http://188.8.131.52:82/presstv/sitevideo/20140718/nbc_gaza.mp4 American network NBC News has pulled out its correspondent Ayman Mohyeddin from the Gaza Strip following his unbiased coverage of the Israeli regime’s atrocities in the besieged Palestinian enclave. The NBC News correspondent, who personally witnessed the Israeli military’s brutal murdering of four Palestinian boys who were playing on a beach in Gaza on Wednesday, was ordered by the network’s executives to leave the Palestinian territory immediately. Mohyeddin’s witness account of the killing of the four young boys by Israeli gunboat fire has gone viral online. On the air, Mohyeldin recounted how, moments before their death, he was … Continue reading NBC pulls out reporter over unbiased Gaza coverage
Diana Magnay (Image from twitter.com/dimagnayCNN) CNN boots reporter from Israel-Gaza conflict after ‘scum’ tweet CNN has pulled correspondent Diana Magnay out of her post covering the Israeli-Palestinian conflict after the reporter tweeted that Israelis cheering bombs hitting Gaza, and who had allegedly threatened her, were “scum.” Magnay was “threatened and harassed” before and during her report, a CNN spokeswoman told The Huffington Post, leading to the reporter’s reaction on Twitter. “She deeply regrets the language used, which was aimed directly at those who had been targeting our crew,” the spokeswoman added. “She certainly meant no offense to anyone beyond that … Continue reading Zionist CNN Boots Reporter Who Called Israeli Butchers ‘Scum’
by Joe Martino. Not long ago we published an article called 15 Things To Stop Doing To Yourself. The article was all about outlining the tendencies many of us have that can make life more complicated and difficult. Things we do to ourselves that we have full control over. That article inspired this new one that will focus on things we can begin doing right now that will make our lives more joyous and peace filled. Start Spending Time With The “Right” People – Spend time with people you enjoy -who bring you up instead of push you down. Sure … Continue reading 15 Things To Start Doing For Yourself
by Ross Pomeroy What’s likelier to make you happy: striking it rich in the lottery or getting paralyzed from the waist down? The answer is obvious, right? Winning the lottery! But when psychologists studied the question empirically, the results did not precisely follow our intuitive predictions. Oh, at first they did. In the ensuing 12 months after hitting the jackpot, lottery winners were significantly happier than paraplegics. Exotic trips and extravagant luxuries easily topped losing one’s ability to walk. But after a year, the gap vanished. Both groups reverted to the same levels of happiness they experienced before their life … Continue reading The Things We Think Make Us Happy… Don’t
By Brother Nathanael Kapner WHILE JEWMERICA RAMPS UP more sanctions against Russia, Putin still has the last laugh. And while Jewmerica is eating its heart out trying to isolate Russia with its laughable slogan, ‘mobilizing the international community,’ Putin continues to straddle the world stage…this time in Jewmerica’s own backyard in Latin America. On June 11, Putin brought Russia to the Western Hemisphere with his first stop in Cuba where he met with Fidel and Raul Castro. After waiving a $32 billion debt owed to Russia, Putin reportedly set his sights on a berth for the Russian Naval fleet … Continue reading Putin’s Coup In Jewmerica’s Back Yard
The latest market scandal at Barclays has raised questions as to whether Britain’s bonus-fuelled, get¿rich-quick approach to banking can ever be erased By Alex Brummer The deeply sombre memorandum sent to Barclays’ 140,000 staff last month came straight from the top. In it, the Oxford-educated chief executive Antony Jenkins, who had got the job two years ago promising an ethical revolution, admitted that the Quaker-founded bank had, once again, been misbehaving. This time, the malpractice centred on the appropriately named but little understood ‘dark pools’ — a secretive marketplace where big-league investors conducted share deals far from public view, boosting … Continue reading More corrupt than ever: Thought the bankers who wrecked Britain’s economy had reformed? In an excoriating book, the Mail’s City Editor reveals they’re greedier than ever
By Tony Cartalucci Flying over warzone Ukraine, The probable and Convenient Happens At no juncture during the Ukrainian crisis could the downing of Malaysian Boeing 777 flight MH17 have been more convenient for NATO and its proxy regime in Kiev. Kiev’s forces were being picked apart in eastern Ukraine with several units encircled and destroyed. In the west of the country, dissent was growing by Ukrainians unwilling to march off to fight in the east. NATO’s attempts to bait Russia into moving into Ukrainian territory and shift global opinion against Moscow had repeatedly failed. Image: Yet another Malaysia Boeing 777 … Continue reading Malaysian Airlines Flight MH17 Downed Over Warzone Ukraine. Who Was Behind It? Cui Bono?
by Zaron Burnett I’ve always been a happy racist. Like, I don’t lose sleep over it. And no, I don’t care if someone calls me that at a party. I’m cool with being racist (and you can be, too). Keep in mind this is coming from the winner of my high school’s Multicultural Appreciation Award from the Indian Association of Davis. I was then, and I remain, a happy racist. I appreciate folks from all different races. For reasons beyond my control, I was raised to be racist. It’s how I see the world. The process took hold long before … Continue reading If You’re An American, You’re A Racist … But That’s Cool
by umair haque Here’s a tiny confession. I’m bored. Yes; I know. I’m a sinner. Go ahead. Burn me at the stake of your puritanical Calvinism; the righteously, thoroughly, well, boring idea that boredom itself is a moral defect; that a restless mind is the Devil’s sweatshop. There’s nothing more boring than that; and I’ll return to that very idea at the end of this essay; which I hope is the beginning. What am I bored of? Everything. Blogs books music art business ideas politics tweets movies science math technology…but more than that: the spirit of the age; the atmosphere … Continue reading Bored. Of Everything.
By Albert Nerenberg What if all drug and alcohol states are actually in the mind? A performance by a Hypnotist at Toronto’s Idea City suggests just that. It would make the trillions spend on alcohol and dangerous drugs seem ridiculous and unnecessary. Hypnotist Albert Nerenberg, stage name Neuron, elaborates on an old hypnotist parlour trick of hypnotizing someone into being drunk. Instead Nerenberg demonstrates that volunteers could be made very drunk, high on cocaine, experience ecstasy and even to hallucinate while hypnotized. The event was shot for Canadian Television. “While this does require deeper states of … Continue reading Drugs and Alcohol Are (All?) In The Mind