Tuesday 22 July 2014

The War Criminals: Take a Good Look, This is What Psychopaths Look Like

The War Criminals Who Rule America Prepare To Genocide The Palestinians For The Jews

By Montecristo 

US SEnate unanimously passes

With psychopaths like this in charge,
what hope for America?

No dissenting vote was cast, and no mention was made of the hundreds of Palestinian civilians, most of whom are women and children, that have been killed by Israel in the past ten days.
Senate Resolution 498 was authored by Bob Menendez (D-NJ) and Lindsey Graham (R-SC), with additional support by Ben Cardin (D-MD) and son of former Republican party politician Ron Paul, Rand Paul (R-KY).
Paul is urging the Senate to pass his own bill, S. 2265, which would end all U.S. foreign aid to the Palestinian Authority until Hamas is barred from the new Palestinian unity government, among other stipulations.
The resolution was passed on the very same night Israel launched its current ground offensive into the Gaza Strip.
The United States and Israel, this past week, signed an agreement under which $429 million of American taxpayers’ money “will be transferred immediately to Israel” to further fund the Iron Dome missile system, which has recently come under scrutiny by prize winning Israeli defense and aerospace engineering expert Dr. Moti Shefer.

“Those who can make you believe absurdities
can make you commit atrocities.”
— Voltaire

John Scott Montecristo is the editor of this website. He is Lasha Darkmoon’s cousin.

Monday 21 July 2014

MSG is bad for you

 You can forgive some for not yet knowing this as the evidence of the negative effects of mono-sodium glutamate have only come to full fruition within the last 10 years.
A meta-analysis published in 2006 (Freeman, 2006) still maintained that, much as a study published in 2000 in the Journal of Nutrition (Walker & Lupien, 2000) had also found, there was no clinical data to suspect any real negative effects. Evidence of its danger only started popping up in 2006, first emerging in a rat model showing real liver and brain damage following a dose as low as 4 mg/kg, and damage being mitigated by vitamin C (Farombi et al, 2006).
2006 appears to be the year when the research switched from showing inconclusive effects up to 30 mg/kg to clear negative effects by more plausible 4 mg/kg doses. In 2008 came a study in the Journal of Autoimmunology reinforcing the findings showing liver damage, and also indicating a role in contributing to obesity in a mouse model (Nakanishi et al, 2008). The liver damage was again confirmed in 2009, this time contributing to non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (Collison et al, 2009).
Liver damage was once again confirmed both in 2011 in another mouse model (Bhattacharva et al, 2011) and a rat model (Eweka et al, 2011), and verified again in 2012 with a feline model (Collison et al, 2012).
Since 2012, MSG has been used in experiments to cause liver or brain damage, as in  Horvath et al, 2013, which investigated neural development using MSG to hinder proper development. It is now clear that MSG impacts essentially all mammals negatively, and not just those individuals who are hypersensitive.
To put this in perspective: we have gone from concluding through meta-analysis that MSG has any real negative effects to using it to cause neurological problems in a rat model. Science is not perfect, and it frequently takes years to determine the wide-reaching effects of many additives in our food.
Despite the new science, the FDA has  still not updated their stance since 2012, and maintains that MSG is generally safe.since 2012, and maintains that MSG is generally safe.
Much as  aspartame has also emerged as negatively impacting gut flora, it would not be surprising if many other common food additives are found to impact our biology in ways we did not anticipate. This is especially likely since the effects tend to add onto each other, as was shown in a recent study investigating the neurological effects of MSG and aspartame (Abu-Taweel GM et al, 2014).

