Archive | January 6, 2016

Poland bans E.U. Flag and non-White Invaders*

Poland bans E.U. Flag and non-White Invaders*

The new Polish government has refused to accept any non-white invaders at all, as demanded by the European Union’s “quota dispersal” rule—and has also taken down all E.U. flags at its press conferences.

The two highly significant moves, announced this week by the new Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydlo, could have far-reaching consequences for Poland’s membership of the European Union and for the unity of that organization.

Mrs Szydlo, who heads the newly-elected Law and Justice Party government, told a press conference in Warsaw this week that her country “will refuse to take in 4,500 refugees as part of an EU quota.”

She said that her government “was not prepared to accept the quota system,” adding that the refugee-terrorist attacks in Paris had “changed the situation.”

Poland’s previous government, which was decisively defeated in the October general election, had previously announced that it would accept the Angela Merkel E.U.-quota system and take in its allotted “share” of non-white invaders.

It is not known how the E.U. will react to Mrs Szydlo’s announcement, but sanctions of some sort are inevitable.

Poland’s move may spur on some of the other E.U. nations—particularly Hungary, Slovakia, Romania, and the Czech Republic—to adopt similar positons, as they all voted against the E.U. quota system when it came up for approval before the European Parliament in September. In addition, Finland, which abstained during the September voting, might be encouraged to break ranks.

“We will be proposing to sit down at a table and think over whether the solutions which have been proposed are good. In our view, we are not prepared to accept those quotas of refugees,” Mrs Szydlo said.

At the same press conference, it became apparent that Mrs Szydlo had also ordered the removal of the E.U. flag which had always been present in the background.

When asked by a journalist about the missing flag, Mrs Szydlo said that her government had “adopted the approach that statements after government meetings will take place against a backdrop of the beautiful white-and-red flags.”


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U.N. Raises Replacement Migration for Eurasian Countries with Aging Populations*

Mass Migration as Weapons of War*

Paris Attack Witness Describes Gunmen As White, Muscular, Clean Cut Mercenaries!

Ethiopia Kicks Out U.S. Killer Drone Base*

Ethiopia Kicks Out U.S. Killer Drone Base*

At the request of the Ethiopian government, the United States has stopped flying drones from southern Ethiopia in its campaign against militants in Somalia and Yemen, officials said.

On Tuesday, U.S. officials confirmed that drone activities had ceased at an airfield in the town of Arba Minch, which had been used to launch Reaper drones that can carry Hellfire missiles and satellite-guided bombs.

“This was done upon request by the Ethiopian government,” government spokesman Getachew Reda said, according to Reuters.

“In the first place, this was a project with a limited timespan and both governments had long prepared themselves for this eventuality,” he added without giving further details.

The closure is likely to mean U.S. drone activity will return to the base in Djibouti. Flights there had been halted due to safety concerns, but the facility has since been upgraded.

Ethiopia is one of Washington’s key allies and is considered a bulwark against militant Islam in the region, Reuters reported. Ethiopian troops have been fighting al Qaeda affiliate al Shabaab militants in Somalia since 2011 as part of an African Union peacekeeping mission.

“U.S. military personnel are no longer in Arba Minch,” said David Kennedy, Public Affairs Officer at the US Embassy in Addis Ababa.

“As we work with our African partners, our mutual needs change over time, and a determination was made that our use of the facilities in Arba Minch is no longer necessary,” he told Reuters in an email.


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Djibouti orders the U.S. to Leave and for China to Step in*

U.S. Special ops Forces Told to Leave Libya after Arriving*

U.S. Air Force Hires Private Companies to Fly Drones in War Zones*

USA Drone Base in North Africa*

U.S. Drones Attack Syria’s Military, “Disguised as an Airstrike against ISIS”*

Somali Man Takes Legal Action against US, Germany Over Father’s Drone Killing*

Ex-Drone Pilot ‘They don’t care who gets killed’*

Drone Pilots have Bank Accounts and Credit Cards Frozen by Feds for Exposing US Murder*

Monsanto Cutting 1,000 Jobs Facing First Annual Loss in 6 Years*

Monsanto Cutting 1,000 Jobs Facing First Annual Loss in 6 Years*

By Claire Bernish

Agrichemical behemoth Monsanto plans to cut an additional 1,000 jobs to compensate, in part, for a slump in sales of its genetically-engineered corn seeds. The seeds led to a first quarter loss of $253 million — which, on the whole, represents a 17% drop in revenue.

