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Telecom expert who crashed tank into cell phone towers, out of prison to fight for awareness on lethal EMF's


Comment: The Hidden Dangers of Cell Phone Radiation

Electromagnetic radiation and its effect on the brain: an insider speaks out

Cell Phones and Cancer: the Risk is Real

European Leaders Call for Ban of Cell Phones and WiFi in Schools

Telecom company patent admits wireless radiation is harmful

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Ukrainian presidential candidate Tsarev brutally beaten by Western supported fascists

Oleg Tsarev
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Oleg Tsarev
Radicals attacked two presidential candidates that were taking part in the Ukrainian talk show 'Svoboda Slova'. Oleg Tsarev was brutally beaten and is now in a critical condition, the candidate's press office reported.

Oleg Tsarev was attacked by radicals after being trapped inside the ICTV media building following his appearance on the show, according to the statement released by Tsarev's office.

"It was with great difficulty that government's security forces were able to recapture Oleg Tsarev from the angry mob. He was severely beaten and is in serious condition," the press office said.

The video embedded below shows the scene of the alleged mob attack, although Tsarev himself is not visible through the crowd.


Earlier, there were reports of the entire building being surrounded by unidentified gunmen with Tsarev trapped inside and his car attacked, including slashed tires.


Comment: That the West keeps silent about the fascist attacks and violence in Ukraine and the role that the Nazis have in the illegitimate government of Ukraine is tantamount to tacit support for these groups.

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Thousands of Swedes replace credit cards with hand swipe

Hand Swipe
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More than a thousand Swedish shoppers have signed up to make payments with a swipe of their hand, paying at machines in Lund that scan the unique pattern of their veins.

Hand scanning has become an alternative payment method for people in a city in southern Sweden, researchers at Lund University said Monday.

Vein scanning terminals have been installed in 15 shops and restaurants in Lund thanks to an engineering student who came up with the idea two years ago while waiting in line to pay. Some 1,600 people have signed up already for the system, which its creator says is not only faster but also safer than traditional payment methods.

"Every individual's vein pattern is completely unique, so there really is no way of committing fraud with this system," researcher Fredrik Leifland said in a statement. "You always need your hand scanned for a payment to go through."

While vein scanning technology existed previously, it has not been used as a form of payment before.
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'The mafia has infiltrated every sector in Germany'

Germany
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Mafia infiltration has reached Germany's Rhineland.
Italian mobsters have infiltrated "every sector in Germany", according to investigators, with the Sicilian mafia particularly active in the Rhineland.

Last Friday, a Cologne court began the trial of Gabriele S. - a Sicilian immigrant accused of tax fraud.

The case is part of the larger investigation called the Scavo Commission into mafia outreach in the Rhineland that has uncovered far more than shell companies and tax evasion.

"The mafia has infiltrated every sector in Germany from construction to alternative energy, from waste management to shareholding of large companies or banks.

"They buy votes and influence elections through bribery, corruption", said Roberto Scarpinato, attorney general of Palermo's court of appeals and anti-mafia pool, in an article published in Wired Italia.

According to Wired Italia, and in collaboration with Investigative Reporting Project Italy (IRPI) and media publisher Funke, the mafia is "increasingly present in Germany".
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The rental affordability crisis

miami apartment
© Angel Valentin
Christine Menedis tours a condominium in Miami Beach that rents for $7,000 a month. In Miami, average rents consume 43 percent of the typical household income, up from a historical average of just over a quarter
For rent and utilities to be considered affordable, they are supposed to take up no more than 30 percent of a household's income. But that goal is increasingly unattainable for middle-income families as a tightening market pushes up rents ever faster, outrunning modest rises in pay.

The strain is not limited to the usual high-cost cities like New York and San Francisco. An analysis for The New York Times by Zillow, the real estate website, found 90 cities where the median rent - not including utilities - was more than 30 percent of the median gross income.

In Chicago, rent as a percentage of income has risen to 31 percent, from a historical average of 21 percent. In New Orleans, it has more than doubled, to 35 percent from 14 percent. Zillow calculated the historical average using data from 1985 to 2000.
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Free annual physicals under Obamacare are not actually free

Obamacare
© Personal Liberty Digest

Obamacare patients who go to their doctors for a free annual checkup are finding out that they may have to pay for the preventive healthcare visit after all.

