Wednesday, November 25, 2015

MUST-SEE interview with John Pilger: USA, UK and France gave birth to ISIS monster


Afshin Rattansi goes underground with John Pilger. Award winning journalist and author, John Pilger talks to us about how Washington, London and Paris gave birth to ISIS-Daesh. 
Source RT shows

ISIL claims deadly attack in Egypt's Sinai - Al Jazeera English

ISIL claims deadly attack in Egypt's Sinai - Al Jazeera English

Thanksgiving food warning: AVOID these toxic foods and ingredients!

Kulturstudio News #5 vom 14.11.2015



Krebs-Gefahr von Glyphosat: EU schlägt sich auf die Seite von Monsanto
Katalonien sagt sich von Spanien los
Deutscher Rekord: 218.000 Katholiken treten aus der Kirche aus
Russland ermöglicht laut UN-Angaben über einer Million Syrern die Rückkehr
Brzeziński: "Putin wie Hitler und Deutsche bereit gegen Russland in den Krieg zu ziehen"
Poroschenko vergibt „Orden der Freiheit“ an Soros
US-Talkstar: "Merkel gehört wegen Kriegsverbrechen vor internationales Tribunal"
Stasi 2.0: Merkel plant eigene Behörde für Internet-Überwachung
Akif Pirinçci verklagt erfolgreich 30 Medienhäuser
Wirtschaftsweise schlagen Umgehung des Mindestlohns für Flüchtlinge vor
Politologe fordert hartes Vorgehen gegen das »Pack«
Apple-Chef Tim Cook: Die nächste Generation wird Bargeld nicht mehr kennen
EU-Führung in Panik: Die einzige Alternative zur EU ist Krieg

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Asylanten und deren Bezahlung durch BRD


Aus einem amtlichen Schreiben ist zu entnehmen, wieviel Geld ein einzelner Asylant bekommt, der von der BRD gerufen wurde. Bezahlt soll dieser Mehraufwand werden durch die sukkzessive Erhöhung des Renteneintrittsalter bis auf 77Jahre.

CEO Of Brazil's "Goldman Sachs" Is Arrested | Zero Hedge

CEO Of Brazil's "Goldman Sachs" Is Arrested | Zero Hedge

Several years ago, when Brazil's economy was roaring on the coattails of the Chinese commodity boom, the country's Grupo BTG Pactual was transformed into the largest independent investment bank in Latin America by the golden boy of Brazil's finance - billionaire Andre Esteves.
Alas, over the past year as Brazil's economy imploded, BTG had been grappling with fallout from his firm’s loans and investments in companies linked to the nation’s biggest-ever corruption scandal.
According to an old Bloomberg profile of Esteves, having disrupted an entrenched industry dominated by old-line banking dynasties, traditional banks and foreign lenders, Esteves became a billionaire before turning 40, then joked that his firm would become “better than Goldman”, a play on the company’s name.
It was not meant to be, not because of rising concerns about the bank's financial health but because unlike executives linked to Goldman in every way imaginable, earlier today the CEO of "better than Goldman" was arrested in the corruption probe touching everyone from the country's petrol-producing giant Petrobras, to president Rouseff herself, one which has shaken the country’s political and economic leadership and left the economy reeling in the deepest depression it has suffered in 80 years.
Televised images showed Esteves being escorted by a police officer into the federal police office in Rio de Janeiro. He sported a white button-down shirt, no tie and light stubble on his face as he walked past reporters to an elevator.
Sandra Goncalvez Pires, a partner at law firm Rao & Pires Advogados, said the banker is accompanied by a lawyer at the police station in Rio. She said his defense team is researching the arrest order, which allows for Esteves to be held for as many as five days and can be extended. BTG Pactual said in an e-mailed statement that it is cooperating with the investigation and is willing to explain whatever is necessary to authorities.

