Monday, October 12, 2015

Update: Matt Drudge Challenges Obama ‘Give Up Your Guns’ #DisarmObama

News icon calls on President & Hillary to relinquish Secret Service protection
Update: Matt Drudge Challenges Obama 'Give Up Your Guns' #DisarmObama
by Paul Joseph Watson | October 12, 2015        

As the White House prepares more executive orders on gun control, Matt Drudge has sensationally challenged President Obama to give up his armed Secret Service protection.
During an impromptu appearance on the Alex Jones Show, Drudge also called on Hillary Clinton to relinquish her armed bodyguards.
“They’re all armed themselves, or they all have that security around them themselves. They don’t have to worry about [danger.] I challenge Hillary, take away your Secret Service. Take it away now. Take away your Secret Service; dismiss them. Have no security around you; have no guns around you, Hillary. I dare you. I dare you,” said Drudge.
“Obama, same thing. Drop your guns, Obama. Take your Secret Service away, Obama. Take it all away. Leave the White House unguarded, Obama. Let everybody know there’s no guns on the White House grounds, Obama.”
Drudge said that if either Hillary or Obama did this, within 30 seconds they would “no longer be on planet Earth.”

“So they’re asking us to drop our guns and to drop our security measures, or–or what?” said Drudge, adding that only “sick Americans” would support a move for widespread gun control.
“You can’t underestimate the sickness of the American people right now. They’re really sick. I’m more angry at the sick Americans than I am at Obama or Hillary. I’m really angry at the sick Americans,” said Drudge.
Earlier this week, the White House confirmed that Obama was preparing a series of new executive orders on gun control in the aftermath of last week’s shooting at the Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Oregon.
Residents of Roseburg responded by accusing the President of political grandstanding and vowing to protest his planned visit. A Facebook page set up to protest against the visit features an image of a doormat which reads “Not Welcome”.
Watch the full Matt Drudge interview below.

The #1 LIE You’ve Been Told All Your Life

You are not worthless & and you do have power
by Anthony Gucciardi | October 12, 2015        

Anthony Gucciardi talks with prominent writer and social commentator Paul Joseph Watson about the biggest lie we’ve all been told.

Sunday, October 11, 2015

British Pilots Given Green Light to Shoot Down Russian Jets

Russian officials seek clarification from military attaché in Moscow
by Kurt Nimmo | | October 11, 2015        

Following a report British defense officials have instructed fighter jet pilots to shoot down Russian jets over Syria, the military attaché at the British Embassy in Moscow was summoned to provide an explanation.
“He was handed a note with a request to provide official explanations on information, published in the British media, citing high-ranking sources in the Defense Ministry of the country, on alleged directives to use weapons against Russian aircraft ‘in case of threat to their lives,’ received by Royal Air Force pilots,” the statement read., according to a Press TV report.
On Sunday the Daily Star reported RAF fighter jets will be armed with air-to-air missiles and have been given the green light to shoot down “hostile” Russian planes.
“We need to protect our pilots but at the same time we’re taking a step closer to war. It will only take one plane to be shot down in an air-to-air battle and the whole landscape will change,” a source told the tabloid.
               “No one knows what the Russians will do next. We don’t know how they will respond if they come into contact with a Western jet. “When planes are flying at supersonic speeds the airspace gets crowded very quickly. There could be a collision or a Russian pilot might be mistakenly shot down,” the source said. Earlier this month Russian and American aircraft came within 20 miles of each other near the Turkish border. The American pilots were able to identify the Russian aircraft with their targeting cameras. The British newspaper lauded the ability of supersonic RAF Tornado aircraft and its Advanced Short Range Air-to-Air Missile that can reportedly fly three times the speed of sound. The Russian Ambassador in the UK Alexander Yakovenko told the UK Foreign Office to provide clarification. “We are concerned by media reports as far as they refer to senior members of the Cabinet. We urgently requested UK Foreign Office’s clarifications. At the same time, the hypothesis itself of a potential conflict between British and Russian aircraft in the skies over Iraq is incomprehensible. As it is known, the Russian jets are not involved in attacks on ISIL targets on its (Iraqi) territory,” Yakovenko said.

Friday, October 9, 2015

Video: Facebook Reportedly Censoring Anti-TPP Posts

Facebook has previously shown support for TPP
Video: Facebook Reportedly Censoring Anti-TPP Posts
by Kit Daniels | | October 9, 2015

Facebook is reportedly censoring an article critical of the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
Within the first 30 minutes of its publication on, the article entitled TPP to Kill Thousands by Expanding Monopoly Power of Drug Companies would constantly hit around 50 shares on the embedded Facebook counter, but then the counter would drop dramatically, as shown in these videos (watch enlarged version here):

