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By Adam Curry. Posted Thursday, June 14, 2012 at 12:17 PM.

Cyber 9/11

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Cyber 9/11

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LA kids never heard of anyone doing them ever


Dianne Feinstein vents ire over 'avalanche of leaks' -

Anschluss - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

NYT: From Peace Prize to Paralysis

Yet the Obama administration's special envoy for Sudan and South Sudan, Princeton Lyman, generally a smart and hard-working diplomat, said in a December newspaper interview: "We do not want to see the ouster of the regime, nor regime change." Huh? This is a regime whose leader has been charged with genocide, has destabilized the region, has sponsored brutal proxy warlords like Joseph Kony, has presided over the deaths of more than 2.5 million people in southern Sudan, in Darfur and in the Nuba Mountains - and the Obama administration doesn't want him overthrown? In addition, the administration has consistently tried to restrain the rebel force here, led by Abdel Aziz Al-Hilu, a successful commander who has lived in America and projects moderation. The rebels are itching to seize the South Kordofan state capital, Kadugli, but say that Washington is discouraging them. In an interview in his mountain hide-out, Abdel Aziz noted that his forces have repeatedly been victorious over Sudan's recently. "Their army is very weak," he said. "They have no motivation to fight." He seemed mystified that American officials try to shield a genocidal government whose army is, he thinks, crumbling. Likewise, in Syria, the United States has not only refused to arm the opposition but has, I believe, discouraged other countries from doing so. Yes, there's an underlying logic: the Syrian opposition includes extreme elements, and the violence is embedded in a regional sectarian conflict. Nonetheless, the failure to arm the opposition allows the conflict to drag on and the Syrian president, Bashar al-Assad, to massacre more people. The upshot is that the violence spills over into Lebanon, and sectarian poisons make Syria less and less governable. In both Syria and Sudan, the Obama administration seems stuck behind the curve.

Joan Rivers calls Barack Obama, Mitt Romney idiots |

Drone Nation

Giant Global Hawk Unmanned Drone Crashes In Maryland - [VIDEO]

Northrop Grumman RQ-4 Global Hawk - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Border agency overextended on drone program - Washington Times

Abu Yahya al-Libi 'Dead' al Qaeda Terrorist Appears in 'New' Video - ABC News

Democratic Website Publishes List of Obama Accomplishments, Half of Them Are the Names of People He's Killed - Hit & Run :

Revealed: 64 Drone Bases on American Soil | Danger Room |

17 Al-Qaida Fighters Killed in Yemen - ABC News



Currency Trading To Be Suspended Sunday - Analysts Forsee 'Major Market Event'

Oanda Corporation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

EU Floats Worst-Case Plans for Greek Euro - Business News - CNBC

The Genius of Mutual Indebtedness - Nigel Farage - [VIDEO]

