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"Population does not cause poverty, private-central banks do. Reduce the human population to 10 million but keep private central banks and still the vast majority of those 10 million will live in poverty. What is being culled from the human herd is not the excess population, but merely that segment of the population from whom the bankers can no longer reap huge profits!" -- Michael Rivero

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January 16, 2019

Jan 16 09:12

McDonald’s, Taco Bell and Wendy’s spent over a BILLION on TV ads to target black and Hispanic kids after promising to fight soaring rates of obesity among minority children

Fast food chains - including McDonald's and Taco Bell - and candy companies are spending far more money to advertise unhealthy food to black and Hispanic children than they are on marketing geared toward white youth, a new report reveals.
On TV networks with mostly black audiences - like BET and OWN - 86 percent of the total 2017 advertising spending for food companies was marketed junk food, sugary drinks and unhealthy snacks.

Jan 16 09:11

Now women say Gillette are sexist too: Critics hammer shaving firm online for marketing pink razors called Venus to female users

Women who use Gillette products have blasted the shaving company for sexism for marketing pink razors called Venus to female users - just hours after its campaign to tackle 'toxic masculinity' divided the nation.
Consumers blasted the global company and accused it of double standards over its branding which include the Passion and Embrace range.

Jan 16 09:10

Nike reveals $350 'Marty McFly' Adapt BB self lacing sneakers controlled by an app

Nike has revealed a pair of $350 'Back to the Future' sneakers with 'power laces' controlled from a phone.
The new Nike Adapt BB are specifically designed for basketball and automatically tighten or loosen with a press of the button either on the shoes themselves or via a smartphone.
The range will initially go on sale only in the US for $350 dollars (£272), on February 17th - although they are expected to sell out instantly.

Jan 16 08:57

Earth's Magnetic Poles Shifting To Reversal?

Some scientists believe the last pole shift happened about 780,000 years ago, with another almost happening 40,000 years ago. In fact, pole shifts have occurred regularly throughout the history of Earth, and take upwards of thousands of years to complete.

Jan 16 08:57

Polish father-of-five, 75, who caught wrong Ryanair flight at Leeds Airport and ended up 1,000 miles from home only realised he was in MALTA when the taxi driver didn’t understand him

A man visiting his family in the UK was put on the wrong plane to fly back home to Poland - ending up 1,000 miles away in Malta.
Pawel Lawreniuk, 75, realised he had landed in the wrong county when he asked a bemused taxi driver to take him home only to discover he did not speak a word of Polish.
The widower was booked on to the 6.50am Ryanair flight to Gdansk from Leeds-Bradford airport on Sunday, January 6.

Jan 16 08:43

Upskirting is set to become a criminal offence in spring with perverts who film up women's skirts facing up to two years in prison as new law passes final legal hurdle

Taking pictures up a woman's skirt is set to become a criminal offence in the spring - with perverts found guilty of doing so facing up to two years in prison.
Upskirting often sees perpetrators taking photographs or videos of a victim's groin area from under their clothing, often without that person's knowledge.
A new law which bans 'upskirting' passed its final legal hurdle today when it received its third reading in the Upper Chamber of the House of Lords.

Jan 16 08:42

'If this is sexual harassment, it's happened to me 85 times': Men are outraged after a barman is branded a predator in a TV experiment - for complimenting his colleague and putting his hand on her back

Millennials were challenged on their ideas of what constitutes sexual harassment in a new TV experiment.
Is This Sexual Harassment?, which aired on BBC One last night, saw a group of young men and women shown a fictional film that followed the story of a bar manager and her male colleague during her first few weeks on the job.
The viewers were then asked to weigh in on whether the man's behaviour fit the description of sexual harassment - before being given the verdict by a lawyer.

Jan 16 08:40

Married policeman is sacked for slapping a female colleague's bottom as they cleared up Windsor after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Royal Wedding

A police officer who slapped a female colleague's bottom during the clean-up of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding has been sacked by a panel that found he also sexually assaulted a man at his station.
Clinton Geldard said 'I will destroy you' and made other lewd comments when he smacked the female junior officer he was supposed to be mentoring.
Geldard also smacked the woman's rear as they refuelled their patrol car in the town.

