The problem with not voting for political parties is that is just a name the same people would just run as no party candidates and vote together as before...the 2000 & 2004 elections were rigged... Karl Rove rigged Ohio to flip the count after the vote counting computers crashed and again in 2012 when he freaked out on FOX because the vote was not flipped after the same computers crashed 1 minute apart from 2004.....depends on what type of virus air water food borne virus , so yes, it was rigged last election. After they had Paul out of the way the money men had their bets covered with both Obama and Romney. I'm afraid if we can't get a hold of this election fraud before 2016 they might even have us believe Jeb Bush was elected fairly. But anyone who can look at what went on in the last election can clearly see that neither of these parties have the people's interests in mind. They are bought and sold and then sold to us.
My brothers and sisters. We are all in biblical times. Apocalypse (Revelation) 8:11 And the name of the star is called Wormwood. And the third part of the waters became wormwood; and many men died of the waters, because they were made bitter. (Do not drink water at that time) Also, When the 2 Suns appears in the sky, Signs of the coming of Jesus! 3 Days of Darkness will follow! Peace be with you all!
More and more young people simply will NEVER be able to pay off their debt. The average college educated student MUST be paid $50,000 / Year after taxes to be able to get out of a hole the US Economic System created forcefully for us!
"Amazon website founder to purchase "The Washington Post", scientists cook up homegrown beef & Jay Carney refuses to provide any information about the "terror threats". Typical answers from a carnival bullshit artist!"
Original release: 8/6/13.
the debt is so high and un-payable that we keep getting money loaned just so we can service the interest. Its like the credit companies that hawk in and loan money to people who can not pay it back. Not sure if there is international bankruptcy law, but I could see the US forfeiting its assets. Oh yeah we already are doing so. "In other words, these are promises that the government made but which the government can break at any time." Social Security, Medicare, and VA health benefits: I'm too young for the first two and my contributions to them will likely never be realized. However, I would be dead without VA healthcare. This article potentially took several years off of my life expectancy, so thanks because I'm not at all sure that I want to live long enough to see this thing through to the end. Unfortunately, there's nothing I can do to help out the younger generation that will likely not see any of these benefits. Even people who, for whatever reason, did not enroll in the VA within their first 180 days of leaving the military are cast into the mix of easily forgotten. Fighting for this nation was a mistake in the grand scheme of things even though I don't regret anything that I did on a personal level. I would never sign up again though, and neither would most of the veterans who I know.
Oscar-winning film director Oliver Stone weighed in on the controversy surrounding National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden, hailing him a hero at a news conference in Tokyo on Monday (August 12).
Russia has granted a year's asylum to Snowden, whose disclosures triggered an international furor over the reach of U.S. spy operations as part of its counterterrorism efforts.
"Snowden is a hero to me. Edward Snowden is a hero. Because he did this not for profit, not to give, exchange, give secrets away that could hurt our country supposedly. I haven't seen one evidence of that. He is doing it out of conscience. The higher law of his conscience is dictated it. He sacrificed his life for this," Stone said.
He praised Russian president Vladimir Putin for 'doing the right thing' and standing up to a United States, which he said, has used the threat of terror attacks as an excuse for more Orwellian control.
"But this is big brother in a way that Orwell could never foresee. They can see into every home. Obama says 'Well, don't worry about it, we're not listening in.' Yeah, but you could listen in and we know that somebody in the future, if it's not you, it could be Mr. Bush three, who comes along or, Miss Hillary Clinton, whatever," Stone said.
Washington's inability to persuade Russia to return Snowden to the United States has curdled U.S. relations with Russia.
Obama cancelled a planned summit in Moscow with President Vladimir Putin, although the two countries held high-level political and defence talks in Washington last week.
The academy-award winning director known for films like 'Platoon' and 'Wall Street' is in Tokyo with historian Peter Kuznick to promote his book and ten-part documentary called 'The Untold History of the United States.'
The documentary series looks at the underbelly of American diplomacy by shining light at events that were under-reported at the time but crucially shaped America's history during the 20th century.
He added that more countries had to say 'no' to America, including Japan, whose interest, he says, is aligned with China in the long term.
But added Japan should also look at its past history too.
"Don't look at China as your enemy. Start seeing it differently. Start by apologising. Start by apologising to China for what you did in China and all the people you have killed there. Start apologising for that," Stone said.
Relations between the world's second-and third-largest economies have now been hostile for months, with a row over disputed islands adding to wartime bitterness and a regional rivalry.
Bitter memories of Japan's military occupation still run deep in China and in South Korea during Japan's colonial rule from 1910-1945.
He said Japan would surprise the world and thaw relations with its neighbours if it started recognising its own past.