“Monsanto has struggled in recent quarters to deal with slumping corn prices in the U.S., which have reduced demand for its best-selling product: genetically-enhanced [read: modified] corn seeds,” reported ABC News.

“Farmers are shifting more acres to other crops after surpluses of corn and other crops, including wheat, have squashed commodity prices.”

In fact, Monsanto’s sales have fallen roughly 20% over the past year — perhaps indicative of the growing backlash against both its ubiquitous, genetically-modified crops, as well as the glyphosate-based Roundup required to treat them. These financial hits mean the mega-corporation has been forced to restructure at a cost of between $1.1 billion and $1.2 billion — and together with the previously announced layoff of 2,600 people, Monsanto will now be trimming a full 16% of its total staff.

As Bloomberg reported:

“Monsanto is facing the first drop in its annual earnings in six years as prices decline for its Roundup herbicide” and “lower crop prices curb farmers’ purchases of the newest genetically modified seeds.

“Monsanto’s sales of seeds and genetic licenses fell 14 percent in the first quarter. Revenue in the agricultural productivity unit, which primarily makes Roundup, tumbled 34 percent.

Monsanto appears to be in a bit of trouble, despite its CEO, Hugh Grant’s claims that  the restructuring has to do with meeting profit goals. European and North American farmers simply aren’t buying the chemically-dependent seeds, particularly since the World Health Organization categorized glyphosate as “probably carcinogenic” to humans — meaning it probably causes cancer.

In comparison to the same period last year, Monsanto’s revenue declined in every product category except GM soybeans.


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Monsanto Reports $156 Million Loss in Q4 as Farmers Abandon GM Crops*

Monsanto to Go on Trial for Crimes against Humanity in The Hague*

Monsanto, U.S. and Gates Pressure Kenya to Reverse GMO Ban*

GMOs Set to Crush Export Markets for Farmers across Ghana*

Glyphosate has been a Known Carcinogen Since the 1970s*

Monsanto, U.S. and Gates Pressure Kenya to Reverse GMO Ban*

Monsanto, U.S. and Gates Pressure Kenya to Reverse GMO Ban*

Kenya may soon allow the use of genetically-modified cotton and maize seeds following pressure from agribusiness giant Monsanto, USAID, and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

The growing African nation banned imports of GMO products in 2012, but a recent application by Monsanto’s Kenyan subsidiary could open the door to the controversial “seeds”.

Last year, Kenyans took to the streets to protest the potential change.

Monsanto’s modified cotton seeds produce insecticides to poison butterflies and moths.

Dr Charles Waturu, director of the Kenya Agricultural Research Institute (KARI), claims the Monsanto technology is the only solution, even though a recent Spanish study found Monsanto’s seed MON810 does not increase yields or reduce damage compared to natural maize.

Hillary Clinton, as U.S. Secretary of State, visited KARI’s facilities in 2009. At the time, the activist watchdog group GM Watch highlighted the failure of the US$6 million USAID-Monsanto-KARI GMO sweet potato project.

Kenya’s National Biosafety Authority organized a forum last month to garner feedback about the Monsanto application, as required by law.

It says its final decision will be based on forum comments as well as a risk assessment and other socio-economic considerations.

Before the ban, Kenya began testing Bollard II in 2007 to determine its effectiveness against the bullworm pest that ruins cotton crops.

GM seeds can negatively affect soil and often flood markets, making it difficult for small farmers to keep up. Hybrid seeds are more difficult to germinate leading to increased costs for farmers.

The Water Efficient Maize for Africa (WEMA) is “a public/private partnership, led by the Kenyan-based African Agricultural Technology Foundation (AATF) and funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Howard G. Buffett Foundation, and USAID.

AATF, a partnership between USAID, the Rockefeller Foundation, Monsanto, Dupont/Pioneer, Dow Agrosciences, Syngenta, and Aventis and funded by the U.K.’s Department for International Development (DFID), has lobbied for the use of GMO in Kenya.

In 2008, AATF received US$47 million from the Gates Foundation, which has been criticized by global activists for pushing a “big agribusiness” approach to African farming.

Seattle-based AGRA Watch was founded following concerns about the Foundation’s influence and lack of transparency in Africa, as well as its close ties with Monsanto and USAID.

“Our biggest fear about GMOs is the cost of seed. It is Monsanto which will decide the cost since it has the copyright,” Lavi Mwololo, Kenya Small Scale Farmers Secretary-General said.

This can drive farmers out of business, particularly since Kenya’s cotton is largely produced by small growers.