PressTV-Iran, Russia ink 1.2 billion euro railway deal

PressTV-Iran, Russia ink 1.2 billion euro railway deal

Iran and Russia have signed an agreement worth 1.2 billion euros to electrify a train line, linking north-central Iran to the northeastern border with Turkmenistan, an official says.  
The agreement signed between Russian Railways and the Islamic Republic of Iran Railways (RAI) envisages constructing power stations and overhead power lines along the Garmsar-Sari-Gorgan-Inche Burun route in Iran.
“The implementation of the contract will improve the capacity of passenger trains and raise transit to 8 million tons,” said RAI Managing Director Mohsen Poursaeed-Aqaei who signed the document.
The train line, among the first in Iran with a history of 80 years, extends to Turkmenistan and Kazakhstan and links the Central Asia to the Persian Gulf and beyond.
The project will be financed by the Russian government and will be implemented in 36 months, which includes manufacturing all electric locomotives inside Iran, electrifying 495 kilometers of railway and building 32 stations and 95 tunnels.  
“With the implementation of this contract, besides the electrification of the line, tunnels on the way will be enlarged, enabling Russian and other transit wagons to ply conveniently on it,” Poursaeed-Aqaei said.   
“Overall, we will witness the establishment of an electrified and modern train line in the country’s north,” he added.
The signing came as President Vladimir Putin visited Tehran on Monday to attend a summit of the Gas Exporting Countries Forum (GECF).

Church of the Ragged

Second pilot of downed Russian Su-24 rescued from behind enemy lines, RT confirms


RT correspondent Roman Kosarev has managed to get in touch with the second pilot of the Su-24 jet bomber that was shot down by the Turkish Air Force over Syria on Tuesday.

Ban on Tuna Labeled Dolphin-Safe Shows How TPP Will Crush Consumer Rights

Ban on Tuna Labeled Dolphin-Safe Shows How TPP Will Crush Consumer Rights

Claire Bernish
November 24, 2015
(ANTIMEDIA) In the last 25 years, dolphin-safe labeling of tuna managed to reduce unnecessary annual deaths of the mammals from over 100,000 to only 3,000—an astounding 97% reduction—but the World Trade Organization just effectively nullified this critical program.
In order to placate Mexico as a member nation of the upcoming (and seemingly inevitable) Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), the WTO deemed dolphin-safe labeling a “technical barrier to trade”—even though that environmentally-conscious label is voluntary and applies equally to domestic and foreign companies. At issue are fishing methods that exploit the as-yet-unexplained symbiotic relationship between tunas and dolphins. As the Sierra Club explained:
Tunas and dolphins are commonly found together in the Eastern Pacific Ocean. Taking advantage of this, many fishing companies purposefully ensnare dolphins in their nets so as to trap tuna, killing and injuring dolphins in the process. In 1990, the U.S. enacted a ban on imports of tuna caught with dolphin-unsafe practices and regulated ‘dolphin-safe’ tuna labeling.
Considering the vast reduction in extraneous deaths since that label was enacted in the 1980s, most consumers responded favorably toward protecting dolphins—mammals that, incidentally, were declared “non-human persons” by India in February 2014. As India’s Ministry of Environment and Forests explained at the time:
Whereas cetaceans [dolphins, whales, porpoises] in general are highly intelligent and sensitive, and various scientists who have researched dolphin behavior have suggested that the unusually high intelligence as compared to other animals means that dolphins should be seen as ‘non-human persons’ and as such should have their own specific rights . . .
This ruling by the WTO is the fourth and final against U.S. attempts to continue dolphin-safe labeling, despite modifications and improvements that sought to rectify any difficulty experienced by the Mexican tuna fishing industry. Rejecting claims the label is both “legitimate” for the protection of dolphins and important for “the conservation of exhaustible natural resources,” the WTO’s decision stated the voluntary label has been applied“arbitrarily.” Mexico first launched the complaint with the WTO in 2008, and rulings against the U.S. came in 2011, 2012, and twice this year—but now the U.S. has exhausted the appeals process and is left without further recourse.
Should the WTO ruling be ignored, the U.S. will face authorized trade sanctions. If any further evidence were needed to prove the dangerous overreach of the enormous TPP in protecting industry over consumer rights—including the right to know whether what we consume has been procured ethically—this abrupt end to a stunningly effective, voluntary label is it.

The Ruiner Unplugged ~ Shane Inside Out


This intimate conversation comes from a friendship, a result of getting to know each other over the course of a year or more. Christine and karelia have spent many hours talking with Shane, sharing and exploring our perspectives with him and listening deeply to what he has to share.

This is not solely his story, it is our story ~ the one we are all responsible for. Some are here from other times, some from distant galaxies and some are Earth born, what we share is a recognition that the time of awakening calls for acts of responsibility.

As our Cosmic egg has cracked and more are finding they have wings, so it is an imperative of creation that we find ways to share with each other outside of the right-wrong paradigm.

It is with honor of Truth and love of Beauty that we share The Ruiner Unplugged.

