Friday, February 28, 2014


Ten Russian military helicopters fly into Crimea

Thursday, February 27, 2014

Hagel to Russia: Don’t take action that may be misinterpreted

Russian fighter jets placed on alert on Ukraine borders

Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Putin orders combat-readiness test of armed forces

Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Egypt’s housing minister to form new government

Russia steps up Ukraine rhetoric

Monday, February 24, 2014

Ukraine synagogue hit by firebombs

Sunday, February 23, 2014

50 year old cartoon predicted the future 2016 (need to watch)

Saturday, February 22, 2014

Friday, February 21, 2014

Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Police say your own your own until they arrive

Tuesday, February 18, 2014

The United States of Decline

Today's Earthquakes

Monday, February 17, 2014

Iran: Russia could pay for oil with second nuclear reactor

Sunday, February 16, 2014

US Army Builds 'Fake City' in Virginia to Practice Military Occupation

What's interesting is that this fake city resembles a common american city and not a foreign city.
If a fake city is built to train in, that city should resemble a foreign zone instead of a domestic zone.

And of course the church in this fake city is being called a mosque and not a church--sickening. 
Each--legal--private citizen should take personal responsibility and begin doing research.

Friday, February 14, 2014

Let Your Fire Fall

ירושלים - שוואקי | Cry No More - by Shwekey

Thursday, February 13, 2014

Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Monday, February 10, 2014

War on Drugs Claims SWAT Team Member Using No-Knock Warrant

Common sense will tell anyone that if you're asleep and your door is kicked open in the middle of the night your first response is to defend you family, home and self against the intruders. If a warrant is issued law enforcement officials should announce themselves. By not doing so they are placing the lives of innocent people in danger.

Example: A No-Knock Warrant is issued in a home where an elderly person resides with his grandson. Suppose the grandson is harboring drugs. Yes, legal action should be taken. However, if the swat teams arrives in the middle of the night and kicks open the door, the grandson might react and begin shooting, causing the swat team to shoot back in return. The elderly man is caught in the middle.

This example is one of thousands that can be offered.

Anyone asleep that is awoken to intruders rushing into their home will react in a natural way: Defend and Protect. Regardless if it is a swat team kicking in your door, what matters is the response of the people waking up from a sound sleep.
No one wakes up from a sound sleep thinking: Oh, that's just the swat team kicking in our door, dear, go back to sleep, everything is okay.

A No-Knock warrant is very dangerous and places the lives of innocent people in danger. Once a person in the home takes action so does the swat team. When this occurs it's no longer about legal action--it's about self survival. Bullets will be fired and someone will either die or be hurt because some ignorant judge didn't have enough foresight to see the obvious.

Gulf sources: Russian-Egyptian $2 bn arms deal in the bag

Remember When by Alan Jackson (dedicated to my wife)

My wife and I united in YESHUA our ETERNAL RISEN LORD!

Sunday, February 9, 2014

Friday, February 7, 2014

The Sabbath Song

Shabbat Shalom

DARPA Boffin: Future Government Surveillance Will Be Like Apple’s Siri

Steve Watson
February 7, 2014

The US Military’s Defense Advanced Projects Research Agency (DARPA), has indicated that future government surveillance programs will operate much like Siri does on today’s iPhones, in that NSA spooks will interact with algorithms that become smarter as they know what to expect.
Defense One reports that Dan Kaufman, director of the Information Innovation Office at DARPA made the comments during a live webcast interview this week.
“Imagine someone stationed at an intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance facility looking for visual data of interest.” Kaufman said. “Today this looks like one person in front of a bank of screens, not really seeing anything. In the future, it looks like a person interacting with an algorithm that becomes smarter about you and what you’re looking for as you interact with it.”
Kaufman also sees no problem with privacy issues in the future, arguing that better encryption will negate the debate about the trade off between privacy and security.
“We feel like there’s a slider that goes back and forth. Where, either we should collect everything, which feels bad, or we should collect nothing. And that also feels bad. What if there was a way to collect the data but encrypt it so that people couldn’t use it in a way that wasn’t approved?” he said.
Kaufman pointed to a DARPA program known as PROCEED, which operates with fully “homomorphic” encryption, a new kind of super-encryption for data in the cloud.
Of course, it is no surprise that DARPA is advocating such technology for future surveillance, given that it pioneered it. Indeed, the Siri software that now comes as standard on every iPhone was invented by DARPA in the 1990s.
Siri was developed at the Stanford Research Institute (SRI), hence the name. It was a spin off of DARPA’s PAL (Perceptive Assistant that Learns) program, which SRI called CALO (Cognitive Agent that Learns and Organizes), a name inspired by the Latin word “calonis”, which means “soldier’s servant”.
In essence, DARPA’s long term technological vision for future mass government surveillance is already integrated with the majority of the most popular communications devices used by people all over the planet. Those devices also report every single interaction with Siri back to Apple, leaving them wide open, as we have recently seen, to the NSA.

