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110% rise in anti-Muslim incidents in France

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© AFP Photo / Stephane De Sakutin
There has been a huge increase in anti-Muslim incidents in France following the Islamist attacks in Paris two weeks ago. At 116 confrontations this month, it's more than double the amount recorded for the whole of January, 2014.

The National Observatory Against Islamophobia said over one hundred incidents have been reported to the police since the terrorist attacks of January 7-9. Three French Islamists killed 17 people during their shooting spree. The human rights group says there have been 28 attacks on places of worship and 88 threats have been made, as reported by AFP.

Comment: How long before citizens start making friendly calls to the security services, informing on their Muslim neighbors?

Comment: A troubling development, for sure. But one we all should have seen coming: Holocaust 2.0: Coming soon!


Ukrainians march in Kiev, holding 'Je Suis Volnovakha' banners

After visiting the Unity March in Paris last week, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko attends yet another march holding a placard written in French. This time, it is "Je Suis Volnovakha" during a rally in Kiev, meant to commemorate victims of a tragic incident in eastern Ukraine that killed 13 people.

Thousands of Ukrainians have marched on the streets of Kiev Sunday, holding banners that read "Je Suis Volnovakha", at a rally meant to commemorate victims of a tragic incident in eastern Ukraine, in which 13 people were killed.

Top Ukrainian officials, including the country's President Petro Poroshenko and Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk joined the march.

The title under which the march was organized is a copy-cat slogan of the now-famous "Je Suis Charlie" that started in Paris, after gunmen killed 12 journalists of the Charlie Hebdo satirical magazine on January 7.

The bus attack in Volnovakha resulted in the death of 12 people, injuring at least 17 others. Kiev said that the bus was hit by rockets fired from the east, where local independence fighters were allegedly present at the time. However, the authorities of the self-proclaimed people's republic of Donetsk (DPR) have stressed that they were not involved in the attack.

On Saturday, the OSCE released a report that said the rockets, which hit the bus, were fired from a north-north-eastern direction. Earlier, the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission in Ukraine confirmed that Kiev forces and DPR have agreed on the launch of a joint inquiry into the attack.

Comment: As with the Charlie Hebdo attack, it seems Volnovakha bus attack was also a false flag event.

CyberBerkut hacktivists leak docs suggesting Volnovakha bus attack was a false flag

Along with shouting Je Suis Volnovakha, the authoritarian followers attending the rally also shouted kill Russian.


Benzene found in drinking water supply downstream from Yellowstone oil spill

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© AP Photo/The Billings Gazette, Larry MayerCrews work to contain an oil spill from Bridger Pipeline's broken pipeline near Glendive, Mont., in this aerial view showing both sides of the river on Monday, Jan. 19, 2015. Officials said that they were bringing truckloads of drinking water to Glendive after traces of 50,000 gallons of oil that spilled into the Yellowstone River were found in the city's water supply.
A cancer-causing component of oil has been detected in the drinking water supply of an eastern Montana city just downstream from a crude oil spill that entered the Yellowstone River.

Elevated levels of benzene were found in water samples taken from a treatment plant that serves about 6,000 people in the agricultural community of Glendive near the North Dakota border, officials said.

Scientists from the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say the benzene levels are above those recommended for long-term consumption but don't pose a short-term health hazard.

Truckloads of bottled water were coming in Tuesday, and residents were warned not to drink or cook with water from their taps.

Some residents criticized the timing of the Monday advisory, which came more than two days after 50,000 gallons of oil spilled from a break in 12-inch pipeline owned by Wyoming-based Bridger Pipeline Co. It emerged as a concern over the response to the Saturday accident.

Adding to the frustrations was uncertainty over how long the water warning will last and why company and government officials still don't know how to remove crude trapped beneath the ice-covered Yellowstone River.

Comment: See: 50,000 gallons of crude oil spills into partially frozen Yellowstone River


Shooting brawl that involved 100 people in San Antonio, TX leaves two dead

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A chaotic brawl and shooting on the East Side left two people dead and others wounded late Monday night, San Antonio police say.