Israeli shelling rocks Gaza; Palestinian toll tops 500

'This mission cannot be completed until the strategic threat of tunnels is lifted,' says an Israeli official
Gaza’s neighborhoods came under heavy shelling Monday as rockets continued to fly into Israel, and armed encounters between the sides claimed more lives ahead of U.S Secretary of State John F. Kerry’s  expected arrival in the region.
Even as Kerry and U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon prepare to weigh in and Hamas leader Khaled Meshaal was set to meet with Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas in Qatar, a cease-fire seemed far off and the crisis deeper than ever.
More Palestinians were on the move Monday morning as Israel’s military dropped leaflets advising residents of two refugee camps around Khan Younis to evacuate. Fierce bombing continued overnight, killing at least 34 people, according to Palestinian reports.
One airstrike killed 11 members of the Siyam family in Rafah; in Khan Younis, 16 members of the Abu Jami family died when their house was shelled, the Palestinian news agency Maan reported.
In Shajaiya, emergency teams recovered more bodies from rubble left Sunday by an Israeli bombardment, pushing the Palestinian death toll in the two-week crisis above 500.
Casualties also mounted on the Israeli side as the military pushed deeper into crowded neighborhoods of Gaza in search of an elaborate network of tunnels dug under the strip to harbor weaponry and militants. Militants engaged ground forces with gunfire, antitank missiles and explosives. One fierce battle ended with 10 dead militants; Israeli casualties were not immediately reported.
Since the ground operation began, 18 Israeli soldiers have been killed, including two U.S. citizens, and more than 80 injured.
About 59,000 Israeli reservists are already on active duty as the army stands by for government instructions to expand the operation in numbers and targets if needed. Israeli leaders said Monday that all options were on the table and that the operation would not end before the tunnels that burrow into its territory have been destroyed.
“This is not the time to talk of a cease-fire,” Israeli Cabinet member Gilad Erdan told reporters outside Barzilai hospital in Ashkelon on Monday. “This mission cannot be completed until the strategic threat of tunnels is lifted,” Erdan said, adding that Israel’s military should stay in the northern perimeter of Gaza until an arrangement that would demilitarize Gaza in the long term was achieved.
Several other Cabinet members indicated Monday that the operation was not about to end.
After security consultations with his defense minister and army chief of staff, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said the operation would be “expanded until the goal is achieved -- restoring quiet to the citizens of Israel for a long period.”
Since Thursday, 43 shafts leading to 16 tunnels in various locations throughout the Gaza Strip have been uncovered by troops and six tunnels have been destroyed with explosives and other means, according to military officials. Netanyahu said the results of the military campaign against the tunnels “exceeded expectations.”
At least 10 militants were killed Monday morning after infiltrating into Israel through a tunnel emerging near the border with Gaza and firing an antitank missile at an army jeep. It was the third such infiltration by militants into Israel via tunnel in two days, underscoring Israel’s concern about cross-border tunnels.  
In the latest incident, roads were blocked and the residents of several communities were instructed to lock themselves in their homes while the army combed houses and countryside. The army has increased deployment in and around the communities near Gaza to counter the increasing attempts.  
Although appearing slightly diminished in scope and range, rocket fire into Israel has persisted throughout the operation despite the destruction of around 3,000 rocket launchers, according to army officials.
Officials say that Israel has found a working, if not hermetic, answer to incoming rockets with the Iron Dome air-defense system but that the Palestinians retain about 50% of their arsenal. Barrages targeted the south of Israel on Monday morning, with another volley intercepted over Tel Aviv.
Increasingly, Israeli officials speak of the need for a long-term demilitarization of Gaza after a cease-fire is reached. “This is something we will discuss with the international community,” Justice Minister Tzipi Livni told reporters over the phone. For now, however, the operation remains focused on the tunnels, she said.
There was no official comment on a report in the London-based Arabic-language newspaper Al-Arab on Monday claiming Israel recently bombed weapons earmarked for Hamas and stored in a warehouse in Sudan, north of Khartoum.
Sobelman is a special correspondent.

Sunday 20 July 2014

' Apollo 11's historic trip to the moon marks its 45th anniversary

FILE - In this July 20, 1969 file photo provided by NASA shows astronaut Edwin E. "Buzz" Aldrin Jr. posing for a photograph beside the U.S. flag deployed on the moon during the Apollo 11 mission. Aldrin and fellow astronaut Neil Armstrong were the first men to walk on the lunar surface. The trio was launched to the moon by a Saturn V launch vehicle at 9:32 a.m. EDT, July 16, 1969. They departed the moon July 21, 1969. (AP Photo/NASA, Neil Armstrong, File)
The year was 1969. The turbulent time in America saw troops fighting in Vietnam, and a nation dealing with the assassinations of President John F. Kennedy, killed in 1963, and Robert Kennedy and Martin Luther King Jr., both murdered in 1968.

Then came that one small step.

Forty-five years ago today, 500 million people around the world witnessed American astronauts Neil Armstrong, Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin and Michael Collins as they embarked on the Apollo 11 mission to the moon.

Apollo 11 landed on the moon on July 20, 1969, and six hours later Armstrong was the first man to step on the moon's surface, delivering those iconic words: "One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind."


Armstrong, during the trailblazing mission, spent a little more than two hours outside the spacecraft, which was piloted by Collins. Aldrin spent slightly less time than Armstrong on the moon's surface, and together the men collected almost 50 pounds of lunar material to return to the Earth, according to the NASA website.
"One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind."
- Astronaut Neil Armstrong
The mission officially began at about 9:32 a.m. (ET). the morning of July 20, 1969, when the engines fired and Apollo 11 cleared the tower.