With love,
Christine and karelia

That Old Black Magick

Terrifying time loop: The man trapped in constant deja vu - BBC News

Terrifying time loop: The man trapped in constant deja vu - BBC News - It appears confirmed Turkey was wrong - World Class Investigative Truth

My math for stall speed is vastly superior to other calculations out there, mine will win arguments even with engineers . . . . all variables are included and no errors made. Turkey lied, their story is impossible. Others reached this conclusion with easily debunked errors. No errors here - here we go.

The Turks released a tape of themselves telling the Russian jet to leave their airspace, and Russia then released radar records that show they never violated Turkish airspace. The tape can be faked. The radar records could be faked as well, however, there are many radars in many countries, and only one tape from Turkey. So yeah, perhaps the radar could be faked, but how many times over and how much cooperation would be needed?

Here is the math:

Additionally, according to the numbers Turkey provided, the jet was in their airspace to a depth of 1.36 miles on a path of 1.15 miles for a total of 17 seconds. Ok, let's calculate this out -

5280*1.15=6072 feet traveled. 072/17= 357 feet per second.
If 60 mph is 5280 feet per minute, that is 88 feet per second. 57/88 = 4.058 miles a minute. *60 = 243 miles an hour. Can an Su-24 even fly that slow? Hmm, let's look this up . . . . . yes, it can fly as slow as 143 mph AT SEA LEVEL. But as you go up in altitude, stall speed increases because there is less air. At 18,000 feet, average atmospheric pressure is only 500 millibars, which is half that of sea level. Half the lift then . . . . . stall speed now equals 286 mph. 286 is more than 243 mph the Turkish numbers add up to, TURKISH STORY IS BULLSHIT. (others made an error here, saying 243 km/h which can be easily debunked, THE SPEED IS MILES PER HOUR, NOT KM/H but due to the difference in lift at altitude the story still holds.
Additionally, this aircraft in all forms is designed to exceed mach 1 AT SEA LEVEL. Newer versions sacrifice speed for efficiency, and can go a max of mach 1.35 at high elevations. Old versions were much faster, able to go Mach 2 at high elevations. Both can go over mach 1 at sea level. No mention was given by Russia as to what version this was. In any case, there is no conceivable way anyone would have attempted to fly this plane at 243 mph at 18,000 feet unless they wanted to go into an uncontrolled stall and crash. Any way you cut it, 243 mph is below even world war 2 speeds and is completely ridiculously slow.

My conclusion:

Beware of errors saying the plane was flying 243 km/h. This is inaccurate and can be easily debunked. It is a coincidence that this plane happens to have a stall speed of 243 km/h at sea level and Turkey's numbers add up to 243 mph. This has caused confusion.

NOT TO WORRY, Turkey still lied because this jet was at 18,000 feet, which massively increased the stall speed due to thin air at altitude. At the altitude this plane was flying, the stall speed was actually 286 MPH which makes the Turkish scenario flatly impossible, and it is inconceivable even the worst combat idiot would ever fly anywhere close to stall speed even if shot and attempting to dead stick dead engines back to base.

Part III - Symposium on EXPOSING PREDATORY PATHOGENIC AI ~ Restoring Love sourced Humanity


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Downed Su-24 Pilot Found 'Safe And Sound', Taken to Hmeymim Base

Downed Su-24 Pilot Found 'Safe And Sound', Taken to Hmeymim Base

17 Seconds That Changed The World - Leaked Letter Exposes Turkey's Hair-Trigger Reality | Zero Hedge

17 Seconds That Changed The World - Leaked Letter Exposes Turkey's Hair-Trigger Reality | Zero Hedge

Needless to say, Moscow and Ankara are at odds over precisely what happened on Tuesday when a Russian Su-24 was shot down near the Syrian border. 
The two pilots ejected and attempted to parachute to safety but Turkmen FSA-allied Alwiya al-Ashar militiamen shot at them as they fell before posting a video purporting to show rebel soldiers celebrating over one of the bodies. It only got worse from there when the FSA's 1st Coastal Brigade used a US-made TOW to destroy a Russian search and rescue helicopter. 
Clearly, this was a marked escalation and indeed it was the first time a NATO member had engaged a Russian or Soviet warplane in more than 60 years.
The Kremlin was not happy as Vladimir Putin - who was meeting with King Abdullah in Jordan - proceeded to brand Erdogan a “backstabber” and an ISIS supporter. Sergei Lavrov subsequently canceled a planned trip to Turkey.
At issue now, is whether the Russian fighter jet did indeed, as Turkey claims, venture into Turkish airspace or whether the Turks actually engaged Moscow’s warplane in the skies over Syria. 
Here's Russia's version of the story, presented via a video released by the Defense Ministry:

US Air Force General: Turkey's maneuver was overly agressive and preplanned


That presstitute is not very comfortable with the statement.

