Archive | January 4, 2017

Russian ‘Spies’ Kicked Out Of U.S. Include Sick Kids and Pregnant Mums*

Russian ‘Spies’ Kicked Out Of U.S. Include Sick Kids and Pregnant Mums*

By Baxter Dmitry

So much for Obama’s claims to have expelled 35 Russian diplomats. It has been revealed that the Russian “intelligence operatives” kicked out of the U.S. in retaliation for hacking the DNC include sick children, a pregnant woman and a chef.

The December 29th decision by the Obama Administration to expel 35 Russian “diplomats” unleashed a storm of criticism in Russia.

“Can you imagine how limited the amount of time it was and how urgently they needed to pack?” Nikolai Lakhonin, press secretary of the Russian Embassy in Washington, told LifeNews on Sunday.

The Observer reports:

This drastic step was announced as retaliation for hacking attacks alleged to be directed by Moscow and targeting American computer systems in an effort to influence November’s presidential election. The diplomats—together with their family members—were ordered to leave the country within 72 hours.

Both the timing of the expulsion and its urgency were interpreted in Russia as last-minute petty revenge from the departing Obama team, on behalf of Obama’s former Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton.

The Russians were ordered to leave before January 1, having only one day to finalize their financial affairs, terminate their apartment leases, pack their belongings and so on, as well as to prepare for a long trip home, the San Francisco Consulate General lamented on its Facebook page.

The Russian Consulate General made clear its frustration and ‘undiplomatic feelings’ toward the President’s decision.

They complained that their kids had no time to say goodbye to their school buddies. And since no tickets were left for shorter and more comfortable itineraries, they had to prepare quickly for the long trip, going first to Los Angeles by car and then by plane to Moscow.

Because in the middle of the holiday season there were not enough airplane tickets left to accommodate the number of Russians ordered to leave by the Obama administration, the Kremlin had to send a special aircraft to take the Russian diplomats and their family members home.

Representatives of Russian Consulate General in San Francisco could not hide the fact that it was ‘difficult’ for them ‘to remain diplomatic’ when talking about the issue.

The Russian plane took off for Moscow on December 31 and the New Year was greeted in-flight by the expelled Russians. Before taking off, the senior pilot announced that all the kids were personally invited by Vladimir Putin to the Kremlin for traditional Christmas and New Year performances.

Onboard the plane, among approximately 100 people urgently leaving the U.S. as a result of President Obama’s decision, was a pregnant woman and five children who were suffering from the flu, press-secretary of the Russian Embassy in Washington told LifeNews on Sunday.

A professional chef from the Russian town of Yaroslavl who had been employed by Russian Consulate General in San Francisco for three years, ‘whose mastery was enjoyed by hundreds of our guests,’ according to the Russian Consulate’s page, was also on the list of the expelled Russian “intelligence operatives.” He left the U.S. together with his wife and 2-year old son.

In addition, two retreat compounds outside New York and Washington that, according to the Obama administration, were used by Russian ‘intelligence operatives’, were closed immediately—all Russians were ordered out within 24 hours.

“I think it is despicable that they decided to take revenge on our children,” said Vitaly Churkin, Russia’s U.N. representative.

“They knew all too well that in these two compounds our children spent their vacations. Now it is time for the Christmas holidays, winter break time in our schools – from January 1 to January, 10. To block access to the kids` retreats in the beginning of the holidays – is cynical from my point of view. Such ‘family values’ [they have in the U.S.].”

Russian President Vladimir Putin reacted that his government would not retaliate accordingly and would not “descend to the level of ‘kitchen diplomacy.’” The expression was loaded with hidden meaning full of contempt, often characteristic of Putin’s statements—but one might need a master’s degree in Russian history to get it:

In the last quarter of the 19th century, the Russian tsar passed a famous law that gave representatives of the lower classes access to higher education. It was nicknamed “the law on kitchen servants’ children.”

Additionally, after the Bolshevik revolution of 1917, Vladimir Lenin once famously stated that Communists would create a new type of state governance where “every female kitchen servant must learn how to run the state.”

