four corners area of the USA from several Beyond-Black well camouflaged secret Military bases, all linked to Deep Underground Military Bases by high speed trains in an underground tunnel networking system connecting them.

Now many years later the Secret Space War Program runs in full functional mode with capabilities far beyond normal everyday societal expectations or awareness, perhaps best described in the fantasy content of Hollywood movies about Alien ETs, US Star Fleets, and secret space wars.

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22:04

The 5 Wisest Zodiac Signs Of All They Can Never Be Deceived! "IndyWatch Feed World"

There is no denying that some zodiac signs are a bit wiser than others. While many of them are quirky and confusing some are old souls moving about in this world with lots of knowledge to share.

The zodiac consists of 12 signs, we are going to go over 5 of those signs today. These 5 signs are the ones that you dont hear as much about. They are wise, strong, and powerful but often stick to themselves. Each and every zodiac sign has a number of strengths and a number of weaknesses. All of these have their wise minds in common. Do you think your sign will be one of them?

Taurus

The Taurus is cautious, practical, and purposeful. They think through just about everything they do within reason. While it might not sound like much their wisdom is something that could change the world. When it comes to making the important decisions in life the Taurus does not tread lightly.

Virgo

While you might not think much of the Virgo he or she is often much wiser than expected. The Virgo is very balanced and fair when assessing things and quite methodical and efficient in general. This sign thinks before acting rather than the opposite.

Libra

While the Libra is a bit too indecisive for his or her own good it is made up for in other ways. People in this sign are gentle, rational and able to socialize just fine. They are deeply connected with the world around them and because of that their wisdom knows no bounds.

Aquarius

Personally, I think this is the wisest sign of them all. The Aquarius is intellectual, independent, and rational. This sign does not let his or her emotions get the best of them and makes decisions based on their value. Most people just dont know how to act in this manner.

Pisces

While the Pisces does go with the flow, for the most part, he or she is also very compassionate and intuitive. They have a much more developed thinking process than most other people and they really like to use it. They are constantly working to develop themselves further and that in itself is quite wise.

21:59

IG Report: Comeys FBI Called Trump Supporters Retards "IndyWatch Feed World"

Senior FBI agents reporting to James Comey called Trump supporters retards and referred to Hillary Clinton as President, according to Thursdays DOJ Inspector General report. According to declassified text messages, one agent referred to Hillary [...]

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21:57

Red-breasted goose in Sweden "IndyWatch Feed World"

This video is about a red-breasted goose in Sweden.

21:55

Regenerative Agriculture: This Farm Is Medicine "IndyWatch Feed World"

Meet Murray Provine. He used to be a steak-and-potatoes type of guy living a no-exercise, traveling-executive lifestyle. All that changed after Provine was diagnosed with prostate cancer. Luckily, radiation destroyed Provine's tumor. He got a second chance. That's when Provine decided it was time for him to eat right and take control of his own health. He knew his body was full of toxins. It needed to heal itself. One way to do that, he decided, was to start growing his own food. Under the tutelage of rancher and consultant Allen Williams, Provine converted his 110-acre horse property in Clarksville, Georgia, into an Adaptive Multi-Paddock grazing farm.

21:54

Israel's secret history of assassinations "IndyWatch Feed World"

Israeli television recently aired a video of two Israeli soldiers filming themselves in the act of shooting a Palestinian protester at the Gaza boundary while cheering. Filming one's own crimes against humanity - shooting Palestinians for sport - suggests a sense of security in never being held accountable. Even more evidence of this impunity is apparent in Rise and Kill First: The Secret History of Israel's Targeted Assassinations by veteran Israeli journalist Ronen Bergman, staff writer for The New York Times Magazine. Prosecutors at the International Criminal Court might want to consider this book Exhibit A if Israeli government and military officials are ever indicted for war crimes. It contains open admissions of guilt in plotting and executing extralegal assassinations in violation of international law. "Since World War II, Israel has assassinated more people than any other country in the Western world," Bergman writes. In many cases, these so-called targeted killings over the last two decades also involved the deaths of nearly a thousand bystanders, according to Bergman's calculations - those numbers, however, fail to include the tens of thousands killed in overt acts of war and collective punishment that mostly go unmentioned in this book.

21:54

Pope Francis: Church Has Moral Duty To Protect Pedophiles Who Confess "IndyWatch Feed World"

Pope Francis has ordered Catholic priests not to break the seal of confession when dealing with child rapists and pedophiles.   Priests should go to jail than abide by a new law introduced in Australia designed [...]

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21:53

Sudden optimism "IndyWatch Feed World"

Off the top of my head I have a hard time thinking of anything sleazier than smearing peace talks in order to gain partisan political points, but that has indeed been the theme of the last few days when it comes to the Singapore summit. Liberal pundits everywhere have been busily circulating the narrative that Kim Jong-Un "played" Trump by getting him to temporarily halt military drills in exchange for suspended nuclear testing. It was the most fundamental beginning of peace negotiations and a slight deescalation in tensions on the Korean Peninsula, but the way they talk about it you'd think Kim had taken off from Singapore in Air Force One with the keys to Fort Knox and Melania on his lap. I'm not sure how far up the military-industrial complex's ass one's head needs to be to think that one single step toward peace is a gigantic take-all-the-chips win for the impoverished North Korea, but many of Trump's political enemies are taking it even further. Senate Democrats have introduced a bill to make it more difficult for Trump to withdraw US troops from South Korea, because while you can always count on Capitol Hill to make it incredibly easy for a president to deploy military personnel around the globe, giving that same office the power to bring troops home is a completely different matter.

Caitlin Johnstone: 'Trump's peace move with North Korea makes me optimistic' "IndyWatch Feed World"

Off the top of my head I have a hard time thinking of anything sleazier than smearing peace talks in order to gain partisan political points, but that has indeed been the theme of the last few days when it comes to the Singapore summit. Liberal pundits everywhere have been busily circulating the narrative that Kim Jong-Un "played" Trump by getting him to temporarily halt military drills in exchange for suspended nuclear testing. It was the most fundamental beginning of peace negotiations and a slight deescalation in tensions on the Korean Peninsula, but the way they talk about it you'd think Kim had taken off from Singapore in Air Force One with the keys to Fort Knox and Melania on his lap. I'm not sure how far up the military-industrial complex's ass one's head needs to be to think that one single step toward peace is a gigantic take-all-the-chips win for the impoverished North Korea, but many of Trump's political enemies are taking it even further. Senate Democrats have introduced a bill to make it more difficult for Trump to withdraw US troops from South Korea, because while you can always count on Capitol Hill to make it incredibly easy for a president to deploy military personnel around the globe, giving that same office the power to bring troops home is a completely different matter.

21:52

Understanding Jewish Power and who helped create a war-addicted America "IndyWatch Feed World"

I recently was asked to speak at an online conference entitled Deep Truth: Encountering Deep State Lies. My panel addressed Understanding Zionism: Deconstructing the Power Paradigm and my own topic was How Jewish Power Sustains the Israel Narrative. Working on my presentation, I was forced to confront the evolution of my own views on both the corruption of government in the United States and the ability of powerful domestic lobbies to deliberately distort the perception of national interests to benefit foreign countries even when that activity does terrible damage to the U.S. My personal journey began half a century ago. I became part of the U.S. national security state after being drafted for the Vietnam War when I graduated from college in 1968. I was at the time, vaguely pro-war, having bought into the media argument that international communism was mounting a major threat in southeast Asia. I also found the anti-war student movement distasteful because I was acquainted with many of its spokesmen and knew that they were chiefly motivated by a desire to avoid the draft, not due to any perception that the war itself was wrong or misguided. I knew a lot about the Punic Wars but precious little about former French Indochina and I suspect that those chanting "Ho-ho-Ho Chi Minh" might have known even less that I did.

21:51

NY AG sues Trump Foundation for 'persistent illegal conduct' "IndyWatch Feed World"

New York Attorney General Barbara Underwood sued President Trump and his three eldest children on Thursday as directors of the Donald J. Trump Foundation, seeking to dissolve the not-for-profit organization for "persistent illegal conduct," according to court documents. The petition alleges that the foundation engaged in "extensive unlawful political coordination with the Trump presidential campaign, repeated and willful self-dealing transactions to benefit Mr. Trump's personal and business interests, and violations of basic legal obligations for non-profit foundations," per a statement released by the Office of the Attorney General.

21:51

Watchdog rips Comey, but bias didn't taint Clinton probe "IndyWatch Feed World"

A long-awaited report by the Justice Department's watchdog Thursday found no indication that political bias affected decisions in the FBI's 2016 investigation into Hillary Clinton's email server, but the review criticized agents and ex-FBI Director James Comey for violating bureau norms during the probe. The department's inspector general turned up fresh evidence of FBI officials exchanging messages critical of President Donald Trump and of leaking to the media, and the report faulted the FBI for several weeks of inaction following the September 2016 discovery of emails relevant to its investigation on a laptop belonging to former Democratic Rep. Anthony Weiner, who was married to a top Clinton aide. Comey was singled out for withering criticism by Inspector General Michael Horowitz, including accusations of insubordination against top Justice Department officials and of making "a serious error of judgment" in notifying Congress shortly before the 2016 election that the FBI was re-opening its Clinton email probe. Comey later reiterated his recommendation that she not face charges, but Clinton has said the letter nonetheless helped cause her loss.

21:49

17 or more dead as blast hits Taliban-Afghan forces meeting during landmark ceasefire "IndyWatch Feed World"

At least 17 people were killed as an explosion rocked a meeting of Taliban and Afghan security forces, gathering during an unprecedented ceasefire for the Eid holiday, in the eastern province of Nangarhar, a local official said. Casualties include Taliban, Afghan security forces, and civilians, Attaullah Khogyani, spokesman for the provincial governor of Nangarhar, said. The timing of the bombing appears to be significant. On Saturday, Taliban members entered the Afghan capital, Kabul urging people to come forward and take selfies with them. The unusual move reportedly occurred elsewhere in the country, as photos and videos on social media showed Taliban fighters giving hugs to locals and Afghan forces across several provinces.

21:46

Walmart FEMA Camp Conspiracy Is Now Fact ABC News "IndyWatch Feed World"

Remember that conspiracy theory about Walmart stores being converted into FEMA concentration camps? According to ABC News, it turns out it was true.   A group of investigators managed to sneak inside a former Walmart and [...]

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21:41

Israel: Limit to helium gas supplied to Gaza Strip despite being vital to hospitals "IndyWatch Feed World"

Israel has limited the entry of helium gas to the Gaza Strip, citing Palestinian "terrorist elements" and claiming they use it for Molotov cocktails. However, delivery of the gas is necessary for medical purposes. In a Tuesday announcement, Israel's Coordinator of Government Activities in the Territories (COGAT), Maj-Gen. Kamil Abu Kokun, said that if the use of helium gas for attacks does not cease, the entire supply of helium will stop and "the responsibility would fall on the Hamas terrorist group's regime." "The Hamas terror organization does not hesitate to take extreme measures, including exploiting humanitarian means to carry out terrorist acts, despite Israel's efforts to prevent a civil deterioration in the Gaza Strip and the provision of humanitarian needs," the coordinator said in his statement, as quoted by The Times of Israel. However, a complete halt of helium gas to the Gaza Strip could be detrimental, as the gas is vital for medical purposes including magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) machines which use it for cooling.

21:41

IG Report: Obama Committed Perjury In Hillary Investigation "IndyWatch Feed World"

Thursdays DOJ Inspector General report has accused Barack Obama of committing perjury during the Hillary Clinton email investigation.  According to the report, Obama knowingly lied when he said in 2015 that he learned of Hillary [...]

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21:39

Founder of Theranos, 'revolutionary' blood-test startup, charged with fraud "IndyWatch Feed World"

Elizabeth Holmes, founder and CEO of the blood-testing health technology company Theranos, and her business partner, have been indicted on charges of wire fraud and of defrauding investors, patients and doctors. Holmes and former Theranos COO Ramesh "Sunny" Balwani were charged with two counts of conspiracy to commit wire fraud and nine counts of wire fraud, said the Acting United States Attorney Alex G. Tse in San Francisco, California. The indictment was unsealed Friday, hours after Holmes resigned as CEO of the Palo Alto-based company. Balwani, who served as one of the company's directors, president and chief operating officer, left Theranos in 2016. According to the indictment, Holmes and Balwani "not only defrauded investors, but also consumers who trusted and relied upon their allegedly-revolutionary blood-testing technology." The government claims the two had known that many claims about Theranos' revolutionary blood analysis technology were false.