Russian missile cruiser off Latakia coast, ready to destroy dangerous air targets - Defense Minister — RT News

Russian missile cruiser off Latakia coast, ready to destroy dangerous air targets - Defense Minister — RT News

Great mag. 8.2 earthquake - Southern Bolivia on Tuesday, 24 November 2015 - information :

Great mag. 8.2 earthquake - Southern Bolivia on Tuesday, 24 November 2015 - information :

"4": Death is just the Beggining - Turkey shot down a Russian SU-25 - World Class Investigative Truth

Update: Pilots shot while parachuting

UPDATE: Rescue helicopter shot down

NEXT: Major war.

Turkey shot down a Russian fighter jet with an air to air missile when the Russian jet was 1 KM away from the Turkish border, operating at 18,000 feet. The SU-25, which fills a tactical role similar to an American A-10 warthog is a sub sonic attack aircraft not designed to be good at engaging the F-16 that shot it down.
The shoot down is a serious issue for a couple big reasons - 1. It proves that America and America's allies fully intend to support "ISIS" to an extent which proves that ISIS is just a smokescreen for American aggression. And 2. The Turks are no ordinary American ally. The Turks are "allies" to such an extent that they have 25 American nuclear warheads at their disposal, ON THEIR SOIL, loaded on their planes, awaiting orders from the U.S. to deliver them to targets in the area. I bet you did not know that, YES, America handed nukes to Turkey decades ago. There are also two very large NSA bases there, in Sinop and another beneath the area around Hippodrome so Turkey is in America's back pocket to say the least.
This shoot down is a huge problem because it delivered with certainty the message that has been long suspected of being true - that America and others in the region will support ISIS even if it involves destroying high value Russian targets. Shooting down a Russian fighter jet is no small issue, and it is likely to only get worse from here - how do you escalate beyond shooting down fighter jets? It is the same as shooting at an aircraft carrier.
I strongly suspect the shoot down orders were given because this particular SU-25 was threatening a totally Jewish/American terror cell, and Nut Yahoo did not want "David" blown up. Israel/America absolutely would escalate this type of conflict to that level if they were definitely going to get their own boys hit by an air strike that did not involve a 45 minute Obama warning (Yes, before America bombs ISIS(tm) they drop leaflets an hour ahead of time) so "David" won't be hurt. The Russians do no such favors.

If Turkey really was in the battle against ISIS, they would have welcomed the presence of a Russian aircraft fighting "ISIS" near their border. This shoot down really does say it ALL.

Nov 23 2015

Two interesting developments:

1. A high ranking figure in Dubai's government has stated in no uncertain terms that the Mossad brought down the Russian jet.

2. Russia has officially stated, not just in back room mumblings, that America is ISIS, funds ISIS, supports ISIS, the whole 9 yards. And that is quite a development, because by saying that it has basically been officially stated that Russia is at war with America, though they are using Syria as a proxy on the ground and only providing material, intelligence, and air support.
I find the hypocrisy of countries like France and England with regard to ISIS to be like a belly full of rotten mustard. And most likely Russia has that feeling, but just does not want to deal with it openly for the time being. But I would not be surprised if Russia's patience with ALL of it ran out fairly soon.
If France was not a bold faced liar in their supposed "war on ISIS", the Bataclan scene would have been different. If the Mossad or whoever could ever pull a stunt like that one and get away with it, it really leaves room to question who really owns France.

Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Russia Deploys Warship Off Syrian Coast To "Destroy Any Threats To Russian Planes" | Zero Hedge

Russia Deploys Warship Off Syrian Coast To "Destroy Any Threats To Russian Planes" | Zero Hedge

Despite demands from France's Hollande, America's Obama, and NATO's Stoltenberg that this situation not esclate, it appears Putin is not taking the shooting down of a fighter jet lying down. The seemingly cagey confirmation by NATO and Obama of Turkey's claims that Russia invaded its airspace has been rebuked by Russia which claims the Hmeimim airbase radar shows the attacking Turkish plane violating Syrian airspace. In response, Russia is moving a Cruiser 'Moskva' off the coast to strengthen air-defenses - just as French and US carriers are on their way.
Here is The Turkish version mapping of the flight paths.

