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  So I get bombarded by Info Daily.......
Posted by: kdog - 06-08-2018, 02:00 AM - Forum: General News and Events - Replies (3)

I will try to share daily. 

Try..... 

First one.....


Fiery lava from Hawaii's ongoing volcanic eruption has completely evaporated the water from Green Lake, the Big Island's largest freshwater lake, according to the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).
The assassination by evaporation began this past Saturday morning (June 2), when lava from Fissure 8 flowed into the lake and boiled the water away. The lake didn't go peacefully, either. Rather, the boiling water turned into a thick white plume that reached high into the sky, the USGS reported.
The Hawaii County Fire Department (HCFD) snapped a photo showing the tail end of the annihilation. The above image shows the still-steaming lava in Green Lake, which is located near the intersection of highways 132 and 137, the USGS said. [Photos: Fiery Lava from Kilauea Volcano Erupts on Hawaii's Big Island]

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  Secret Obama-era Permit Let Iran Convert Funds To Dollars.
Posted by: BIAD - 06-07-2018, 04:22 PM - Forum: America's Ex-President Obama - Replies (1)

Just taking care of his Iranian friends, I suppose.
tinywondering


Quote:Secret Obama-era permit let Iran convert funds to dollars.

'WASHINGTON (AP) -After striking an elusive nuclear deal with Iran, the Obama administration found itself in a
quandary in early 2016: Iran had been promised access to its long-frozen overseas reserves, including $5.7
billion stuck in an Omani bank.

To spend it, Iran wanted to convert the money into U.S. dollars and then euros, but top U.S. officials had repeatedly
promised Congress that Iran would never gain access to America’s financial system.

Those assurances notwithstanding, the Obama administration secretly issued a license to let Iran sidestep U.S.
sanctions for the brief moment required to convert the funds through an American bank, an investigation by Senate
Republicans released Wednesday showed. The plan failed when two U.S. banks refused to participate.

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Yet two years later, the revelation is re-igniting the bitter debate over the nuclear deal and whether former President
Barack Obama was too eager to grant concessions to Tehran.

“The Obama administration misled the American people and Congress because they were desperate to get a deal
with Iran,” said Sen. Rob Portman, R-Ohio, who chairs the Senate panel that conducted the investigation.

And Republican Rep. Ed Royce, the House Foreign Affairs Committee chairman, accused Obama of trying to “hide
a secret push to give the ayatollah access to the U.S. dollar.”

Not so, former Obama administration officials said, arguing the decision to grant the license adhered to the spirt
of the deal, which included allowing Iran to regain access to foreign reserves that had been off-limits because of U.S
 sanctions.

They said the public assurances that Iran would be kept out were intended to dispel incorrect reports about nonexistent
proposals that would have gone much farther by letting Iran actually buy or sell things in dollars.

The former Obama officials disputed that the momentary access to U.S. banks to convert funds through the dollar
constituted “access to the U.S. financial system.” What’s more, they dismissed the report as another example of
a faulty approach to Iran policy by Republicans and by President Donald Trump, who last month withdrew the U.S.
from the landmark 2015 nuclear accord.

“They continue to malign the deal in an effort to justify President Trump’s unjustifiable decision,” said Ned Price,
who was Obama’s White House National Security Council spokesman, referring to GOP lawmakers.

Still, the report by the Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations sheds light on the delicate balance the
Obama administration sought to strike after the deal, as it worked to ensure Iran received its promised benefits
without playing into the hands of the deal’s opponents.

Amid a tense political climate, Iran hawks in the U.S., Israel and elsewhere argued that the United States was giving
far too much to Tehran and that the windfall would be used to fund extremism and other troubling Iranian activity.

The Treasury Department license, issued in February 2016 and never disclosed, would have allowed Iran to convert
$5.7 billion it held at Oman’s Bank of Muscat from Omani rials into euros by exchanging them first into dollars.
If the Omani bank had allowed the exchange without such a license, it would have violated sanctions that bar Iran from
transactions that touch the U.S. financial system.

The situation resulted from the fact that Iran had stored billions in Omani rials, a currency that’s notoriously hard to convert.
The U.S. dollar is the world’s dominant currency, so allowing it to be used as a conversion instrument for Iranian assets
was the easiest and most efficient way to speed up Iran’s access to its own funds.