With his expression of ‘kitchen diplomacy,’ Putin equated Obama and his team to a group of unprofessional ‘female kitchen servants’ that only accidentally grabbed the reins of state governance, incapable of professionally running U.S. foreign policy.

Not wanting to ruin his ties with the coming White House administration, Putin opted not to expel U.S. diplomats from Moscow in retaliation. He instead invited the kids of American diplomats to the Kremlin Christmas and New Year performances. He also wished the U.S. President Barack Obama and his family a happy coming new year.


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How a United Iran, Russia and China are Changing the World For the Better*

Famous Russian Choir lost in Recent Crash in the Black Sea*

Russian Ambassador Murderer Tracked To CIA Base in Iraq*

DHS Caught Hacking Georgia Secretary of State Office during the Election (NOT RUSSIA)*

U.K. Ambassador “I’ve met the person who leaked them [Podesta emails]…not Russian and it’s an insider”*


CDC Gives Itself the Right to Test, Quarantine Travelers without Due Process, Informed Consent*

CDC Gives Itself the Right to Test, Quarantine Travelers without Due Process, Informed Consent*

By Tanasia Kenney

On Aug. 15, 2016, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention proposed a new rule that would broaden its powers to examine, test and quarantine individuals traveling to or within the U.S. believed to be carrying an infectious disease. For many, the decision was good news in the wake of the 2014 Ebola outbreak that crippled the international community in fear.

However, some lawyers, epidemiologists and even health organizations have argued that the new regulations could infringe on the civil liberties of travellers, as it allows CDC authorities to screen and detain people with little to no due process or informed consent, according to The Atlantic.

There’s no doubt the CDC must always be one step ahead to prevent the spread of communicable diseases like Ebola, the flu or measles, but experts are concerned that the agency, and the powers that govern it, may have overstepped their boundaries this time.

“They’re giving themselves the benefit of the doubt,” said Jennifer Nuzzo, an epidemiologist at the UPMC Center for Health Security, who also co-authored of a recent paper criticizing the CDC’s proposed rule.

“I don’t worry about the CDC. I worry about people above them making them do things they don’t want to do because they’ve given themselves these broad powers. Those powers will make their jobs easier, until they don’t.”

According to, provisions of the health agency’s new regulations include up-to-date definitions of what are considered to be “public health emergencies,” new regulatory language defining the CDC’s implementation of non-invasive public health” examinations at U.S. ports and other locations, and proposed changes to afford due process to people who are served with a federal public health order for isolation or quarantine.

In the event that the CDC apprehends a traveller suspected to be ill, the new rules would allow the agency to detain or isolate that individual for up to 72 hours while they await a medical review. The newly proposed regulations would also expand these enforceable powers to any “communicable infectious disease,” utilizing a broader list of warning symptoms to identify people who may be ill.

The agency had good reason to implement this provision, however, as the current list of warning symptoms does not include those for known diseases like MERS and Ebola, The Atlantic reported. Still, experts believe the CDC could be sacrificing travellers’ civil liberties for the sake of flexibility and expediency in preventing communicable diseases.

“The CDC is trying to equip itself with sufficient flexibility to respond to diseases we’ve never heard of, in a way where it doesn’t have to revisit these rules every few years,” said James Hodge Jr., professor of public health law and ethics at Arizona State University.

“[However], the rule allows the CDC to move on somebody based on some belief that they might pose some amorphous risk to others. That’s not a standard that survives constitutional scrutiny.”

A number of ethics issues arise when examining the agency’s new regulations in depth. For example, the CDC has the power to detain travellers indefinitely before considering whether to quarantine them. Though the agency promises due process, it doesn’t provide provisions for legal counsel if detained individuals can’t afford an attorney. Moreover, the new rule gives the CDC ultimate authority to perform medical screenings and treatments without a person’s consent.

“There are really basic due process steps that could be put in place that would not undermine the CDC’s powers,” Alexandra Phelan of Georgetown University said.

“That would put in checks and balances so that when the powers are exercised, it’s done in a way that respects civil liberties.”