Russia claims otherwise:
And is escalating:
The Missile cruiser in question:

Tunisia: At least 12 dead as blast targets bus carrying presidential guards

New York’s Sicilian mafia offers to protect the city from ISIS terrorists


Giovanni Gambino, the son of notorious New York mob boss John Giovanni gave an interview in which he stated that the mafia could protect parts of the city from Islamic State. Gambino also said that the FBI and Homeland Security lack ‘human intelligence’ and are hence limited in what they can do. The mafia, on the other hand, are interconnected in neighborhoods, and all neighborhoods with a strong Sicilian influence should feel safe, for ISIS associates simply won’t be able to set up shop. 

Not only Ankara backs Daesh but offers also logistical support - Pepe Escobar


A Russian warplane has gone down near the Turkish-Syrian border after an apparent attack. Turkish and Russian sources have given conflicting reports about the incident, which has the potential to escalate the tension between Russia and NATO member Turkey. 

Political analyst Pepe Escobar believes Turkey is clearly linked to ISIS and other extremist organizations in Syria


Obama says Turkey has right to defend its airspace - MarketWatch

Obama says Turkey has right to defend its airspace - MarketWatch

Of course he says that. The US is backing ISIS as well.

Tunisia bus of presidential guards targeted in blast - BBC News

Tunisia bus of presidential guards targeted in blast - BBC News

'Why down Russian jet? Because fighting ISIS is not really on Turkey's agenda' — RT Op-Edge

'Why down Russian jet? Because fighting ISIS is not really on Turkey's agenda' — RT Op-Edge

The Cruel Piracy Behind Stevia-Based Sweeteners

The Cruel Piracy Behind Stevia-Based Sweeteners

Derrick Broze
November 23, 2015
(ANTIMEDIA) Brazil — A new report highlights a number of problems associated with the cultivation of Stevia-based sweeteners, including the violation of the rights of indigenous peoples.  
Over the last several years there has been an increase in individuals opting out of the use of traditional sugar as a sweetener in favor of healthier alternatives. One of these sugar alternatives is Stevia, which is derived from the plant species Stevia rebaudiana. Despite the benefits of Stevia, a new report published by a coalition of Non Governmental Organizations highlights the unsustainable practices associated with the use of Stevia-derived sweeteners.
The Berne DeclarationMisereorUniversity of HohenheimCatholic University of Asuncion and Pro Stevia Switzerland joined forces to release “The Bittersweet Taste of Stevia: The Commercialisation of Stevia-Derived Sweeteners, a Case of Violation of Indigenous Rights, Misleading Marketing, and Controversial Biosynthetic Production.” The report says the basis for the commercialization of Stevia sweeteners comes from traditional knowledge of the Guaraní people in Paraguay and Brazil and accuses corporations of profiting from this knowledge without the consent or compensation of the Guaraní. 
“The report, The Bittersweet Taste of Stevia, points out that the rights of indigenous peoples, enshrined in the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP), as well as the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) and its Nagoya Protocol, are neglected when Stevia-derived steviol glycosides, which are ‘high-intensity sweeteners’ used to sweeten products such as diet soda drinks, are produced and marketed today. ‘The ongoing commercial use of Ka’a He’e is an act of cruel piracy,’ says the Guaraní leader Luis Arce, referring to the traditional name of Stevia rebaudiana.”
Also highlighted in the report is the misleading marketing by companies which sweeten products with steviol glycosides, the active compounds in Stevia. Although Stevia products are labeled as “natural” or emphasize the use of the plant by the Guaraní, the report says this is misleading to consumers because the traditional use of the plant includes the whole leaves, not simply the steviol glycosides.  In fact, the report states that the production of steviol glycosides has been monopolized by a handful of companies who now control 50% of production.
Another side effect of the growth of the Stevia industry is a race to produce steviol glycosides via synthetic biology or SynBio, rather than extracting them from leaves. The report warns that if SynBio steviol glycosides are commercialized it could lead to “severe negative impacts on small farmers” growing Stevia. There is also the question of whether or not Stevia products produced through SynBio will be labeled as such. This race is being led by Evolva (CH), Stevia First (US), and DSM (NL). 
Finally, the report asks the producers and users of steviol glycosides to “commit to a mediated engagement with the Guaraní to agree how to share the benefits of the commercialization of steviol glycosides in a fair and equitable manner.” The organizations call on governments and sellers to end misleading advertisements and conduct independent socio-economic impact assessments before producing or marketing steviol glycosides based on synthetic biology.

