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Is It Really News?

In the Information Age, what kind of “news” is the American public truly interested in?

Realize, if the News spews 15 minutes of mindless Info about some “Pop Star”; That is 15 minutes Less Actual news they are Providing you. Leaving Viewers Less informed about their community & the world around them.

I DARE YOU to see all sides of the stories & search for the Facts.

 Ignorance is Not Bliss, Its just Plain Ignorance,


Radioactive recliner chairs, apartment buildings and household goods are not as unusual as you may think – and it’s about to get worse

(NaturalNews) The American government has developed a solution for all the excess radioactive metal from the medical industry and military: Make it into belt buckles. Or forks. Even cheese graters are fair game….


Demand the Proper disposal of radioactive material. The American Public are not the governments guinea pig, nor dumping ground.




Smart Meters – Correcting the Gross Misinformation

Quebec-based magazine La Maison du 21e siecle asked physician David O. Carpenter, former founding dean of the University at Albany (NY)’s School of Public Health, to comment on a letter published in the Montreal daily Le Devoir last May 24. This letter claimed wireless smart meters pose no risk to public health. Some forty international experts contributed to the following rebuttal. 

We, the undersigned are a group of scientists and health professionals who together have coauthored hundreds of peer-reviewed studies on the health effects of electromagnetic fields (EMFs). We wish to correct some of the gross misinformation found in the letter regarding wireless “smart” meters that was published in the Montreal daily Le Devoir on May 24. Submitted by a group Quebec engineers, physicists and chemists, the letter in question reflects an obvious lack of understanding of the science behind the health impacts of the radiofrequency (RF)/microwave EMFs emitted by these meters.

The statement that « Thousands of studies, both epidemiological and experimental in humans, show no increase in cancer cases as a result of exposure to radio waves of low intensity… » is false (1). In fact, only a few such studies — two dozen case-control studies of mobile phone use, certainly not thousands, have reported no elevations of cancer, and most were funded by the wireless industry. In addition, these reassuring studies contained significant experimental design flaws, mainly the fact that the populations followed were too small and were followed for a too short period of time.

Non industry-funded studies have clearly demonstrated a significant increase in cancer cases among individuals who have suffered from prolonged exposure to low-level microwaves, transmitted notably by radio antennas. The effects were best documented in meta-analyses that have been published and that include grouped results from several different studies: these analyses consistently showed an increased risk of brain cancer among regular users of a cell phone who have been exposed to microwaves for at least ten years.

Brain Cancer Rates

Furthermore, the argument that brain cancer rates do not indicate an overall increase in incidence is not evidence that cell phones are safe: the latency for brain cancer in adults after environmental exposure can be long, up to 20-30 years. Most North Americans haven’t used cell phones extensively for that long. The evidence of the link between long-term cell phone use and brain cancer comes primarily from Northern Europe, where cell phones have been commonly used since the 1990s.

Children are especially at risk. In May 2012, the U.K.’s Office of National Statistics reported a 50 percent increase in incidence of frontal and temporal lobe tumors in children between 1999 and 2009. This statistic is especially disturbing since in May 2011, after reviewing the published scientific literature regarding cancers affecting cell phone users, the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) classified radiofrequency radiation as a 2B, possible human carcinogen. Despite the absence of scientific consensus, the evidence is sufficiently compelling for any cautious parent to want to reduce their loved one’s exposure to RF/microwave emissions as much as possible, as recommended by various countries such as Austria, Belgium, GermanyRussia and the United Kingdom.


Public fears about wireless smart meters are well-founded. They are backed by various medical authorities such as the Public Health Departments of Santa Cruz County(California) and of Salzburg State (Austria). These authorities are worried about the growing number of citizens who say they have developed electrohypersensitivity (EHS), especially since for many of them, the symptoms developed after the installation of such meters (it takes some time for most people to link the two events)…..