Mayor: Nationwide Gun Confiscation Is Goal of Mayors Against Illegal Guns (bloomberg is another tyrant)

Kit Daniels
February 7, 2014

A current New York mayor has publicly announced his decision to leave Mayors Against Illegal Guns because the gun control group demands an all-out “confiscation of guns from law-abiding citizens.”
Former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg co-founded Mayors Against Illegal Guns in 2006 to promote gun control.
In an announcement published by his city’s newspaper, Poughkeepsie, N.Y. Mayor John C. Tkazyik said he quit the group after realizing it was simply a vehicle for Michael Bloomberg to “promote his personal gun-control agenda.”
“It did not take long to realize that MAIG’s agenda was much more than ridding felons of illegal guns,” he stated. “Under the guise of helping mayors facing a crime and drug epidemic, MAIG intended to promote confiscation of guns from law-abiding citizens.”
“I don’t believe, never have believed and never will believe that public safety is enhanced by encroaching on our right to bear arms and I will not be a part of any organization that does.”
Tkazyik also pointed out that Chicago has some of the most restrictive gun control laws in the country as well as some of the highest crime rates.
“Depriving law-abiding citizens of their right to own firearms only makes them more vulnerable,” he added.
Tkazyik joins an ever-increasing list of other public officials who have also denounced gun control.
Last month, Detroit’s Police Chief James Craig told reporters that legal gun owners deter crimes.
“Coming from California, where it takes an act of Congress to get a concealed weapon permit, I got to Maine, where they give out lots of Carrying Concealed Weapon [permits], and I had a stack of CCW permits I was denying; that was my orientation,” he said. “I changed my orientation real quick. Maine is one of the safest places in America.”
“Clearly, suspects knew that good Americans were armed.”
And last year, Erie Co., N.Y. Sheriff Timothy B. Howard publicly announced that his department would not enforce New York’s latest gun control law, the SAFE Act.
“It’s an unenforceable law and I believe it will ultimately be declared unconstitutional,” he said to reporters. “Do you want law enforcement people that will say ‘I will do this because I’m told to do this, even if I know it’s wrong?’”
It is refreshing to see elected officials serving their constituents while respecting the Bill of Rights.

