How convenient – but obviously a mere coincidence.
Vince Foster was a mentor to Hillary when they worked together at the Rose Law Firm in Little Rock, Arkansas. When Bill was confirmed as the 42nd President of the United States on January 20, 1993, Foster took a role as his Deputy White House Counsel. 6 months later, to the day, Foster was found dead in Fort Marcy Park, along the Potomac River, of a apparent “suicide” resulting from a gun shot from a .38 caliber revolver.
Like a lot of things surrounding the Clintons, Foster’s “suicide” has always been shrouded in mystery. A few months ago, The Daily Mailinterviewed former FBI agents Coy Copeland and Jim Clemente who claimed that Hillary “triggered” Foster’s “suicide” by “humiliating” him in front of colleagues just a few days before his death.
‘Hillary put him down really, really bad in a pretty good-size meeting,‘ Copeland says. ‘She told…
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Time to switch to a much safer, cheaper and more planet friendly alternative – the menstrual cup: http://divacup.com/
Some of you will know the PTB have backtracked on the carcinogenicity of glyphosate however there is still a ton of evidence by INDEPENDENT not in-house research to tell us it is a carcinogen. Use it at your own risk.
The vast majority ‒ 85 percent ‒ of tampons, cotton and sanitary products tested in a new Argentinian study contained glyphosate, the key ingredient in Monsanto’s Roundup herbicide, ruled a likely carcinogen by the World Health Organization.
Meanwhile, 62 percent of the samples tested positive for AMPA, glyphosate’s metabolite, according to the study, which was conducted by researchers at the Socio-Environmental Interaction Space (EMISA) of the University of La Plata in Argentina.
All of the raw and sterile cotton gauze analyzed in the study showed evidence of glyphosate, said Dr. Damian Marino, the study’s head researcher….
Those who have been diagnosed with…
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Tags: cia, contras, freeway ricky ross, gary webb, nicaragua, san jose mercury news, war on drugs
How to Make Money Selling Drugs
Directed by Matthew Cooke (2013)
How to Make Money Selling Drugs is a biting satire on the ludicrous “War on Drugs” and its perverse effect of increasing American drug use.
Mimicking an investment informercial, the mockumentary guides viewers on how to move up the ranks from gang-backed street peddler, to private retailer, to distributor, to domestic and/or international smuggler, to drug cartel king pin.
It also offers expert advice on how to beat a case, how to conceal drugs in a vehicle and how to get crooked cops to work for your franchise. It also profiles an ex-cop who can get you off if the police plant narcotics in your car.
My favorite part of the film is a cameo by Freeway Ricky Ross, who late San Jose Mercury News reporter Gary Web made world famous for his role in distributing cocaine the CIA smuggled into the US to fund their illegal war against Nicaragua.
The video can’t be embedded (for copyright reasons), but you can watch it for the next few weeks at the Maori TV website: How to Make Money Selling Drugs
Source: Zero Hedge
Last week, following the news that a previously unknown hacker collective, “The Shadow Brokers” had hacked and released legitimate hacking tools from the NSA’s own special-ops entity, the “Equation Group”, initial speculation that Russians may have penetrated the US spy agency – suggested by none other than Edward Snowden – shifted to the suggestion that the agency may be housing another “mole” insider. As we noted on Thursday, a former NSA source told Motherboard, that “it’s plausible” that the leakers are actually a disgruntled insider, claiming that it’s easier to walk out of the NSA with a USB drive or a CD than hack its servers. Michael Adams, an information security expert who served more than two decades in the US Special Operations Command, agreed that it’s a viable theory.
“It’s Snowden junior,” Adams told Motherboard. “Except he doesn’t want to end up in virtual prison in Russia. He’s smart enough to rip off shit, but also smart enough to be unidentifiable.”
Today, in an op-ed by cybersecurity expert, James Bamford, author of The Shadow Factory: The Ultra-Secret NSA From 9/11 to the Eavesdropping on America, and columnist for Foreign Policy magazine, writes that this is increasingly looking as the most probable explanation, and that Russia had nothing to do with this latest – and most provocative yet – hack.
This is what he think is really going on behind the scenes, courtesy of Reuters.
Read more (source): “Evidence Points To Another Snowden At The NSA”
“Unless the U.S. wants to confront these players directly, it has no choice but to accept that they have lost a war they directly and indirectly started through covert CIA operations that began in 2011 (and as some would argue, well before that).”
(ANTIMEDIA) When the current Syrian conflict first erupted in 2011 — and then enflamed in 2012 — a small minority of the American public probably wondered why President Obama was not intervening to help the Syrian people as he had done in Libya (they were likely completely unaware the president had already been interfering heavily in Syria since the conflict began). However, some pundits speculated that Obama would eventually intervene directly, and that this intervention would be the beginning of the end of the American empire as we know it.
What started out as a seemingly hollow prediction has become as true a statement as any. First, American involvement began with funding, arming, and training violent rebels to try to overthrow the Syrian government. Then came attempts to misrepresent so-called “intelligence”…
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These numbers do not include contractors supporting the CIA or other intelligence community activities, either abroad or in the United States.
Source: Strategic Culture
The US is expanding military operations overseas without actually increasing the number of regular troops deployed there. The military spends great sums to hire private intelligence contractors to do the fighting.
The Department of Defense has for the first time indicated that it was hiring private military contractors (PMC) for operations in Syria.
The nature of the US mission in Syria is highly sensitive; little information is available in open sources. According to a Daily Beast report, military contractors would be working inside Syria alongside the roughly 300 US troops (Special Forces – SOF) already deployed there.
In Iraq the number of contractors working for the Defense Department had just about doubled from 1,300 to 2,500 since last summer. The number is not capped. Most of them are working in security, transportation, construction, communication support, training, management and administrative roles. Nearly 70 percent of the…
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