Experts also have pointed out the potential drawbacks of quarantining suspected ill travellers. During the Ebola outbreak, the CDC screened more than 38,000 people flying into the U.S. and then monitored over 10,000 people over the course of 21 days, according to The Atlantic. Still, they caught not one case of the infectious disease.

Nuzzo emphasized that with a disease like Ebola, the practice of isolating those thought to be sick creates the false notion that monitoring the disease will mitigate the threat of it entering the country, which isn’t always the case. She said quarantines have the potential to exacerbate fear and public distrust, while also creating severe stigma.

Such was the case of two public health workers and a family of six Liberian immigrants who were quarantined in Connecticut in 2014, The Atlantic reported. Although none of them had been exposed to the Ebola virus or posed a public health threat, authorities remanded them to their homes for weeks at a time.

The state failed to provide these individuals with food or other basic necessities and failed to inform some that they had the legal right to challenge their quarantine orders in court,” wrote Emma Roth and Carl Edwards of Yale Law School, who represented them.

“To this day, Liberian Americans in Connecticut experience shame and stigma as a result of wrongly being labelled a threat to public health.”

Although the CDC’s proposed regulations were well intended to stop the spread of infectious diseases, it could ultimately cost travellers their constitutional liberties.


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Ebola hoax update: my FOIA request to the CDC

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More CDC Lies: Ebola Outbreak*

From Flu to Ebola: CDC a Corrupt and Dangerous Organization*

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The Big One: CDC whistleblower goes public Now

A Previously Unknown Human Organ has been Classified*

A Previously Unknown Human Organ has been Classified*

By Fiona MacDonald

Researchers have classified a brand-new organ inside our bodies, one that’s been hiding in plain sight in our digestive system this whole time.

Although we now know about the structure of this new organ, its function is still poorly understood, and studying it could be the key to better understanding and treatment of abdominal and digestive disease.

Known as the mesentery, the new organ is found in our digestive systems, and was long thought to be made up of fragmented, separate structures. But recent research has shown that it’s actually one, continuous organ.

The evidence for the organ’s reclassification is now published in The Lancet Gastroenterology & Hepatology.

“In the paper, which has been peer reviewed and assessed, we are now saying we have an organ in the body which hasn’t been acknowledged as such to date,” said J Calvin Coffey, a researcher from the University Hospital Limerick in Ireland, who first discovered that the mesentery was an organ.

The anatomic description that had been laid down over 100 years of anatomy was incorrect. This organ is far from fragmented and complex. It is simply one continuous structure.”

Thanks to the new research, as of last year, medical students started being taught that the mesentery is a distinct organ.

The world’s best-known series of medical textbooks, Gray’s Anatomy, has even been updated to include the new definition.

So what is the mesentery? It’s a double fold of peritoneum – the lining of the abdominal cavity – that attaches our intestine to the wall of our abdomen, and keeps everything locked in place.

One of the earliest descriptions of the mesentery was made by Leonardo da Vinci, and for centuries it was generally ignored as a type of insignificant attachment. Over the past century, doctors who studied the mesentery assumed it was a fragmented structure made of separate sections, which made it pretty unimportant.

But in 2012, Coffey and his colleagues showed through detailed microscopic examinations that the mesentery is actually a continuous structure.

Over the past four years, they’ve gathered further evidence that the mesentery should actually be classified as its own distinct organ, and the latest paper makes it official.

You can see the new organ illustrated below:

And while that doesn’t change the structure that’s been inside our bodies all along, with the reclassification comes a whole new field of medical science that could improve our health outcomes.

“When we approach it like every other organ… we can categorise abdominal disease in terms of this organ,” said Coffey.

That means that medical students and researchers will now investigate what role – if any – the mesentery might play on abdominal diseases, and that understanding will hopefully lead to better outcomes for patients.

“Now we have established anatomy and the structure. The next step is the function. If you understand the function you can identify abnormal function, and then you have disease. Put them all together and you have the field of mesenteric science … the basis for a whole new area of science,” said Coffey.

