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Psychopathic mask of sanity slips: What David Cameron actually thinks of the poor - "This is who we resent."

Snake in a suit.
Unfortunate Freudian slip for David Cameron during his Conference speech today:

"This party is the trade union for children from the poorest estates and the most chaotic homes; this party is the union for the young woman who wants an apprenticeship; teenagers who want to make something of their lives - this is who we resent."


Strong evidence links Right Sector and National Guard to mass graves in Ukraine

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A Donetsk People's Republic militiaman is at the site of the graves of peaceful residents discovered near Mine 22 "Kommunar" outside Donetsk
There is irrefutable evidence that the National Guard and ultra-nationalist Right Sector fighters are responsible for the murder of people recently discovered in mass burial sites near Donetsk, eastern Ukraine said Russia's Investigative Committee.

"For those who have doubts regarding who's responsible for these murders, the Investigative Committee has irrefutable evidence - witness accounts and appropriate examinations - that directly indicates that this crime was committed by fighters from the National Guard and Right Sector," the committee's head Vladimir Markin in a statement on Wednesday.

The mass graves discovered in September near the city of Donetsk in eastern Ukraine "are further eloquent testimony to the atrocities of the Ukrainian nationalists," Markin said, adding that "all of the victims were tortured before their murder."

The murders were described in detail in the testimony of a soldier from the 'Dnepr' battalion, Sergey Litvinov, detained in a Russian hospital as a civilian after he fled Ukraine, Markin said. Currently Litvinov is under arrest and is to be transferred to Moscow for further questioning, he added.

Argentina's President Cristina Kirchner says U.S. planning to oust and kill her

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Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner waves to supporters at Government House in Buenos Aires on September 30, 2014.
Argentina's President Cristina Kirchner on Tuesday charged in an emotional address that domestic and US interests were pushing to topple her government, and could even kill her.

Domestic business interests "are trying to bring down the government, with international (US) help," she said.

Kirchner said that on her recent visit to fellow Argentine Pope Francis - whose help she has sought in Argentina's ongoing debt default row - police warned her about supposed plots against her by ISIL activists.

Comment: More like U.S. agents.

"So, if something happens to me, don't look to the Mideast, look north" to the United States, Kirchner said at Government House.

Don't believe US: Kirchner

Just hours after the US embassy here warned its citizens to take extra safety precautions in Argentina, an aggravated Kirchner said "when you see what has been coming out of diplomatic offices, they had better not come in here and try to sell some tall tale about ISIS trying to track me down so they can kill me."

Argentina is still struggling with the aftermath of a default on nearly $100 billion in debt in 2001, with the two hedge funds it labels vultures battling the country in US courts.

But it has been blocked by US federal judge Thomas Griesa, who has ordered the country to first repay two hedge funds demanding the full $1.3 billion face value of their bonds.


Moldova the next clash between the West and Russia?

Lost among the talk of Ukraine's Civil War and the ISIL threat is the coming Russia vs. West clash in Moldova.

The country is sandwiched between Romania and Ukraine, and the region of Transnistria has been de-facto independent for about two decades already.

As Moldova leaps towards the EU (it signed the Association Agreement at the end of June), it is also running towards NATO, and the US has pondered whether or not to grant it major non-NATO ally status via the tentative 'Russian Aggression Prevention Act of 2014' floating around Congress.

The problem is that Transnistria does not want to go along with Moldova's vision of the future.

Instead, it has expressed its desire to politically and economically integrate with Russia, and over 1000 Russian peacekeepers are currently stationed there.

Comment: Western strategists are pursuing an obvious goal of pulling this traditionally friendly partner away from Russia. The activity of the foreign funds, information and political support and a number of issued preferences show how serious Brussels and Washington are as far as the young Moldavian state goes.

Technologies of Maidan were already applied in Moldova in 2009


First day of school Kiev army hits school and bus-stop in Donetsk: At least 11 killed and 40 injured

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At least 11 people have been killed and 40 others have been injured in Donetsk, where a school and a bus stop came under fire - reportedly from Ukrainian Army positions.

Two people are reported to have died at the school, and nine at the bus stop, according to Donetsk People Republic's Depity Prime Minister Andrey Purgin.

No children were killed in the shelling of school №57, the Donetsk People's Republic 's Interior Ministry said, as cited by TASS. The ministry's press service added that parents and teachers became victims of the shelling.

The city council stated that all 70 children studying at the school were in the building at the moment of the strike. They were hastily evacuated. The school building was damaged in the attack.

The Russian Foreign Ministry describes the attack as a cynical and blatant breach of international law.

David Cameron says non-violent conspiracy theorists are just as dangerous as ISIS

In his speech to the U.N General Assembly, David Cameron said that "non-violent extremism" is just as dangerous as terrorism and must be eradicated using all means at the government's disposal.

He referenced 9/11 and 7/7 Truthers as examples of the type of extremism that must be dealt in a similar fashion to ISIS

Is Cameron officially announcing a the plan to use a full assault on dissenting views?

British deploy jets on first Iraq anti-ISIS mission

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British Royal Air Force Eurofighter typhoon aircraft.
Armed British RAF jets have been deployed on their first mission in Iraq since UK lawmakers voted to authorize military strikes against so-called Islamic State (IS) targets in the country.

