Israeli Professor: Rape Palestinian Sisters and Mothers To Stop Terrorism

Brandon TurbevilleActivist PostAs bombs rain down upon Gaza and Israeli troops march forward with tanks and bulldozers, a recent radio interview conducted on Israeli radio is drawing some criticism from across the world as well as in Israel. Although the interview was conducted nearly three weeks ago, shortly after the bodies of three Israeli teens were found after being kidnapped and murdered, Dr. Mordechai Kedar stated that the only way to force “terrorists” to think twice about their actions is the threat of the rape of their sisters and mothers. A Middle East scholar from Bar-Ilan University in Israel, Dr.

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Human Rights Watch Blasts the FBI’s ‘Terror Informant’ Industry

21st Century Wire says…After over a decade of the War on Terror, the facade is beginning to crumble for US federal agencies who have been pretending they’ve saved us from countless ‘terror plots’ at home (read the full report by Human Rights Watch below)…Here one prime example of the FBI’s Informant Industry – ever since the two Tsarnaev brothers were announced by the FBI as their “prime suspects” in the Boston Bombing which occurred on Monday April 15th, 2013, every major US media network and government agency have assumed that the said suspects are guilty – based solely a single

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Banker Deaths Climb to 15, as Goldman Sachs Managing Director Found Dead

Melissa MeltonActivist PostAnother high level banker has been found dead.Nicholas Valtz, a 39-year old managing director at Goldman Sachs Group Inc. in New York, was found dead Sunday afternoon in Napeague Harbor where he had reportedly gone earlier that day to kiteboard. Valtz’ body was found still tied to his kite.Kiteboarding, also called kitesurfing, combines elements of windsurfing and paragliding which can garner speeds of up to 40 mph. His brother told Bloomberg that Valtz was still new to the sport.“As a cross-asset sales executive, he helped manage orders for trading clients and pitch

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Oregon Votes to Legalize Recreational Marijuana This November

Phillip SmithActivist PostThe New Approach Oregon marijuana legalization initiative has qualified for the November ballot, the secretary of state’s office reported today.It won’t get a measure number until next month.First word came in an email from New Approach Oregon’s Anthony Johnson. When the Chronicle contacted Johnson to confirm the email, he said “I got the call from the secretary of state’s office today.”The initiative had needed some 87,000 valid voter signatures to qualify; it handed in about 145,000 a couple of weeks ago.That means Oregon will join Alaska in voting on marijuana legalization this year. The District of Columbia is

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Biohackers Are Engineering Yeast to Make THC

“[...]A biotech startup working in Ireland is actively trying to transplant the genetic information that codes for both THC and another cannabinoid called CBD into yeast so that new medicinal (and, perhaps recreational) “marijuana” can be grown in a lab—no plants necessary. The goal here, at first, isn’t to create another way for people to get high. Instead, it’ll be using the ability to quickly and precisely modify THC content to create more specialized treatments for specific diseases…”

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Brazil's GM Soy Tied Up Over Trade Dispute With Monsanto

Heather CallaghanActivist PostBrazil is the world’s number one exporter of soy. It is Monsanto’s biggest market after the United States. The USDA expects Brazil to break records next year with 91 million tons of soybean production, but has said the U.S. could replace Brazil as the world’s top soybean exporter.Could that have anything to do with a current trade dispute?Monsanto wants commodity trading companies to make sure farmers pay up. Royalty fees, that is. There’s just one problem…The trading firms don’t want to get involved.Monsanto, infamous for suing farmers around the globe, is demanding extra assurance for royalty payments on

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Survival or extinction

By Kevin Galalae
Man or nature
(Photo credit: theilr/Flickr)
(Part 15)
(INTELLIHUB) — In the previous chapter I arrived at the conclusion that the best way to rescue human civilization from self-destruction and collapse is to open the borders, create a parallel and global civilization that is sustainable and nurture it until it grows strong enough and sufficiently attractive to absorb all other people within its fold.
By starting from scratch there will be no structural obstacles to overcome and by separating the new from the old the existing social structures will remain relatively undisturbed and capable of sustaining the emerging global community of Cities

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76-year-old veteran arrested for asking city official to please speak louder

Mike Steward | Free Thought Project

(Greenville, TN) — During an Industrial Development Meeting at Greeneville Light and Power, US Veteran, Eddie Overholt was arrested.
Mayor Alan Broyles and board members were discussing a particularly unpopular decision. Up for debate was the option to submit a second application to TDOT that would allow a private company, US Nitrogen, to install and run wastewater pipes to the Nolichucky River.
The decision would allow US Nitrogen access to free water as well as a free place to dump their wastewater, instead of reaching an agreement with the local water utility.
Being that the details of this

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‘Tokyo should no longer be inhabited’, Japanese doctor warns residents regarding radiation

By David Gutierrez | Natural News
In an essay addressed to his colleagues, Japanese doctor Shigeru Mita has explained why he recently moved away from Tokyo to restart his practice in western Japan: He believes that Tokyo is no longer safe to inhabit due to radioactive contamination caused by the March 11, 2011, meltdowns at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant.
The essay, titled “Why did I leave Tokyo?” was published in the newsletter of the Association of Doctors in Kodaira, metropolitan Tokyo.
Soil tests prove contamination
Dr. Mita opens his essay by contextualizing his decision to leave, noting that he had a long history

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Prescriptions or Plants: Time for a New Medicinal Mindset?

E. Dahl, Prevent DiseaseWaking Times
A word is a thought expressed, and it has been said that our thoughts speak louder than our words. The power of the mind is still virtually unknown. A light switch turns on and off and the differences are apparent, and the same holds true for our perception and how we believe. It is my personal belief that we will either our sickness or our well-being; we have the ability to anticipate success or failure. As an example, if you receive a terminal diagnosis, you either turn the switch off or allow it to come into

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