“Yikes,” one former Treasury official told colleagues in an email, as described by the report. “It looks like we committed
to a whole lot beyond just allowing the immobilized funds to settle out.”

The Obama administration approached two U.S. banks to facilitate the conversion, the report said, but both refused,
citing the reputational risk of doing business with or for Iran.

Issuing the license was not illegal. Still, it went above and beyond what the Obama administration was required to do
under the terms of the nuclear agreement, in which the U.S. and world powers gave Iran billions of dollars in sanctions
relief in exchange for curbing its nuclear program.

The license issued to Bank Muscat stood in stark contrast to repeated public statements from the Obama White House,
the Treasury and the State Department, all of which denied that the administration was contemplating allowing Iran
access to the U.S. financial system.

Yet almost immediately after the sanctions relief took effect in January 2016, Iran began to complain that it wasn’t reaping
the benefits it had envisioned. Iran argued that other sanctions -such as those linked to human rights, terrorism and missile
development -were scaring off potential investors and banks who feared any business with Iran would lead to punishment.

The global financial system is heavily intertwined with U.S. banks, making it nearly impossible to conduct many international
transactions without touching New York in one way or another.

As the Obama administration pondered how to address Iran’s complaints in 2016, reports in The Associated Press and
other media outlets revealed that the U.S. was considering additional sanctions relief, including issuing licenses that would
allow Iran limited transactions in dollars.

Democratic and Republican lawmakers argued against it throughout the late winter, spring and summer of 2016.
They warned that unless Tehran was willing to give up more, the U.S. shouldn’t give Iran anything more than it already had.

At the time, the Obama administration downplayed those concerns while speaking in general terms about the need for the U.S.
to live up to its part of the deal. Secretary of State John Kerry and other top aides fanned out across Europe, Asia and the Middle
East trying to convince banks and businesses they could do business with Iran without violating sanctions and facing steep fines.

“Since Iran has kept its end of the deal, it is our responsibility to uphold ours, in both letter and spirit,” Treasury Secretary
Jack Lew said in March 2016, without offering details.

That same week, the AP reported that the Treasury had prepared a draft of a license that would have given Iran much broader
permission to convert its assets from foreign currencies into easier-to-spend currencies like euros, yen or rupees, by first
exchanging them for dollars at offshore financial institutions.

The draft involved a general license, a blanket go-ahead that allows all transactions of a certain type, rather than a specific
license like the one given to Oman’s Bank Muscat, which only covers specific transactions and institutions.

The proposal would have allowed dollars to be used in currency exchanges provided that no Iranian banks, no Iranian rials
and no sanctioned Iranian individuals or businesses were involved, and that the transaction did not begin or end in U.S. dollars.


Obama administration officials at the time assured concerned lawmakers that a general license wouldn’t be coming.
But the report from the Republican members of the Senate panel showed that a draft of the license was indeed prepared,
though it was never published.

And when questioned by lawmakers about the possibility of granting Iran any kind of access to the U.S. financial system,
Obama-era officials never volunteered that the specific license for Bank Muscat in Oman had been issued two months earlier.

According to the report, Iran is believed to have found other ways to access its money, possibly by exchanging it in smaller
quantities through another currency...'
A.P News:



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  Dead reindeer's on the tundra
Posted by: Wallfire - 06-07-2018, 11:37 AM - Forum: Fragile Earth - Replies (1)

So what do people think, is this just the circle of life or is it a land grab by the power companies ? . If the reindeer die off then the people have to leave the tundra. Was the anthrax vaccine posion?, or just nature been a bitch.


Quote:Dead reindeer on the tundra. Photo: Tatiana Britskaya, Novaya Gazeta
On the Verge of a Plague
On the Yamal peninsula, the reindeer are dying again and the mortality rate this time is greater than during the anthrax epidemic two years ago.
By
Novaya Gazeta

June 05, 2018
Text by Tatiana Britskaya

 
The corpses are lying all over the tundra. According to estimates from local Nenetsreindeer herders, about 3 thousand have already fallen. This would be more than in the summer of 2016 when approximately 2500 animals died from an outbreak of anthrax. The most likely cause is the lack of food after the prolonged winter. There was long a 10 centimeter crust of ice preventing the animals from getting to the moss trapped underneath.
People are writing in social networks that some tundra families with herds of 400-700 deer have been left with only 5 animals. And no one is helping dispose of rotting corpses scattered on the tundra.
Yamal and Ural regional reindeer herders are calling this an emergency situation, but so far they have got no response from the officials. They have been advised to wait for the thaw which should arrive in (hopefully) a couple of weeks and when the snow starts to melt, the grazing moss will appear.
«Our much-beloved officials should know that some people have only 5 reindeer left. Their inaction will never be forgiven by the reindeer herders. After all, we are citizens of the Russian Federation and just like any other citizens of this country, we have the right to state aid,» a comment from the “Voice of the Tundra” social media group.