21:38

Study: Ice Caps Are Not Melting, Despite Global Warming "IndyWatch Feed World"

A new study on the Earths largest ice sheet has found that so-called global warming has not caused the ice caps to melt. The study, published in the journal Nature, completely debunks earlier studies that [...]

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21:38

Did the FDA just fast-track approve the HPV vaccine for adults? "IndyWatch Feed World"

As Merck's HPV vaccine receives FDA approval for use in women and men ages 27 to 45, a new study adds to the growing concern that the vaccine has significant safety issues that are being ignored and/or actively suppressed. Merck has recently announced that the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has accepted their vaccine application seeking approval for an expanded age indication for GARDASIL 9 for use in women and men ages 27 to 45. The FDA has granted Priority Review to Merck's application and has set a target action date of October 6, 2018. A Priority Review designation means the FDA is fast-tracking the process by directing extra attention and resources to the application as opposed to a Standard Review process.

21:34

Senators Call On Pentagon To Fully Disclose Its Role In Saudi-Led War In Yemen "IndyWatch Feed World"

Three US senators have demanded that the Pentagon immediately reveals the full extent of US military support to the Saudi-led coalition that just launched an attack on Yemens key port city of Hudaydah, which has [...]

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21:28

Trump: After Destroying Bush & Clinton, Im Going After The Deep State "IndyWatch Feed World"

President Trump has vowed to completely destroy the Deep State who are actively plotting to bring him down. During an appearance on Fox News on Friday, Trump said hes proud that he took down the [...]

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21:21

Can Spains Socialists Avoid Their Past Pitfalls? "IndyWatch Feed World"

(FPIF) As a new, Socialist-led government takes over in Spain, freshly minted Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez faces at least two daunting tasks: 1) cleaning up the wreckage wrought by years of European Union-enforced austerity, and 2) resolving the Catalan crisis exacerbated by Madrids violent reaction to last falls independence referendum. Unfortunately, his partys track record is not exactly sterling on either issue.

Sanchez, leader of the Socialist Workers Party (PSOE), patched together parties in Catalonia and the Basque region, plus the leftist Podemos Party, to oust long-time Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy of the right-wing Peoples Party (PP). But is the telegenic former economics professor up to the job, and will his party challenge the economic program of the EUs powerful troika the International Monetary Fund, the European Central Bank, and the European Commission?

The answers to those questions are hardly clear, and in many ways the cross currents and rip tides of Spanish politics still resemble Gerald Brenans classic study of the Civil War, The Spanish Labyrinth.

Too Centrist for Comfort

While the issue that brought Rajoy down was corruption a massive kickback scheme that enriched scores of high-ranking PP members his party was already weakened by the 2015 election, and he has been forced to rely on the conservative Ciudadanos Party based in Catalonia to stay in power. In short, it was only a matter of time before he fell.

Sanchez promises to address the pressing social needs of Spaniards, although he has been vague about what that actually means. But Spain is hurting. While economic growth returned in 2013, unemployment is still at 16.1 percent, and youth joblessness is 35 percent. Rajoy took credit for the economys rebound from the massive financial meltdown in 2008, but theres little evidence that budget cuts and austerity did the trick. The two main engines for growth were cheap oil and a weak currency.

The job growth has mainly been in short term and temp jobs, with lower pay and fewer benefits. Thats not specific to Spain, however. Of the 5.2 million jobs created in the EU between 2013 and 2016, some 2.1 million of them have been short term, mini jobs that have been particularly hard on young people. Many continue to live at home with their aging parents, a...

21:19

(Video) CNN to Permanently Close its Doors as Ratings Plunge 30 Percent "IndyWatch Feed World"



Published on Jun 10, 2018

CNN To Permanently Close Its Doors As Ratings Plunge 30 Percent

21:17

A serious hurdle for CRISPR technology: Two studies find edited cells might cause cancer "IndyWatch Feed World"

Editing cells' genomes with CRISPR-Cas9 might increase the risk that the altered cells, intended to treat disease, will trigger cancer, two studies published on Monday warn - a potential game-changer for the companies developing CRISPR-based therapies. In the studies, published in Nature Medicine, scientists found that cells whose genomes are successfully edited by CRISPR-Cas9 have the potential to seed tumors inside a patient. That could make some CRISPR'd cells ticking time bombs, according to researchers from Sweden's Karolinska Institute and, separately, Novartis. CRISPR has already dodged two potentially fatal bullets - a 2017 claim that it causes sky-high numbers of off-target effects was retracted in March, and a report of human immunity to Cas9 was largely shrugged off as solvable. But experts are taking the cancer-risk finding seriously.

20:56

Donald Trumps unwelcome visit to Britain "IndyWatch Feed World"

This February 2017 video from Texas in the USA says about itself:

Anti-Trump protesters gather near The Galleria on Feb. 3 to protest Trumps executive orders and immigration policies.

Video by The Signal reporter Edwin Vega.

By Chris Nineham in Britain:

Thursday, June 14, 2018

Now its serious: Why taking on Trump matters

AFTER two false alarms, this time he is coming. We shouldnt underestimate what an important political moment this is.

Donald Trump has been a disaster for the US people. He has slashed social security and Medicare, ramped up the military budget, cut taxes for the rich, hounded immigrants and re-energised the politics of white supremacy.

He is threatening abortion rights, tearing up environmental regulation and a whole spectrum of anti-discrimination policies. He is dragging the country backwards.

But Trump has had a terrible international impact too. He has pulled out of the Paris climate change agreement, the only one going.

He...

20:34

Shocking Interview: Voltage Cures Every Disease "IndyWatch Feed World"

Voltage Cures Every Disease! Shocking Interview!

Thursday, June 14, 2018 18:22

Source: Before Its News





Voltage Is The Key To Health! How To Cure Anything! from Truth Warriors on Vimeo.

I admit my headline was a little corny but you clicked on it so it must have worked! Seriously, I got some great information I just found from a brilliant doctor named Jerry Tennant! This man is a genius when it comes to curing any condition with increasing your bodys voltage and giving it the raw materials it needs to rebuild itself cell by cell. God made us and when you listen to Dr. Tennant talk about how the body works, its truly awesome. Can you imagine how some silly people believe the Illuminati lie of evolution that says we evolved from a rock and some water! Thats like believing its possible for a tornado to go through a junk yard and assemble a perfectly working space shuttle!

You must listen to this important interview that was on Coast to Coast! Get this information out everywhere by Sharing using the links at the top. Remember each SHARE you do puts another nail in the coffin of this FAKE medical system that kills millions and steals trillions!

Lets bring this fake medicine down together through networking with friends and family! Lets pledge to not give any money to the fraud charities like the Cancer Society ever again! Theyve had the cures for cancer since the 60s but they take your money...

20:32

(Video) Stewart Rhodes 6/13/18 -- The Southern Border is a National Security Issue "IndyWatch Feed World"



Published on Jun 14, 2018

Founder of Oathkeepers Stewart Rhodes joins us to talk about the situation in Tucson AZ as well as the growing problems with illegal immigration and the southern border.

20:17

French Forces On The Ground In Yemen "IndyWatch Feed World"

French special forces are reportedly present on the ground in Yemen supporting the Saudi-led military operation in the port city of Hudaydah A report in Le Figaro newspaper on Saturday cited two military sources but provided no further [...]

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20:05

Use of DNA Database to Solve Cold Cases Stirs Controversy "IndyWatch Feed World"

SALT LAKE CITYA microscopic thread of DNA evidence in a public genealogy database led California authorities to declare this spring they had caught the Golden State Killer, the rapist and murderer who had eluded authorities for decades.

Emboldened by that breakthrough, a number of private investigators are spearheading a call for amateur genealogists to help solve other cold cases by contributing their own genetic information to the same public database. They say a larger array of genetic information would widen the pool to find criminals who have eluded capture.

The idea is to get people to transfer profiles compiled by commercial genealogy sites such as Ancestry.com and 23andMe onto the smaller, public open-source database created in 2010, called GEDmatch. The commercial sites require authorities to obtain search warrants for the information; the public site does not.

But the push is running up against privacy concerns.

When these things start getting used by law enforcement, its very important that we ensure that to get all of the benefit of that technology we dont end up giving up our rights, said American Civil Liberties Union legal fellow Vera Eidelman.

She argues that when someone uploads their own DNA profile they arent just adding themselves theyre adding everyone in their family, including dead relatives and those who havent been born yet. She also said DNA mining could lead to someones predisposition to mental and health issues being revealed.

That one click between Ancestry and 23andMe and GEDmatch is actually a huge step in terms of who has access to your information, Eidelman said.

This month, DNA testing service MyHeritage announced that a security breach revealed details about over 92 million accounts. The information did not include genetic data but nonetheless reinforced anxieties.

Nevertheless, the effort is gaining steam with some genetic genealogy experts and investigators.

The shared DNA profiles could end up being the key to solving one of these cold cases and getting the family closure and getting someone really dangerous off the streets, said CeCe Moore, the head of the genetic genealogy unit at the DNA company Parabon NanoLabs.

Shes uploaded her personal genetic information to the public database and wants it to become a larger repository of information for genealogy hobbyists and investigators alike. Separately, Parabon NanoLabs has also uploaded DNA data from 100 unsolved crime scenes in hopes of finding suspects.

Genetic genealogy has traditionally been used to map family histories. Labs analyze hundreds of thousands of genetic markers in an individuals DNA, compare them with others and link up families based on similarities. The public databa...

20:02

Inside the Former Texas Walmart Where 1,400 Immigrant Children Are Held "IndyWatch Feed World"

Via: WGN: The strangeness of the largest migrant childrens center in the United States, near the border with Mexico, shows up in the details. Here, there are 1,469 boys, ages 10 to 17, housed inside the 250,000-square-foot shell of a former Walmart superstore. None of the 313 bedrooms have doors. Or ceilings, so that children []

20:02

American History for Truthdiggers: The Jeffersonian Enigma (1800-1808) "IndyWatch Feed World"

Editors note: The past is prologue. The stories we tell about ourselves and our forebears inform the sort of country we think we are and help determine public policy. As our current president promises to Make America great again, this moment is an appropriate time to reconsider our past, look back at various eras of United States history and re-evaluate Americas origins. When, exactly, were we great?

Below is the 11th installment of the American History for Truthdiggers series, a pull-no-punches appraisal of our shared, if flawed, past. The author of the series, Danny Sjursen, an active-duty major in the U.S. Army, served military tours in Iraq and Afghanistan and taught the nations checkered, often inspiring past when he was an assistant professor of history at West Point. His war experiences, his scholarship, his skill as a writer and his patriotism illuminate these Truthdig posts.

Part 11 of American History for Truthdiggers. / See: Part 1; Part 2; Part 3; Part 4; Part 5; Part 6; Part 7; Part 8; Part 9, Part 10.

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The revolution of 1800 was as real a revolution in the principles of our government as that of [17]76 was in its form; not effected indeed by the sword, as that, but by the rational and peaceable instrument of reform, the suffrage of the people. Thomas Jefferson in an 1819 letter to Judge Spencer Roane

We tend today, in our hyperpartisan moment, to imagine that politics have never been worse, more tribal, more contentious than they are...

19:54

Court Reinstates Californias Right-to-Die Law "IndyWatch Feed World"

LOS ANGELESA state appeals court has reinstated at least for now Californias law allowing terminally ill people to end their lives.

The Fourth District Court of Appeals in Riverside issued an immediate stay Friday putting the End of Life Option back into effect. The court also gave opponents of its decision until July 2 to file objections.

The law allows adults to obtain a prescription for life-ending drugs if a doctor has determined that they have six months or less to live.

Riverside County Superior Court Judge Daniel Ottolia declared the law unconstitutional last month, stating that it had been adopted illegally because lawmakers passed it during a special Legislative session called to address other matters.

Ottolia didnt address the issue of whether its proper for people to end their lives.

Right-to-die advocates hailed Fridays action.

This stay is a huge win for many terminally ill Californians with six months or less to live because it could take years for the courts to resolve this case, Kevin Daz, national director of legal advocacy for Compassion & Choices, said in a statement.

Thankfully, this ruling settles the issue for the time being, but we know we have a long fight ahead before we prevail.

California Attorney General Xavier Becerra, who had asked the appeals court to stay Ottolias ruling, also praised the decision.

