Monday, November 18, 2013

we know the drill

Food stamp opportunists who raided Walmart during EBT glitch to be cut off from program

Ethan A. Huff
Natural News
16 November 2013

"Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal recently announced that everyone who participated in fraud in his state by raiding stores and going on out-of-control shopping sprees will soon receive letters notifying them of either a temporary or permanent loss of benefits."

I know, I know. I need to sit down. But I just can't quit cheering. Way to go, Gov. Jindal!

Back in the late nineties, I witnessed a group of several folk (I was a cashier at a major grocery chain at the time) bring in three or four grocery carts filled to the brim with groceries...

And pay the whole kit n kaboodle with food stamps.

What were they buying? I remember a lot of lobster (no, not the frozen kind) and steaks and thick roasts and other very expensive items I couldn't even dream of purchasing.

But there it is. We know the drill.

the TPP is no joking matter

TPP’s Intellectual Property section also boosts GMO and drug monopolies

Rady Ananda
Activist Post
17 November 2013

"Built on the 1994 TRIPS Agreement (Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights), the leaked chapter of the TPP came from the 19th Round of Negotiations at Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei, and also covers the prosecution of copyright or intellectual property infringements or violations, criminalizing such infringements and requiring imprisonment for what is now a civil matter."

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unfortunately, not rare enough

Cannibalism In Syria Causes An Extremely Rare Disease 

Ted Shoebat
4 November 2013

"Its called Kuru, an extremely rare disease which virtually became extinct after extinguishing cannibalism in Papua New Guinea."

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'Victim's heart and tongue' with beans

Hat tips: Steve Quayle

not too fond of 'forcibly'

Australia Determined To Forcibly Vaccinate By Intentional and Controlled Release of Aerosolized GMO Vaccine

Dave Mihalovic
Prevent Disease 
15 November 2013

"The Office of the Gene Technology Regulator (OGTR) is on its way to approve a licence application from PaxVax Australia (PaxVax) for the intentional release of a GMO vaccine consisting of live bacteria into the environment in Queensland, South Australia, Western Australia and Victoria."

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Hat tip: From the Trenches World Report

the recent controversy over Typhoon Haiyan

Dutchsinse video prompts Filipino scientist to deny geophysics and HAARP technology

Rady Ananda
Activist Post
15 November 2013

"Not only do EM waves impact weather and earthquakes, but scientists have learned how to use these waves to do just that. Since the mid-1990s, with the creation of HAARP, the High-frequency Active Auroral Research Project, this technology has been developed and deployed. HAARP manipulates the ionosphere with directed radio waves that then target an area in ways that interfere with electronic communications, prompt earthquakes and yes, direct and enhance storms."

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Includes history of scientific advances in controlling weather
Report after 2010 Symposium
A lighter view of mere 'seeding' (2009)
Yes, China actually admitted it slam-dunked Beijing with a snowstorm (2009)
And meanwhile in the UK (2013)

I have been reading Dutchsinse for some time. While I do not have the expertise to comment on HAARP or what it does/might do, it is quite a curiousity that a consistent correlation can be presumed between the HAARP pulses and...

Severe weather.

His site is worth bookmarking.

wherein leaking secrets is not always a bad thing

Why Do We The People Have To Read TPP On Wikileaks?

Dave Johnson
Our Future
14 November 2013

"TPP is being secretly negotiated in what appears to be a directed process designed so that the outcome will represent the profit interests of giant, multinational corporations but not the interests of … anyone else. 600 corporate representatives are involved, with access to the full text. We the People are not involved and do not have access to the text at all in full or in part. Even members of Congress are restricted in what they can see and how they can see it."

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