A Ministry of Defense Spokesman (MOD) confirmed on Saturday that "Royal Air Force Tornados continue to fly over Iraq and are now ready to be used in an attack role as and when appropriate targets are identified." The spokesman added that no running commentary on the jets' movements would be forthcoming, but they "are pleased with the response time achieved."

On Friday, MPs in Britain's House of Commons voted overwhelmingly to take part in military action against Islamic State (also known ISIS, or ISIL). The motion proposed by Prime Minister David Cameron's government was passed overwhelmingly by 524 votes to 43 - a majority of 481.

Cameron in parliament
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Cameron demands military force against ISIS.
Britain's three biggest parties, coalition government partners the Conservatives and Liberal Democrats, plus the opposition Labour party, all officially backed the bombing campaign. The government insisted the intervention was legal under international law because it was requested by the Iraqi prime minister.

Comment: This is like buttering both sides of the bread while bombing wheat silos.

According to Cameron, the cause of the problem is the "poisonous narrative of Islamist extremism" and that Muslims must "reclaim their religion from these extremists." (WOW, that simple! It's a religion problem.)

Cameron called for political efforts to support "inclusive" and "democratic" governments in Iraq and Syria and the British military has an indispensable role to play. There is "no realistic prospect" of defeating Islamic State without it. (Quite important, those Brits!)

The Iraqi government "needs our military help and it is in our interest and theirs to give it...this is not 2003 but we must not use past mistakes as an excuse for indifference or inaction." (Don't let truth get in the way of today's agenda! Look the other way. No false pretext here...)

The Labour leader of the opposition, Ed Miliband stated ,"Intervention always has risks but a dismembered Iraq would be more dangerous for Britain," (Note the description and tie this to the public opinion poll trigger!)

Britain is opting for "the long haul" and a commitment of three to four years to defeat IS. (Seems like a long time to correct a "poisonous narrative..." and a religion problem!)

Eye 1

In convoluted language U.S. government basically says that they will continue killing civilians in Syria

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Residents inspect damaged buildings in what activists say was a U.S. strike in Kafr Daryan, in Syria's Idlib Province, on Sept. 23, 2014
Amid the rise of civilian deaths in US-led military operation against ISIL, Washington has acknowledged that any strikes in Syria and Iraq are exempt from its "standards" applied to other aerial attacks.

US National Security Council spokesperson Caitlin Hayden revealed that the current airstrikes will not be performed in line with a previously announced standard for allegedly minimizing civilian casualties.

Obama announced last year that the highest standard which the US can meet is un-authorizing drone attacks unless there is "near certainty" about the lack of civilian casualties.

Comment: What a load of BS! The U.S. government never bat an eye when their drones kill innocent unarmed civilians around the world.

Psychopaths on the Hill: "Unmanned: America's Drone Wars"

Obama's Terror Drones: CIA tactics in Pakistan include targeting rescuers and funerals

War Whore

Money to kill: Pentagon has requested $58.6 billion for wars in 2015

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Pentagon officials likely will keep using forthe foreseeable future a controversial war spending account that is exempt from federal budget caps, but with some new strings attached, Deputy Defense Secretary Robert Work said Tuesday.

Work kicked off the latest round of debate over the Overseas Contingency Operations, or OCO, account that was originally created last decade to pay for the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.

"We're going to have to have Overseas Contingency Operations funding for some time. That is in debate now," Work said at the Council on Foreign Relations.

Work said DOD has three options for future of the OCO budget:
  • Move the money into the base budget and increase the Pentagon's top line budget cap;
  • Move the money into the base budget and don't increase the top line, a move Work said "really constrains us;" or
  • Allow the OCO account to remain "and we'll establish the rules to do it."
"I believe that latter one is what we're going to have to do," Work said.

Comment: Put all those figures together and you still won't arrive at the amount of money that is being sucked through the vacuum of endless wars, nor would you ever find out where and what exactly they are being used for.

"It's for your security, stupid!" All right, move along... The congress will approve it anyway.

Meanwhile, US poverty Levels: 49.7 million are poor, and 80% of the total population is near poverty
and U.S. Congress to cut food stamps by $9 billion.


Puppet beware? Armed contractor with violent criminal record shared lift with Obama

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Reports said security was unaware that the man who rode in an elevator with Obama was armed...
Published reports have revealed that US President Barack Obama rode an elevator this month with an armed security contractor who had three criminal convictions, a violation of Secret Service security protocols.

The Washington Examiner and the Washington Post reported on Tuesday that the latest incident took place in an elevator during Obama's September 16 visit to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta.

The latest embarrassment for the Secret Service, which protects the president, comes after agency Director Julia Pierson took full responsibility for a September 19 breach of the White House.

The Post said agents questioned the contractor and discovered his criminal history after he refused to stop video recording the president with a phone camera.

Agents did not know he was armed until a supervisor fired the contractor on the spot, and the man turned over his gun.

The Secret Service did not immediately respond to an email request for comment sent by the AP news agency.

Comment: How possible is it that the U.S. president's security services, in period of 3 days, allowed two armed individuals to come that close to Obama by "accident"? They might be THAT incompetent, but is it also possible that the Puppet Masters are sending Obama a message of sorts?

On the September story, read: Texas man who made his way into the White House with knife is Iraq veteran