This ruling provides some relief to California patients, their families, and doctors who have been living in uncertainty while facing difficult health decisions, Becerra said. Todays court ruling is an important step to protect and defend the End of Life Option Act for our families across the state.

Patients Rights Action Fund, which opposes laws allowing people to take their lives, did not respond to a message placed after business hours Friday. In previously discussing the law, the groups executive director, Matt Valliere, said, The people of California, especially the vulnerable, deserve protection and support, not assisted suicide.

The Life Legal Defense Foundation, American Academy of Medical Ethics and several physicians were among those who sued to have the law overturned.

Their lawsuit, Ahn vs. Hestrin, claims the law violates the due process and equal protection guarantees of the U.S. and California constitutions because it fails to make rational distinctions between terminally ill adults and the vast majority of Californians not covered by the act.

The suit also claims the Legislature did not have authority to pass the law during a special session limited to other issues.

Becerra argued that the law, which took effect in 2016, was legitimately passed during a...

19:51

Poor Peoples Campaign Would Have Cheered Robert Kennedy "IndyWatch Feed World"

This month, two events combine to remind me of my early days in Washington, D.C., my work for Robert F. Kennedy, and my recollection of the Poor Peoples March on Washington in March 1968, led by the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and other leaders of poor peoples organizations to gain economic justice. That event was only months before King and Kennedy were killed by the gunfire of deranged murderers.

Later that year, near Christmas, I wanted to buy my law partner a gift. I went to the Georgetown gallery that was Sister Mary Coritas exclusive store in Washington. I was a fan of the social activist Catholic nuns work on silkscreen, usually on themes of peace and justice, affordable pop art. It being a quiet day, the owner took me around his shop to discuss possible purchases. Nothing struck me as right for her, so he asked, What is his background? Does he like Robert Kennedy?

Shes a she, I replied, and she probably does, but I worked for him, so I certainly am a fan. Why do you ask?

Then I have the perfect poster for you, he said, and directed me to the back of his shop, where he pointed to the poster shown below.

It was perfect, a Mary Corita I loved, including a dated (June 8, 1968) New York Times op-ed by the eloquent playwright Arthur Miller, with a message about my former boss and the millions of poor people in America that resonated. Sister Marys signature was painted in small white script on the red-and-blue poster. Above her name, she had printed in her typical informal script: gods not dead hes bread, and alongside that script, They say the poor have it hard well the hardest thing they have is us. Rushed the creation surely was, but brilliant nonetheless.

I must have it, I said. I may not give it to my partner, but I would love to have it.

It is the only one I have, he replied, and I will give it to you because it is priceless.

Then he told me this story about the origin of the poster.

The Poor Peoples Campaign had commissioned Sister Mary to create a poster for their use when they came to Washington. She was in town, and we were having breakfast in a neig...

19:38

11 Reasons Why She Is Never Going to Leave You, No Matter What "IndyWatch Feed World"

Have you ever wondered why she chose to stick with you? Sure, you think youre an average person but you probably feel like the one who got the better end of the deal, right? Well, youre wrong there are tons of things about you that make you worth sticking around for.

Sure, she might be a bit confusing from time to time but if youre being a good partner it will stand out to her. If you have been wondering what about you might have been something that contributed to her choice of settling down with you the things below might give you a good idea. There is so much that goes into whether or not we think someone is worth being with forever.

11 Reasons Why She Chose To Spend Forever With You:

1. You are willing to compromise.

Unlike others, you were more than willing to go the extra mile for her. When there is conflict, you both work together to come to a solution that works for everyone. This really makes a huge difference in the quality of your relationship.

2. You are good at communicating.

She wants someone she can talk to if there is a problem within the relationship you are able to talk it out. You can come to her if you are upset about something and she can come to you. The both of you mesh so well.

3. You push her to be her best self.

You always encourage her to do the things she wants to do in life. If she mentions wanting to do something to better herself you give her the push she needs to really go through with it. As a couple, you both make sure that everyone is giving their all.

4. You make her feel safe.

When it comes to relationships, we want to feel safe and comfortable. You make her feel like nothing can ever hurt her and that with you around she is content. This is an emotional and mental form of safety and we often dont realize how important it really is.

5. You have fun together.

You both have so much fun with each other. Whether you are going out or staying in you are always able to mix things up. You take the time to make plans and a lot of people refuse to do that.

6. You are always honest with her.

Honesty is something we all look for in those we choose to be with for the rest of our lives. You are honest with her and never lie. Even when something might get you sent to the doghouse you still make sure to be as open and honest as possible.

7. You support her goals and dreams.

You do not hold her back. When it comes to a relationship, we want someone who is going to build us up and you work to do exactly that. You r...

19:36

Baseball-sized hail recorded in Manitoba and Saskatchewan "IndyWatch Feed World"

Baseball-sized hail can do some serious damage. Manitoba and Saskatchewan got hit with a brutal hailstorm yesterday. Cars are damaged, windows are shattered, and thousands are still without power. Unbelievable photos and videos show enormous chunks of hail raining down from the sky, accompanied by severe winds and thunder. From Ontario's destructive windstorm on Wednesday to the snowstorm in Newfoundland last week, Canada's had a very bizarre start to the summer this year. At this point, no amount of crazy weather can ever surprise a Canadian. Weather Canada has even issued a tornado warning, which remains in effect in parts of Manitoba and Saskatchewan that are near the U.S. border.

19:31

Russia Has Sold Half Of Its US Treasury Bonds "IndyWatch Feed World"

Russia has carried out a major selloff of US Treasury bonds, dumping about $47bn-worth of papers, statistics released by the US Treasury Department on Friday reveal. Russia sold $47.4 billion out of the $96.1 billion [...]

The post Russia Has Sold Half Of Its US Treasury Bonds appeared first on Your News Wire.

19:26

Pythons Eats A Human (Graphic Video) "IndyWatch Feed World"

An Indonesian woman has been cut out of the stomach of a giant python after the snake ate her alive. Disturbing footage shows villagers slice open the creature to recover the womans body. The victim, named as 54-year-old Wa Tiba, was reported missing in Muna regency, southeast Sulawesi on Thursday night, after she went to []

19:08

RV/Intelligence Alert: "Trickle" -- June 16, 2018 "IndyWatch Feed World"

Operation Disclosure

RV/INTELLIGENCE ALERT - June 16, 2018


(Disclaimer: The following is an overview of the current situation based on rumors/leaks from several sources which may or may not be truthful or accurate.)


The Alliance have shifted focus to the disclosure of internal issues and corruption within the U.S. Government.


Sources are now indicating that the RV was released "softly" as of yesterday.


The RV is now "trickling" down starting with transactions occurring in major financial city hubs such as Hong Kong and London.


Tier 4 (the internet group) will be able to exchange/redeem via private appointment only.


The private appointments will be acquired through the 800#'s.


The duration of the "trickling" would only take a few days to reach Tier 4.


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FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE RV/GCR VISIT:

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18:59

(Video) Sean Hannity: IG Report is Sadly a Swamp Document "IndyWatch Feed World"



Published on Jun 14, 2018

There was a scheme to protect Hillary Clinton from being indicted, and to smear and slander then President-elect Donald Trump.

18:51

White Helmets: Washington resumes funding for major 'regime change' tool in Syria "IndyWatch Feed World"

White Helmets: Washington resumes funding for major 'regime change' tool in Syria | 16 June 2018 | Washington's decision to resume funding for White Helmets after a brief freeze highlights how important the controversial group is for the US-promoted agenda for regime change, journalists and Syrian conflict observers have told RT. Mike Raddie, co-editor of BSNews and an anti-war activist, told RT how the so-called Syria Civil Defence units - the White Helmets - have been instrumental in the justification of the US strikes on Syria in April of 2017, and the trilateral strikes by the UK, France, and the US in April 2018. Calling the self-styled volunteer organization a clearly "belligerent party" with links to al-Qaeda [al-CIAduh] terrorists, Raddie noted that the group has been actively calling for a "no-fly zone, which obviously means full invasion." Thus, he believes, the State Department decided to release some $6.6mn in previously frozen funding for the White Helmets, just in case another pretext for a strike against Syria or a similar intervention is needed.

18:50

Kilauea volcano eruption rains down green crystals "IndyWatch Feed World"

In the never-ending parade of weird phenomena erupting from Hawaii's Kilauea volcano comes a "rain" of green crystals, which have supposedly been spotted on the ground after falling from the sky. "It is literally raining gems," tweeted Tucson meteorologist Erin Jordan, who posted a photo sent to her by a friend in Hawaii. The gems are also known as olivine, "a common mineral in basaltic lava, which is what this eruption is producing," said Concord University volcanologist Janine Krippner. "Olivine is formed in hot and deep magmas and is brought up to the surface during an eruption."

18:36

The 6 Stages of True Love, According to Neuroscience "IndyWatch Feed World"

When it comes to love, our brains play a huge role in how we connect with one another and who we connect with. While love at first sight is possible or I feel like it is, there are still many stages to love that most people dont bother to take the time to understand.

Just because you are overwhelmingly attracted to someone doesnt mean you are in love with them. In this day and age, we confuse love for infatuation and other things of the sort. Love and lust are nowhere near the same and a lot of us need to be reminded of that from time to time.

Below I am going to go through the many stages of love and what stages we tend to get stuck in or end up leaving one another on. While the last stage is not an easy one to get to if you can hang in there it is beyond worth it. Love is never easy, there is no night in shining armor.

6 Stages of Love and What We Need to Understand About Each of Them:

Stage 1: Attraction

This is the stage where you are just meeting one another and are attracted to the physical appearance of the person before you. You might not have even spoken to them yet but you feel drawn to them. You really feel like there is a connection because your body and mind are pushing you towards him or her due to this attraction.

Stage 2: Dating

At this point, you have both somehow managed to become a couple. Either you worked up the courage to talk to him or her or vice versa. You are a couple but that attraction is still ruling the relationship. You might not even know anything about each other at this point.

Stage 3: Puppy Love

This is the point where you are really overwhelmingly into one another. You want to spend all of your time together and you are pretty obsessive. Your thoughts all revolve around this person and everything you do relates back to them. This stage can be very damning if your partner is not in it with you.

Stage 4: Falling For Each Other

Now, this stage is the one where things begin really heating up. You are not necessarily so obsessed with one another but you are still very much interested. You are learning to love this person in more ways than you thought you would have. Youre both getting used to each other.

Stage 5: Getting to Know Each Other

Once you have begun truly falling for this person, getting to know them comes easily. You want to learn more about each other and you bo...

18:25

Cop gets swarmed by angry citizens after shooting man in the back as he flees "IndyWatch Feed World"

An incident that began over an open alcohol container ended with one man in the hospital with two bullet holes in his back, a riot nearly kicking off, and a San Francisco cop under investigation. Over the weekend, as revelers filled the area for the last game of the NBA finals, a police officer spotted a group with open containers of alcohol and targeted them for arrest or extortion. Not wanting to be arrested or extorted for drinking a can of beer in public, a man in the group, identified as 28-year-old Oliver Barcenas took off running. A brief foot chase ensued and during the chase, Barcenas was alleged to have taken out a .45 caliber pistol with an extended magazine. Even though video shows Barcenas was still running away when he allegedly pulled out the weapon, the officer in pursuit opened fire, shooting him in the back-twice-causing him to immediately fall to the ground. "He had a firearm," an officer can be heard saying. "He had like a Tec-9... Dude back people up. There's a gun around here." Police say they found a .45 caliber pistol near the scene. When bystanders saw what happened, all hell broke loose. Immediately after the shooting, an angry crowd began to gather around Barcenas who lay bleeding on the ground. They were recording with their cellphones whilst threatening and yelling at the officer.

18:23

Mainstream Media Confirms Conspiracy Theory That Walmart Stores Are Being Turned Into Prison Camps "IndyWatch Feed World"

When citizens began to ask questions about why Walmart stores were suddenly closing in in southern states in 2015, the mainstream media insisted that the closures were due to plumbing problems and that any suggestion of government involvement was a crazy conspiracy theory. Three years later, the MSM is finally admitting that several of those []

18:18

Scientists Reveal A Dire Scenario For the Future, And This Is How to Prevent It "IndyWatch Feed World"

We all know the shape this world is in right now is really damning to us all, but do we understand the extent it goes to? Experts believe that if things dont change soon the effects of climate change could be far more devastating than we have ever imagined.