Police believe a total of seven people were shot when gunfire rang out before 10:30 p.m. at a car wash on North New Braunfels Avenue and Gibbs Street.

Officers arrived at the scene and also had to break up a disturbance that followed the shooting, and may have involved as many as 100 people.

According to a preliminary SAPD report, several unknown suspects drove up into the car wash and began to fire multiple rounds at a crowd of victims.

Comment: Society continues its downward spiral in the US, no doubt fueled by skyrocketing poverty and the stress of living under the rule of psychopaths.


Missouri: 5-year-old shoots baby brother with unsecured gun allegedly belonging to grandfather

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A 5-year-old boy shot his 9-month-old brother, killing him with his grandfather's handgun on Monday in the tiny rural town of Elmo in northwest Missouri. Reportedly, the weapon was not locked up and the older sibling had easy access to it. It is not believed that the shooting was intentional.

The Nodaway County Sheriff's Department received a 911 phone call from the boys' mother, 24-year old Alexis Wiederholt, at around 9 a.m. The mother told authorities that she believed her elder boy shot his brother with a paintball gun. But when emergency first responders arrived soon after they found that the boy had been shot above the right ear with an exit wound on the other side of his skull, but was still alive. A loaded .22-caliber revolver was found on a bed near the playpen where the baby was found.

A medical evacuation helicopter arrived at the residence and flew the boy to Children's Mercy Hospital in Kansas City, some 120 miles away where he died just before noon.

Comment: "Law" or not, anyone who owns firearms should keep them locked up when there are children around. This should be common sense, but unfortunately it isn't. Because of the carelessness of these adults another child is dead.

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SFPD cop caught on camera trying to throw man from his wheelchair, while fellow cops watch

A video clip uploaded to Facebook on Sunday shows an officer attempting to throw a man from his wheelchair and into the street until someone rushes over to intervene.

The man who uploaded the clip, Edwardo Delacruz, is the cousin of two of the men seen in the video, and he alleges that the officer attempting to toss his paralyzed relative off of the curb is Officer Carrasco, badge number 1341, of the San Francisco Police Department.

Several other officers are also visible in the video and do nothing to stop the assault. Thankfully the man was strapped into the chair and the officer did not complete his goal of smashing his face into the pavement.

Another video of the incident shows just how disgusting this officer's actions were.

The Free Thought Project spoke to Delacruz who explained to us that one of the men sitting on the ground and the man in the wheelchair, Devaughn Frierson, are his cousins. Frierson is a quadriplegic, paralyzed from the neck down after an accident 2 years ago. He has enough limited movement in one arm to control the wheelchair only. According to Delacruz, the police officers in the video knew this.

The men were joking around as Frierson did wheelies and tricks in his chair and the man on the ground playfully called the police over to come arrest the man for messing around.


Homeless man sleeping on California beach set on fire by three conscienceless men

Three male suspects lit a homeless man on fire while he was asleep in his sleeping bag at Ventura Beach.

A Good Samaritan spotted the 5 to 6 feet flames at about 11 p.m. Saturday at the end of South Seaward Avenue in the Pierpont neighborhood of Ventura. The Good Samaritan put out the fire with sand before calling 911.

The three suspects had allegedly poured lighter fluid on 58-year-old John Frazier and his belongings.

"Three males that might have been involved in it actually used lighter fluid to pour on the victim's sleeping bag and other items that were near him and set it on fire," Ventura Police Commander Thom Higgins said.

When police officers and firefighters arrived, Frazier's items were still smoldering.

Frazier suffered second- and third-degree burns on his upper torso and face, but is expected to survive. He remains at Los Angeles County+USC Medical Center.

Flowers, a single candle and a black char mark on the wall now mark the spot of the vicious and fiery attack.

"It's just really sad. It's sad that a man is sleeping on the beach and then three knuckleheads just put him on fire for whatever reason," said Charon Shirk of Ventura. "It's just sick. It's really sick."

