Friday, 26 February 2016

We'll See - paul kalkbrenner remix

A track that gives you exactly the same feelings as the lyrics convey ;)

We'll see

Fire is my hair
Your hand is kerosine
The atmosphere glows
Come on, let's go

Monday, 15 February 2016

Gearóid Ó Colmáin talks to RT International

Rothschild’s “Slaughter Ships”

Austrian intelligence officials have reportedly revealed that US government agencies are paying for the transport of migrants to Europe. On August 5th, 2015 Austrian magazine Infodirekt reported:

It has come to our knowledge that US organisations are paying for the boats taking thousands of refugees to Europe. US organisations have created a co-financing scheme which provides for a considerable portion of the transportation costs. Not every refugee from North Africa has 11,000 Euro cash. Nobody is asking, where is the money coming from?
French government officials have also been caught selling life boats to refugees in Turkey. France’s France 2 Television station filmed French honorary pro-consul Françoise Olcay in Turkey in flagrante delicto.

Saturday, 13 February 2016

George Soros: A psychopath’s psychopath
On February 11, the Guardian ran an article by George Soros which had run a day earlier here entitled “Putin is a bigger threat to Europe’s existence than Isis.
After a quick check of my vital signs, I confirmed that I was indeed awake and the article was real and in the Guardian not The Onion.

Our brain sabotages all efforts at breaking bad habits, Johns Hopkins study finds

It is very difficult to beat all "sweet" (but bad) memories that the brain remembers. You have to find some "sweet" things that the brain craves for and continuously remember them, while at the same time saying "no" to the bad "sweet" memories. (

Thursday, 11 February 2016

US A-10s bombed city of Aleppo on Wednesday, shifted blame onto Moscow – Russian military

Two US Air Force A-10 warplanes carried out airstrikes on Aleppo Wednesday, destroying nine facilities, Russia’s Defense Ministry reported. The same day, the Pentagon accused Moscow of bombing two hospitals, despite no Russian flights over the city.

Even the BBC are writing "Washington and al-Qaeda are objectively on the same side"

Though it's buried deep in an article with a headline that most people won't feel the need to read past >>

How President Putin is getting what he wants in Syria

Wednesday, 10 February 2016

Putin’s Aleppo Gamble Pays Off

Last week’s game-changing triumph in northern Syria has moved the Russian-led coalition to within striking distance of a decisive victory in Aleppo.  After breaking a 40 month-long siege on the cities of  Nubl and Zahra, the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) has encircled the country’s industrial hub and is gradually tightening the noose. Crucial supply-lines to the north have been cut leaving the Sunni extremists and anti-government militias stranded inside a vast, urban cauldron. It’s only a matter of time before these disparate renegades are either killed or forced to surrender. A victory in Aleppo will change the course of the war by restoring government control over the densely-populated western corridor. This is why the Obama administration is frantically searching for ways to either delay or derail the Russian-led juggernaut and avoid the impending collapse of US policy in Syria.
Recent peace talks in Geneva were convened with one goal in mind, to prevent Syrian President Bashar al Assad and loyalist forces from retaking Aleppo. The negotiations failed, however, when Washington’s mercurial allies, the so called “moderate” rebels, refused to participate. According to the Wall Street Journal, the Syrian opposition withdrew “under pressure from Saudi Arabia and Turkey, two of the main backers of the rebels.”  The WSJ’s admission was later confirmed by Secretary of State John Kerry who according to a report in the Middle East Eye “blamed the Syrian opposition for leaving the talks and paving the way for a joint offensive by the Syrian government and Russia on Aleppo.”
“Don’t blame me,” Kerry said, “Blame the opposition. It was the opposition that didn’t want to negotiate and didn’t want a ceasefire, and they walked away.”
None of this will surprise readers who followed the talks closely.

Monday, 1 February 2016

Mother Agnes Mariam of the Cross, from Homs province, speaks about the Syrian conflict

This children, is when people paying attention woke up to Jeremy Scahill and Owen Jones both being Gatekeepers of truth / Manufactured Dissent
(scum no matter what they've been threatened with if they report the truth)