This occurred several times over the 30 minute period and an investigation by IT staff found nothing unusual that could be interfering with the counter.
Facebook was similarly censoring an anti-GMO article back in July.
               “We’ve seen thousands of reports regarding the censorship of content by Facebook and others regarding the TPP, Monsanto and similar topics,” Anthony Gucciardi said regarding the censored article. “The bottom line here is that this article [was] being blocked across numerous platforms under the guise of a ‘security’ threat, when we know full well that these sites are perfectly safe.” The social media giant was also suppressing an article exposing the “Pope Kid” incident in which amnesty activists staged a PR stunt involving Pope Francis to promote illegal immigration. Not long after, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg was caught discussing the censorship of anti-migrant posts with German Chancellor Angela Merkel. “After being asked about Facebook’s efforts to curtail speech, Zuckerberg stated, ‘We need to do some work,’ confirming he’d already started looking at ways to hinder comments in opposition to Merkel’s immigration stance,” Mikael Thalen reported. The most recent article apparently censored by Facebook revealed how the TPP gives signatory countries the ability to grant pharmaceuticals three years of “market exclusivity” for new uses of old medicines, preventing cheaper, genetic drugs from competing. For example, the drug Zidovudine was first discovered as an effective cancer treatment in 1964 and years later, in 1987, it was also found to be effective against HIV, and under the TPP it would be illegal for generic drug makers to compete with the decades-old Zidovudine in the HIV market for at least three years. “Zidovudine cost about $7,000 per person per year at the monopoly price (new HIV indication) when it was introduced while the price of the generic version (cancer indication) had fallen to $70 per person per year by June 2013,” government watchdog group Public Citizen reported. “This is an example of the kind of price differences which could occur in TPP countries if they choose this implementation option of providing three-year monopolies for new indications.” Facebook has previously shown support for the TPP. SUBSCRIBE on YouTube:

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Thursday, October 8, 2015

How the TPP Could Lead to Worldwide Internet Censorship

Although politicians have come to a secret agreement, this democracy killing, corporate monstrosity still has to pass the U.S. Congress
How the TPP Could Lead to Worldwide Internet Censorship
Image Credits: GlobalTradeWatch.
by Michael Krieger | Liberty Blitzkrieg | October 8, 2015        

On Monday, we learned that global “leaders” had come to an agreement on the infamous Trans Pacific Partnership, or TPP. While discouraging, this doesn’t mean the game is over — far from it.
Although politicians have come to a secret agreement, this democracy killing, corporate monstrosity still has to pass the U.S. Congress. So it’s now up to all of us to create an insurmountable degree of opposition and make sure this thing is dead on arrival.
The more I learn about the TPP, the more horrified I become. In case you need to get up to speed, check out the following:
               U.S. State Department Upgrades Serial Human Rights Abuser Malaysia to Include it in the TPP Julian Assange on the TPP – “Deal Isn’t About Trade, It’s About Corporate Control” Trade Expert and TPP Whistleblower – “We Should Be Very Concerned about What’s Hidden in This Trade Deal” As the Senate Prepares to Vote on “Fast Track,” Here’s a Quick Primer on the Dangers of the TPP If that wasn’t enough to concern you, here’s the latest revelation. From Common Dreams:
The “disastrous” pro-corporate trade deal finalized Monday could kill the Internet as we know it, campaigners are warning, as they vow to keep up the fight against the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement between the U.S. and 11 Pacific Rim nations. “Internet users around the world should be very concerned about this ultra-secret pact,” said OpenMedia’s digital rights specialist Meghan Sali. “What we’re talking about here is global Internet censorship. It will criminalize our online activities, censor the Web, and cost everyday users money. This deal would never pass with the whole world watching—that’s why they’ve negotiated it in total secrecy.”
If that part isn’t obvious by now, I don’t know what is.
TPP opponents have claimed that under the agreement, “Internet Service Providers could be required to ‘police’ user activity (i.e. police YOU), take down Internet content, and cut people off from Internet access for common user-generated content.” Electronic Frontier Foundation’s (EFF) Maira Sutton wrote on Monday, “We have no reason to believe that the TPP has improved much at all from the last leaked version released in August, and we won’t know until the U.S. Trade Representative releases the text. So as long as it contains a retroactive 20-year copyright term extensionbans on circumventing DRMmassively disproportionate punishments for copyright infringement, and rules that criminalize investigative journalists and whistleblowers, we have to do everything we can to stop this agreement from getting signed, ratified, and put into force.” Furthermore, “The fact that close to 800 million Internet users’ rights to free expression, privacy, and access to knowledge online hinged upon the outcome of squabbles over trade rules on cars and milk is precisely why digital policy consideration[s] do not belong in trade agreements,”Sutton added, referring to the auto and dairy tariff provisions that reportedly held up the talks. “Successive leaks of the TPP have demonstrated that unless you are a big business sector, the [U.S. Trade Representative, or USTR] simply doesn’t care what you have to say,” wrote EFF’s Jeremy Malcolm.
“If you like your freedom of speech, you can keep your freedom of speech.” Brace yourselves for Obamatrade. In Liberty,
Michael Krieger

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