“This is relevant universally as it affects all of us.”

It just goes to show that no matter how advanced science becomes, there’s always more to learn and discover, even within our own bodies.

The research has been published in The Lancet Gastroenterology & Hepatology.


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The Self Control Gland

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Science Finally Agrees our Meridians Exist*

The Science of Sound – Proves You Are a Cosmic Instrument*

Consciousness Science Kept Hidden*

‘Science’ Catches up with the Heart’s Intelligence*

Every Scientific Law We Have Today Will Be Have to Be Rewritten in the Next 50 Years*

Scientists Discovered a New State of Water*

Scientists Discovered a New State of Water*

By Kate Ryan


The growing list of corrections science textbook writers will have to make could make our third grade curriculum practically unrecognizable. In addition to nixing Pluto from the classic lineup of planets in our solar system, teachers may have to add a second liquid state to the traditional phases of water—aka solid ice, liquid, and gas. Researchers presented this fourth state recently in a paper for the International Journal of Nanotechnology. The writers found that, when heated between 122 to 140 degrees Fahrenheit (or 50 and 60 degrees Celsius), water’s physical properties undergo a change that cannot be so easily classified.

But to understand why this is relevant, let’s take a step back. States of matter, as you probably learned in grade school, have to do with the way atoms and molecules arrange themselves depending on the amount of energy present, or lack thereof. Put simply, the higher the temperature, the higher the energy and the more disorganized the atoms become. Less energy is present at cooler temperatures, which is why water molecules are more orderly in a solid ice stage than in vapour. You’ve probably seen some version of this explaining it visually:

As detailed in this recent paper, researchers found a surprising glitch in water’s physical properties once it reached 122 degrees Fahrenheit, a structural change that appeared to be an extra, less atomically organized liquid phase. Independent researchers will need to conduct follow-up experiments to prove this second liquid state, and should they succeed, the implications could be wide-ranging. Water plays a crucial role in the development of most organisms, which means understanding how it operates could help us better understand our own biological systems on a fundamental level. What this finding proves more than anything, though, is how quickly and easily basic concepts can change. Water’s fourth state may not feel as groundbreaking as discovering the world revolves around the sun, but time will tell how much it may change our understanding of the world in big and small ways.


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A Brazilian Converted His Motorcycle to Run On Water!*

The Yin and Yang of Water*

Student Uses Solar Energy to Purify Water*

The Dangers of Fluoride in Water*

The Public Awareness about Fluoride, has our ‘Betters’ Looking to Adding Lithium to our Drinking Water*

Ethiopia: Harvesting Clean Water from the Air*

Why You Should Drink More Water*

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The Sacred Spirit of Water*

Suicide Kills U.S. Troops More than Active Duty in the Middle East*

Suicide Kills U.S. Troops More than Active Duty in the Middle East*

endless-staircase by Peter Brooker

By Matt Agorist

Confirming once again that war, to those who are sent to fight them, is absolute hell, newly released Pentagon statistics show that suicide — not combat — is the leading killer of U.S. troops deployed to the Middle East.

According to a report in USA Today this week, of the 31 troops who have died as of Dec. 27 in Operation Inherent Resolve, 11 have taken their own lives. Eight died in combat, seven in accidents and four succumbed to illness or injury.

These new numbers confirm a trend that’s been in place since the beginning of the prolonged occupation of the Middle East.

Earlier this year, the DoD released a similar report from 2014 that revealed some startling numbers. In all of 2014, a total of 55 US troops, in both hostile and non-hostile situations, lost their lives in foreign occupations. The number of soldiers who killed themselves was nearly 5 times that amount.

According to the DoD report, in 2014, there were 269 deaths by suicide among active component service members (compared to 259 deaths by suicide in 2013).

As bureaucratic fat-cats sit back from their lush taxpayer-funded offices in giant marble buildings debating on whether or not to send more troops to the Middle East, this crisis is being ignored. Partly due to the fact that they can’t seem to figure out why troops are killing themselves, the military ‘experts’ are unable to reverse it.