Quote:Our much-beloved officials should know that some people have only 5 reindeer left. Their inaction will never be forgiven by the reindeer herders. After all, we are citizens of the Russian Federation and just like any other citizens of this country, we have the right to state aid

Yeiko Serotetto is the group’s creator and a Yamal activist and makes it clear that people can speak without fear of censorship. Two weeks ago, he sent an open letter to Governor Kobylkin demanding that the government declare a state of emergency. Nenets reindeer herders require immediate assistance transporting the herds to summer pastures and with the removal of the corpses, which will become a source of new infections within the month. Serotetto has not yet received a serious reply and in the meantime, Mr. Kobylkin is no longer even in Yamal, having taken over as the head of the federal minister of natural resources of and ecology.
Andrei Listishenko, the chief veterinarian of the Yamal-Nenets Autonomous District, has also left along with him.
Mr. Listishenko, commenting on the case of the dying reindeer, compared them to pigs who also periodically die on farms. The reindeer herders were indignant pointing out that pigs do not die from ice.
On the Yamal Peninsula, the reindeer herds are more than just farm animals. They are a symbol of tundra life and a source of food, clothing, transport, housing and the main source of income. For the nomadic Nenets people, to lose a herd means to die.
[Image: reindeerdead2-tatianabritskaya-novaya.jpg]Dear reindeer on the Yamal tundra. Photo: Tatiana Britskaya, Novaya Gazeta
 
And with the lack of official information, rumors as to the real cause of the disaster have begun appearing. Has this curse been caused by the anthrax vaccinations they introduced on the peninsula after the epidemic? Perhaps the weakened animals had not been able to tolerate the vaccination. An even more conspiratorial version of events points to the possibility that the reindeer had actually been shot with poison to reduce the number of animals. It has long been known that the Yamal is overgrazed and Mr. Kobylkin had promised to somehow cut back the herd from more than 700 thousand, the largest in the world, to 110 thousand.
And among the Nenets, the most popular “conspiracy theory” is that by depleting the herd, the indigenous people will be forced to leave and grazing pastures can be used exclusively for the extraction of hydrocarbons.
At the same time, even the reindeer herders who still have some of their herds left can not migrate across the tundra because of loss of many of their riding animals. Without these animals, the herds cannot be driven to the summer pastures. If they do not migrate, the food base will not recover until autumn and then when next winter comes, everyone will die.
Yeiko Serotetto has already sent another appeal to the Ministry of Natural Resources. The main request is to help dispose of the reindeer remains in order to prevent an epidemic. In response to inquiries, the district veterinary service has told journalists that the tundra workers themselves have to deal with this problem but the veterinarians have promised to supervise. This can also be taken as meaning  that if nomads do not destroy corpses, they can be fined. But it is also true that cleaning up after this plague is practically impossible as there are no crematoria or animal cemeteries in the plagued region.
Any official comments on the situation have been extremely scarce but after a long silence, the veterinarians did confirm that a clinical examination of the animal remains in the Seyakhin and Tambey tundra has shown no signs of infectious diseases. 
Biomaterial is sent to experts in Salekhard and scientists at the Salekhard Scientific Center for Arctic Studies have long spoken about the impoverishment of tundra vegetation. 6% of the Yamal tundra has literally been turned into desert. Reindeer herders say however that there would be enough food if the fuel and energy sector was not also occupying the pasture land. Drilling rigs and pipelines have been installed on the Nenets’ ancestral lands and this process has disturbed the reindeers’ migratory routs. It has also killed the fish. And where there are no animals, the earth turns into a desert.
In the summer of 2014, many Yamal reindeer also died from a lack of food. At that time, the loss was about 60 thousand.
 