About 12 minutes later, the crew was in Earth orbit.

After one and a half orbits, Apollo 11 gets a "go" for what mission controllers call "Translunar Injection" -- in other words, it's time to head for the moon. Three days later the crew is in lunar orbit. A day after that, Armstrong and Aldrin climb into the lunar module Eagle and begin the descent, while Collins orbits in the command module Columbia.

Saturday 19 July 2014

Report: Russia to reopen spy base in Cuba - Americas - Al Jazeera English

Report: Russia to reopen spy base in Cuba - Americas - Al Jazeera English

FIVE Reasons WhyYou Should Despise WalMart

As a consumer, I prefer low prices just as much as the next guy, because who wants to pay more when they don’t have to? Quality does not go hand-in-hand with price, but for many household and everyday items: this does turn out to be the case. Although I prefer low prices, I am not always willing to trade quality for price. However, for the occasions that I am, I usually frequent Wal-Mart to pick up what it is that I need at the lowest price.
With over 4,000 stores around the world, the Wal-Mart corporation is doing pretty well for itself. Every day the company accumulates roughly $36 million per hour, this works out to be roughly $2 million in profit every single day. With over $405 billion in annual sales, over 100 million consumers visit a Wal-Mart store every week. The majority of their visitors are families that are earning less than $40,000 annually. More recently, Wal-Mart sales haven’t been seeing the same profits that they once were: people don’t have a lot of money to spend, but somewhere their dislike for Wal-Mart surpasses the cost factor. Now, Wal-Mart is additionally struggling to keep up with other online competition and stores that offer similar low prices.
1. Wal-Mart And Third-Party Problems
Numerous lawsuits have been launched against the corporation, most notably those that claim Wal-Mart violated federal and state labor laws. A recent settlement for $21 million was reached between the corporation and Schneider Logistics, Inc., following years of labor violations claims and ongoing investigation into a particular Wal-Mart warehouse at Riverside County, CA. The labor violations affected over 1,800 workers who claim that the company paid them less than minimum wage, withheld breaks, benefits, and overtime compensation. The lawsuit covers workers from 3 Mira Loma facilities between the years of 2001 to 2013. It is a subsidiary of Schneider Logistics Inc. that will be forking over the $21 million dollar paycheck: it won’t be coming from the Wal-Mart corporation. Schneider Logistics Inc., oversees various warehouse properties and the firm is worth roughly $3.5 billion in annual sales.
Unfortunately, it isn’t so much Wal-Mart’s fault as it is third party businesses, contractors, logistics companies, and the like that Wal-Mart uses to keep down costs. Although, Wal-Mart does issue their own Standards for Suppliers mission of having safety and well-being for all workers across their supply chain, it is unclear how well (if at all) this is enforced. Wal-Mart teams up with various logistics companies, like Schneider, who then hire employees through subcontractors, and they should understandably be following the labor laws within their respective areas. Schneider Inc. has settled previous settlements that were of a similar nature, most recently was one from last December for $4.7 million.
The question thus becomes: why does Wal-Mart insists on doing business with unreliable and unethical contractors?
walmarts2. Government Prosecution Against Wal-Mart For Workers Rights Violations
Last year the government decided to prosecute Wal-Mart for having illegally fired numerous employees. The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) made the statement that there was validity to the various claims that the corporation violated the rights of many workers when they threatened, disciplined, and even terminated employees for having engaged in legally protected strikes and protests. The dispute remains ongoing between the NLRB and Wal-Mart, so far Wal-Mart has challenged the accusations and claimed that the company was within its rights when it disciplined workers for taking part in short strikes.
3. Paying CEOs For Namesake
Despite continually declining sales, top executives still receive incredible bonuses. Traditionally, the corporation will issue bonuses if sales grow by 2 percent, for the fiscal year of 2014 however, sales only grew by 1.8 percent, yet executives were still paid large bonuses totaling millions of dollars.
The corporation habitually violates legislation in order to seek further profit, fueling the growing public dissent toward the corporation and its executives. For the year of 2014, Walmart US CEO William Simon’s contract was one which afforded him with the opportunity to earn a $1.5 million bonus on top of his $10 million salary and stock awards, if that 2 percent growth was met. He profited even though that contractual agreement was never met. This is a pattern within the corporation: funneling profit toward executives at a rate that is grossly out-of-tune with the pay award method that is used and applied for associates.
walmartss4. Exploits Tax Breaks For Bonuses
According to the Institute for Policy Studies (IPS), the corporation continues to exploit tax breaks in order to reward executives. In its report, Walmart’s Executive Bonuses Cost Taxpayers Millions, the IPS details that the corporation exploits a tax loophole that allows it to deduct unlimited amounts from its income taxes for the cost of executive compensation, if it is in the form of stock options and other “performance pay.”
Walmart’s recently retired President & CEO, Michael T. Duke, who made over $116 million in his 8+ years working for the company. His work “performance pay” alone translates into a taxpayer subsidy for the corporation that is worth over $40 million.
5. A Bevy Of Unhealthy Products
A majority of the food items that are sold in Wal-Mart are highly-processed, contain unhealthy amounts of sugar, high-fructose corn syrup, and other harmful ingredients to your health. Aside from food, it also supplies supplements, make-up, and other items with toxic chemicals and ingredients that can have a serious negative impact on your bodies and health when used improperly or for extended periods of time. Despite the abundance of unhealthy food options, the chain is increasingly looking toward providing more organic food options as consumers continue to fuel this trend in the market.
neighadaThe Future Of Wal-Mart
Attempts to expand the corporation and continue with the larger store model is a method that is rapidly becoming less effective as consumer habits continue to change. In May, the company reported its fifth consecutive quarter of negative sales in the U.S., excluding newly opened or closed stores, and its sixth straight quarter of dwindling traffic. It is expected that Wal-Mart will look toward encouraging smaller and more localized stores: they need to find something that can compete with the growing success of online competition like Amazon and the quickly expanding dollar-store chains. Currently, the corporation is testing a series of smaller stores, Wal-Mart To Go, which are similar to everyday corner-stores that average 10,000 to 40,000 square feet.
Still, none of these reforms actually deal with any of the 5 major problems we listed about Wal-Mart, and their decreasing market relevance is something we can celebrate.