At this point, Ventura police have no motive for the crime and a only a vague description of the suspects -- three white males in their late teens or early 20s with shaved heads and dark clothing.

"Who would be so cruel to do something like that to a human being? I could see if, I don't know, it was a pile of trash, but, I mean, that was a human being," said Peter Cardindale of Ventura.

Comment: Elected leaders and other people in authority in our society show extraordinary indifference and contempt towards the homeless population and human life in general. Those three men, if not psychopathic themselves, were following our conscienceless leaders.

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50,000 gallons of crude oil spills into partially frozen Yellowstone River

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© AP Photo/Jim UrquhartCleanup workers use oil absorbent materials along side the Yellowstone River in Laurel, Mont., Wednesday July 6, 2011. This cleanup of a slightly larger spill was difficult enough without fighting around frozen ice.
On Saturday morning, a pipeline in Montana spilled up to 50,000 gallons of crude oil into the Yellowstone River, the pipeline's operator confirmed Sunday night.

Some residents are reportedly smelling and tasting oil in their drinking water, causing the EPA to test water samples and the city water plant to cease drawing water from the river.

The 12-inch diameter steel pipe breached and spilled anywhere from 12,600 to 50,000 gallons of oil nine miles upriver from the town of Glendive, with an unknown amount of it spilling into the partially frozen river, according to a statement from Bridger Pipeline LLC. The company said the spill occurred at 10 a.m. and they "shut in" the flow of oil just before 11 a.m. - meaning that though the pipeline section could still empty itself of its contents, no new addition oil would flow into the spilled area.

"Oil has made it into the river," Bridger spokesperson Bill Salvin confirmed to the AP on Monday. "We do not know how much at this point." Observers spotted oil, some of which was trapped under the ice, up to 60 miles downstream from Glendive. Paul Peronard, the EPA's on-scene coordinator, said crews were attempting to use booms to prevent the spill from spreading further but the ice on top of the river was forcing them to "hunt and peck" through it.

This photo from the Billings Gazette shows the oil visible through the icy river from the air.

Clean-up crews were en route to the site on Sunday afternoon after local, state, and federal levels were notified. The pipeline sits at least eight feet below the river bed. There are concerns that the water supply could be compromised, though the City of Glendive Water Plant said on Sunday that nothing unusual had been detected.

"I am not saying the water is unsafe. I am not saying it is safe," said Dawson County Disaster and Emergency Services coordinator Mary Jo Gehnert, according to MTN News. "We are waiting for officials to arrive who can make that decision."

"We think it was caught pretty quick, and it was shut down," said Montana Governor Steve Bullock spokesperson Dave Parker, noting that the river was frozen over near the spill, which could help isolate the spill.


Ebola suspicions leads to plane being quarantined at Moscow airport

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© RIA Novosti/Evgeny BiyatovA view of the airfield at Sheremetyevo International Airport
A full passenger plane was quarantined in Moscow's Sheremetyevo airport for about 4 hours, after pilots told the ground staff one of the travelers was suffering from suspected Ebola symptoms.

"Several minutes before landing we received an alert from the pilots about a passenger, and after being put in quarantine, she was looked at by doctors from several departments in accordance with a special protocol," Anna Zakharenkova, the Sheremetyevo press officer said to RT by phone.

After completing their examination, Medics from Russia's health watchdog Rospotrebnadzor said the patient was suffering from acute respiratory infection. The traveler and her husband, who were both transiting through Moscow, have been given a temporary visa to receive treatment at a specialized clinic in the city.


Propaganda and fear mongering works

When I see the results of polls like the one below, I realize there is no chance the majority will do anything to reverse the course of our nation in terminal decline. It will take a complete collapse and bloody reset before we have a chance at putting this country back on a sustainable rational course.

How the f*ck can Americans actually think terrorism should be Obama and Congress' top priority? Are Americans really that stupid? WTF do they want Obama and Congress to do? Double the DHS budget? Increase electronic surveillance on our communications? Give local police more military hardware? Ban guns? Repeal the 4th Amendment?

Comment: It is truly a sad state of affairs for the US.