Translation from Russian by Adam Goodman
https://thebarentsobserver.com/en/ecolog...rge-plague


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  Jewellers Store Raided In London... And it's Normal.
Posted by: BIAD - 06-05-2018, 09:31 PM - Forum: Breaking News - Replies (1)

The Sun newspaper is known for it's dramatic articles that usually have footage taken by a bystander.

This report is about a 'smash-and-grab' in a London Jewellers on the morning of Tuesday 5th May 2018
and in itself, is worrying -but has become regular scene about the city that now holds the ethics of a
Persian bazaar.


Quote:'Stunned shoppers described seeing a gang of men armed with knives and hammers
target Watches of Switzerland in Regent Street this morning.

A plain clothed police officer is said to have wrestled one of the suspects -who fled on foot
-to the ground. Footage of the raid, recorded from across the road, showed the gang storming
the luxury jewellers.

Three of the thugs were seen running out of the watch shop and jumping onto a moped, while one
fled on foot and a fifth was wrestled to the ground by onlookers.

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Adam Alabsia, a security guard at nearby Massimo Dutti, who was seen in the footage running
towards the store, told the Sun Online: "I saw about five people running out of the store...'
The Sun:

What caught my eye wasn't the size of motorcycles used in the raid that are reported as 'mopeds', or even
the large knives left after the attack.

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It was what a Manager is quoted to have said from a store close by.

'...Shafa Khatun, manager of neighbouring J Crew, said: "We are used to it now.
The police response was pretty good...'

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It is the third time in four months the jewellers has been targeted by moped thugs.

See...? The Mayor of London was correct when he said that it's normal for a large community to get used
to dealing with such violence. If it happens in Hyperabad or Jaipur, then why not London.
Dontcha' just love cultural assimilation?



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  Is any VPN safe
Posted by: Wallfire - 06-05-2018, 02:41 PM - Forum: Computers, Internet and the Digital World - Replies (1)