Jan 16 08:37

Vandals Target Pro-life Billboards,Scrawl 'your life Drains Earth' beneath Picture of Baby

The signs were vandalized the night before the organization placed thousand of white crosses in a field to represent the babies aborted every day in the US

Jan 16 08:35

The Wave of Illegal Aliens Converge on Los Angeles



Jan 16 08:15

A PS4 Sale on Craigslist Turns Into an Expert Lesson in Trolling

The seedy online underbelly of deal-hunting almost always ends at meet-up sites like Craigslist or Facebook Marketplace, which you should always navigate with caution. There's nothing worse than agreeing on a price for a cell phone or that long lost Labyrinth VHS, only to find yourself meeting under a bridge in Teaneck with a dude pointing a knife at your Adam's apple. Worst Thursday night ever.

Jan 16 08:15

This Guy Learned He Was Dating His Half-Sister From a DNA Kit

If your significant other has ever given you a present you immediately wanted to return to the store, this story will make you think again. On Christmas Day, just a few weeks ago, one woman gave her boyfriend a 23andme DNA kit that had the couple so freaked out, they not only wanted to throw it out the window, but also promptly broke up and haven't spoken since.

Jan 16 08:09

Family upset after newspaper refuses to publish obit blaming Trump for hastening woman's death

The family of an 87-year-old Kentucky woman was none too happy when their local newspaper refused to run the woman's obituary with a line that blamed her death on frustration with President Donald Trump.

Jan 16 07:31

Visualizing the World’s Busiest Ports

Jan 16 06:42

The top 10 immune system KILLERS of all time



Jan 16 06:26

Orwellian



Jan 16 05:40

Pro-Israel: Top Recipients

The numbers on this page are based on contributions from PACs and individuals giving $200 or more.

All donations took place during the 2017-2018 election cycle and were released by the Federal Election Commission on Tuesday, January 08, 2019.

1st and 2nd place:
1 Menendez, Robert (D-NJ) Senate $546,507
2 Cruz, Ted (R-TX) Senate $349,437

Jan 16 05:03

The Average Adult In The U.S. “Logs 6 Hours, 43 Minutes Of Total Screen Time Daily”



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Jan 16 04:48

US and Britain conduct first joint drill in South China Sea

USS McCampbell and HMS Argyll join forces as US seeks to push back against China’s claims to disputed waters

The United States and Britain have conducted their first joint naval drills in the South China Sea, as Washington seeks support from its allies in challenging Beijing’s claims to the disputed waters.

US Navy guided missile destroyer USS McCampbell and Royal Navy frigate HMS Argyll conducted operations together in the South China Sea from Friday last week until Wednesday, the two countries said.

The US said the two vessels had practised communication drills, division tactics, and a personnel exchange designed to address common maritime security priorities and enhance interoperability

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Jan 16 04:35

Syrians, Iraqis defeated Daesh

Syrians, Iraqis defeated Daesh, not Americans: Iran’s Zarif

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says the victory over the Daesh terrorist group in Iraq and Syria was the result of endeavors by the two nations themselves and that the United States played no role in defeating the outfit.

Foreign Minister Zarif made the remarks on Wednesday in a meeting with Iranian and Iraqi businesspeople as well as local officials in the Iraqi city of Karbala.

Zarif pointed to the fact that America has not succeed in combating terrorism in other parts of the world and said success in Iraq and Syria came about because the people of the two countries stood up, fought, and sacrificed lives. “That is why this victory has nothing to do with America...">>>



Jan 16 04:17

US arrests journalist working for Iran's state Press TV

Iranian broadcaster says Marzieh Hashemi was arrested after landing at St Louis international airport

An American journalist working for Iran's English-language Press TV has been arrested by US authorities on unspecified charges, the state-run broadcaster said on Wednesday.