"What if Japan did that tomorrow? Wow. It would be like a spring. A thaw. A new world beginning. And then China would suddenly look at Japan a little differently instead of hating Japan."
Stone mentioned that producing the documentary was the most fulfilling film experience he has ever had and reinforced the belief that he was doing the right thing.
He visited Nagasaki and Hiroshima and will be leaving Japan on August 15 (Thursday).
White House's artificial terror threat
On the Monday, August 12 transmission of Infowars Live, Alex breaks down a Yemeni security official's declaration that Obama's terror threat alert had "no basis in fact," new developments in the Edward Snowden saga and the DOJ's announcement to cut mandatory sentences for non-violent offenders. We'll also analyze the ramped up drone strikes killing suspected Al-Qaeda "militants" in Yemen, and how continuance of the artificial War on Terror helps prop up the NSA surveillance grid. Alex also examines the porousness of the Mexican border, and why the IRS is refusing to respond to questions regarding their need for semi-automatic AR-15's designed for "standoff capability," while Obama vacations in a $7.6 million, 5,000-square foot retreat at Martha's Vineyard. On today's show, Alex welcomes investigative reporter Heidi Stevenson to break down her research into the human papillomavirus vaccine Gardasil and how it appears to damage female reproduction.
Ironic that Obama talks about differences with Russia on things like human rights, while trying to BLOCK Snowdens universal human right of asylum.
With all the recent revelations about the NSA and all the companies that are working with them to give away our information, it seems impossible to have any kind of privacy on the internet. In actuality, while there might not be a way to 100% protect yourself all of the time, there are many other options out there that we can take to start to opt-out of Prism and put security barriers in between our personal information and the spying eyes of the government. Luke Rudowski breaks down some of the programs and applications that we can use as alternatives to the ones we're currentl using like Microsoft Windows, Google, Facebook and more
"For about a century, an ounce of gold purchased one Saville Row suit. Today the cheapest such suit is $3,000 and gold is ‘market priced’ below half that number. Keep this information in mind the next time someone tries to tell you that gold is overpriced." Even with multiple layers of derivative markets in the shell game for insiders, these mega rich bond holders lose and still want Federal bailouts for city's municipal bonds. They use pensions to stir up emotion when the interest on the bonds is the root problem.
I'm not sure if the solar flares will happen. However, it is better to get prepared for any catastrophic event that may occur. . We are going to a location where there are lakes and we can hunt and fish. I suggest for people to get as much knowledge on survival techniques as they can. Learn about how to make fires and trap animals etc. Store up on dry foods - nuts, peanut butter lasts a few years - canned food - Ramen noodles lasts a few good years too. And of course store up on water.
Americans need to stop being braggerds and realize that a combined effort by Russia and China would kick our asses clear into next week... Sadly, the only deterrent is a superior nuclear arsenal. OneMy scenario is based on Russia and China working together first. Their combined troop strength alone sweeping through central Asia and driving into Europe by way of Turkey and the Caucasus would be enough to make it to France and give Britain diarrhea. America wouldn't be entered, but our military would most probably not survive fighting at current personnel levels. And the most likely final scenario would lead to either limited regional nuclear exchanges or an all out global incineration. The best choice would be for all parties to do the math and stand down in the first place. But, mankind just can't get enough of the game of war...
How the scandal around government snooping of private data is tarnishing the President's reputation Reports of sweeping US government surveillance of Americans' phone and internet activity put the Obama administration on the defensive, adding pressure on President Barack Obama to explain why such tactics are necessary. The Washington Post reported late on Thursday that federal authorities have been tapping into the central servers of companies including Google, Apple and Facebook to gain access to emails, photos and other files allowing analysts to track a person's movements and contacts. That added to privacy concerns sparked by a report in The Guardian newspaper that the National Security Agency (NSA) had been mining phone records from millions of customers of a subsidiary of Verizon Communications. The Washington Post said the surveillance programme involving firms including Microsoft, Skype and YouTube, code-named PRISM and established under President George W Bush in 2007, had seen "exponential growth" under the Obama administration. The Telegraph's US Editor Peter Foster says President Obama, who pledged to run the most transparent administration in US history, is having reputation tarnished by the relations. "A lot of Americans would be quite surprised to see the extent to which their communications are, not being monitored, are part of an enormous matrix of data the intelligence services say they need to try and stop these terrorist attacks.
Date & time: Mon, 12 Aug 04:23:25 UTC
Depth: 33.0 km
Epicenter latitude / longitude: 30.06°N / 157.32°E
PROPHECY A major earthquake is imminent . It is sure to happen and in quick order. mankind need to repent of our sins and turn to God .