So this is the question, can we trust any VPN

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IPVanish “No-Logging” VPN Led Homeland Security to Comcast User
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IPVanish, a VPN provider that for years claimed a strict no-logging policy, led Homeland Security to a suspect using a Comcast IP address, court papers filed in 2016 reveal. StackPath, the new operator of IPVanish, informs TorrentFreak that they won't speak on behalf of the former team who have long since left the company. Assurances of security have been promised for the future, however.
[Image: spy.jpg]On May 4, 2016, Scott Sikes, a Special Agent with the Department of Homeland Security, was engaged in a child abuse investigation.
Acting undercover, Sikes was monitoring a channel on Internet Relay Chat (IRC) when a suspect posted a link. When Sikes opened it he discovered an image of child pornography.
Sikes struck up a one-on-one chat session with the suspect who subsequently posted three more links, each containing the same kind of material. It was later discovered that the suspect had posted 17 other links leading to similar abuse imagery.
Having captured the suspect’s IP address (209.197.26.72), Sikes traced it back to Highwinds Network Group, a cloud storage, CDN, and colocation company that is perhaps best known among file-sharers for its massive Usenet-related business.
Homeland Security followed up by issuing a Summons for Records on Highwinds, demanding that it hand over the details of the user behind that IP address at the times the IRC user posted the links.
Although not directly mentioned by name in court documents, at the time Highwinds owned the VPN provider IPVanish, a company that has repeatedly claimed to carry zero logs relating to its customers’ activities. It appears that the suspect tracked by Homeland Security was an IPVanish customer but any hope he would remain anonymous was soon dismissed.
On May 26, Highwinds responded to the summons, confirming that the IP address belonged to its VPN service. Initially, the company told HSI that to protect customer data, “we do not log any usage information. Therefore, we do not have any information regarding the referenced IP.”
However, after Sikes contacted Highwinds again, the company suggested that HSI submit a second summons requesting more detailed subscriber information.
On June 9, 2016, HSI served a second summons on Highwinds, requesting “any data associated with IRC traffic using IP 209.197.27.72, port 6667.” On June 21, Highwinds came up with the goods.
In a response to HSI, Highwinds provided information which allowed HSI to identify the suspect connecting to the VPN server, connecting to the IRC server, and then disconnecting from the VPN server. Highwinds also handed over the suspect’s name (Vincent Gevirtz), his email address, plus details of his VPN subscription.
Also made available to HSI was Gevirtz’s real IP address (Comcast 50.178.206.161) “as well as dates and times [he] connected to, and disconnected from, the IRC network,” times which coincided with the activity being investigated by HSI.
HSI then issued a summons on Comcast, requesting customer information on the IP address in question. Comcast responded three days later with a slightly different name – Julian Gevirtz – plus an address in Indiana. Vincent Gevirtz was subsequently found at that address with his parents and later admitted to the conduct carried out in the IRC channel. He further admitted to having shared images of abuse online for at least seven years.
While there will be few people disappointed that Gevirtz was tracked down by HSI, there was considerable uproar yesterday when the court documents were posted to the /r/piracy discussion page on Reddit.
IPVanish has always been extremely vocal about its no-logging policies but the court documents in the Gevirtz case appear to show that the company logged extensively, apparently down to what services were accessed and when.
So, with this apparent contradiction in hand, TF contacted StackPath, the company that bought Highwinds and therefore IPVanish back in 2017. How can its “zero logs” policy exist alongside the handing over of so much information?
“We are glad you asked. That lawsuit was from 2016 – long before StackPath acquired IPVanish in 2017,” said Jeremy Palmer, Vice President, Product & Marketing.
“IPVanish does not, has not, and will not log or store logs of our users as a StackPath company. I can’t speak to what happened on someone else’s watch, and that management team is long gone. But know this – in addition to not logging, StackPath will defend the privacy of our users, regardless of who demands otherwise.”
It’s pretty clear from this statement that StackPath doesn’t want to get into what went before and at least to a degree, that’s understandable. That being said, these things must have some kind of paper trail – logs if you like – that document what went on and who was responsible. So we asked again, this time tacking on some more questions to try and nail things down.
We began by asking about the general logging policies of IPVanish before StackPath took over. Clearly, if the old policy was to log (as the court papers suggest), at some point StackPath must’ve seen those policies and realized they were incompatible with their new approach to privacy. If that was the case, what were the old policies and when were they revised to StackPath standards?
“I can’t speak on behalf of the former executive or legal team (involved in this issue) as they are no longer part of Highwinds Network Group, and haven’t been since the acquisition,” Palmer reiterated.
“It’s impossible for me to speculate or comment about what may have happened under different ownership/management. We don’t keep VPN logs [now]. We value our customer’s privacy above everything else.”
The problem here is that at least as far as the IPVanish privacy statements go, the old policies are exactly the same as the new ones – no logs. Clearly, something has to give. At this point, Palmer provided us with a statement from StackPath CEO Lance Crosby.
Crosby is an industry heavyweight, there is little doubt about that. Founder, CEO and Chairman of Softlayer until its sale to IBM in 2013, Crosby was also former COO of ThePlanet. He doesn’t offer any clear proof but says that the HSI case could’ve been a one-off.
“At the time of the acquisition 2/6/17, the StackPath team and a third party performed due diligence on the platform. No logs existed, no logging systems existed and no previous/current/future intent to save logs existed,” Crosby says.
“The same is true today. We can only surmise, this was a one time directed order from authorities. We cannot find any history of logging at any level. Your privacy is paramount and we will fight any persons or government agencies seeking to infringe upon such.
“I can’t speak to what happened on someone else’s watch but Technology is my life and I’ve spent my career helping customers build on and use the Internet on their terms. StackPath takes that even further — security and privacy is our core mission. I also happen to be a lawyer and I will spend my last breath protecting individuals’ rights to privacy, especially our customers,” he concludes.
While having Crosby’s word on a no-logging future carries weight, we are sadly no closer to finding out what happened back in 2016. There is no mention in the court documents of the one-time logging scenario outlined above although that is certainly possible. The big question of whether it could happen again is up for debate.
Moving forward, IPVanish says it is committed to its ‘no-logging’ policy and says that the difference today is a “completely different management team” and a CEO who is “a strong privacy advocate” who “built StackPath on this foundation.”
IPVanish is the latest high-profile VPN to have provided information to the authorities after earlier claiming security for their users. Back in 2011, HideMyAss handed overinformation that would help to jail LulzSec hacker Cody Kretsinger. Last year it was revealed that PureVPN helped the FBI catch a cyberstalker.


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  The frequency of sexual activity
Posted by: 727Sky - 06-05-2018, 08:43 AM - Forum: Humor, Jokes & Pranks - Replies (11)

Quote:The frequency of sexual activity of senior males depends on where they were born.