“I don’t think there’s one single cause for it,” said Rajeev Ramchand, a senior behavioral scientist at the Rand Corp. who has studied military suicide.

“There are a multitude of factors. They are also picking up on a trend toward more suicide in the U.S. population as a whole. Maybe there’s a universal stress on everyone in the military that affects them in profound ways.”

However, many experts have come forward and noted that the increased prevalence in the prescription of antidepressants to active duty troops could play a large role. In 2010, Peter Breggin MD testified before the Veterans’ Affairs Committee of the U.S. House of Representatives:

“The newer antidepressants frequently cause suicide, violence, and manic-like symptoms of activation or overstimulation, presenting serious hazards to active-duty soldiers who carry weapons under stressful conditions.  Antidepressants should not be prescribed to soldiers during or after deployment,” said Breggin.

“In testimony before the U.S. House of Representatives Veterans Affairs Committee, I have pointed to a probable causal relationship between increasing rates of antidepressant prescription and increasing rates of suicide in the military,” he explained in his 2010 publication on SSRI Suicide in the Military (Antidepressant-induced suicide).

Couple the dehumanizing nature of treating human beings as fodder for wars of aggression with the known side effects of antidepressants, and you have a recipe for disaster.

In war, human lives become units to be traded as a commodity to aid in the expansion of the state. When they are no longer deemed useful, these human lives are then tossed out like yesterday’s garbage.

Treating human beings in such a brutal and inhumane manner is not without consequence.

Not only are active duty soldiers tragically ending their own lives at an increasing rate, but once they finish their service, these numbers skyrocket.

In a 2012 report put out by the Veterans Administration, it was estimated that up to 22 veterans a day kill themselves. That is 8,000 lives a year — almost one per hour.

If we look at attempted suicides, that number skyrockets to 19,000 attempts, of which 8,000 result in ending their own lives.

War is the plight of mankind that is perpetually waged by cowards too afraid to send themselves or their own children into harm’s way, but who do not hesitate to send the poor or ‘patriotic.’

When the state is done with its pawns of empire, it disposes of them like spent military gear. They then become unable to get the proper care they need for illness and injury related to their service. If they try to self-medicate to cope with the subsequent PTSD from being forced to brutally occupy a foreign country, these veterans have their children taken, face life in prison, or worse.

The Department of Housing and Urban Development estimates that nearly 50,000 veterans are homeless on any given night. Another 140,000 are currently in jail, many of them for victimless crimes like drug possession.

As if the numbers aren’t bad enough, veterans are often the target of unjust attention from law enforcement. On multiple occasions, the Department of Homeland Security has referred to veterans as potential terrorists and noted that they pose a threat to national security.

The Free Thought Project has reported on case after case of veterans returning home only to be beaten and locked up for speaking out, or killed by police during a PTSD-triggered episode.

Merely ‘supporting the troops’ is proving to be the worst possible thing for them.

If you really want to “support the troops” you’ll stop supporting wars of aggression in distant lands in which Americans are forced to kill people who pose no threat to the U.S.

If you really “support the troops” you’ll stop blindly standing up for your government whose proven track record shows that they do everything but support the troops.

If you really support the troops, you’ll educate yourself on who is behind these wars, why they are waged, and how US foreign policy actually creates enemies. ISIS would not exist had the U.S. not remained hell bent on overthrowing the Assad regime for the benefit of special interests in DC.

Pledging blind obedience and unquestioning support for wars that one’s government illegally wages at the expense of our sons and daughters, brothers and sisters, and mothers and fathers, is the antithesis of what a free person should do — and anything but “supporting the troops.”

So what is the solution?

How can the U.S. rein in this epidemic of suicide among active duty troops and vets?

The answer to this question, while it may seem complex, is actually quite simple — Stop creating them.

As a former ‘troop’ I know how hard it can be to handle the woes faced by life in the military. If you or someone you know is feeling suicidal, please feel free to reach out to the Free Thought Project who is staffed by a number of veterans who understand your pain and who would be glad to help. Feel free to message us on our Facebook Page, or through email here. 