Marzieh Hashemi, 59, was arrested upon arrival at St Louis Lambert International Airport on Sunday and transferred by the FBI to a detention facility in Washington, DC, Press TV said.

"Her relatives were unable to contact her, and she was allowed to contact her daughter only two days after her arrest," the Iranian broadcaster reported.
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Hashemi's reported arrest comes amid heightened tensions between Iran and the US.

During his recent trip through the Middle East, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the US is "redoubling" its efforts to put pressure on Iran, accusing it of destabilising the region.

Pompeo vowed to "expel every last Iranian boot" from Syria>>>

(*RELATED: from PRESS TV !

(*FARSNEWS UPDATE: FBI Jails, Tortures Muslim News Anchor wow! they added torture to the story !!!)

Jan 16 04:00

Texas Congressman With Ties to Controversial Donor Introduces $38 Billion Israel Aid Bill

Michael McCaul, the bill’s author, has a long record of supporting Israel and has received $90,000 from pro-Israel political action committees that give to both Republicans and Democrats.

On January 8th Republican Congressman Michael T. McCaul of Texas introduced H.R. 336, reported to be a companion bill to S.1, the Senate bill that would cement a $38 billion package to Israel, combat the movement to pressure Israel to adhere to international law known as BDS, and other measures.

The text of the bill is not yet publicly available>>>

Jan 16 02:28

'They shot at us like rabbits' : Violence against demonstrators by French police intensifies

Yellow Vest Fireman Protester Shot in the Back of Head

'severe brain injury'



Jan 15 21:54

Demand for new smartphones is in free-fall and this chart shows that the bottom is not yet in sight

In a note to clients, Credit Suisse published estimates showing that global smartphone production is in free-fall, and the bank’s analysts warned that the “bottom not yet in sight.”

Credit Suisse revised down its smartphone production forecast for the final three months of 2018, predicting it will fall by 3% quarter-on-quarter to 357 million units. It said first-quarter output will fall 19% to 289 million units.

Put another way, Credit Suisse thinks smartphone production levels will drop to their lowest level since 2013 in the first three months of 2019.

Jan 15 21:53

There's a simple reason your new smart TV was so affordable: It's collecting and selling your data

A recent interview on The Verge's podcast with Vizio's chief technology officer, Bill Baxter, did a great job illuminating how this works.

"This is a cutthroat industry," Baxter said. "It's a 6% margin industry. The greater strategy is I really don't need to make money off of the TV. I need to cover my cost."

More specifically, companies like Vizio don't need to make money from every TV they sell.

Smart TVs can be sold at or near cost to consumers because Vizio is able to monetize those TVs through data collection, advertising, and selling direct-to-consumer entertainment (movies, etc.).

Or, as Baxter put it: "It's not just about data collection. It's about post-purchase monetization of the TV."

Jan 15 21:51

Tidal’s allegedly bogus streaming numbers are under investigation in Norway

320 million Beyoncé and Kanye West streams allegedly never happened



Jan 15 21:50

Four out of five Americans distrust mainstream social media sites like Facebook

Americans are so disillusioned by social media, that many are turning to forums for trustworthy information.

Jan 15 20:48

CNN Analyst calls out radio host for "White Privilege" and is promptly informed that said man is Black.



Jan 15 20:38

Bill Maher Blasts ‘Incels’ Who Defaced ‘Real Time’ Billboard with NPC Meme

“incels” who defaced a promotional billboard for his HBO show Real Time with the “NPC” internet meme

Jan 15 19:41

Sackler Family Boasted In '90s That Oxycontin 'Prescription Blizzard' Would Be 'Deep, Dense & White'

A member of the Oxycontin-manufacturing Sackler family said at the launch party for the drug in the 1990's that the coming "prescription blizzard" would be "deep, dense and white," according to a bombshell court filing by the Massachusetts Attorney General.



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Jan 15 19:39

ThinkProgress Editor Slams Conservatives For Celebrating Woman Shooting Armed Mugger

ThinkProgress "LGBTQ Editor" Zack Ford deleted a tweet on Tuesday where he slammed conservatives for being "thrilled" that an innocent woman shot and killed a 19-year-old armed mugger in Chicago.