Statistics just released from Statistics Canada and The United Nations Board of Health Teams.

They revealed that:  North American men between 60 and 80 years of age, will on average, have sex two to three times per week, whereas Japanese men, in exactly the same age group, will have sex only once or twice per year if they are lucky.
 
This has come as very strange news to most of my buddies at the golf club, as none of us had any idea we were Japanese.


 

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  A Short Vid...
Posted by: Amaterasu Solar - 06-05-2018, 02:32 AM - Forum: Off Topic - Replies (4)

Not sure where would be best to post this, but figured I couldn't go wrong with "Off Topic..."  LOL!






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  Pope Francis Orders White Women To Have Children With Muslims
Posted by: Mystic Wanderer - 06-04-2018, 07:43 PM - Forum: General News and Events - Replies (12)

This loony tune has lost his last brain cell!!!  Or, maybe he thinks we have. 
Well, at least we know what his agenda is. Given what the Muslims believe, do you think once a woman "breeds" with a Muslim she would ever be treated with any kind of decency by him?  They would probably have her stoned to death! 

ARRRRGGGGHHH!!!   Sorry, I just had to vent.   tinyok 


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Quote:Pope Francis has compared Jesus Christ to the leader of an Islamic terrorist death cult and suggested Christian missionaries have a lot in common with members of ISIS, during a wide-ranging and shocking interview in which he also openly promoted socialism and ordered European women to “breed” with Muslim migrants in order to counter “declining birth rates.”

Today, I don’t think that there is a fear of Islam as such but of ISIS and its war of conquest, which is partly drawn from Islam,” he told French newspaper La Croix. “It is true that the idea of conquest is inherent in the soul of Islam, however, it is also possible to interpret the objective in Matthew’s Gospel, where Jesus sends his disciples to all nations, in terms of the same idea of conquest.”

The Pope also admitted he does not enjoy learning about European history and he “dreads” hearing about the “Christian roots of Europe” because, in his opinion, the history of Europe has “colonialist overtones.

It was at this point in the interview that Pope Francis called on European women to “integrate” Muslim migrants into their populations by breeding with them and countering the “declining birth rate” that he blames on the selfishness of white people.

This integration is all the more necessary today since, as a result of a selfish search for well-being, Europe is experiencing the grave problem of a declining birth rate,” he stated. “A demographic emptiness is developing.”

Pope Francis’ opinions are disturbingly similar to those of top Iman Sheikh Muhammad Ayed, who says Muslims should exploit the migrant crisis to breed with Europeans and “conquer their countries.”

Europe has become old and decrepit and needs human reinforcement… they are not motivated by compassion for the Levant, its people and its refugees… soon, we will trample them underfoot, Allah willing,” he stated. “Throughout Europe, all the hearts are enthused with hatred toward Muslims. They wish that we were dead, but they have lost their fertility, so they look for fertility in our midst.”

We will give them fertility! We will breed children with them, because we shall conquer their countries!”
Pope Francis also went on record openly promoting socialism during the interview.

A completely free market does not work,” he claimed. “Markets in themselves are good but they also require a fulcrum, a third party, or a state to monitor and balance them.”

“In other words, [what is needed is] a social market economy.”
It’s been estimated that in the twentieth century alone, socialism and communism resulted in the death of at least 130 million people.
Source
He blames declining birth rates on the selfishness of white people.  Really? tinysurprised
Because we don't want to "breed" with Muslims has nothing to do with selfishness; it has to do with having a brain, and using it!
Well, some of us anyway.

Sigh...   mediumfacepalm

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  "Operation Backyard Brawl" in Tucson, AZ
Posted by: Mystic Wanderer - 06-04-2018, 06:33 PM - Forum: General News and Events - Replies (7)

Craig Sawyer, who is a child trafficking hunter, went down to check out this site when it was brought to his attention that a camp had been found that appeared to be used for child sex trafficking. Children's clothing, dolls, a crib, hair dye, and more was found at the camp, along with harnesses tied around a tree where they secure and sexually abuse children.

A small underground room had been dug out deep enough so the a child couldn't escape.  A bloody knife was also found at the site buried in the earth.