Russia Declares Warplane Downing A "Hostile Act" But Will It Cut Turkish Gas Supplies? | Zero Hedge

Russia Declares Warplane Downing A "Hostile Act" But Will It Cut Turkish Gas Supplies? | Zero Hedge

Some have suggested Vladmir Putin's first retaliation for the Turkish shooting down of a Russian fighter jet would be to cut off gas supplies (which represent 57% of Turkey's supply). With Russia Defense Minister stating that the "downing of the Russian warplane is a'hostile act'," adding that the defense ministry is "devising a set of measures to respond to the incident," it seems taking the 'nuclear option' of cutting off 20% of Erdogan's entire energy supply would be a strong first non-lethal non-World-War-3-starting step.
And then...
So, despite earlier saying that "there will be no disruption," given the statements above, (and all of Erdogan's bluster on finding alternate sources) Russia may well decide to take the 'nuclear option' and cut off Turkey's gas supplies as a first non-military reaction.
Turkey gets 57% of its gas from Russia (and Turkey is Russia second biggest non-domestic market for gas). Turkey's alternative supply routes include Iran, which of course just signed a $5 bn trade deal with Russia and is unlikely to come to Turkey's aid. As we ominously predicted recently,  although Moscow and Ankara have thus far kept it civil in order to preserve and expand trade, it now looks as though each country may be willing to Plaxico themselves all because they disagree over what the fate of Bashar al-Assad should be... It appears we have moved on from 'civil'.
In June, we noted that Russia had signed an MOU with Shell, E.On and OMV to double the capacity of the Nord Stream pipeline, the shortest route from Russian gas fields to Europe.  
Here is a helpful visual:

still VLASHenko: mentions the date (interview banned in Ukraine tv/media )

VLASHenko again: 2017-2022. R U LISTENING? to us...?

CONFIRMED: Vlash hybrids were the players in Paris

Russian Su-24 pilots shot dead while parachuting over Syria - Turkmen militia — RT News

Russian Su-24 pilots shot dead while parachuting over Syria - Turkmen militia — RT News

Putin calls Turkey accomplice of terrorism


Vladimir Putin has called Turkey an accomplice of terrorism. The Russian leader made an announcement on the Su-24 crash while meeting with the King of Jordan. 'This event is beyond the limits of an anti-terrorism struggle. Our military men struggle bravely fighting against terror and do not spare their lives. But this loss is due to a stab in the back,' Putin said. He claimed that, 'our aircraft was downed above the territory of Syria at an altitude of 6,000 meters, a kilometer away from the border of Turkey by the Turkish F-16 air-to-air missile'. Vladimir Putin stated that 'our aircraft posed no threat to the Turkish territory. It is evident. They carried out operation to combat the ISIL.' The Russian President expressed his gratitude to the Jordanian King for his condolences given the downed Su-24 aircraft.

Monday, November 23, 2015

Video: Refugees being snuck into U.S. on UPS flights under cover of darkness? - Intellihub

Video: Refugees being snuck into U.S. on UPS flights under cover of darkness? - Intellihub

US steals Russian merits in Syria


The American TV Channel PBS represented Russian airstrikes against the Islamic State as those of the US Air Force. Journalists released the Russian video showing our Su-34 fighters striking terrorists' petrol tankers. However, the off-text explained just the opposite. The American Forces attacked petrol tankers for the first time, according to the plot. On 16 November the US military reported on the annihilation of 116 petrol tankers. Though, no video proving it was demonstrated in contrast to Russia.

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Coconut Oil Fights Deadly Yeast Infections, Study Suggests - Greenmedinfo