Kentucky Police Set Up ‘Eating While Driving’ Checkpoints

Paul Joseph Watson
February 7, 2014

Instead of searching for actual criminals, Kentucky State Police will be on the lookout for people who eat while they drive as part of Operation RAID, which will include checkpoints targeting “distracted drivers,” despite the fact that eating while driving is not banned in Kentucky.
Operation R.A.I.D. (Remove Aggressive, Impaired and Distracted drivers from Kentucky Roadways), which starts this month, will remain active for one year.
“Law enforcement will be more visible and the number of check points will increase,” reports WBKO.
“Not only just texting, but any distracting drivers. This includes eating and drinking. We are going to be out looking for those people. You’re going to see a major force when it comes time for St. Patrick’s Day weekend and holiday weekends,” said Trooper Biven of the Kentucky State Police.
Although Kentucky has banned text messaging while driving, there is no state law that bans eating while driving, according to Police will be pulling people over and subjecting them to checkpoints over a supposed violation (eating while driving) that doesn’t exist.
Reports concerning the program also made no mention whatsoever of the fact that such checkpoints are clearly a violation of the 4th Amendment.
“Roving patrols and an increase in safety checkpoints” will characterize a “blanket campaign” that “may not work well in certain areas,” acknowledged Captain Nathan Kent, KSP Post One Commander.
Despite claims to the contrary, this is also another example of how the main duty of an increasing number of police officers in America is not catching criminals or serving communities, but revenue generation.
Back in November we highlighted how police in Knoxville, Tennessee are swapping patrol cars for big rigs in a bid to catch texters.
Police response times are getting slower every year, but instead of concentrating on “protect and serve,” cops are increasingly being deployed by state and local governments simply to shake down the public for money.
The cost of traffic tickets is also soaring as governments vampirically suck off the public in a desperate bid to replenish their bankrupt coffers. Speeding tickets raise some $6 billion dollars in the U.S. every single year.

Thursday, February 6, 2014

A Grad missile volley aimed at Ashkelon from Gaza

Wednesday, February 5, 2014

The War on the Tea Party

Stalker’s Dream: Google Glass and Facial Recognition for the Common Man (do you still think you have any privacy)

Kurt Nimmo
February 5, 2014

It is an app called NameTag and is billed as the “first real-time facial recognition app for Google Glass.” According to the NameTag web page, the app “will allow users of Google Glass to capture images from their live video and scan them against photos from social media and dating sites, including more than 450,000 registered sex offenders.” The company that developed the app,, is busy at work creating the technology that will “allow the scanning of profile photos from dating sites such as, and The technology will allow users to scan photos against the more than 450,000 entries in the National Sex Offender Registry and other criminal databases.” The app, now in beta, will be released this quarter. It is currently available for Google Glass beta testers. “I believe that this will make online dating and offline social interactions much safer and give us a far better understanding of the people around us,” according to NameTag inventor Kevin Alan Tussy. “It’s much easier to meet interesting new people when we can simply look at someone, see their Facebook, review their LinkedIn page or maybe even see their dating site profile. Often we were interacting with people blindly or not interacting at all. NameTag on Google Glass can change all that.” In a press release, Tussy says people will “choose whether or not they want their name and information displayed to others. It’s not about invading anyone’s privacy; it’s about connecting people that want to be connected.” Imagine, though, what will happen when this technology escapes from the zoo. It will be a dream come true for kidnappers, stalkers, extortionists, and unethical salesmen – a nightmare pandora’s box of high-tech facilitated abuse.

TSA Blasted For Dishonest Response to Whistleblower’s Exposé (tsa are corrupt criminals running loose)