More recent research that was published just a few days ago in the journal Nature goes over the Antarctic Ice Sheet melting rate and how it has increased in recent times. This research covers from 1992 all the way to 2017 and proves that the Antarctic lost over 200 billion tons of ice annually because of the rising temperatures within our oceans. The melting rate has basically tripled and we dont have much time to make a difference.

The abstract of this study goes as follows:

The Antarctic Ice Sheet is an important indicator of climate change and driver of sea-level rise. Here we combine satellite observations of its changing volume, flow and gravitational attraction with modeling of its surface mass balance to show that it lost 2,720 1,390 billion tonnes of ice between 1992 and 2017, which corresponds to an increase in mean sea level of 7.6 3.9 millimeters (errors are one standard deviation). Over this period, ocean-driven melting has caused rates of ice loss from West Antarctica to increase from 53 29 billion to 159 26 billion tonnes per year; ice-shelf collapse has increased the rate of ice loss from the Antarctic Peninsula from 7 13 billion to 33 16 billion tonnes per year. We find large variations in and among model estimates of surface mass balance and glacial isostatic adjustment for East Antarctica, with its average rate of mass gain over the period 19922017 (5 46 billion tonnes per year) being the least certain.

While back in earlier times we were only losing about 49 billion tons per year, this increase is causing a lot of problems. The rapid rate at which ice is melting from the Antarctic Ice Sheet is quite alarming and means we are seeing an increase of half a millimeter in the sea levels every year. For this study, these researchers collectively reviewed 24 recent measurements of Antarctic ice loss pointing out the differences from past measurements and so forth. They were able to produce the most definitive figures yet on the changes occurring in Antarctica.

Beata Csatho, one of the authors for this study told WashingtonPost as follows:

The detailed record shows an acceleration, starting around 2002.

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18:16

White House Defends Tearing Children Away From Their Families As Very Biblical "IndyWatch Feed World"

While some very jaw-dropping announcements have come from the White House in recent months, this one takes the cake. Do you think tearing families apart by deporting parents who have children here is somehow justifiable through the Christian Bible? Well, White House officials do.

Just days ago White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders got into a heated argument with reporters and went so far as to say it is very biblical to enforce the law. This being in regards to literally ripping children from their immigrant parents arms under the current zero-tolerance policy in place. You see, earlier that same day Attorney General Jeff Sessions had cited the bible defending the current controversial policy.

Sessions said as follows:

Illegal entry into the United States is a crime, as it should be.

Persons who violate the law of our nation are subject to prosecution. I would cite you to the Apostle Paul and his clear and wise command in Romans 13, to obey the laws of the government because God has ordained them for the purpose of order.

Seems to be twisting a bit now, doesnt he? As if this wasnt enough, Sanders words really took the cake and smashed it right in the faces of everyone here in America. When asked Where does it say in the Bible that its moral to take children away from their mothers? She basically refused to answer and avoided it completely by accusing Acosta (who she was conversing with) of trying to put words in her mouth.

The interview was a very downhill sloping nightmare and basically, her reasoning regardless of biblical use was because its the law which just doesnt sit right with most people. Dont get me wrong, whether you are for immigrants staying here or not I am sure we can all agree seeing families torn apart like this is not a good thing and that we need to work out some means around it. Perhaps this is a topic that makes us a bit salty but when things like this happen we shouldnt run to find a biblical cop out.

This whole interview is a literal shit show. She blames everything on the democrats but the problems are not that simple.

Image via Very Common

18:16

Orthodoxy VS. Perennialism Debate: Jay Dyer Vs. PerennialPodcast "IndyWatch Feed World"

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18:15

71% of libtards don't want North Korea peace because Trump would get most of the credit - let that sink in "IndyWatch Feed World"

A live TV poll taken on Michelle Wolf's Netflix show found that 71% of the comedian's liberal audience would rather peace with North Korea fail than see Donald Trump take credit for it. The audience was asked, "Are you sort of hoping we don't get peace with North Korea so you wouldn't have to give Trump credit?" Only 29% said they wanted peace with North Korea given the option.

18:13

Your Biggest Challenge to Come This Year, Based on Your Zodiac Sign "IndyWatch Feed World"

We all face different things in our lives but some of those things line up with our signs more than we realize. This year has been quite challenging in itself but there is more to come.

You might feel like youve already been through plenty this year but the biggest challenge is yet to come. When it comes to figuring out what that big challenge might be looking to the stars will benefit you greatly. Below I will go over each challenge to come according to each star sign, take a look at yours and see what it might have in-store for you.

Aries

Your biggest challenge is going to come in the form of financial change. You are going to be coming face to face with a big change in your life and it might not be one you can handle easily. Youre going to have to really push through in some of the most uncomfortable ways. Finding a way to make things work is not going to be easy.

Taurus

Your biggest challenge is going to be one in which you are forced to open up. You are going to be questioning yourself in ways you might not have before in order to really move forward. While your not usually someone who struggles with confidence this time things are going to be quite confusing.

Gemini

Cancer

Your biggest challenge is going to be presented to you in several different forms. It is going to come in many waves of heartbreak and push you to really evaluate the kinds of people you allow in your life.

Leo

Your biggest challenge is going to be overcoming the strained relationships before you. You have been going through a lot in recent times and misunderstandings have you all kinds of mixed up. Now is the time to clear the air.

Virgo

Your biggest challenge is going to be one in which you have to really work hard to get further. This could be trying to get a promotion or even moving to a new place, it could mean a number of things. Do not put your expectations too high but also dont underestimate yourself. You are capable of great things.

Libra

Your biggest challenge is going to be working through the conflicts before you. It is going to feel like a literal neverending battle but you will make it through. Dont let anyone else get the upper hand, you need to come out on top.

Scorpio

Your biggest challenge is going to be your inner sadness. You ar...

18:10

(Video) Dark Journalist -- Cabal Control Grid and the Black Budget "IndyWatch Feed World"



Published on Jun 15, 2018

CATHERINE AUSTIN FITTS & DARK JOURNALIST: GLOBAL CONTROL GRID & THE BLACK BUDGET!

Exclusive Part 2 with Former Assistant Housing Secretary Catherine Austin Fitts on Control 101: Stunning Black Budget Corruption!

Who or What is in Control of the World?

Catherine Austin Fitts from The Solari Report goes in depth on the various hidden systems of control being rolled out in 2018 by nefarious covert forces controlling financial, political, cultural and technological issues!

TOPICS:
* Black Budget
* Mind Control
* Financial Coup
* Control Files
* Covert Surveillance
* Media Manipulation
* Entrainment Technologies
* UFO Technology

18:09

Over 1,200 Minnesota Parents are Suing to Shut Down CPS "IndyWatch Feed World"

Over 1,200 Minnesota Parents Are Suing to Shut Down Child Protective Services

JUNE 16, 2018

Source: Starship Earth: The Big Picture



Its wonderful to see people involved and demanding they be heard. There is hope yet, to shut down the agencies that pretend to have families best interests in mind.

There are many laws/statutes put in place by the rogue government for their own purposes that have nothing to do with the safety, care or well-being of children and their parents.

Unified and working in groups they can effect the change needed to correct the injustice. To remain silent is to grant consent. ~ BP



by Carey Wedler, published on Steemit, on June 8, 2018

This article is a Steemit exclusive!

A group of parents in Minnesota called Stop CPS From Legally Kidnapping Children has filed a request in federal court to shut down the states child protection services, stop serial abuse of families and overturn the unconstitutional laws by which the agency operates,according to a press release published Tuesday.

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18:07

The Pleasant Other Side of Immigrant Resettlement Facilities "IndyWatch Feed World"

The Pleasant Other Side of Immigrant Resettlement Facilities: El Cajon, California [video]

JUNE 16, 2018

Source: Starship Earth: The Big Picture



border wall construction in progress, California

As we have learned, there seem to be at least two sides to every story. The Brownsville, Texas resettlement facility is dramatically different from this featured one in California, thankfullyand both overseen by the same company; Southwest Keys.

We dont want to see children in cages. This facility illustrates that cages are not required or mandatory.

In time, when Mexico and Latin American countries have settled down, cleaned out the evil and people are no longer seeking asylum in America, the problem will go away.

The immediate solution is the wall, which is in progress. We want to see everyone treated humanely, as the early experiences of children leave a lasting impression on them.

We dont yet know why Senator Merkley was refused access and a tour at the Brownsville facility. It was very suspicious indeed and its a relief to see the opposite conditions. Surely that situation wasnt staged

Thanks to AIM4Truth for the heads up. ~ BP

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18:05

Why Governments are Actually Corporations "IndyWatch Feed World"

Friday, June 15, 2018

Why Governments Are Corporations

The purpose of the Final Wakeup Call, is to unite the clans of awakened in a common direction with a common goal. One government for every country, truly of, for and by the people, according to our rightful entitlement of representation, which means, it is part and parcel of ones rights, and not what is currently the case; a de facto corporate Government, operating for the maximum profit of its shareholders, and masquerading as a peoples administration. This system is fraudulent, but it hasnt always been this way. Why were we the people never told about this?

Did you know that our governments, local, city, county, state and federal were not always incorporated? Do you know what it means to be incorporated?

It means the entity is a corporation, a fictitious entity, something made up on paper, and through word-crafting and legal definitions, it becomes an entity, legally defined as a person. If you look up, legal definition of person - https://definitions.uslegal.com/p/person, you may be horrified. Do it, so that you may step into the light of consciousness and be awakened. If corporations are going to be treated as legal persons, they should also have personal accountability, especially as it pertains to human rights abuses.

Read More:

http://nesaranews.blogspot.com/2018/06/why-governments-are-corporations.html

18:03

Beyond Racism, Immigrant Mass Detention Is All About Profit "IndyWatch Feed World"

BELLINGHAM, WA While Donald Trumps stepped-up repression of unauthorized migrants has been touted as a get tough policy meant to stem a flood of animals affiliated with transnational criminal groups, his draconian policies remain unlikely to deter desperate asylum-seekers from seeking entry to the United States. Instead, family separations and arbitrary prosecution and incarcerations are upping the scale of trauma suffered by refugees while asylum claims and border-crossings continue to increase.

Trumps Make America Great policies may have resulted in misery for thousands of poor migrants, yet the rise in human suffering has resulted in jackpot prizes for some players at the New York Stock Exchange.

For Toms A. Madrigal, a food systems researcher at Community to Community Development in Bellingham, Washington, these inhumane policies are all about dollars and cents.

Under the Trump Administration, there are no ifs, ands, or buts this is a class war, Madrigal told MintPress News.

New York Times Immigration

Latino Rebels | Facebook

Just as White House policies on taxes, land-use, military expenditures and foreign trade have overwhelmingly favored the financial sector, the Trump-era immigration enforcement regime has directly translated into a huge boost in dividends for those invested in industries reliant on the exploitation of immigrants, and especially the commercial prison industry.

Its the latest sequel in a franchise that beg...

18:02

Petersberg Dialogue in Berlin Kicks off a Busy Climate Year "IndyWatch Feed World"

More than 35 ministers from all over the world have been invited to join the Petersberg Climate Dialogue in Berlin, taking place on Monday & Tuesday the 18th and 19th of... The post Petersberg Dialogue in Berlin Kicks off a Busy Climate Year appeared first on Climate Tracker.

18:00

SOTT FOCUS: The Truth Perspective: Lord of the Underworld: The Secret Life of Carl Jung "IndyWatch Feed World"

Carl Jung is a giant of 20th century history and thought, widely regarded as a pioneer of the psychology of the unconscious. His defection from Freud and his ideas like the archetypes of the unconscious are widely known, even if many have not read his works. But there is a hidden side to the man that few are aware of. From visions of the gods to an acceptance of polygamy and a plan to revitalize civilization by returning to the paganism of the past, Jung privately held some ideas that don't appear in his published works - and which may come to many as a shock. Today on the Truth Perspective we'll be taking a closer look at the hidden Jung: his encounter with the deranged Otto Gross, his libertine views on sexuality, his modelling of psychoanalysis on ancient mystery cult initiations, his interest in mediumship, and his trance-induced visions of the underworld. If you thought you know Jung, chances are you didn't. Tune Saturday, June 16, 12 pm EDT. Running Time: 01:29:45 Download: OGG, MP3 Listen live, chat, and call in to future shows on the SOTT Radio Network!