Speaking at the NBA forum, Waturu cited India as an example of the “successful” use of Monsanto’s Bt-cotton seed:

“In India, Bt-cotton is increasing by a million hectares a year and I don’t understand why Kenya should not borrow the technology.”

Monsanto also has been accused of contributing to the suicides of hundreds of thousands of Indian farmers who end up in debt.

GMOs were legalized in India in 2002. Despite initial declines in the use of insecticides, by 2013 it returned to pre-GMO levels while yields plateaued nationally.

If Kenya lifts its ban on GMO seeds, it would be the fourth African country after Burkina Faso, South Africa, and Sudan.

Monsanto attempted to introduce Bt-cotton in Malawi in 2013, but was not successful. The application failed a cost-benefit analysis on its impact on farmers.


Related Topics:

GMOs Set to Crush Export Markets for Farmers across Ghana*

The Gates Foundation and their Fraudulent Vaccine Empire is Under Fire*

Gates and Friends to Meet Privately on how they can Profit from African Seeds*

The History of Monsanto

A Giant on the Topic of Black Identity and Racism Dies at 80*

A Giant on the Topic of Black Identity and Racism Dies at 80*

By Alyssa Rachelle

Dr. Frances Cress Welsing, a psychiatrist whose ideas about racism and society sparked years of debate and controversy, died on Saturday, January 2nd, at age 80.

Often described as Queen Mother of Black Consciousness, Dr. Welsing became famous for her work, “The Cress Theory of Color-Confrontation” in 1974 and later published the controversial The Isis Papers: The Keys to the Colors in 1991.

Welsing was born March 18, 1935 to Dr. Henry Cress, a medical doctor, and Ida Griffen, a schoolteacher, in Chicago, Ill. She attended Antioch College and graduated with her bachelor’s in 1957. She earned her doctorate at Howard University in 1962.

According to, Welsing joined Howard’s faculty as an assistant professor of pediatrics after working in the Washington, D.C. area as a psychiatrist. It was during this tenure when she published her essay, “The Cress Theory of Color-Confrontation and Racism (White Supremacy).”

In that essay, Welsing put forth the idea that racism was a worldwide behavior – and that whites’ status as a global minority feeds a fear that leads to oppression and violence.

In a 1974 TV appearance with William Shockley on Tony Brown’s Black Journal, Welsing said:

“I think that… even though most white people are not consciously understanding their problem in genetics, they are certainly aware that they are genetically dominated by people of colour – that’s why there’s the statement that one drop of black blood makes you black. Because people of colour have the genetic capacity to annihilate white people.”

According to Welsing’s account, Howard decided to not renew her position with the school after the publishing of the paper. She then began working with Department of Human Services and worked over two decades as a psychiatrist, mostly with children. She was acclaimed for her work.

The Isis Papers expanded on several of Welsing’s ideas around whites feeling threatened by the scope and reach of Black people around the globe, even down to the size of genitalia. The seminal book also explored the Black family structure, AIDS and the crisis of Black male and female relationships. In The Isis Papers Welsing wrote:

“The whole of white culture is designed to say that whites have [certain] qualities. Everything possible is done to demonstrate this. First, you have [only] white players, then blacks come in, but a white has to be the quarterback. Western culture has to project white supremacy. When blacks succeed athletically, whites are forced ‘up against the psychological wall’ because white youngsters are ‘brought up to believe a white has to be superior’.”

Welsing specialized in child and general psychiatry and her books were the basis for measuring the damage of racism in America and the world.

In calling for strong families and role models in the Black community, Welsing wrote, “Children are the only future of any people.”


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Dr. Frances Cress Welsing: 12 Years a Slave, Racism & Black Cowardice

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Chicago Pays $5.5mn in Reparations to 57 Black Men Tortured by Police Decades Ago*

Chicago Pays $5.5mn in Reparations to 57 Black Men Tortured by Police Decades Ago*

By David Love

In Chicago, a city known for its recent police scandals, victims tortured and abused by officers decades ago have finally received reparations.

According to NPR, 57 people have received $5.5 million in reparations from the city.  The victims, Black men, were tortured by police unit Area 2, which was led by former commander Jon Burge from the 1970s until the early 1990s.  Burge had a reputation for being one of the worst cops in a police department known for a legacy of dirt and corruption.  Over the decades, Burge tortured more than 100 Black men, even coercing murder confessions out of them and sending them to prison and to Illinois death row, which has since been shut down amid the scandal and a death penalty moratorium that followed.