Jan 15 19:19

Anonymous, Pirates and Activists Challenge Articles 11, 12a, 13 With Stop ACTA 2 Protests January 19th Across Europe

By Aaron Kesel

The European Union is attempting to censor the Internet with several new initiatives called Article 11, 12a, and 13 while numerous other Articles are pending to be drafted that could affect your Internet freedom rights.

These Articles will have legal implications that will break the Internet as we know it. Not only will they include an “upload filter” if passed to block copyrighted (or unwanted) content from being uploaded on the Internet, it will also be impossible to link to source material, including educational content and even memes...



Jan 15 18:59

Device “Ownership” Is a Civil Liberties Issue

By Kit Walsh

The technology you rely on to interact with the world and express yourself should ultimately obey you, not the company that made it. If the devices in our pockets, on our bodies, and all around us are going to help us advance our own values, it has to be possible to control and customize them so they don’t just do whatever their manufacturer envisioned...

Jan 15 18:57

Economic Controls Turn Regular People Into Criminals

By Jeffrey A. Tucker

Part of the underlying drama of the show The Americans is that we know how it ends up. The glorious communist utopia of the Soviet Union, to which the main protagonists have devoted their lives as undercover spies, goes belly up at the end. Which is to say: they seem to be wasting their lives on a lost cause. The viewer knows this going in. The characters do not. They continue to believe they are working for the great cause.

You can summarize every domestic economic policy of Russia following the Bolshevik Revolution through 1991 as an attempt to salvage the unsalvageable. The attempt began in 1922 with the New Economic Policy, an expedient to save lives following the disastrous wartime socialism. It continued all the way through Nikita Khrushchev’s attempt to create a pricing system for planned markets. Even Mikhail Gorbachev’s reforms were intended to save the system from itself....

Jan 15 18:39

Police Seized My Clients’ Children Because They Homeschooled. Last Week a Court Ruled It Was OK

By Robert Clarke

The Wunderlich family wanted to do what thousands of families in America do with no questions asked: educate their children at home.

But homeschooling is not allowed in Germany, and the state has relentlessly pursued the Wunderlichs and even seized their children. One morning in August 2013, 33 police officers and seven social workers showed up at their front door, threatening to open it with a battering ram. The parents cried as their children were carried screaming out of their home.

The children were later returned but were ordered to attend public school. Since then, the Wunderlichs have continued their fight in court, ultimately reaching the European Court of Human Rights...

Jan 15 17:54

Did WaPo Really Fact-Check Trump Over His Fast Food Dinner With The Clemson Football Team?

"How much did Jeff Bezos pay for the Washington Post?"

"How much did Jeff Bezos make today?

Jan 15 16:30

DEEP State in DEEP Panic! NY Times Drops Bomb On Publics Head—FBI Coup



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Jan 15 16:14

A big win for Judicial Watch and step towards upholding the Rule of Law

Federal Court Orders Discovery on Clinton Email, Benghazi Scandal: "Top Obama-Clinton Officials, Susan Rice and Ben Rhodes to Respond to Judicial Watch Questions Under Oath"

Jan 15 16:03

This is the “out of touch” reality that exists in Silicon Valley

... while others sleep on the streets ...

Jan 15 15:38

William Barr: "It is vitally important that the special counsel be allowed to complete his investigation.

I have known Bob Mueller for 30 years. We worked closely together throughout my previous tenure at the Dept. of Justice.

We've been friends since."

Jan 15 14:58

Literally feminazis

Professor Gets “Mein Kampf” Published In Academic Journals By Using Feminist Buzzwords

Jan 15 14:56

Gillette's Decade Long Gender Bias

Jan 15 14:46

Student Debt Crisis Worsens: Florida Board Of Health Suspends Licenses Over Defaults

The United States Department of Education estimates more than 10 percent of student loan borrowers are in default. The federal government estimates Americans owe $1.2 trillion in student debt. That figure is now larger than all outstanding U.S. credit card and vehicle debt combined.

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