17:54

How a Ouija Board influenced a modern murder trial "IndyWatch Feed World"

A convicted double murderer has won the right to a retrial on the basis that four of the jury had used a Ouija board the night before finding him guilty. Does this mean that the UK judicial system now accepts the evidence of otherworldly agencies in court? Surely not? The word "Ouija" is a combination of the French word "oui" and the German word "ja" and means "yes, yes". All over the ancient world, people have drawn shapes in sand and made prophecies by believing they were channeling data from demonic and spiritual sources. Most often today, Ouija boards are constructed from simple wooden panels painted with letters and numbers and the words "yes" and "no" and generally feature in horror stories as conduits for spirits to communicate with users. A Smithsonian Magazine article informs how the "19th century American obsession with spiritualism and the belief that the dead are able to communicate with the living" attracted millions of adherents before interest peaked in the second half of the 19th century.

17:51

Watching as US Officials Take Children from Their Parents "IndyWatch Feed World"

Expand People hold signs to protest against U.S. President Donald Trump's executive order to detain children crossing the southern U.S. border and separating families outside of City Hall in Los Angeles, California, U.S. June 7, 2018. 2018 Reuters Sitting across from me in an immigration holding cell in McAllen, Texas, the 24-year-old woman told me a [...]

17:45

Agent Gives Sworn Statement: We Brought Down the Twin Towers "IndyWatch Feed World"

Agent Gives Sworn Statement: We Brought Down The Twin Towers On 9/11

Friday, June 15, 2018

Source: NESARA News

Just as we already have known from 17 years ago . when will the farce of such entities of 9/11 Commission, media et al be blown apart? When will people wake up to the fact that they cannot trust governments who LIE? Kudos to this brave man for speaking out at last.

CIA Agent Gives Sworn Statement: We Brought Down The Twin Towers On 9/11
June 13, 2018 -


http://www.thisboss.net/2018/06/

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A former US government intelligence agent who worked for the CIA during attacks on September 11th, 2001, has given a sworn affidavit stating that 9/11 was an inside job. The ex-CIA agent, whos also an experienced commercial airline pilot, has blown the whistle on the destruction of the World Trade Center buildings, claiming that the three towers were actually brought down by controlled demolitions, and not by passenger planes that were flown by amateur pilots.

Former CIA agent John Lear has not only given a sworn statement as an expert witness, but he has also produced conclusive evidence that disproves the official narrative that the towers were destroyed by airplanes that were highjacked and flown by terrorists.

Speaking under oath, Agent Lear confirms that the WTC buildings in New York were demolished using pre-planted explosives in a carefully orchestrated and well-engineered plot by the United States government and CIA, adding: No Boeing 767 airliners hit the Twin Towers as fraudulently alleged by the government, media, NIST and its contractors His statements have finally confirmed the long standing theory that the Twin Towers were struck by military planes that had been made to resemble passenger jets and a controlled demolition reduced the buildings to rubble afterward. The 3rd plane failed to strike WTC7 as initially intended due to u...

17:38

Sakurajima volcano erupts again in southwestern Japan "IndyWatch Feed World"

The Sakurajima volcano in Kagoshima prefecture, southwestern Japan, saw an explosive eruption Saturday morning and no injury has been reported. The eruption was observed at around 7:20 a.m. local time at one of the peaks of the volcano, spewing volcanic ash 4,700 meters into the sky, according to the local weather agency. Sakurajima is an active composite volcano and a former island in Kagoshima prefecture. The most recent eruption started on May 2, 2017.

17:25

Manufacturing outrage: Image of crying, caged toddler detained by ICE was faked, child 'caged' by protestors "IndyWatch Feed World"

A distressing image of a crying toddler locked in a barred cage after purportedly being detained by US immigration officials has gone viral - but despite online claims, it does not actually depict what has been alleged. The image, which shows a little boy crying in a cage as he looks out between its bars, was shared by activist journalist and undocumented migrant Jose Antonio Vargas as a comment on the Trump administration's immigration crackdown on families. In the same thread, Vargas admitted that he came across the photo on a friend's timeline and was still looking for the original source. Nevertheless, the snap quickly went viral with Vargas' post garnering more than 23,000 retweets and many others sharing the image across their own social media accounts.

17:24

Deadly floods and landslides in 4 states of India after torrential rain - At least 25 killed "IndyWatch Feed World"

Torrential monsoon rainfall has caused flooding and landslides in four states in India over the last few days. As of 14 June, at least 3 people had died and around 36,000 displaced in Assam. Severe flooding has also affected the north eastern states of Manipur, where 6 people have died, and Tripura, where at least 3 people have died and 15,000 displaced. Meanwhile monsoon rain, strong winds and high waves continue to batter the south western state of Kerala, where 13 people have died in the last few days.

17:22

Disfigured Pedophile Says He Got Hooked On Child Porn Because Of His Appearance "IndyWatch Feed World"

A disfigured pedophile who claims he got hooked on child porn after he became a recluse to hide from peoples stares has now been re-arrested for the same offense. Joshua Glen Box was charged with [...]

The post Disfigured Pedophile Says He Got Hooked On Child Porn Because Of His Appearance appeared first on Your News Wire.

17:18

Argentina-Iceland 1-1, celebration with birds "IndyWatch Feed World"

This 2015 video is about birds in Iceland.

This 2015 video is called 1000 reasons to visit Argentina. Birding in Argentina.

To celebrate todays World Cup football match Argentina-Iceland, these videos. One bird video for each country, as they both made one goal.

This video is called Argentina vs Iceland 1-1 All Goals & Highlights 16/06/2018.

This is a surprisingly good result for small country Iceland against Argentina, one of the favourites. The Icelandic goalie stopped a penalty by Argentine star player Lionel Messi.

The coach of Iceland is part-time coach, part dentist on the Vestmannaeyjar islands.

Vestmannaeyjar means islands of the Irish people. As the original inhabitants of the archipelago were maroon Irish runaway slaves.

17:16

Genetic studies show previous models of ancient populations in the Americas as 'unrealistically simple' "IndyWatch Feed World"

A new genetic study of ancient individuals in the Americas and their contemporary descendants finds that two populations that diverged from one another 18,000 to 15,000 years ago remained apart for millennia before mixing again. This historic "re-convergence" occurred before or during their expansion to the southern continent. The study, reported in the journal Science, challenges previous research suggesting that the first people in the Americas split into northern and southern branches, and that the southern branch alone gave rise to all ancient populations in Central and South America.

17:06

Coincidence? US resumes funding White Helmets just as Russia warns of yet another false flag chemical attack in Syria "IndyWatch Feed World"

In what is sure to be a surprise to President Trump's base, who generally don't support further entrenchment in Syria - but not entirely unexpected - the U.S. State Department on Thursday announced that the president had authorized $6.6 million in new funding for the controversial White Helmets group. A State Department spokeswoman announced in a press release that President Trump had authorized $6.6 million to continue what it calls "the vital, life-saving operations of the Syrian Civil Defense, more commonly known as the White Helmets." "The United States Government strongly supports the White Helmets who have saved more than 100,000 lives since the conflict began including victims of Assad's chemical weapons attacks," the press release states.

17:02

"Fukushima Update 6/16/18: 17,086.05 Hiroshima Bombs Today, More Tomorrow" "IndyWatch Feed World"

"Now I am become Death, the destroyer of worlds.
- Shiva

Updated June 16, 2018: Fukushima Equals 17,086.05 Hiroshima Bombs Today, More Tomorrow; There is No Place On Earth to Escape the Rad: The 3 melted-through cores of the destroyed reactors, now melted together into a single "corium" totaling over 600 tons, at Fukushima daily release the radioactive equivalent of 6.45 Hiroshima bombs directly into the atmosphere and the Pacific Ocean. As of June 16, 2018 - 2,649 days since the disaster began - this equals the detonation of 17,086.05 Hiroshima atomic bombs and it is still going strong, with no end in sight, considering that the half-life of uranium-238 is...

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Cannibalism and Cloned Meat: Why is the Establishment Promoting Total Degeneracy? Jay Dyer "IndyWatch Feed World"

Alternate Current Radio Presents: Boiler Room Uninterruptible Talk Radio on ACR Tonight the Social Reject Club is hashing out some Second Amendment political Jackassery, Dawkins taboos of cannibalism, a Rabbis claim that Pork is Kosher (as long as its cloned), Gremlins 2 as a metaphor for monopolistic globoculture (what could possibly go wrong?!), The Omega Man, Soylent Green gone main stream, Denis Rodman, Trump and the North Korean summit with Kim Jong-un.

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16:59

Pentagon finally admits Russian Mi-17 helicopters often superior to Black Hawks "IndyWatch Feed World"

While the US government would seem to be the last entity likely to declare Russian military equipment superior to the Made in the USA variety, that changed recently when the Pentagon's watchdog found that Russian choppers can perform missions in Afghanistan that US-made choppers cannot. The US Defense Department inspector general discerned that Lockheed Martin's Sikorsky Aircraft Black Hawk helicopters "are unable to accommodate some of the larger items the Mi-17 can carry, and in general it takes almost two Black Hawks to carry the load of a single Mi-17." The Mi-17, known under NATO reporting name "Hip," is sold by Rosoboronexport.

16:53

'Bad photos!' Trump slams media for 'fake' G7 summit reporting - tweets 'good photos' "IndyWatch Feed World"

Donald Trump has slammed the "fake news media" for showing his encounters with the G7 leaders in a "bad" light and unleashed a series of tweets depicting his friendly relationship with the world elite, full of coziness and smiles. Last week Trump made an early exit from the gathering, departing the Group of Seven talks in Quebec, Canada, hours before the leaders of advanced economies gathered to discuss climate change. The US president's departure was widely seen as the last straw, following two days of severed discussions, after which he called the host, Canadian PM Justin Trudeau, "weak" and "dishonest," and refused to sign the final joint G7 communiqu.

16:51

'Thank God for Russia!' Remembering when London and Moscow were allies "IndyWatch Feed World"

In the present geopolitical climate, the idea of a pact between the UK and Russia seems far-fetched to say the least. But in the summer of 1941 the two did come together against a common foe. What lessons can be learned from the 'Anglo-Russian agreement' which played a key part in the defeat of Nazi Germany? The date: Monday, July 14, 1941. The headline of the News Chronicle (price, one penny), states: 'Britain and Soviet Sign Pact.' Such a headline would have been unthinkable a few years previously. The British Conservative Party, the dominant member of the 'National' government which ruled Britain from 1931-1940, had been fiercely opposed on ideological grounds to the Bolshevik government in Moscow. It was Tory leader and Prime Minister Winston Churchill who, 13 years earlier, had supported giving aid to the Russian armies who were fighting what he called "the foul baboonery of Bolshevism."

16:42

Research reveals malicious digital campaign against Pakistani human rights defenders "IndyWatch Feed World"

(GV) Cybersecurity researchers have found that commercially available spy software has been used to infiltrate the activist communities in Pakistan.

A May 2018 report by Amnesty International describes how rogue accounts engage with activists and trick them into downloading malicious software that can spy on them through their phones and computers. Lookout, a cybersecurity firm, also published similar findings that month.

Anna Neistat, Amnestys senior director for research tweeted:

Human rights researcher and Executive Director of @EquidemResearch Mustafa Qadri tweeted:

The Amnesty report identifies a network of falsified social media profiles that use social engineering to gain proximity to human rights defenders, infect their...

16:40

Florida police release footage of controversial arrest of black couple at Waffle House "IndyWatch Feed World"

The Waffle House chain has come under fire after a black couple were arrested for alleged theft and trespassing. The pair had disputed an overcharge on their bill, prompting the restaurant to call the police. The dispute arose when the couple, who had ordered a meal to-go, asked why they had been charged $2.50 for an orange juice that was listed as $1 on the menu. The incident took place in May, but the police footage was only released this week, after the couple's footage circulated on Facebook. Fort Walton Police bodycam footage shows the couple inside the restaurant in Fort Walton Beach, Florida. The officer can be heard taking a tough stance with the male complainant, who says the officer will put his hands on him if he goes outside. "Oh I'm going to put my hands on you!" the officer said.

16:39

Take populism global! Italy's new prime minister shows the way for Trump "IndyWatch Feed World"

The Great and the Good are furious about Donald Trump's conduct at the G7 Summit, as journalists can't believe an American president had the temerity to stand up for his nation's interests at an international conference. They are especially incensed that President Trump broached re-admitting Russia into the summit, with the arch-traitor John McCain condemning the Commander-in-Chief on Twitter. Yet for all the talk of President Trump having problems with "allies," it is the European Union that is facing rebellion within its own ranks. As President Trump recognized on his Twitter account, the new government of Italy is now one of his strongest international supporters.