Educate yourself about the intrusion & health risk of Smart Meters. Then educate your neighbor.


US is a Third World Hellhole…According to Police


What else can explain their actions and attitudes?

Law enforcement agencies in America are using the No More Hesitation series of cardboard and paper targets for shooting practice. The Minneapolis-based Law Enforcement Targets Inc. (LET) has produced at least eight of them, with photos ranging from a young boy to a pregnant woman in her third trimester, both of whom are pointing guns. Other posters include an elderly man in his home holding a shotgun and a young mother with her daughter in a playground. There does not yet appear to be a baby in a playpen target. Available for 99 cents a sheet, the posters are approximately two-feet-wide by three-feet-tall. (Note: all the posters I’ve seen are of white people; perhaps it is too controversial to shoot a non-white pregnant woman or child?)

LET is a Department of Homeland Security (DHS) supplier. It has contracts worth at least $5,471,126 with several federal agencies, and it boasts of providing training materials throughout the military and to “thousands of law enforcement agencies at the municipal, county, and state levels.” Law enforcement customers are admonished to “Mix & Match ‘No More Hesitation’ targets for best pricing.” Presumably, officers who shoot the elderly man will also want the companion elderly woman target.

Under an advertised image of a pregnant woman, LET explains the purpose behind the training material, “No More Hesitation Targets were designed to give officers the experience of dealing with deadly force shooting scenarios with subjects that are not the norm during training. No More Hesitation faded background enhances the isolation and is meant to help the transition for officers who are faced with these highly unusual targets for the first time.”

Correction: LET did caption the pregnant woman target in the foregoing manner. Some time last week, LET either removed the images of civilian targets or blocked open access to them. It is not clear what happened because LET’s ‘explanation’ is ambiguous: “These products have been taken offline due to the opinions expressed by so many, including members of the law enforcement community.” Are they available offline? And why are some target posters still on the site (as of noon 25/02/13)?…



Law enforcement have lost Pride & Credibility in their work. In other words, they just Dont Care. These are who the people must rely on, Sad.




Report: Germany agrees to sell patrol boats to Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia is planning to buy patrol boats from Germany, according to a German newspaper. The government appears to have given approval to the sale, despite widespread public criticism.

The sale will total around 1.5 billion euros ($2 billion), the Bild am Sonntag reported Sunday. Germany’s federal security council, which includes Chancellor Angela Merkel, has according to the newspaper already approved the sale request, issued by the Bremen-based Lürssen shipyard.

The council must approve such deals in Germany but the decisions are not made public.

Saudi Arabia will receive the boats, worth between 10 and 25 million euros each, within two years after the contract has been signed, the paper said.

Criticism over sale

The government’s reported agreement of the sale to a country with controversial human rights record has sparked criticism eight months ahead of Germany’s national election.


German report on arms exports reveals little

Critics says the government’s report on arms exports lacks transparency: exporting companies are not named, and government sales are merely summarized. Yet the government claims it’s in-depth and detailed. (30.01.2013)

“The government apparently wants to totally arm Saudi Arabia and has not learned anything from the public protests against weapons deliveries to this country,” said Thomas Oppermann, parliamentary floor leader for the opposition Social Democrats.

In December, Bild am Sonntag reported that Germany was close to completing a 100-million-euro arms deal with Saudi Arabia for “Dingo” armored vehicles, and Der Spiegel magazine reported that the Gulf country also wanted to buy several hundred BOXER armored fighting vehicles.

“It’s time to stop all the weapons exports to Saudi Arabia,” said the Left party’s Jan van Aken, adding that his party would make that demand in parliament….


If you look at the specs for these “armored vehicles” they have the kits for both Open & Urban warfare. That is perfect if you want to use them for crowd control. Germany is deliberately selling arms to Monarch Oil Rich Nations, when they know that they would be Used on their own People. I GUARANTEE, the German public would not agree with these arms export IF they knew all the facts.