Paul Joseph Watson
February 5, 2014

The TSA’s glib response to a former employee’s damning exposé of the federal agency has been blasted as an exercise in propaganda by a deluge of respondents who flooded the official TSA blog to pour scorn on the agency’s claim that ex-screener Jason Harrington’s article was a mischaracterization.
Image: TSA (YouTube).
Last week, Harrington wrote a piece for Politico Magazine in which he lifted the lid on the endemic corruption that pervades the TSA, revealing how TSA screeners laughed at naked images of passengers, deliberately targeted attractive women, operated dangerous full body scanners while being fully aware of the fact that they didn’t work, punished travelers who didn’t display the right attitude, and a whole host more.
The TSA’s Assistant Administrator LuAnn Canipe responded on the agency’s official blog website by claiming Harrington’s article was a mischaracterization of TSA procedures, adding that many of them were no longer in place. The response attempts to make the case that “the TSA of today” is an entirely different entity which is unrecognizable from that depicted in Harrington’s exposé.
At no point does Canipe’s response admit fault on behalf of the TSA, nor does it actually mention a single example of how Harrington supposedly mischaracterized the agency’s policies.
The response to the TSA’s ‘rebuttal’ of Harrington’s article was explosive, with numerous people expressing fury at the agency’s failure to admit responsibility for its onerous past policies, while others expressed derision at the claim that the TSA was a completely changed outfit, pointing out that the vast majority of its inane policies are still very much in place.
Out of the dozens of comments left in response to the post, just two side with the TSA. Judging by the number of people complaining that their previous posts had been censored, the TSA has also been busy deleting a number of additional negative comments.
Here are some of the best comments posted on the TSA blog;
TSA is still electronically strip searching people.
TSA is still feeling peoples breasts, crotches, and buttocks.
TSA is depriving people of common LGA’s without cause.
TSA is still forcing most people to remove shoes, belts, and jackets.
TSA is still treating people like cattle complete with barked orders.
Sure looks like the same old TSA to me.
“Many of the TSA procedures and policies referenced in a recent opinion piece are no longer in place or are characterized inaccurately..”
You are overlooking the most important point. TSA decided to subject travelers to x-rays, take naked pictures of travelers, and feel up children. An agency that could ever think that subjecting people en masse to medically unnecessary x-rays is acceptable is an agency that is deeply flawed at the most fundamental level. You cannot say you are protecting people from one threat while you are exposing them to another–especially when the odds of dying from radiation-related conditions are higher than the odds of dying in a terror attack. If TSA cannot figure out that fundamental principle, TSA has no business existing. Your credibility as a security agency was destroyed the moment you installed the first backscatter scanner in an airport and started harming the people you were supposed to protect.
You are offering rebuttal to an article without providing any context to it. You declined to either link to it or refer to it by name. That doesn’t conform to any journalistic standards that we see elsewhere online from reputable media. Are you afraid of the public reading this article if they haven’t already seen it?
The only real problem with the response to the article is that TSA has NEVER accepted responsibility for its gross mistakes and pointless behaviors. That you don’t do so now is to be anticipated, but certainly can’t be taken as a sign that anything has changed.
This is not a “new” TSA, it’s a pig with lipstick! They go on about how the policy and procedures and machinery has changed since his resignation. However, now it’s more of a problem with the employees who continue to run roughshod over innocent people. (Retaliatory waiting time) (Harassing attractive women and medically disabled people) And this ‘threats are detected using software’ claim? As in ATD? (Automated threat detection). Jonathan Corbett was also able to get around that as well! New machines, yet still obsolete! Add to the fact that the lines are still dangerously (yes dangerously) long and people wanting to cause mayhem could easily do just that while in the line!
Not only did TSA install Whole Body Xray devices they went on to lie about the clarity of the images these devices created.
TSA lied about the testing of the Backscatter Whole Body Strip Search machines claiming that independent agencies had tested the machines. We know now that that didn’t happen at all.
TSA lied about the ability of the Whole Body Xray (and MMW) scanners ability to not only store but transmit images. Contract specs required this ability.
TSA lied about the invasiveness of Pat Downs using words like “meet resistance” when what they should have been saying was genitals.
TSA has lied about TSA screenings where travelers have reported extremely abusive practices such as strip searches and other such events.
What the public has clearly learned is that TSA lies. TSA lies about anything and everything and nothing coming out of TSA can be considered truthful.
TSA has worked extremely hard to be known worldwide as the federal agency that is dishonest.
I don’t see any specific denials to what was in the article by the former TSA screener.
Clearly the article in Politico today hit a nerve, huh?
Is your response meant to suggest that a passenger could now carry a jar of apple butter through security? That that was just an old misunderstanding?
Are you saying that employees are no longer afraid of the amount of radiation coming from the AIT scanners?
Are you suggesting that you now do background checks on all TSA employees before they start work and that the agency is now a model of efficiency?
If not, what parts of Jason Harrington’s scathing indictment is incorrect?
How lawyerly of you, Ms. Canipe, to not once have actually denied anything that Mr. Harrington wrote.
Can I opt out of having my tax dollars go towards wonderful pieces of propaganda such as this, Ms. Canipe?