The techniques Burge employed on his Black victims were abhorrent, grisly and gruesome.  For example, he staged mock executions, beat the men with flashlights, suffocated them, and even shocked their genitals with electric cattle prods. And yet, for all the damage he created and the lives he ruined, Burge received only 3 ½ years in prison and still collects a $3,000 monthly pension.

“Reparations is not a necessity. But it is a moral compunction and a moral reckoning to right a wrong. There is no statute of limitations on that,” Chicago mayor Rahm Emanuel told the Chicago Sun-Times.  “In three years, we settled up legally, reparations and a verbal apology what hasn’t been done in three decades,” Emanuel added. “It does indicate that I [am] willing to be accountable and willing to be held responsible for the city and have the determination, the desire and the diligence to get it done.”

The $5.5 million—approved by Emanuel and the city council in April—is part of over $100 million paid by the city of Chicago and Cook County in court-ordered judgments, settlements and legal fees, according to the Associated Press.

Reparations for Black torture victims, however appropriate and timely, will not undo the pain and suffering of these traumatized men whose lives were ruined.  Moreover, it is unlikely that the reparations will allow Emanuel to overcome the troubles he faces over his rogue and racist police department.  The gangland-style execution of Laquan McDonald, 17, by Chicago officer Jason Van Dyke, the city’s cover up of the incident, and the decision to wait a year before releasing the dash cam footage of the killing, has led to massive protest and calls for the mayor to resign.  The video was released the same day Van Dyke was indicted for first-degree murder—a first among a most murderous police force.  And the incident led the U.S. Department of Justice to initiate a civil rights investigation into the Chicago Police Department.

It is expected that one of the matters of interest to the federal authorities will be Homan Square, the off-the-grid, CIA-style detention facility where over 7,000 men, overwhelmingly Black, were disappeared under Emanuel’s watch.  Some victims were reportedly abducted by masked men, and most of the arrests were for drug possession, with the arrest of boys as young as 15, and the detention of a 44-year old man leading to his death in custody. With few exceptions, the detainees were held for hours or days, denied phone calls and access to lawyers, with no public knowledge of their whereabouts.  Some were forced to become informants.  In a lawsuit, detainees further allege they were handcuffed in the dark for hours, threatened and subjected to racial slurs, and denied food, water and access to a bathroom.


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Pentagon Admits 60,000 Black Soldiers Used in Human Experiment*

‘We Charge Genocide’: Systematic Murder & Oppression of Blacks Continues in U.S.*

Black-Palestinian Alliance Emerges to Confront Global Violence and Racism*

Serena Williams To #BlackLivesMatter ‘Keep It Up’*

White Supremacists Behind Mass Shootings at Black Churches and Synagogues*

Severely Contaminated Water System Calls for Arrest of Michigan Governor, for Genocide against Black People*

Dr. Frances Cress Welsing: 12 Years a Slave, Racism & Black Cowardice

Get Out of Jail Free Card for Cop Involved in 100+ Tortures of Black Men*

Did You Know: US Gov’t Paid Reparations…To Slave Owners

MK Ultra Mind Control in Australia

cathy fox blog on child abuse

This blog features three reports on MK Ultra in Australia originally from the McMurray Report’s excellent blog [1] [2] [3]. There are also other articles on mind control and child sexual abuse on the site.

It is essential that we get as much of this information out in the open as possible. Governments and Secret Governments / Deep State /Armed forces / “intelligence” agencies experimented on people through mind control, drugs and hypnosis and sometimes cooperated internationally. Experiments also went on in special schools and hospitals. Often there are connections to child sexual abuse and ritual abuse.

In the UK the investigation of MK Ultra and Monarch mind control needs more research to unearth it.  Cathi Morgan appears to be in the forefront with a forum [4] and some of her videos are here [5][6][7][8][9]. The late T Stokes also has articles…

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GMOs Set to Crush Export Markets for Farmers across Ghana*

GMOs Set to Crush Export Markets for Farmers across Ghana*

Ghanaians have been fighting attempts at the imposition of genetically modified organisms (GMOs), by the Biotech industry and The Gates Foundation into their food system for the last few years, including by taking the Government to Court on the issue.