16:34

Kansas City PD under fire for 3 police shootings in under an hour "IndyWatch Feed World"

Police in Kansas City are facing tough questions after shooting and killing three people in less than an hour. The city's police chief has defended the actions of officers, saying they "did what they thought was necessary." The deaths occurred in two separate police shootings in Kansas City, Missouri, on Thursday. The first fatality was a woman reportedly brandishing a "sword" who was shot after a standoff, the Kansas City Star reported. Police Captain Lionel Coln said he is confident the shooting "was a last-resort situation to ensure the safety of the public" and noted that some "action" took place that "met the criteria for lethal force." "She had been seen earlier ... walking around with the sword, which is obviously a threat to the community," Coln said, noting that he was not sure if she had the sword at the time she was shot, or whether she was shot inside the shed or had emerged from the building before police fired at her. Less than an hour later, two men were shot dead in an unrelated incident 10 miles away, reportedly during a fight over a gun and a golf cart. According to Coln, officers who arrived at the scene returned fire after being shot at.

16:29

One of Seattle's top cops found guilty of raping his own daughters "IndyWatch Feed World"

In case after horrifying case, those in positions of power are exposed for their crimes, showing how these positions often attract society's worse. One recent example of this is a police sergeant in Seattle being found guilty on Wednesday for the repeated rape and molestation of his own daughters. Daniel Amador, 46, had been free on bail as the trial progressed over the last several months. However, he was detained on Wednesday after a jury found him guilty of first-degree child molestation, second-degree child rape, third-degree child rape and first-degree incest. According to the court documents, this vile top cop routinely raped his older daughter, known in court papers as A.B., about five times a week and also molested his younger daughter, C.A. The abuse took place for more than a decade and the little girls were unable to tell anyone as their father was a cop. Both of the victims, now ages 24 and 19, described their horrifying childhood in which A.B. was Amador's favorite one to rape while C.A. was regularly belittled.

16:25

The real takeaway: The FBI influenced the election of a President "IndyWatch Feed World"

The good news is the Deep State seems less competent than we originally feared. It will be easy to miss the most important point amid the partisan bleating over what the Department of Justice Office of Inspector General report on the FBI's Clinton email investigation really means. While each side will find the evidence they want to find proving the FBI, with James Comey as director, helped/hurt Hillary Clinton and/or maybe Donald Trump, the real takeaway is this: the FBI influenced the election of a president. In January 2017 the Inspector General for the Department of Justice, Michael Horowitz (who previously worked on the 2012 study of "Fast and Furious"), opened his probe into the FBI's Clinton email investigation, including public statements Comey made at critical moments in the presidential campaign. Horowitz's focus was always to be on how the FBI did its work, not to re-litigate the case against Clinton. Nor did the IG plan to look into anything regarding Russiagate.

16:24

Minnesota cops ordered paramedics to inject suspects with horse tranquilizer "IndyWatch Feed World"

Police in Minneapolis, Minnesota, have been ordered to "never suggest or demand" that paramedics use powerful horse tranquilizers on suspects, following a report that the practice had spiked in recent years. The new policy order comes after a report by the city's Office of Police Conduct Review found that paramedics had used ketamine on suspects during police calls 62 times in 2017, up from just three times in 2012. In some cases, emergency personnel injected the tranquilizer into suspects who were already restrained, causing heart and breathing failure and requiring the suspects to be medically revived, reported the Minneapolis Star-Tribune. "Our policy should be clear," said Mayor Jacob Frey. "Cops shouldn't direct medical professionals on health-related issues, and medical professionals shouldn't listen to them." Two local healthcare officials, Jeffrey Ho and Jon Cole, criticized the report for its "reckless use of anecdotes...to draw uninformed and incorrect conclusions." In a statement, they argued in favor of sedation, claiming that it is sometimes necessary to avoid "allowing people to exhaust themselves to death."

16:18

HRW report - Israeli banks fund the 'pillage' Palestine through settlement program and may be guilty of war crimes "IndyWatch Feed World"

Deep involvement of Israeli banks in the building of illegal settlements in the occupied West Bank may amount to the war crime of pillage, HRW has said. While the settlements are condemned worldwide, Israel keeps building more. "Israeli banks are facilitating their expansion and thus bankrolling these abuses," said the Israel/Palestine Advocacy Director of Human Rights Watch (HRW), Sari Bashi, in an article, published in World Policy earlier this week. "The involvement of banks in these transactions can amount to pillage -- that is, seizing private property in conflict situations, in violation of the laws of war." The official gave an example of the banks' involvement in settlement-related activities: The cooperation between developer Zemach Hammerman and Bank Leumi in constructing a new housing project in the settlement of Alfei Menashe. The developer and the bank have so-called "accompaniment agreements," designed to protect the investments of homebuyers, Bashi explained, adding that similar patterns are used in the development of other Israeli settlements.

16:18

Empathic people process music differently than others "IndyWatch Feed World"

People with higher empathy differ from others in the way their brains process music, according to a study by researchers at Southern Methodist University, Dallas and UCLA. Music is listened to in all known cultures. Similarities between human and animal song have been detected: both contain a message, an intention that reflects innate emotional state that is interpreted correctly even among different species. In fact, several behavioral features in listening to music are closely related to attachment: lullabies are sung to infants to increase their attachment to a parent, and singing or playing music together is based on teamwork and may add group cohesion. Our willingness to listen to music is biological trait and related to the neurobiological pathways affecting social affiliation and communication. The researchers found that compared to low empathy people, those with higher empathy process familiar music with greater involvement of the reward system of the brain, as well as in areas responsible for processing social information.

16:14

Tesla Belonging To Mary McCormack Husband Spontaneously Combusts In LA Street "IndyWatch Feed World"

Who knew that Teslas now come with Elon Musk's famous "not a flamethrower" flamethrower included?
The Tesla Model S belonging to the husband of actress Mary McCormack spontaneously combusted in Los Angeles. In a late Friday tweet, the West Wing actress said that flames burst out of the undercarriage - most likely the car's battery compartment - while her husband was driving the car on Santa Monica Boulevard in Los Angeles.
"No accident, out of the blue, in traffic on Santa Monica Blvd.  Thank you to the kind couple who flagged him down and told him to pull over. And thank god my three little girls werent in the car with him"
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16:13

Strategic partnership between Russia and Indonesia in the Asia Pacific "IndyWatch Feed World"

For some time now, Russia has been strengthening its position in Southeast Asia by developing partnerships with the ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) member states, including Indonesia. The Republic of Indonesia is a country with a number of unique characteristics. It is the largest island nation surrounded by both the Indian and the Pacific Oceans. Indonesia is located on a strategically important part of the shipping route between Europe and Asia: between the Indonesian island of Sumatra and the Malay Peninsula lies the Strait of Malacca, used to transport up to a quarter of all the goods shipped by sea in the world. Besides, Indonesia is home to the largest Muslim population in the world, which facilitates ties in the Islamic world. Hence, Russia benefits from a partnership with Indonesia in a number of ways, even outside the scope of its cooperation with ASEAN as a whole. Russia and Indonesia have had friendly relations since the times of the USSR. Soviet - Indonesian diplomatic relations were established in 1950 when the Soviet Union provided development aid to the newly established Republic of Indonesia. In the 1950s and 1960s, the USSR supplied the Indonesian army with weapons and military equipment, including dozens of war ships, submarines, airplanes, helicopters, tanks, missiles and ammunition exceeding $1 billion in value. Aside from this, at the end of the 1950s, thousands of Soviet military servicemen visited Indonesia with the aim of training their Indonesian counterparts on the use of the delivered military supplies. In the 1960s, the USSR helped Indonesia win its territorial dispute with its former colonial power, Holland. Despite help from other Western nations, the Netherlands had to cede part of the New Guinea island to Indonesia.

16:07

Manwolf report: Wolf-like creature seen southwest Montana "IndyWatch Feed World"

There's been a lot of excitement in the past week over a wolf-like animal shot by a rancher near Denton in north Central Montana. It's some kind of canid, most experts agree, and possibly some type of wolf-dog hybrid. A few have gone so far as to call it a dogman or even werewolf, although it was only seen running on all fours. This week I received a Montana sighting report describing something much more like a typical dogman report in terms of size, appearance, and behavior. The witness had seen the news photos and felt that he should reveal what he had personally seen. At my request, he also drew the attached sketch of what he observed standing at the treeline of his own back yard less than a year ago. It occurred only 150 miles southwest of Denton, near the northern edge of the Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest and Wise River. Just a glance at a map will confirm what a great habitat it would be for any wild canid. The witness has since moved from that area. He said I could call him Zach here, but I do have his full name for contact info. He is in his mid-twenties, and at the time of the event worked in the environmental science department of the state's Conservation Corps. Here is his own account of the 2017 incident:

16:02

Promoting diversity? Non-Muslim teacher wears full face veil, reads from Koran in Swiss school "IndyWatch Feed World"

A teacher in Switzerland has made headlines after wearing a full face veil and reading passages from the Koran out loud during a lesson on Islam, local media reports. The stunt was apparently aimed at promoting diversity. "She [the teacher] came into class completely veiled without warning and started reading lines from [the] Koran out loud", students from a vocational school in the Swiss capital told local 20 Minuten newspaper. Though nobody is said to have left the class, the extraordinary move raised a few eyebrows. Some of the students claimed later that "it did not belong in a classroom," the news outlet reports. The video released by 20 Minuten claims to show the teacher in question wearing a niqab - a Muslim face-covering veil - reading passages from the Koran. Some of the words are bleeped out. The teacher, however, is not a Muslim and reportedly bought the niqab during a vacation in Egypt.

16:02

Spiritual Sex: 3 Types of Divine Union "IndyWatch Feed World"

June 17th, 2018 By Mateo Sol Guest writer for Wake Up World What is Spiritual Sex? What if instead of an obstacle, sex was a pathway toward a spiritual life? Those of us who have been raised with religious backgrounds have often been taught that sexuality and spirituality are opposing forces, that you cannot be virtuous if []

15:58

Ireland: A special case of Palestine solidarity "IndyWatch Feed World"

In the face of Israel's well-funded campaign against supporters of Palestine and BDS (Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions), Ireland remains a relatively comfortable base for conducting Palestine solidarity campaigns. In other countries pro-Palestine activists have been put under pressure and many universities have successfully silenced such activism by firing pro-Palestine professors (such as Steven Salaita and Norman Finkelstein) and canceling conferences about Palestine. By contrast, in Ireland, until the March 2017 conference in University College Cork where the university imposed severe limitations on the organizers, conferences on Palestine have gone ahead with the support of universities and university teachers unions (Teachers' Union of Ireland and Irish Federation of University Teachers). Irish people clearly understand the implications of settler colonialism and Palestinians appreciate Irish people's support. This paper briefly charts the history of the relations between Ireland and the Palestine question. I then use the September 2017 conference 'Freedom of speech and Higher Education: The case of the academic boycott of Israel' held in Trinity College Dublin to highlight the extent of Zionist interference and concomitant university support. I conclude with a brief outline of the work of Academics for Palestine, of which I am the chair.

15:56

British mammals in danger "IndyWatch Feed World"

This 2016 video is called A celebration of British mammals.

By Peter Frost in Britain:

Friday, June 15, 2018

British mammals are in imminent danger

One in five of our nearly 60 species of British mammals are in danger of extinction

Just last month, in this column, I reported on the severe threat to one of our most attractive native mammals the hedgehog.

Fifty years ago there were 32 million hedgehogs in Britain and about a million motor vehicles. Today we are down to nearly half a million hedgehogs but well over 32 million vehicles squashing hedgehogs on our streets.

This weeks headlines alert us to threats to mammal numbers but before we look at these let us remind ourselves of some basic mammalian numbers.

Never forget one of the commonest British mammals is us human beings we come in many colours, sizes and shapes but we are all the same species and there are probably some 65 million of us. Even Michael Gove is one.

An even more frightening fact might be that most numerous among wild mammals is the common or brown rat with an estimated population of 82 million-plus four rats for every three humans.

The house mouse is the second most common mammal at 76 million. Other small rodents like the field vole (75 million), common shrew

not a rodent, but an eulipotyphlan, lik...