MSM Collapsing: NY Times Now “Irrelevant,” According to its Own Writers (never trust the main stream media)

Paul Joseph Watson
February 5, 2014

In another example of how the mainstream media is in a state of collapse, the New York Times’s own writers told a newspaper that NY Times opinion pieces are now seen as “irrelevant” and have no impact on public discourse whatsoever.
This is a stunning turnaround from as little as five years ago, when a New York Times opinion piece was viewed with respect and held a certain level of gravitas.
The New York Observer interviewed more than two dozen current and former NY Times writers, virtually all of whom were unanimous in acknowledging that the Old Gray Lady is becoming increasingly insignificant.
“I think the editorials are viewed by most reporters as largely irrelevant, and there’s not a lot of respect for the editorial page,” one source told the newspaper. “The editorials are dull, and that’s a cardinal sin.”
“They’re completely reflexively liberal, utterly predictable, usually poorly written and totally ineffectual,” said another. “I mean, just try and remember the last time that anybody was talking about one of those editorials. You know, I can think of one time recently, which is with the [Edward] Snowden stuff, but mostly nobody pays attention, and millions of dollars is being spent on that stuff.”
This is yet another consequence of the fact that more and more people are turning away from mainstream media as a result of its habitual efforts to twist the truth and deceive the public in order to serve the interests of the state.
The corporate press is in a blind panic because it is quickly losing its ability to dictate reality and shape narratives, which is why people like Hillary Clinton have bemoaned the fact that the establishment is “losing the Infowar” to newly emerging media sources.
In 2012, the New York Times reported a net loss of 85% on earnings as a result of lost advertising revenue due to dwindling readership figures, but they are actually not doing too badly in comparison to other mainstream news outlets.
From November 2012 to November 2013, MSNBC lost almost half its viewers over the course of just 12 months, shedding 45 per cent of its audience. CNN also lost 48 per cent of its viewers over the same time period.
The corporate press’ refusal to challenge authority and cover real issues has also led to record high levels of distrust in media. Last year, a Gallup poll found that just 23 per cent of Americans trust the institution of television news.

Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Daren Streblow: From the Womb to the Room

Ann Coulter: My Friend's Sister Died Because of nobamacare

Cops SWAT Innocent Family, Destroy Home Security Cameras To Cover Up Evidence This is what a militarized police state looks like

Armed militarized police in Iowa smashed their way into the home of an innocent family last week and discovered that they were being filmed on home security cameras. The response paints a vivid picture, as one officer ripped a camera from the wall, while another covered up a second camera to prevent the raid being documented.
WHO tv in Des Moines reports that Ankeny police carried out the raid in search of “someone they suspected of using stolen credit cards to buy clothes and electronics.”
The cameras, stationed around the property on the inside and outside, captured the moment that up to a dozen armed police dressed in helmets, ski-masks and riot gear marched up to the home of Sally Prince and prepared to smash her door in over what turned out to be nothing more than unfounded suspicion of minor fraud.
“This is over property purchased with a stolen credit card,” Prince told reporters, noting that if police had knocked she would have allowed them to execute a warrant to search the house. “It doesn’t make any sense to go to such extremes for something that simple.” Prince said.
“I’ve been so traumatized, I don’t sleep at night.” Mrs Prince added saying she is now afraid of staying in her home because of the police actions. “The police are supposed to protect and serve, not make you in fear of them – And I’m totally terrified of them now.” Prince said.
The police department told reporters that “they knocked first”. However, the surviving footage shows officers battering down the door within a couple of seconds of reaching it. The police also stated that they “do not have a written policy governing how search warrants are executed.”
Police have long been required to “knock-and-announce” before raids, in order to allow those inside the opportunity to avoid potential violent confrontation, in addition to damage to their property.
Indeed, as is related in the report on this incident, Mrs Prince’s son, recently honorably discharged from the Army, was legally carrying a firearm, and had drawn the weapon when he heard a commotion. “I stood up, I drew my weapon, I started to get myself together to get out the door, I heard someone in the main room say police. I re-holstered my weapon sat back down and put my hands in my lap,” Ross noted, pointing out that things could have turned out very differently.
In the end, none of the items listed on the warrant were found. Two people in the house were arrested on non-related charges, one for a probation violation and one for possession of illegal drugs – which in itself raises questions.
Recently, federal appeals courts have ruled that it is not a violation of the Fourth Amendment to use a SWAT team to perform a regulatory inspection of someone’s home in cases like this.
This is what a militarized police state in America looks like. Increasingly, any kind of felony is being responded to with armed raids, often during which people and pets are injured or even killed.