FULL-LENGTH EDITION: Lagarde and Syria -- Amanpour - Blogs

Network Bank stopped payments, customers furious

Spain Credit Rating Slashed by Moody's, Egan-Jones

Ron Paul MIA

Can Ron Paul Be Tamed? by Justin Raimondo --

They can't influence Ron -- but they can influence his organization. Gardner reports that after Ron's son, Rand, won the Kentucky primary against an Establishment opponent, "Then, quite strangely, the establishment and the Pauls came together":- "At [Sen. Mitch] McConnell's request, the National Republican Senatorial Committee sent an adviser to Kentucky to watch over Rand Paul's general-election campaign -- 'to be the grown-up in the room,' according to one Washington Republican who spoke on the condition of anonymity to talk candidly.- "The adviser, Trygve Olson, developed a friendship with Rand Paul, and the two realized that they could teach each other a lot -- to the benefit of both candidate and party. Olson showed Paul and his campaign establishment tactics: working with the news media, fine-tuning its message. And Paul showed Olson -- and by extension, McConnell -- how many people were drawn to the GOP by his message of fiscal responsibility.... And at Rand Paul's suggestion, Olson joined his father's presidential campaign this year, basically to do what he did for Rand: help bring the Paul constituency into the Republican coalition without threatening the party. It's probably no small coincidence that the partnership helps Rand's burgeoning political career, too."- Who is-Trygve Olson? A former official of the International Republican Institute (IRI), a tax-funded "regime-change" operation under the rubric of the National Endowment for Democracy, Olson was involved in several of the "color revolutions" that swept Eastern Europe and the central Asian former Soviet republics during the Bush years.-This-New York Times article reports on his activities in Belarus meddling in their internal politics and plotting to overthrow its thuggish President, Alexander Lukashenko: he also played a part in stirring up similar trouble on Washington's behalf in Serbia and Poland.-- At a meeting-of the New Atlantic Initiative, another semi-official interventionist outfit, in 2004, Olson appeared on the same podium as various government apparatchiks of the old Cold Warrior/Radio Free Europe type, who gave seminars on the ins-and-outs of successful "regime change." While others gave talks on Lukashenko's "links" to Saddam Hussein and Israel's other enemies in the region, Olson gave a presentation on polling results in the country. A particular area of concern was the possibility of an economic or political union with Russia, which was seen by the participants as the main threat to "democracy" and Europeanization in Belarus. And while meddling in Eastern Europe appears to be his specialty -- his wife, Erika Veberyte, served as chief foreign policy advisor to the Speaker of the Lithuanian parliament -- this biography on the web site of the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies at Stanford University says:- "Mr. Olson has helped advise political parties and candidates in numerous countries throughout the world including nearly all of Central and Eastern Europe, Indonesia, Ukraine, Kyrgyzstan, Nigeria, Venezuela, and Serbia."- The "color revolutions" of the Bush era were brazen attempts to overthrow regimes deemed unfriendly to the US, and absorb the scattered pieces of the former Soviet Union into the Western sphere of influence. Of course, these efforts all backfired: in Georgia, for one example, our chosen candidate set up a veritable dictatorship, jailed his opponents for "treason," and launched a disastrous war against Russia. In Ukraine and Kyrgyzstan, too, our sock puppets set themselves up for a backlash: both US-installed regimes have since been ousted, either by being unceremoniously voted out of office or by force. In Venezuela, the US government has long sought to overthrow the blustering caudillo, Hugo Chavez, and our meddling has only played into his hands, enabling him to muster nationalist resentment against the democratic opposition. The same is generally true elsewhere. These "strategic" deployments of "soft power" never work, and wind up hurting our interests rather than advancing them.- Another aspect of these "soft power" deployments is the inevitable involvement of the American intelligence community in some form or other, engaging in covert operations with no real congressional oversight and without the knowledge or consent of the American people. This can lead to all kinds of abuses that inevitably impact on our domestic politics -- an area where the CIA is supposedly forbidden from entering, although that has never been the case.- In the-New York Times-piece on the Belarussian operation, the reporter describes a meeting attended by Olson and Belarussian dissidents as "a meeting of the freedom industry," a telling description because that's exactly what it is: an industry, one in which Olson is a player. It's the "regime change" industry that has flourished in this country ever since the start of the cold war. The necons played a key role in staffing the organizations and semi-official front groups into which billions of our tax dollar flowed: Reagan gave the National Endowment for Democracy to them as a sort of playground, where they were out of the way and free to think they had some real influence on the administration. In the post-cold war world, the NED took on added importance -- and more tax dollars -- as the US tried to cash in on the Soviet collapse by sponsoring "color revolutions" throughout the former Soviet bloc. It didn't matter that the very reason for launching these cold war institutions was no longer in existence: as one needn't explain to a Ron Paul supporter, government programs have a life of their own, and killing them is akin to driving a stake through the heart of a vampire -- a difficult and often impossible feat.- So we have a major player in the "regime change" industry as a "senior advisor" to the Paul campaign: and not only that but a pedagogical relationship between Olson and Rand Paul. The latter has presumably learned from the former why draconian sanctions on Iran -- deemed an "act of war" by his father -- are a good idea and ought to be supported. Paul recently joined ninety-nine other similarly-clueless US Senators in voting "aye" on what is in effect an economic blockade against Iran.-- The Establishment's strategy is clear: get to the father through the son, whose political career can be imperiled by the GOP elders, like McConnell (although that didn't stop Paul from getting elected over McConnel's opposition). If the Paul campaign is "infiltrating" the GOP, as Gardner puts it, then the GOP Establishment is intent on infiltrating the Paul campaign at the highest levels.--

