Posted on 1st February 2015 by T4C in Economy |Politics |Social Issues

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This is very unsettling. NYC citizens, and ultimately all US citizens, have just been given 350 more reasons to question authority. It seems like NYC has been picked for beta testing another “fear/control/aggressive/divisive influence”. It has…..



Police State: NYPD to permanently patrol protests with machine guns

Carey Wedler
Thu, 29 Jan 2015 02:22 CET

New York, NY- NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton announced Thursday that 350 heavily armed NYPD officers, called the “Strategic Response Group,” will soon be patrolling protests and the city at large.

He said the new strain of hyper-armed police will be

“…equipped and trained in ways that our normal patrol officers are not. They’ll be equipped with all the extra heavy protective gear, with the long rifles and machine guns – unfortunately sometimes necessary in these instances.”

Bratton announced their purpose is specifically

“…designed for dealing with events like our recent protests, or incidents like Mumbai or what just happened in Paris.”

Lumping protesters in with terrorists, he said the permanent force will deal with “disorder control and counterterrorism protection capabilities.” It will allegedly assist on crime scenes and help with “crowd control and other large-scale events.”


What Do They Know? Why Are So Many Of The Super Wealthy Preparing Bug Out Locations?


Posted on 1st February 2015 by Administrator in Economy |Politics |Social Issues

Submitted by Michael Snyder via The End of The American Dream blog,

A lot of ultra-rich people are quietly preparing to “bug out” when the time comes.  They are buying survival properties, they are buying farms in far away countries and they are buying deep underground bunkers.  In fact, a prominent insider at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland says that “very powerful people are telling us they’re scared” and he shocked his audience when he revealed that he knows “hedge fund managers all over the world who are buying airstrips and farms in places like New Zealand”.

So what do they know?  Why are so many of the super wealthy suddenly preparing bug out locations?  When the elite of the world start preparing for doomsday, that is a very troubling sign.  And right now the elite appear to be quietly preparing for disaster like never before.

The insider that I mentioned above is named Robert Johnson.  He is the president of the Institute of New Economic Thinking, and what he recently told a packed audience in Davos is making headlines all over the planet

With growing inequality and the civil unrest from Ferguson and the Occupy protests fresh in people’s mind, the world’s super rich are already preparing for the consequences. At a packed session in Davos, former hedge fund director Robert Johnson revealed that worried hedge fund managers were already planning their escapes. “I know hedge fund managers all over the world who are buying airstrips and farms in places like New Zealand because they think they need a getaway,” he said.

But he didn’t stop there.

In a separate interview, Johnson admitted that “very powerful people are telling us they’re scared” and that the elite “see increasing evidence of social instability and violence”.  You can watch video of the entire interview below…




Posted on 1st February 2015 by Administrator in Economy |Politics |Social Issues


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Posted on 1st February 2015 by Administrator in Economy |Politics |Social Issues

“For the world in its present form is passing away.”

1 Cor 7:31



Posted on 31st January 2015 by Administrator in Economy |Politics |Social Issues

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Isn’t it funny how CNBC wasn’t blathering about how January finishes, that is how the year usually finishes. If stocks were up, with gold and silver down, Cramer, the shills and the bimbos would have been screaming it from the mountaintop. Stocks were down big in the 1st five days and the first month. Gold and silver were up big. Sounds of silence from the faux financial journalists, aka cheerleaders. Bond yields are crashing. Global recession has arrived. The storm is just beginning.

Via Jesse



Posted on 31st January 2015 by Administrator in Economy |Politics |Social Issues


Yanis Varoufakis Newsnight interview


Posted on 31st January 2015 by Administrator in Economy |Politics |Social Issues




Posted on 31st January 2015 by Administrator in Economy |Politics |Social Issues


More laws. More regulations. More licenses. More permits. More taxes. More surveillance. More cameras. More government bureaucrats. More police. More military equipment. More tyranny. This is no different than how the English treated the colonists in the 1700’s. At what point do enough people say enough is enough?

Hat tip Boston Bob

Bound Brook cops stop teens seeking snow shoveling work

School was closed for the blizzard that wasn’t, but there was still enough snow on the ground that two Bridgewater-Raritan Regional High School seniors thought they could make a few extra bucks.

In the process, Matt Molinari and Eric Schnepf, both 18, also learned a valuable lesson about one of the costs of doing business: government regulations.

The two friends were canvasing a neighborhood near this borough’s border with Bridgewater early Monday evening, handing out fliers promoting their service, when they were pulled over by police and told to stop.

The story was shared on a popular Bound Brook Facebook group by a resident who saw Schnepf being questioned by police after coming to his door.

COOKE: Some laws have regrettable collateral damage

“Are you kidding me? Our generation does nothing but complain about his generation being lazy and not working for their money,” he wrote on Bound Brook NJ Events‘ page. “Here’s a couple kids who take the time to print up flyers, walk door to door in the snow, and then shovel snow for some spending money. And someone calls the cops and they’re told to stop?”




Posted on 31st January 2015 by T4C in Economy |Technology

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I hope PETA doesn’t have anything to say about this. 



When biologist Netzer (left), who specialises in bioprocesses, met electrochemist Colmenares, whose field is water purification, they came up with the idea of a practical, microbial, energy-generating water purification system. Today their demonstration plant is up and running. Photo: Thor Nielsen/SINTEF


By Christina Benjaminsen
Published 27.01.15

Researchers in Trondheim have succeeded in getting bacteria to power a fuel cell. The “fuel” used is wastewater, and the products of the process are pure water droplets and electricity.

“This is an environmentally-friendly process for the purification of water derived from industrial processes and suchlike”, says SINTEF researcher Luis Cesar Colmenares, who is running the project together with his colleague Roman Netzer. “It also generates small amounts of electricity – in practice enough to drive a small fan, a sensor or a light-emitting diode”, he says.

In the future, the researchers hope to scale up this energy generation to enable the same energy to be used to power the water purification process, which commonly consists of many stages, often involving mechanical and energy-demanding decontamination steps at its outset.

Nature’s own generator

The biological fuel cell is powered by entirely natural processes – with the help of living microorganisms.

“In simple terms, this type of fuel cell works because the bacteria consume the waste materials found in the water”, explains Colmenares. “As they eat, the bacteria produce electrons and protons. The voltage that arises between these particles generates energy that we can exploit. Since the waste in the wastewater (organic material) is consumed and thus removed, the water itself becomes purified”, he says.