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War Is a Racket*

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British Soldiers Throw War Medals to the Floor*

Military Families Crowd fund nearly £50k to sue Blair over Iraq*

U.S. Soldier: “The Real Terrorist Was Me and the Real Terrorism is This Occupation”

Veteran Who Raped and Murdered Iraqi Family Commits Suicide*

Former Israeli Combat Soldier’s Life Threatened for Speaking the Truth*

Ukrainian Soldiers Refuse to Kill their Own Flee to Russia*

An Enlightened Naval Officer’s Story

U.S.-U.K. Paid “White Helmets” Help to Block Water to 5 Million Thirsty Syrians*

U.S.-U.K. Paid “White Helmets” Help to Block Water to 5 Million Thirsty Syrians*

Phillip Hammond, UK Foreign Secretary meeting White Helmets in southern Turkey

Phillip Hammond, UK Foreign Secretary meeting White Helmets in southern Turkey

The blockade of water from Wadi Barada to 5 million people in Damascus is taking an interesting turn. The U.S. and U.K. financed White Helmet organization seems to be directly involved in it. This increases the suspicion that the illegal blockade of water to civilians in Damascus is part of a organized campaign under U.S. command. The campaign is designed to block utilities to government held areas as revenge for the liberation of east Aleppo.

As we described it yesterday:

After the eastern part of the city of Aleppo was liberated by Syrian government forces, the local rebels and inhabitants in the Barada river valley were willing to reconcile with the Syrian government. But the al-Qaeda Takfiris disagreed and took over. The area is since under full al-Qaeda control and thereby outside of the recent ceasefire agreement.

On December 22 the water supply to Damascus was suddenly contaminated with diesel fuel and no longer consumable. A day later Syrian government forces started an operation to regain the area and to reconstitute the water supplies.

Photos and a video on social media (since inaccessible but I saw them when they appeared) showed the water treatment facility rigged with explosives. On Dec 27th the facility was blown up and partly destroyed.

The Syrian government is ready to send repair teams to rehabilitate the water flow to the millions of civilians in Damascus. But access to the site is denied and the Syrian army is now trying to push al-Qaeda and its allies away from it.

Curiously some “civil” groups today offered access under several (not agreeable) conditions:

Hassan Ridha @sayed_ridha – 2:10 AM – 3 Jan 2017

Wadi Barada statement: we will let teams to fix water spring if SAA-Hezb stop attack, siege lift & monitor ceasefire by intl observers

EHSANI2 @EHSANI22 – 6:43 AM – 3 Jan 2017

Offer by opposition to trade access to water source for #Damascus with halting of military operations by army

Here is the attachment to both tweets. Note who signed it:

Check the logos of the undersigning organizations. You will probably recognize the middle one in the second row. Here it is magnified.

And here is the original of that logo taken directly from the website of the Syrian Civil Defense organization aka The White Helmets:

The organizations who make an offer to lift the water blockade of Damascus obviously think they have the power to do so. They then must also be held responsible for keeping the blockade up. They must also have intimate relations with the al-Qaeda fighters who currently occupy the damaged water facilities.

The U.S. and U.K. government created and paid White Helmets are “impartially”, “neutrally” and “for all Syrians” blocking the water supply to 5 million Syrians in Damascus. U.S. military and CIA officers run the “operations rooms” in Jordan and Turkey that direct the insurgency.

This increases suspicion that the blockade is part of an organized response by the enemies of Syria to the recent liberation of east-Aleppo. As noted yesterday:

This shut down is part of a wider, seemingly coordinated strategy to deprive all government held areas of utility supplies. Two days ago the Islamic State shut down a major water intake for Aleppo from the Euphrates. High voltage electricity masts of lines feeding Damascus have been destroyed and repair teams, unlike before, denied access. Gas supplies to parts of Damascus are also cut.

Even after 14 days of water crisis in Damascus the “western” media are not reporting about the al-Qaeda blockade of water for 5 million Syrians. We can be sure that not a word will be written by them about this illegal hostages taking of millions of civilians in Damascus by their favorite propaganda organization White Helmets.


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