"Why the Elites Hate Trump "IndyWatch Feed World"

"Why the Elites Hate Trump
By Bill Bonner

"What a rollicking good time weve had these past few days. The G7the North Korean summitCanadas backstabber chieftrade warsUS midterm elections Did any generation before us enjoy so much cheap entertainment?

Place in hell: The highlight was probably Peter Navarros comment, referring to Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, that, Theres a special place in Hell for any foreign leader that engages...

15:50

The Hitler of South Africa Tells White People, He Wont Kill Them Yet "IndyWatch Feed World"

Earlier this week while most of the world was transfixed on the World Cup, the Trump/Kim handshake, or a multitude of other sundry events, Julius Malema, aka the Hitler of South Africa, was busy telling white people in his country that hes not going wage genocide against them. Yet. In an interview with TRT World News published this []

15:45

Another inconvenient truth: Antarctica's ice sheet is more durable than we thought "IndyWatch Feed World"

On the same day that WaPo and other alarmist media outlets were wailing about a small loss in Antarctic ice balance, another study came out. This study found that the East Antarctic Ice Sheet has survived higher temperatures than we are experiencing now. From PM: Summary: Scientists studied the Pliocene epoch, which happened a few million years ago.Temperatures were a little warmer then, so the epoch could be a good preview of a warmer Earth.They found Antarctic ice was more prevalent back then than we'd believed. One of the biggest potential dangers of increasing climate change is sea level rise caused by the melting of the polar ice caps. As our planet heats up, large ice sheets in Greenland and Antarctica will melt, potentially triggering several feet of increased sea level rise. If the entire Antarctic ice sheet melts into the ocean, it could lead to dozens of feet of sea level rise, likely enough to wipe out entire cities.

15:39

Snowflakes go berserk after Trump praises Kim Jong-un's leadership "IndyWatch Feed World"

US President Donald Trump spoke in admiring terms about North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, praising Kim's ability to get his people to "sit up at attention," and wishing he could do the same. "He's the head of a country, and I mean he's the strong head," Trump said. "He speaks and his people sit up at attention. I want my people to do the same." Twitter instantly reacted to Trump's statement, which some of his opponents in the #resistance viewed as proof of his dictatorial ambitions. Comment: A President who wants the people to take him seriously - he must be the reincarnation of Hitler! Cue the screaming at the sky in 3, 2, 1...

15:31

Rinus Verhagen: Mad Drugs King Willy Escobar of the Netherlands "IndyWatch Feed World"

Mad Drugs King Willy Escobar of the Netherlands, and his octopus syndicate.

Submitted to Operation Disclosure | By Rinus Verhagen


This information is like Dynamite against the elite.




Dear people, many still believe in fairytales, while reality is so hard.

President Trump wants to get the troops out of Afghanistan, the emptiness wants to fill the Netherlands with the Dutch rangers, Drug King Willem Alexander worried that his Drugs Line is being rolled up?

https://www.volkskrant.nl/nieuws-achtergrond/kabinet-broedt-op-nieuwe-militaire-missie-afghanistan-commando-s-en-mariniers-moeten-afghaanse-special-forces-opleiden~b80e0bbb/

Diagram of the drug syndicate of the royal family.



How stupid do you have to be to understand that his role is played out along with his terrible family of criminals and pedophiles Satanists including the corrupt government.



The Netherlands is the only country in the world without a conditional court,...

15:30

Bizarre trumpet-like sounds cause panic in Chile "IndyWatch Feed World"

A video has emerged showing the moment when animals and people were left frightened by a loud, unknown sound that rang out during the night. Apocalyptic fears were sparked among people in Chile as a strange trumpet-like noise was heard for two minutes. Dogs were barking in fear and the atmosphere was eerie, as the sound went on. Wild claims that followed online after the video was uploaded included passages from the Bible. The clip was uploaded to the YouTube channel ZealotInAll Black3.

15:23

Probiotics: Will they ever live up to the hype? "IndyWatch Feed World"

Changing your microbiome takes more than just taking a pill full of bacteria. "Altering someone's microbiome is as complicated as changing a rainforest or a coral reef," The Atlantic's Ed Yong told an audience at the National Institutes of Health on Tuesday. "It's not easy." In conversation with Francis Collins, the director of the NIH, Yong discussed the future of microbial medicine. He argued that doctors should focus on an "ecological type of thinking" instead of the more simplistic approach behind "medically underwhelming" probiotic treatments. "It's not just thinking of microbes as a pill that you could give to someone to fix a lack of something," Yong said.

15:16

Pence heckled repeatedly during tax reform speech that coincided with LGBTQ party "IndyWatch Feed World"

US Vice President Mike Pence was repeatedly heckled by protesters during a tax reform speech in Columbus, Ohio, while outside LGBTQ activists held a huge dance party to highlight his dismal record on gay rights. Pence visited Ohio's capital on Friday as part of a series of events organized by America First Policies to promote Republican tax reforms. His stay coincided with the start of Pride celebrations in the city. As the vice president touted tax cuts, protesters interrupted with loud calls challenging his policies on immigration, specifically family separation at the border, and LGBTQ rights.

15:11

Psychedelics Shown To Heal Damaged Brain Cells From Depression "IndyWatch Feed World"

Research in recent years has shown that psychedelics like LSD, magic mushrooms, MDMA and DMT from ayahuasca can help with addiction, depression, phobias, schizophrenia, anxiety and even prisoner recidivism rates. New research on substances like tryptamines, DMT and magic mushrooms; amphetamines, including MDMA; and ergolines, like LSD revealed that some of these substances can regrow parts of nerve cells in the brain, []

15:08

US senators request Pentagon to fully disclose its role in Saudi-led war in Yemen "IndyWatch Feed World"

Three US senators have called on the Pentagon to immediately reveal the extent of US military support to the Saudi-led Arab coalition that launched an attack on Hodeidah, a key port city and last humanitarian lifeline in Yemen. "We call on you to immediately disclose the full extent of the US military role in the Saudi-led war against Yemen's Houthis, including the use of special operations forces; disclose any role that the Pentagon is currently performing, has been asked to perform, or is considering performing regarding an attack on the port of Hodeida," says the letter sent to Defense Secretary James Mattis on Friday, and signed by Senators Bernie Sanders (I-Vermont), Mike Lee (R-Utah) and Chris Murphy (D-Connecticut) Sanders, Lee and Murphy also asked Mattis to "issue a public declaration opposing this impending assault," and restate the Trump administration's position that Saudi Arabia and other participants in the conflict "should accept an immediate ceasefire and move toward a political settlement."

15:05

MEA Airlines Completes First Direct Flight from #Beirut to #Madrid "IndyWatch Feed World"

MEAs Airbus A320 arrived today in Madrid just over 4 hours after setting off from Beiruts international airport. MEA Airlines had announced new routes a couple of months ago and today marks the first non-direct flight between Madrid and Beirut.

Starting June 16, MEA will operate 3 flights on Monday, Thursday and Saturday

BEY/MAD ME 241 Departure 09:10 Arrival 13:15
MAD/BEY ME 242 Departure 14:45 Arrival 20:10

14:55

Lab-Grown meat startups backed by Bill Gates & Tyson Foods face FDA oversight "IndyWatch Feed World"

Lab-grown meat startups that rely on animal cells to produce beef, poultry and seafood products have caught the eye of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, which has begun the process of regulating the industry. Cultured meat, considered an environmentally sound alternative to the real thing, is made by harvesting cells from animals and growing them to make food. Companies like Memphis Meats Inc. and Future Meat Technologies have piqued the interest of investors such as food giants Tyson Foods Inc. and Cargill Inc., as well as billionaires Bill Gates and Richard Branson.

14:50

Federal judge sends Paul Manafort to jail to await criminal trial "IndyWatch Feed World"

A federal judge has revoked bail conditions for Trump's ex-campaign chairman, Paul Manafort. The decision means he will await his criminal trial for allegedly tampering with witnesses in the Russian investigation while in jail. US District Judge Amy Berman made the decision after prosecutors working for Special Counsel Robert Mueller, who is leading the Russia probe, alleged that Manafort and one of his associates had tried to tamper with witnesses in the case, US media reports. Mueller filed a third amended indictment against Manafort last week, alleging that he and Russian-Ukrainian businessman Konstantin Kilimnik attempted to persuade potential witnesses not to testify against them.

14:49

Lightning strike kills man doing canopy tour in Monteverde, Costa Rica "IndyWatch Feed World"

The afternoon of this Friday a man died after being struck by lightning while doing canopy tour in Monteverde. The victim was identified as Pedro Obando, 31 years old, who apparently worked as a canopy tour guide in the area. No additional information has been offered so far regarding the accident or the details on how the tragedy occurred. This Thursday heavy rainfall affected most of the Costa Rican territory accompanied with an important thunderstorm. In the past years the month of June registers close to 96 thousand lightning strikes, but this year the first 14 days of June have already registered close to 85 thousand. Authorities recommend that during a thunderstorm people stay away from metal and water, do not seek shelter under trees and stay away from electrical poles, wires and equipment.

14:48

DOJ report accuses Comey of 'usurping authority' in order to protect Clinton "IndyWatch Feed World"

Former FBI Director James Comey "usurped authority" and made a "serious error of judgment" in handling the Hillary Clinton email probe in 2016, says the newly published report by the Department of Justice inspector general. Inspector General Michael Horowitz's document contains criticism of Comey, former Attorney General Loretta Lynch and several FBI employees involved in the Clinton email probe, known as "Midyear Exam." Comey's announcement that no charges will be filed against Clinton in July 2016 usurped Lynch's authority and went against FBI policy, while his October 2016 announcement the FBI had found additional emails and reopened the investigation likewise violated policy and represented a "serious error of judgment." Comey is also accused of using personal email to conduct FBI business.

14:18

Ice Age Farmer Report: Won't hear this on the news! Nations unable to feed themselves "IndyWatch Feed World"

As the world has its eyes on Kilauea and Fuego, the demise of modern agriculture continues unabated. Canada, Turkey, and Indonesia offer a glimpse of the future today. Start preparing before food scarcity hits -- grow your own food today. Please SHARE this video with your friends and family to help them understand what's playing out in the world. A simple link can radically change someone's life. (Indeed, it has mine.) Sources

14:00

Preston James: Secret ET Global Takedown or just another Internecine Illuminati War? "IndyWatch Feed World"

Preston James

Secret ET Global Takedown or just another Internecine Illuminati War?

If you think the Deep-Black Secret Space War Program is the deepest of the Secret Shadow Government secrets, you would be mistaken.

There is a whole other deeper category referred to as Beyond-Black and these are solely contained in special access unacknowledged programs, not even known by the Board members of the Defense Contractors they lie hidden deep within because their security clearances dont go high enough. These programs involve time warping, quantum technologies far beyond anything most can conceive of, including time projections from the Looking Glass and psychotronic and psi-powered mind-kontrol using miniaturized technologies, remote entrainment and hiving of the human mind.

Beyond-Black involves worm holes, deep space factional battles, and off-planet bases where some from deep within the Secret Shadow Government go to live to get away from Planet Earth and live out the rest of their lives which have been extended beyond normal with high technology. Right now Beyond-Black disclosures are still forbidden. 

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13:45

James Fetzer: Still No Obituaries for Parkland False Flag "IndyWatch Feed World"

Jim Fetzer

Dr. Eowny: Florida Obituaries show No Parkland School Shooting Deaths (Updated)

[Editors note: For the background of how they faked the Parkland shooting, check out The Parkland Puzzle: How the Pieces fit Together:

According to Florida Obituaries:

  • None of the above 17 names is among those who had died in Parkland, Florida, on February 14, 2018 or in the days after.
  • There was only one death in Parkland, Florida, on February 14, 2018: Alice Levenson.
  • There were two deaths in Parkland, FL, between February 14 and March 7, 2018:
    • John Maginnis, who died on Feb. 16.
    • Norman Goldstein, who died on March 7.

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Phi Beta Iota: It is a testament to the power of the mass media that your average citizen continues to believe that these theatrical events with occasional actual deaths, generally of disposable patsies, not the crisis actors playing dead). Most, not all, shootings are false flag events. Most, not all, actual shooters are on drugs and/or under mind control, which has evolved greatly since CIA and its house Nazis developed the capability in the 1950s. As Robert Steele has challenged Ollie North (the new President of the National Rifle Association), it is essential that the NRA begin challenging the false flag narratives and demanding the the FBI be honest with us about these events that are generally manufactured by FEMA under DHS authority. It is now legal to propagandize US citizens and the Department of Justice additionally claims the right to lie to the courts (including the Supreme Court) in cases of (alleged) national security. As our President has stated, the system is rigged.  Fake news and false flag operations are essential underpinnings for Deep State control of the public narrative and the public consciousness and tolerate of great evil by the 1% against the 99%.

