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September 25th 2014

>Although the US has not declared war since 1942, Syria is the seventh country that Barack Obama, the holder of the Nobel Peace Prize, has bombed.

>In Syria, Obama “stretches” legal and policy constraints he created for counterterrorism

>airstrikes in Syria and Iraq could last for YEARS

>mixed reactions around the world on u.s. airstrikes in Syria

>INSANITY: The Harakat Hazm rebel group, a western-backed rebel group in Syria, has denounced U.S. airstrikes in the country. The rebel group released a statement on its Facebook page, saying the “continuation of singular decisionmaking in an effort to win international public opinion, will not succeed in uprooting extremism but encourages its growth.”

>U.S. continues airstrike campaign on ISIS-controlled Syrian oil refineries!!!

>….and yet….Islamist fighters advance in Syria despite U.S. strikes!

>U.S. Foreign Policy Has Created Many More Terrorists Than It Has Killed.









>“We don’t have peace because the Americans didn’t want peace. If America and Pakistan really want it, peace will come to Afghanistan. The war in Afghanistan is to the benefit of foreigners. But Afghans on both sides are the sacrificial lambs and victims of this war.” – Outgoing Afghanistan President Hamid Karzai said in farewell address


>Obama plans 30 year, 1 trillion dollar nuclear weapons program


>World Bank announces because of U.S.-E.U. sanctions and the situation in Ukraine that the Russian economy for the next two years can already be effectively considered in a recession.


>FBI plans rapid DNA dragnets for biometric database

>Not only are local police departments across the United States increasingly relying on so-called StingRay devices to conduct surveillance on cell phone users, but cops are being forced to keep quiet about the operations, new documents reveal.

>Recon robot gives deputies real time surveillance, called the throwbot, it’s simply a remote controlled camera and microphone.




>Alabama school says a secret program to monitor students’ online activities quietly began following a phone call from the NSA

>School district institutes drug testing policy for seventh graders who are in extra curricular activities – but not school employees.

>100+ high school students protest while in school against the censoring of “civil disobedience” in history classes in Colorado




>Journalists who cover the White House say Obama’s press aides have demanded — and received — changes in press-pool reports before the reports have been disseminated to other journalists. They say the White House has used its unusual role as the distributor of the reports as leverage to steer coverage in a more favorable direction.


>Hillary Clinton’s Hollywood Backers Mobilize for Expected Presidential Run


>An error by the Republican Governors Association recently resulted in the disclosure of exactly the kind of information that political committees given tax-exempt status usually keep secret, namely their corporate donors and the size of their checks. The documents, many of which the Republican officials have since removed from their website, showed that many of America’s most prominent companies, from Aetna to Walmart, had poured millions of dollars into the campaigns of Republican governors since 2008. One document listed 17 corporate “members” of the governors association’s secretive 501(c)(4), the Republican Governors Public Policy Committee, which is allowed to shield its supporters from the public.


>Facebook Wi-Fi Drone the Size of 747 to make test flights in 2015 and be fully operational in 3-5 years to provide for the 2/3rds of humanity who doesn’t have internet access

>Designers of the ambitious “NextGen” U.S. air traffic control system of the future neglected to take drones into account, raising questions about whether it can handle the escalating demand for the unmanned aircraft and predicted congestion in the sky. After the FAA spending $5 billion dollars since 2003, it still won’t be ready til 2025, and doesn’t take into account anything about drones.

>Logistics firm DHL is using a drone to fly parcels to the German island of Juist, in what it says is the first time an unmanned aircraft has been authorized to deliver goods in Europe.




>Kansas governor announces “zombie preparedness month”, preparing for zombie apocalypse, because if you can be prepared for that, then you will be prepared for anything!

>two Ebola zombies emerge in Ganta, nimba of Liberia?



>in Liberia with shortage of doctors and clinics only 18% of the infected are hospitalized. the other 82% now dying in their homes while spreading the virus to their families and neighbors.

>Liberia warns as society breaks down from Ebola that another civil war is looming

>U.S. hospitals unprepared to handle Ebola waste








>Recently released FBI crime statistics curiously show that no murders occurred in Newtown, Connecticut, in 2012, despite reports that numerous schoolchildren and faculty members were slaughtered during a shooting rampage in December of that year.


>Panasonic Corp. said Wednesday that it has developed a nursing-care robot that helps the elderly walk or get out of bed.


>Emma Watson nude site revealed to be a hoax designed by Rantic Marketing to shut down 4Chan, and ultimately help stop the free internet


> The U.S. Forest Service is proposing rules that restrict filming and photography by media organizations and others in more than 100 million acres of the nation’s wilderness. The rules would require a special use permit and agency approval of proposed projects as well as a fee of up to $1,500 for commercial filming and photography in federally designated wilderness areas.


>Google Wi-Fi Roundup Has Lawyers Chasing Landmark jackpot


>Your medical information is worth 10 times more than your credit card number on the black market. Cyber criminals are increasingly targeting the $3 trillion U.S. healthcare industry. Fraud in Medicare the past two years totaled 6 billion.


>Wal-Mart Stores Inc. plans to begin offering checking accounts by the end of next month that doesn’t charge overdraft fees


>silver prices hit a 4 year low as the world reserve currency, the Dollar, soars.


>New details in fence-jumping reveal failures in security rings around White House


>CDC acknowledges Enterovirus D68 outbreak after it spreads to more than half of the states and puts thousands of children in the hospital with breathing problems


>More Unrest in Ferguson Overnight After Michael Brown Memorial Burns, including looting

>police make arrests after rocks thrown at them



>The new rules would allow garbage collectors to inspect trash cans and ticket offending parties if food and compostable material makes up 10 percent or more of the trash. The fines will begin at $1 for residents and $50 for businesses and apartment buildings. Seattle Public Utilities requested the new rules after falling short of its recycling goals of 60 percent of trash by 2015, according to the Times. The recycling rate in 2013 was 56 percent. The Seattle city council vote on the new rules was 9-0.