Thursday 17 July 2014

Dont Talk to Police JUST KEEP QUIET!

An law school professor and former criminal defense attorney tells you why you should never agree to be interviewed by the police.

Pay ATTENTION. I was arrested and accused of dealing marijuana.I had over an ounce of marijuana in my possession. I REMAINED SILENT! Even when the officer said u help me I'll help u. Gimme something and I'll give ya lesser charges... STILL, I kept silent. The next day released on no post bond I contacted my lawyer. First thing he said---"Did you talk to the arresting cop" Nope was my reply. 6 days later I paid a fine of $100 for possession of small amount. No probation, no peeing in cups, no nothing...JUST KEEP QUIET!

This short documentary film widely exposes the New World Order's global control system.

Descent Into Tyranny

HOMELAND IN-SECURITY: Rise Of The Global Police State (Full Length) HD

it's sad seeing people so blind that do not understand that we are under attack. our freedoms are fading, I have written so many letters to my representatives and even Obama and the only response I get is that they will take our weapons and put tyranny in action. police state is on the rise and treat our vets like terrorists. we need to stand up and get our freedoms back. 

Tuesday 15 July 2014

40 Outrageous Facts That Most People Don't Know !

I present this information in Hopes that it Awakens people to the Real World and System in which they live in ! Given that laws change everyday , this info is Most accurate 

Global Unity Project: What The World Needs Right Now -- MIRROR & SHARE!!

Banned Episode Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura NWO Police State

Disney's Secret Sexual Messages Conspiracy - Conspiracy Cinema

Queen Rania at a press conference on Gaza

Report From Israel's Border with Gaza

While the Israeli cabinet deliberates whether to expand its current assault on the Gaza Strip, The Real News' Lia Tarachansky traveled to the Israeli border with the Gaza Strip.

 She reports on the barrage of rockets various militant groups inside the strip have been firing on Israeli population centers, and on the intensified bombardment campaign from the air and sea of the Strip.

Monday 14 July 2014

2014 FIFA World Cup Awards: Best Goal

Tim Cahill's stunning one-touch volley edged out a diving header from Robin Van Persie. (Getty Images)
Tim Cahill's stunning one-touch volley edged out a diving header from Robin Van Persie. (Getty Images)

The morning after. It's been a wild month-long World Cup sprint, but Mario Gotze's extra-time goal gave Germany the trophy over Argentina – and now we won't get any more World Cup action for four years. Before we pack it in (Premier League starts in just 33 days!), though, there's still time to take a quick look back at what transpired in Brazil.
The five members of the Eye on World Cup team got together (or exchanged one email each, in reality) and voted on four awards and a Best XI from the World Cup.