Coconut Oil Fights Deadly Yeast Infections, Study Suggests

Coconut Oil Fights Deadly Yeast Infections, Study Suggests
A common food oil has been found to have potent antifungal properties that could literally save lives. 
The coconut palm is perhaps the world's most widely distributed and versatile food-medicine, and has been prized and even revered by indigenous cultures for a wide range of health complaints since time immemorial. Increasingly, scientific evidence is emerging validating its traditionally ascribed health benefits, and more, including supporting brain healthprotecting the heart, and even reducing stress and depression.
Now, a new study led by researchers at Tufts University has found that coconut oil is highly effective at controlling the overgrowth of the opportunistic fungal pathogen Candida albicans in mice.
Published in the American Society for Microbiology's journal mSphere and titled, "Manipulation of Host Diet to Reduce Gastrointestinal Colonization by the Opportunistic Pathogen Candida Albicans," the study identified C. albicans as the most common human pathogen, with a mortality rate of about 40% when causing systemic infections.
C. albicans is normally present in the human gastrointestinal tract, but antibiotics can destroy commensal bacteria that normally keep Candida populations within a healthy range. According to the study, compromised immunity is also a major cause of C. albicans overgrowth, and  "Systemic infections caused by C. albicans can lead to invasive candidiasis, which is the fourth most common blood infection among hospitalized patients in the United States according to the CDC."
Conventional anti-fungal drugs carry with them significant risk of adverse effects, and their repeated use leads to the development of drug resistant strains of fungal pathogens, making natural approaches all the more attractive. The researchers hypothesized that a coconut-based dietary intervention might reduce Candida infection in mice. The study design and results were reported on as follows:
The team, led by microbiologist Carol Kumamoto and nutrition scientist Alice H. Lichtenstein, investigated the effects of three different dietary fats on the amount of C. albicans in the mouse gut: coconut oil, beef tallow and soybean oil. A control group of mice were fed a standard diet for mice. Coconut oil was selected based on previous studies that found that the fat had antifungal properties in the laboratory setting.
A coconut oil-rich diet reduced C. albicans in the gut compared to a beef tallow-or soybean oil-rich diet. Coconut oil alone, or the combination of coconut oil and beef tallow, reduced the amount of C. albicans in the gut by more than 90% compared to a beef tallow-rich diet.
"Coconut oil even reduced fungal colonization when mice were switched from beef tallow to coconut oil, or when mice were fed both beef tallow and coconut oil at the same time. These findings suggest that adding coconut oil to a patient's existing diet might control the growth of C. albicans in the gut, and possibly decrease the risk of fungal infections caused by C. albicans," said Kumamoto, Ph.D., a professor of molecular biology and microbiology at Tufts University School of Medicine and member of the molecular microbiology and genetics program faculties at the Sackler School of Graduate Biomedical Sciences.

Sayer Ji is founder of, on the Board of Governors for the National Health Federation, and Fearless Parent, Steering Committee Member of the Global GMO Free Coalition (GGFC), a reviewer at the International Journal of Human Nutrition and Functional Medicine.

Federal Regulators Clear First Genetically Altered Animal Approved For Human Consumption

Federal Regulators Clear First Genetically Altered Animal Approved For Human Consumption

Against the advice of experts, federal regulators have approved a genetically engineered salmon as fit for consumption, making it the first genetically altered animal to be cleared for grocery retailers. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) said the salmon would not have to be labeled as genetically modified (GM).
AquaBounty is headquartered in the U.S. but the GM salmon is based on a gene construct patented by two Canadian university professors. The company also has research facilities in Prince Edward Island, Canada where it grows GM fish for experimentation and testing. 

The approval by the Food and Drug Administration caps a long struggle for AquaBounty Technologies, a small company that first approached the FDA about approval in the 1990s. The agency made its initial determination that the fish would be safe to eat and for the environment more than five years ago.
The approval of the salmon has been fiercely opposed by some consumer and environmental groups, which have argued that the safety studies were inadequate and that wild salmon populations might be affected if the engineered fish were to escape into the oceans and rivers.

Just four years ago a Purdue University scientist urged federal officials to decide favorably on allowing genetically engineered salmon into the food supply arguing that not doing so may set back scientific efforts to increase food production. The argument came in direct contradiction to statements made by the same scientist who found that releasing a transgenic fish to the wild could damage native populations even to the point of extinction.
Marcus Sheldon who operates a conventional fish farm in B.C says that genetically modified salmon could accelerate toxicity levels. "That's just not natural," said Sheldon. "Twice the growth is likely twice the toxicity as well if you consider artificially inflated hormonal levels which we don't know the long term effects of."
"This unfortunate, historic decision disregards the vast majority of consumers, many independent scientists, numerous members of Congress and salmon growers around the world, who have voiced strong opposition," Wenonah Hauter, executive director of Food & Water Watch, said in a statement.
Within hours of the agency's decision, one consumer advocacy group, the Center for Food Safety, said it and other organizations would file a lawsuit challenging the approval.
The AquAdvantage salmon, as it is known, is an Atlantic salmon that has been genetically modified so that it grows to market size faster than a non-engineered farmed salmon, in as little as half the time.

The aquaculture industry does not support the commercialization of GM fish and has stated that there is no market demand. Across North America, grocery stores are now pledging not to use GM seafood.
"The FDA has thoroughly analyzed and evaluated the data and information submitted by AquaBounty regarding the AquAdvantage salmon and determined that they have met the regulatory requirements for approval, including that food from the fish is safe to eat," Bernadette Dunham, director of the agency's Center for Veterinary Medicine, said in a statement.
FDA officials said that the process took so long because it was the first approval of its kind. People involved in the application suspect that the Obama administration delayed approval because it was wary of a political backlash.