Trygve Olson

Ron Paul Adviser - Senior Adviser

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Worked for RAND Paul in 2010 campaign


U.S.-Financed Groups Had Supporting Role in Arab Uprisings -

COUNTRY DIRECTOR at International Republican Institute-Belarus

Democracy Promotion and the Presidential Elections in Belarus - FSI Stanford




Syria's 'Ghost' killers: Steroid-mad thugs who keep tyrant al-Assad's murderous regime in power are terrorising civilians - Mirror Online

Syria massacre: The steroid-mad 'Ghost' killers who keep Assad in power | Mail Online

Dr Mousab Azzawi, who runs the Syrian Network for Human Rights from London but had treated some of the Shabiha in Latakia, said recently: 'They were like monsters. 'They had huge muscles, and big bellies and beards. They took steroids to pump up their bodies. I had to talk to them like children as they like people with low intelligence. 'SYRIA COULD TRAIN ITS CHEMICAL WEAPONS ON ISRAEL' Syria's large chemical weapons stocks could be trained on Israel, the latter's deputy military chief has warned. According to Maj. Gen. Yair Naveh, Syria has the largest arsenal of chemical weapons in the world. If the Syrians had the chance, he said, they would 'treat us the same way they treat their own people'. Syria has not declared its chemical weapons stocks so their exact size is not known. Among other things, Israel is worried that such weapons could fall into the hands of anti-Israel militants should the Syrian regime crumble. Israeli radio stations and newspapers carried Naveh's remarks today. He delivered them Sunday night at a ceremony in Jerusalem commemorating fallen soldiers. Syrian activists estimate more than 13,000 people have died since an uprising against the Syrian regime erupted 15 months ago, drawing a bloody crackdown. Israel has been watching the carnage in neighboring Syria with increasing concern. The two countries have fought major wars and multiple attempts to reach a peace deal failed. Syria has strong ties to Iran, Israel's most fearsome enemy, and to Palestinian and Lebanese militants that have warred with Israel. 'That is what makes them so terrifying -- the combination of strength and blind allegiance to the regime.' Emergence of the death squad pictures comes after William Hague said yesterday he may have to send troops to Syria if the country spirals into a- Bosnian-style civil war. The Foreign Secretary said Britain would have to 'greatly increase our support for the opposition' if the current United Nations plan for a ceasefire fails, as his office now fears. Mr Hague repeatedly refused to rule out military action yesterday if Syria descends into 'terrible' sectarian violence.

Syrian forces killing and sexually abusing children, says UN | World news |

The UN secretary general Ban Ki-moon's annual report on children and armed conflict during 2011 included Syrian government forces and the allied shabiha for the first time on a list of 52 governments and armed groups that recruit, kill or sexually attack children in armed conflicts. "In almost all recorded cases, children were among the victims of military operations by government forces, including the Syrian armed forces, the intelligence forces and the shabiha militia, in their ongoing conflict with the opposition, including the Free Syrian Army," the report says. The report quotes a witness to an attack on the village of Ayn l'Arouz in Idlib province on 9 March 2012 in which several dozen boys and girls between the ages of eight and 13 were forcibly taken from their homes and "used by soldiers and militia members as human shields, placing them in front of the windows of buses carrying military personnel into the raid on the village". The UN said it had collected dozens of witness accounts from children as young as 14 who were tortured in detention, as well as from former members of the Syrian military who were forced to witness or carry out acts of torture, the report says. Most child victims of torture described being beaten, blindfolded, subjected to stress positions, whipped with heavy electrical cables, scarred by cigarette burns and in one case subjected to electrical shock to the genitals, the report says. One witness reported seeing a boy about 15 years old die as a result of repeated beatings.