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13:32

Dead fin whale washes up in Bolinas, California - 5th for the region since March "IndyWatch Feed World"

Almost a year to the day since a spectacular 79-foot blue whale washed up on Agate Beach, a 58-foot fin whale wound up on nearby Brighton Beach after meeting the same fate: death by ship strike. On May 22, the dead fin whale was spotted hung up on Duxbury Reef, according to a letter by Bolinas resident Kent Khtikian published in the Hearsay News last week. Researchers with the Marine Mammal Center and California Academy of Sciences found the whale's skull, vertebrae and ribs fractured. It was one of two fin whales, which are among the fastest species in the ocean, that washed up in the Bay Area in the same week, bringing the total to five since March. The species is listed as endangered, with the population in the North Pacific at about 1,600.

13:32

Police Officer Gives Piggy Back To Elderly Man Struggling To Cross The Road [Video] "IndyWatch Feed World"

By Amanda Froelich Truth Theory

You dont need to be a superhero to help others or affect the world. In fact, sometimes the simplest of actions make the biggest difference. A video that provides testament to this statement recently went viral on Chinese social media.

Recently, an elderly man was attempting to make his way across a busy street in Mianyang, Sichuan province, when the crosswalk light turned red. While drivers waited patiently, a police officer stepped up to help.

As can be seen in the video below, the compassionate cop, Qin Weijie, approached the man and asked if he could carry him to the other side. To this unconventional request, the elderly man said yes.

As GoodNewsNetwork reports, the officer knew that the man had seven more lanes of traffic to cross. So, he hoisted him on his back and carried him across the street. The video is both humorous and heart-warming.

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13:30

CounterPunch: Why Young Americans Do Not Revolt Despite Knowing They Are Being Royally Screwed by a Rigged System "IndyWatch Feed World"

Another Reason Young Americans Dont Revolt Against Being Screwed

Bruce E. Levine

8 Reasons Young Americans Dont Fight Back: How the US Crushed Youth Resistance was originally published in 2011, then republished on several Internet sites, and has become one of my most viewed articles. The eight reasons include: student-loan debt; various pacifying effects of standard schooling; the psychopathologizing and medicating of noncompliance; surveillance; television; and fundamentalist religion and fundamentalist consumerism. Over the last seven years, many young people have told me that they appreciate that article, but they have urged me to detail a hugely important pacifying source which I had not included.

Since my 2011 article was published, many millennials have informed me that they are being broken by something that I hadnt originally included: the Internet, which many of them tell me is the most important aspect of their lives. From these young people, I have learned how the Internet creates fears, lowers self-esteem, and divides themall of which weakens their capacity to resist injustices.

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13:27

The US Experienced Its Hottest May on Record and Nobodys Talking About it "IndyWatch Feed World"

By Amanda Froelich Truth Theory

Need additional proof that climate change is a very real phenomenon? Consider that last month, the United States of America experienced its hottest May on record. As climate scientist David Titley said, Nature is dealing cards from a very different deck now compared to the 20th century.

During the first week of June, federal scientists announced that May shattered heat records across the U.S. Not only was it the warmest May on record, nearly 8,600 local heat records were also broken during the month. The warmth was coast-to-coast, said climate scientist Jake Crouch from NOAAs National Center for Environmental Information. 

According to USA Today, the upper Midwest and Ohio Valley experienced the worst heat waves. On May 28, the temperature in Minneapolis skyrocketed to a record 100 degrees F. Air conditioners gave out, roads buckled, and air-quality alerts were triggered as a result.

The average May temperature across the nation was 65.4 degrees, which is 5.2 degrees above average, according to the NOAA. Scientists are pointing to man-made global warming as the culprit. Two tropical systems churning in the Gulf of Mexico also pumped warm, moist air across the eastern U.S., as well.

It is worth noting that more than one-quarter of the contiguous U.S. remains in drought. Othe...

13:19

The key word in the Trump-Kim show (Pepe Escobar ) "IndyWatch Feed World"

16/06/2018 - By reaffirming the Panmunjom Declaration, the US President has committed to bringing its military back from South Korea and thus a complete denuclearization of the South as well as the North The ...

13:17

3 killed by flood, landslide in Assam, India - 370 villages under water "IndyWatch Feed World"

At least three people were killed two in landslide and one in flood and over 1.5 lakh people were affected by the first wave of floods that have hit Assam this year even as 370 villages in seven districts continued to be under water for the second consecutive day on Thursday. Assam State Disaster Management officials said that flood waters have affected 370 villages in seven districts including Hojai, Cachar, Golaghat, Hailakandi, Karimganj, Karbi Anglong (East) and West Karbi Anglong districts. The flood waters have also affected large tracks of agricultural in different flood affected districts some with standing crops.

13:16

Open Letter to Amnesty International by a Former Amnesty International Prisoner of Conscience "IndyWatch Feed World"

Through this letter I express my unequivocal condemnation of Amnesty International with regards to the destabilizing role it has played in Nicaragua, my country of birth.

I open this letter quoting Donatella Rovera, who at the time this quote was made, had been one of Amnesty Internationals field investigators for more than 20 years:

Conflict situations create highly politicized and polarized environments (). Players and interested parties go to extraordinary lengths to manipulate or manufacture evidence for both internal and external consumption. A recent, though by no means the only, example is provided by the Syrian conflict in what is often referred to as the YouTube war, with a myriad techniques employed to manipulate video footage of incidents which occurred at other times in other places including in other countries and present them as proof of atrocities committed by one or the other parties to the conflict in Syria.

Ms. Roveras remarks, made in 2014, properly describe the situation of Nicaragua today, where even the preamble of the crisis was manipulated to generate rejection of the Nicaraguan government. Amnesty Internationals maliciously titled report, Shoot to Kill: Nicaraguas Strategy to Repress Protest, could be dismantled point by point, but doing so requires precious time that the Nicaraguan people dont have, therefore I will concentrate on two main points:

(a) The report completely lacks neutrality; and,
(b) Amnesty Internationals role is contributing to the chaos in which the nation finds itself.

The operating narrative, agreed-upon by the local opposition and the corporate western media, is as follows: That president Ortega sought to cut 5 percent from retirees monthly retirement checks, and that he was going to increase contributions, made by employees and employers, into the social security system. The reforms sparked protests, the response to which was a government-ordered genocide of peaceful protestors, more than 60, mostly students. A day or two after that, the Nicaraguan government would wait until nightfall to send its police force out in order to decimate the Nicaraguan population, night after night, city by city, in the process destroying its own public buildings and killing its own police force, to then culminate its murderous rampage with a Mothers Day massacre, and so on.

While the above narrative is not uniformly expressed by all anti-government actors, the unifying elements are that the government is committing genocide, and that the president and vice-president must go.

Amnesty Internationals assertions are mostly based on either testimony by anti-government witnesses and victims, or the uncorroborated and high...

13:13

30 Signs Youre Born To Be A Spiritual Healer "IndyWatch Feed World"

By Aletheia Luna via Loner Wolf

A healers power stems not from any special ability, but from maintaining the courage and awareness to embody and express the universal healing power that every human being naturally possesses. E. Leventhal

At heart, we all have the capacity to heal ourselves and nurture others. Spirit, energy, thought, intention, skilful practice and belief are available to all people. Yet as individual expressions of the life force, we all have different paths, and not all of us feel called to healing practices.

For those of us that do feel called to spiritual healing, we are often met with some kind of resistance, either from our friends, our family members, or our culture. This is because spiritual healing can be frowned upon as a quasi, scientifically-misguided, charlatan practice by a society that is built on the mind and ego. While there are con artists in every practice, the genuinely beneficial aspects of spiritual healing are largely ignored because they cant be quantified or reasoned with.

Unfortunately, this has led to a large percentage of us (particularly in Westernised societies) losing touch with traditional forms of healing. Very few of us were raised around shamans, medicine men or medicine women who could pass on ancient knowledge and holistic healing practices. Instead, as children we were taken to GPs, physicians and doctors who pres...

12:47

Ornithology, Methods & Mystery "IndyWatch Feed World"

17Johnson-jumbo

Ping Zhu

Some contributors to our pages here would likely have much more clear views on this story than I do. I am certain that I favor scientific method, and this scientist followed protocol. And yet, the fallout from his scientific methods was intense. And it was not as simple as trolls gonna troll. I understand the fallout but instead of outrage I am full of questions about this story about The Ornithologist the Internet Called a Murderer by Kirk Wallace Johnson:

12:26

Oxfam to axe jobs and aid programmes in 16m cuts after scandal "IndyWatch Feed World"

Oxfam has warned staff it needs to urgently find 16m of savings and radically reduce its poverty-relief programmes as it deals with fallout from the Haiti sex scandal.

12:11

'Good morning! Got any honey?' Bear breaks into California home through window "IndyWatch Feed World"

South Lake Tahoe - New video shows a bear breaking into a South Lake Tahoe home on Wednesday. The homeowners Sykes and Carole Scofield have been living in South Lake Tahoe for more than 20 years. And they couldn't believe how the enormous creature could fit through the window, although they hadn't locked it. They weren't home when the bear paid a visit. You can see in the video that the bear left some marks on the side of the house. Thankfully, no one was injured...

12:05

Sea creatures fall from the sky as storm batters coastal Chinese city - Residents post bizarre footage "IndyWatch Feed World"

The waterfront city of Qingdao, in eastern China, was struck by a severe storm Wednesday marked by strong winds, thunderstorms and hail, causing serious flooding and a number of broken trees. That wasn't all though: Chinese social media has also been flooded with an influx of images of sea creatures dumped into the city with the storm. Photos circulating the web in China show people's windshields struck by everything from falling tree limbs to falling shrimps, starfish and even an octopus.

12:01

Big Brother Facebook: Drawing Down The Iron Curtain on Yankeedom "IndyWatch Feed World"

Leading a double life

When my partner, Barbara, first opened an account on Facebook, she used it in a way that most people in Yankeedom use it. Her network was an eclectic assortment of family, current and former workmates, new and old friends, neighbors and relatives living in other parts of the country. Most of what was posted on this account were pictures of kids, dogs and kitty cats, vacations, dinner outings, jokes nothing too controversial. Like most members of Yankeedom, religion and politics were off limits. However, there was a kind of politically unconscious assumption operating that liberal values prevailed and that somehow the Democratic Party embodied those values. I nicknamed her Facebook account the Suzy Cream Cheese account after the Mothers of Inventions album because it only dealt with surface preoccupations.

As the most recent US presidential primaries heated up and people took sides about Hillary, Bernie and Jill Stein, the Suzy Cream Cheese page started to be not nice. The political unconscious became conscious. The assumption was that all women in the name of feminism should vote for Hillary. My partner thought this was a very shallow understanding of feminism and posted an article she wrote that was published in a number of online radical newsletters titled, Feminism is Bigger Than Gender: Why Ill Be Happy in Hell Without Hillary. Oh dear. After she posted that article on Facebook, she got the cold shoulder and lost a couple of friends. Around that time she opened up a second political Facebook account and started adding to it a whole new group of far-left friends and acquaintances. She continued posting suitable for family viewing comments with her Suzy Cream Cheese account while posting and responding to socialist and communist posts on her political account.

The Two Faces of Facebook

Neither Barbara nor I are sociologists of social media or specifically of Facebook, so what follows is experiential. However, we do know a thing or two about how capitalist institutions operate in general and Facebook is no exception.

The primary purpose of Facebook is to sell ad space to marketers. But how do you reach the Yankee public? You make it easy for Yankees to set up individual accounts so that Yankees can do what we do besttalk about the micro world of family, dogs...

11:55

Sweden Mobilizes Home Guard for First Time Since 1975 "IndyWatch Feed World"

Via: The Local: Swedens 22,000 volunteer soldiers were on Tuesday evening grabbing their guns and uniform, cancelling social engagements, and rushing to their stations, as the Swedish Armed Forces launched its biggest surprise exercise since 1975. The idea behind this exercise is that we are now strengthening our military defence of the country, Swedens Supreme []

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