By Ali-Masmadi Jehu-Appiah

The public GMO debate has mainly focused on health and the environment, but hardly ever on the socio-economic impacts of GMOs. The socio-economic ramifications of the imposition of GMOs alone ought to be enough to ban its use in Ghana. The creeping intrusions of GMOs into Ghana’s economy, is likely to increase poverty, rather than diminish it; by increasing the penetration of transnational corporations into Ghana’s agriculture thus decreasing profit margins for small local farmers. Ghanaian agriculture cannot afford an economy that is designed for the benefit of external interests at the expense of Ghanaians.

The Ghana Export Promotion Authority (GEPA) has already warned of detrimental consequences on Ghana’s non-traditional exports (NTEs) should the country adopt genetically modified organisms (GMOs) into crops grown locally. The issues which GEPA raised included the health and other risk concerns regarding GMOs across Europe where the bulk of Ghana’s NTEs are exported to and new concerns amongst consumers in the United States, which are affecting sales of GMOs and pushing consumer preference to non-GMO foods.

“The potential economic harm would be incalculable if Ghana were to be labelled a GMO haven exporting GM crops to the world,” the Chief Executive Officer of the GEPA, Mr Gideon Qaurcoo, said in a statement published in the Daily Graphic. The report explained that in view of  overwhelming evidence from the E.U. and Western world’s attitude to GM foods, it would be detrimental for Ghana to introduce GMOs into its crop production as many products would stand the risk of being rejected by important export markets thus hugely damaging Ghana’s economy.

Exports of Agricultural products (WTO AoA) from Ghana to Europe, in 2014 alone stood at € 1335 million Many large E.U. supermarkets are turning anti-GMO, including the biggest – REWE in Germany. Reports coming from the U.S. claim organic food sales have doubled since 2007 to $36 billion in 2014. U.S. sales of foods verified as non-GMO have tripled since 2013 to $15 billion.

Surging U.S. demand for organic food — which is not GMO and is also free of synthetic pesticides and fertilizers — kept values for organic feed corn and soybeans aloft even while prices for conventional crops plummeted. Agricultural commodities traders catch the natural foods bug . This is also happening in many parts of the world today. Quite recently, on December 9, 2015, a Thai newspaper published an editorial in which it stated:

“We have already witnessed Japan’s rejection of papaya shipments from Thailand because the fruit was “contaminated” with GMOs. Thai farmers naturally fear that their own crops might go unsold if GMO use spreads with the government’s blessing. The supposed ‘benefits’ of using GMOs amount to little if customers shun the produce when it arrives on shelves. Wider use of GMOs would also affect organic farmers – pioneers in a potentially lucrative export market – due to the possibility of airborne spores infecting their carefully nurtured crops”

If Ghanaian authorities really want to help the poor Ghanaian farmer, there is no better time to follow the IAASTD report which recommends low-input, sustainable small-holder model of farming. A U.N. Report even goes as far as saying “Small-Scale Organic Farming Only Way To Feed The World” . We can easily establish ourselves as a veritable source of organic foods. GEPA has been at the forefront of promoting and developing the country’s non-traditional exports, including processed and semi-processed agricultural products, handicrafts and services. It is saying the same thing.

Through its efforts, “earnings from NTEs increased from US$1.164 billion in 2007 to US$2.364 billion in 2012, with a target to reach US$ 5 billion in 2017″.The market for organic foods is already growing. Ghana stands a good chance of making a reputation for itself and developing the ever expanding market for healthy sustainable food. It was great to see Ghana making its maiden appearance at the 2015 Middle East Natural and Organic Products Expo (MENOPE) in Dubai. The Ghanaian companies showcased products such as shea butter, dry fruits, coconut oil, morning tea, hibiscus tea, natural cocoa powder and honey.”

The struggle against GMOs in Ghana is currently at its most intense level since the beginning of the campaign led by Food Sovereignty Ghana in 2013. According to statistics emerging from the GM-lobby itself,

“an overwhelming number of Ghanaians do not want to have anything to do with GMOs. We have heard of a research by J. N. Buah on the Perception of GM Foods in Ghana, in which “80% of ordinary Ghanaians who responded to a survey, and 90% of government workers at the ministries indicated their total rejection of GM foods.”


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Ghana’s Government Sued over “Illegal” GM Crops Policy*

Sudan Seizes “Anonymous ” GM Soybean Shipment*

Is South Africa Waking Up to the Innate Poison of GM Technology?*

Monsanto Reports $156 Million Loss in Q4 as Farmers Abandon GM Crops*

What S. Australia did to Increase Crop Yield by 300% without GMO’s!*

U.S. Diplomacy: Retaliation and Pain for Countries that Reject GMO’s*

The History of Monsanto