They are angry to learn that if they mention past or ongoing health concerns during the physical, that can result in co-pays and deductibles, according to The Wall Street Journal.

Under the Affordable Care Act, preventive care includes screenings for high blood pressure and high cholesterol counts, evaluations for several cancers and diabetes, and vaccinations. The patient is allowed, in most cases, one checkup per year.

But "wellness" care on potential new health issues is viewed as "evaluation and monitoring," and leads to patients having to fork out for the "free" annual physical.

"Patients are scheduling physicals because physicals are free," Randy Wexler, a family physician in Columbus, Ohio, told the Journal. "But they come in and say, 'I've been having headaches. My back has been bothering me, and I'm depressed.' That's not part of a physical. That will trigger a copay."
Bizarro Earth

People take selfies with suicidal man over Los Angeles' 105 Freeway as backdrop

© Marcus Smith/KTLA
People taking selfies on the 105 Freeway
When the 105 Freeway in Paramount was closed on Thursday evening because a man was contemplating a suicide attempt on an overpass, some Angelenos who were stuck on the road thought it would be the perfect time to take selfies.

Authorities received calls around 5:30 p.m. from drivers that there was a man threatening to commit suicide on the overpass, according to the L.A. Times. The CHP shut down the 105 Freeway from both directions starting at 6:30 p.m. and reopened it at 9:30 p.m. when they managed to convince the man to not jump, reported the Press-Telegram.
105 Freeway still shut down in Paramount as negotiation w/ man on bridge continuespic.twitter.com/2zfciugdVt

- KTLA (@KTLA) April 11, 2014
If u r driving do not get the 105 e & w this man stopped the whole freeway by the paramount/Garfield exit :o pic.twitter.com/gBtjoG6s3Q

- Casablancas (@asshhbamm) April 11, 2014
#Sad There's a jumper on the 105 freeway pic.twitter.com/gHbsR3Bocj

- CJ' CRUZ'n Keepers (@cjkpilot) April 11, 2014
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Bundy Ranch: Fed retreat was psyop - next wave soon

New developments in the Bundy Ranch standoff. DHS insider reveals the Federal retreat was complete Psyop to study opposition to crush rebellion in next assault.

Comment: IF what the DHS insider says is true, welcome to the Orwellian nightmare!

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Florida closer to waiving gun laws during riots, other emergencies

© Reuters/Andrew Innerarity
Hurricanes, toxic events, riots, and other emergencies in Florida could soon be enough to allow residents to circumvent the state's gun laws and carry a weapon without a permit if a bill passed Friday is signed into law.

The bill would allow any Floridian without a criminal record to flaunt an assault weapon or pistol with a high-capacity magazine during a state of evacuation. Known as HB 209, the legislation passed in the state house by a 80-36 margin with support from the National Rifle Association. Six Democrats voted for the bill, ignoring Pinellas County Sheriff Bob Gualtieri's objection that the bill was too vague.

"To allow people to go into a riot while concealing a gun without a permit is the definition of insanity," he told the Miami Herald. "The bill is crazy, it's absurd."

Among Gualtieri's issues with the bill is the lack of clarity regarding how long, or over what geographic area, a firearm owner may qualify to conceal a weapon in an evacuation. Also, the bill permits those who are "in lawful possession" of guns to carry weapons. What exactly that means is unclear, with columnists speculating if the law would allow the adult children of gun owners to carry guns.
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Press kit on Human Rights violations in Ukraine

Barbed wire
© Unknown
The situation of human rights in Ukraine has deteriorated markedly since the pro-NATO coup. While the Western media turn a blind eye to this every day reality, Oriental Review highlights thirty particularly significant incidents, revealing that the street is in the hands of Nazi thugs who beat up and kill people with complete impunity.

The flywheel of political repressions in Ukraine is gaining momentum these days. In sharp contrast with the liberal approach by president Yanukovych to the "Euromaidan" rout, the interim Kievan administration did not hesitate much about cracking down the public uprising against the "neo-Nazi regime" on the rise in the East and South of Ukraine. Today only in Kharkov at least 70 activists have been arrested during the so-called "anti-terrorist operation" [1]. According to the reports, foreign mercenaries presumably from the US Greystone Ltd private military contractor firm were participating in the operation along with the National Guard (majorly consisting of the ultranationalist Pravy (Right) Sector fighters) and some loyal Interior Ministry units.
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