This article shows how CEMEX, a large cement company and owner of the land, is connected to NXIVM, Haiti, China, the Vatican, the Rothschilds, and JonBenet Ramsey, just to name a few.
You might be surprised at some of the names connected, but if you are a regular visitor of this board, you probably already have a good idea. It goes down a deep rabbit hole that veers off in many different directions, leading to the corrupt elite at the end of the line.

The team there now needs help; they are exhausted. If you are close by, please go help if you can.
They also need perishable food, water, tents, etc. He tells you how to get to them in the article. There are several videos included you should watch too.

Please read the entire article and spread this far and wide.  WE HAVE TO SAVE THE CHILDREN!

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For those on Twitter, here is another fantastic thread with more connections and important information: https://twitter.com/EstefaniaRobin2/stat...8778609664

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  Now Guatemala Is Erupting.
Posted by: BIAD - 06-04-2018, 12:47 PM - Forum: Forces of Nature - Replies (2)

Quote:Guatemala's Fuego volcano eruption kills 25, injures hundreds.

'GUATEMALA CITY (Reuters) - An estimated 25 people, including at least three children, were killed and
nearly 300 injured on Sunday in the most violent eruption of Guatemala's Fuego volcano in more than four
decades, officials said.

Volcan de Fuego, whose name means "Volcano of Fire", spewed an 8-kilometer (5-mile) stream of red hot
lava and belched a thick plume of black smoke and ash that rained onto the capital and other regions.
The charred bodies of victims laid on the steaming, ashen remnants of a pyroclastic flow as rescuers
attended to badly injured victims in the aftermath of the eruption.

It was the 3,763-meter (12,346-feet) volcano's second eruption this year.
"It's a river of lava that overflowed its banks and affected the El Rodeo village.
There are injured, burned and dead people," Sergio Cabanas, the general secretary of Guatemala's CONRED
national disaster management agency, said on radio.

CONRED said the number of dead had risen to 25, from an earlier estimate of seven, including a CONRED
employee. Some 3,100 people have been evacuated from the area.
Officials said the dead were so far all concentrated in three towns: El Rodeo, Alotenango and San Miguel los Lotes.

Rescue operations were suspended until 5:00 A.M. (1100 GMT) due to dangerous conditions and inclement weather,
said Cecilio Chacaj, a spokesman for the municipal firefighters department.
Dozens of videos appeared on social media and Guatemalan TV showing the extent of the devastation.

One video published by news outlet Telediario, purportedly taken in the El Rodeo village, showed three bodies
strewn atop the remnants of the flow as rescuers arrived to attend to an elderly man caked from head to toe in
ash and mud.

"Unfortunately El Rodeo was buried and we haven't been able to reach the La Libertad village because of the
lava and maybe there are people that died there too," said CONRED's Cabanas.

"I THINK THEY WERE BURIED'
In another video, a visibly exhausted woman, her face blackened from ash, said she had narrowly escaped as
lava poured through corn fields. "Not everyone escaped, I think they were buried," Consuelo Hernandez told
news outlet Diario de Centroamerica.

Steaming lava flowed down the streets of a village as emergency crews entered homes in search of trapped
residents, another video on a different media outlet showed. President Jimmy Morales said he had convened
his ministers and was considering declaring a state of emergency in the departments of Chimaltenango, Escuintla
and Sacatepequez.

The eruption forced Guatemala City's La Aurora international airport to shut down its only runway due to the presence
of volcanic ash and to guarantee passenger and aircraft safety, Guatemala's civil aviation authority said on Twitter.
The volcano is some 25 miles (40 km) southwest of the capital, Guatemala City, and is close to the colonial city of
Antigua, which is popular with tourists and is known for its coffee plantations.

Workers and guests were evacuated from La Reunion golf club near Antigua as a black cloud of ash rose from just
beyond the club's limits. The lava river was running on the other side of the volcano.
Officials said the volcanic eruption still presented a danger and could cause more mud and pyroclastic flows.

"Temperatures in the pyroclastic flow can exceed 700 degrees (Celsius) and volcanic ash can rain down on a 15-km
(9-mile) radius. That could cause more mud flows and nearby rivers to burst their banks," said Eddy Sanchez, director
of Guatemala's seismological, volcanic and meteorological institute.

The huge plumes of smoke that could be seen from various parts of the country and the ash that fell in four of
Guatemala's departments caused alarm among residents.
David de Leon, a CONRED spokesman, said a change in wind was to blame for the volcanic ash falling on parts of
the capital...'
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