US defends Russian arms deal despite Syria link - Yahoo! News Canada

FULL-LENGTH EDITION: Lagarde and Syria -- Amanpour - Blogs

Elie Wiesel - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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History Watch UK: Why did the USA bomb the Chinese embassy in Belgrade in 1999?

CNN Floats Idea Of US Assassinating Syria's President Assad |


War on Sugar

War on Chicken



"When Cyber 9/11 Hits! It Is Not A Question Of Whether This Will Happen It Is A Question Of When!" - [VIDEO]

Full Text of S. 2105: Cybersecurity Act of 2012 -

Experts warn of shortage of U.S. cyber pros

Online porn 'is turning children into sex attackers': Young act out depraved scenes they see on web, says Deputy Children's Commissioner | Mail Online


Agenda 21

World Health Organisation: Diesel Engine Exhaust Causes Lung Cancer : TreeHugger

Carbon Corruption | Washington Free Beacon

Bank Of America Pledges $50 Billion to Combat "Climate Change" - Pat Dollard

Climate Change Dispatch - How Green is Your Bankster? Bank of America spends $50 billion to save the world



New charges against "NATO 3" won't be unveiled until July -

Operation Purple Chariot

Ref: Operation “Purple Chariot”

Here is a list of the assets that are being deployed at the Olympics.

HMS York Class 42 Destroyer

HMS Ocean L12 Aircraft Carrier

4 x Reaper and 5 x Predator UAVS

6 x Rapier missile systems

9 x (Lrad) Sonic weapon platforms

27,000 Military personnel

2,000 under cover police officers

All this information was given to my family member after a very high level meeting involving Government, Military, MI5 and strangely US FBI and Academi representatives on Nov 4th 2011. He was told that HMS Ocean will be command and control centre during the Olympics under the call sign “Cabaret”.

I'm trying to get more information from my family member and will forward this asap, also will send you information about UK shopping centres when I confirm.


I have just been given the reason for what's happening, according to my family member the UK was placed on a Level 1 (Critical) Alert, on the 15th September 2011 after intelligence received.

In reference to the Shopping Complexes, they have all received letters from the Government informing them that they will have to take fingerprints of all staff and install fingerprints scanners at all Staff entrances and full body scanners are to be installed at all public entrances by the end of 2013.

I have found out the the first one to have this equipment installed is MeadowHall shopping Complex, Sheffield, South Yorkshire UK.


Gitmo Jewelry


Alzheimer's vaccine trial a success - Startpage - Karolinska Institutet

Freezer failure at brain bank hampers autism research

The McLean freezer, one of 24 in the Harvard Brain Tissue Resource Center, was protected by two separate alarm systems, and staff checked an external thermostat twice a day to ensure that the tissue samples were maintained at about minus-80 degrees Celsius. But on May 31, center Assistant Director George Tejada opened so-called Freezer U and wasn't greeted by the expected blast of cold air. Though the alarms had not been triggered and the external thermostat read minus-79, the actual temperature was 7 degrees, roughly equivalent to a refrigerator. Based on the condition of the brains, Benes estimates the freezer had turned off three days earlier. Benes said the situation is so unusual - the perfect storm of alarm and thermostat failure and the concentration of samples - that she cannot rule out foul play. She said she has not spoken to law enforcement officials, pending the completion of the internal investigation. In the interim, she said, McLean will upgrade security in the freezer room, which is under lock and key and watched by a surveillance camera. The freezer contained about 150 brain samples from people who had died with a neurological condition such as autism, Parkinson's disease, or Alzheimer's disease, or a psychiatric one like bipolar disorder or schizophrenia. More than 50 of those brains made up one-third of Autism Speaks' Autism Tissue Program, a repository of postmortem brain tissue from children and young adults with the condition. The next largest autism brain bank, at the University of Maryland, has about 60 autism brains, according to its website.

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