Suicide Rates Will Skyrocket Due to Obamacare

Kit Daniels
February 4, 2014

Suicide rates in the U.S. will increase dramatically as 2.5 million Americans lose their jobs in the next 10 years due to Obamacare, following the current rise of suicides in Spain where over 4.8 million are unemployed.
Obamacare will cause America to follow Spain’s lead in unemployment and the correlated suicide rates.
Today the Congressional Budget Office admitted that Obamacare will lead to 2.5 million fewer workers by 2024 and last Friday, Spain’s National Institute of Statistics revealed that Spain’s suicide rate is the highest in eight years as Spaniards struggle with over 26% unemployment.
Suicide emerged as the leading cause of death amongst young men in Spain as the country’s youth unemployment hit a staggering 57.7% in the past quarter.
Suicides are already on the rise in America as the still lingering 2007 financial crisis keeps millions of Americans impoverished with very few economic opportunities.
“The increase [in suicides] does coincide with a decrease in financial standing for a lot of families over the same time period,” Dr. Ileana Arias, the Deputy Director for the Centers for Disease Control, said to the New York Times.
Obamacare is already destroying what remains of the economy by killing jobs through its employer mandate, which requires businesses with 50 or more full-time employees to provide health insurance for each worker or pay a fine of $2,000 to $3,000 per worker, starting in Jan. 2015.
This is a Catch-22 for many business owners considering that Obamacare has caused insurance premiums to soar.
To avoid these costs, which would bankrupt thousands of businesses across America, owners are now relying on part-time workers more than ever to stay under the magical threshold of 50 full-time employees.
“Obamacare actually gives business owners incentive to cut hours and turn full-time workers into part-time workers,” Michael Snyder wrote. “According to the Wall Street Journal and other prominent publications this is already happening all over the United States.”
This is why millions of Americans will struggle to find work in the coming years and this is why suicide rates will explode as a result.

UK Cop Caught Framing Citizen Journalist On Camera

Mikael Thalen
February 04, 2014

A citizen journalist was assaulted and set up by a UK police officer late last week while covering a fracking protest in Barton Moss, England.
Revealed by a YouTube video, the unknown officer can first be seen assaulting and knocking over the journalist as he attempts to film an arrest by police. Continuing to be shoved away from the scene, the journalist is suddenly accused of drinking, a clear attempt by the officer to intimidate and coerce the man into leaving.
“Are you drunk? Have you been drinking this morning,” the officer begins repeating.
Incredibly, as other police approach the altercation, the officer begins blatantly accusing the journalist of admitting to drinking. Despite the video clearly exonerating the journalist, the officer continues to fabricate claims, next accusing the man of driving drunk.
“He’s come in a car this morning, I smell alcohol on his breath,” the officer boldly claims. “He’s already admitted to having a drink.”
After ignoring the journalist’s requests to know whether or not he has been arrested, the officer goes on to illegally detain the man, pushing him to take a roadside breathalyzer test.
“I’m a pedestrian on a public footpath,” the journalist repeats.
The officer goes on to contradict himself several times, telling fellow officers that the journalist absolutely drove drunk to the protest before suddenly switching to mere suspicion.
After being handed off to a group of new officers, the journalist continues to be accused of drinking and driving as a new officer pushes the man to take a breath test.
“If you refuse to provide a specimen of breath of breath you will be arrested,” an officer says.
Unsurprisingly, the new officer decides to claim that the journalist was seen driving as well. After refusing multiple requests to submit to a breath test, obviously fearing a further set up, the journalist is arrested as his camera is shut off.
The shocking video evidence represents the increasingly bold corruption of police officers, not only willing to commit serious crimes on camera, but clearly confident in the fact that no disciplinary action will be taken.

Monday, February 3, 2014