Agency officials explained that the law required labeling of "material" aspects of food, and that use of genetic engineering per se is not material. A significant change in the nutritional content of a food would be an example of a material change, and that altered nutritional profile would have to be on the label, but not the fact that it was produced by genetic engineering. (In the case of the salmon, the agency said there were no material differences between the genetically engineered salmon and a conventional counterpart.) 

The FDA issued draft guidance for voluntarily labeling salmon andfinal guidance for voluntarily labeling foods made from bioengineered crops.
Despite the approval, it is likely to be at least two years before any of the salmon reaches supermarkets, and at first it will be in tiny amounts.
For now, the fish are being raised in Panama, from eggs produced in Prince Edward Island. If the salmon were bred or raised elsewhere, for marketing to Americans, that would require separate approvals.

"This is a concrete environmental risk now that's coming directly from Canada," said Lucy Sharratt of the Canadian Biotechnology Action Network.
However, moving beyond Canada and Panama seems to be the plan, according to a regulatory filing by AquaBounty a year ago. It said at that time that after winning FDA approval it would look to build a hatchery in the United States and expand the one in Canada to sell more eggs to fish farmers, who would then grow the salmon to market size. AquaBounty said it might also grow salmon from the eggs itself. In addition to the United States, it said it eventually hoped to sell the salmon in Canada, Argentina, Brazil and China.
The approval could help other efforts to develop genetically modified animals. Scientists and biotechnology industry executives have complained that the long, unexplained delay in approving the salmon was a deterrent to the field. Several other attempts to develop genetically engineered animals for consumption, like a pig whose manure would be less polluting, have fallen by the wayside.
Now, however, there has been a surge of interest in developing new genetically altered farm animals and pets because new techniques, including one known as Crispr-Cas9, allow scientists to edit animal genomes rather than add genes from other species. That has made it far easier to create altered animals.
Scientists in China, for instance, recently created goats with more muscle and longer hair. Researchers in Scotland used gene editing to create pigs resistant to African swine fever. It is not yet clear whether animals created this way would fall under FDA regulation.
The AquAdvantage salmon contains a growth hormone gene from the Chinook salmon and a genetic switch from the ocean pout, an eel-like creature, that keeps the transplanted gene continuously active, whereas the salmon's own growth hormone gene is active only parts of the year. The company has said the fish can grow to market weight in 18 to 20 months, compared with 28 to 36 months for conventionally farmed salmon.
Opponents of the fish say that if the bigger fish were to escape, they could outcompete wild salmon for food or mates. Among the opponents have been members of Alaska's congressional delegation, who say they are worried about the effects on the image and health of wild salmon.
"This harebrained decision goes to show that our federal agencies are incapable of using common sense," Representative Don Young, a Republican, said in a statement.
The FDA regulates genetically engineered animals as veterinary drugs, using the argument that the gene inserted into the animal meets the definition of a drug. Critics have branded this an inadequate solution intended to squeeze a new technology into an old regulatory framework. They say the FDA is not as qualified as other government agencies to do environmental assessments. The White House is now reviewing the entire framework for regulating genetically engineered products.
The FDA said that to approve the salmon, it determined that the fish was safe to eat, that the inserted genetic elements did not harm the fish itself, and that the company had adequately proved that the salmon grew faster.
Few or no companies want to voluntarily label their products as being genetically engineered since that might hurt sales, and many have lobbied heavily against mandatory labeling. But as consumer pressure for transparency about ingredients grows, an increasing number of companies are labeling their nonengineered products.
The labeling issue is heading for a showdown.

Syrien: Russischer Luftangriff auf Ölproduktionsanlage von Terroristen

You Can't Handle The Paris False Flag TRUTH -- Dr. Paul Craig Roberts


Dr. Paul Craig Roberts joins me to discuss the absurdity of the Paris Attack which is playing out just as Dr. Roberts expected. Like 9/11, the Paris "ISIS attacks" are being used to destroy people's civil liberties in the name of "protecting them". It's the same worn out story propelled by the same CIA mockingbird media that's been in control since John F Kennedy was murdered by the deep state. When will humanity wake up? 

Ein Jahr in der Wildnis


Alexandros Tagaras einer der wenigen Wildnis-Pädagogen bei Lebenskraft TV, im Interview mit Patrick Schönerstedt und Oliver Glöckner.


Gast: Alexandros Tagaras