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Imran Awan, a former IT aide for Democratic Florida Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, was indicted Thursday on four counts including bank fraud and making false statements.

The indictment also includes his wife Hina Alvi.

The grand jury decision in U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia comes roughly a month after Awan was arrested at Dulles airport in Virginia trying to board a plane to Pakistan, where his family is from.

The indictment itself, which merely represents formal charges and is not a finding of guilt, addresses separate allegations that Awan and his wife engaged in a conspiracy to obtain home equity lines of credit from the Congressional Federal Credit Union by giving false information about two properties – and then sending the proceeds to individuals in Pakistan.

The case has put renewed scrutiny on Wasserman Schultz for keeping Awan on the payroll for months, even after a criminal investigation was revealed and he was barred from the House IT network. http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2017/08/17/wasserman-schultz-ex-it-aide-indicted-on-4-counts.html 
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Finding an issue to cause dissent: Trump

Building opposition in a well funded civil society ‘movement:’ Check the funders: CIA uses NED and USAID overseas, I suspect the Foundations are funding Antifa - Ford, Gates and Democracy Now 

Manipulating the media: in propaganda it's not just how they spin what they mention, it's what they never mention at all. In the doco on this thread, they don't mention there were lots of alt-right who weren't NeoNazis, nor do they show Antifa's violence.

Putting in place US friendly leaders: almost the entire Congress apart from Gowdy, Gabbard and maybe one or two others. With Pense standing by to assume the mantle.

Blaming US opposition for the coup to hide US involvement: blaming the alt-right for the violence, pretending if it weren't for the alt-right, none of this would be happening.

Worth looking into: - the book below is a study on how civilian populations can defeat color revolution tactics. It's obviously not a magic bullet because the bad guys have it too, but if you can get a copy from the library (Amazon price is ridiculous) it may give some ideas.

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BP Earthwatch
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U.S. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, D-Weston, today urged Gov. Rick Scott and the Florida Legislature to meet in a special session in Tallahassee to make good on their 2016 decision to remove a statue of a Confederate general that represents Florida in the U.S. Capitol.

“It’s time to stop playing games,” Wasserman Schultz declared in a news release today. “No family visiting our nation’s Capitol should have to explain to their child that the statue representing our state honors someone who fought for a philosophy built on hatred and oppression. Governor Scott and the Florida legislature must take immediate action by calling a one-day special session during their upcoming interim committee meetings to pass a bill with one of the three recommendations from the committee established by law…These three Floridians represent the best of the history of our state. The removal of the Confederate statue must be made an urgent priority.”


No words! 
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Justice demands 1.3M IP addresses related to Trump resistance site

The Department of Justice has requested information on visitors to a website used to organize protests against President Trump, the Los Angeles-based Dreamhost said in a blog post published on Monday.

Dreamhost, a web hosting provider, said that it has been working with the Department of Justice for several months on the request, which believes goes too far under the Constitution.

DreamHost claimed that the complying with the request from the Justice Department would amount to handing over roughly 1.3 million visitor IP addresses to the government, in addition to contact information, email content and photos of thousands of visitors to the website, which was involved in organizing protests against Trump on Inauguration Day.

“That information could be used to identify any individuals who used this site to exercise and express political speech protected under the Constitution’s First Amendment,” DreamHost wrote in the blog post on Monday. “That should be enough to set alarm bells off in anyone’s mind.” 

When contacted, the Justice Department directed The Hill to the U.S. attorney's office in D.C.

The company is currently challenging the request. A hearing on the matter is scheduled for Friday in Washington.


Shit I hope I was on VPN when i went there to see wtf was going on a few months ago. LOL 
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White supremacist and ‘Unite the Right’ leader, Jason Kessler, was once reportedly a supporter a former President Obama and the Occupy movement.

According to the Southern Poverty Law Center (an organization that is certainly no friend to Conservatives), Kessler revealed his political transformation around November 2016, the same month then candidate Donald Trump won the presidential election.  


This smells really bad.
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Doug McKelway: We are now beginning to hear criticism bubble up on all sides of this event about the initial slow response by the police. When I got out of my car yesterday in Charlottesville about 10:30 in the morning you knew this was a bad scene and bad things were going to be happening because people were congregating at Lee Park and Emancipation Park wearing helmets, body armor, carrying big heavy sticks. Nobody was intent on peace here from either side. People were intent on causing havoc and causing damage. And even as wounded were being brought out of the park police were sitting idly by. I was standing off a cordoned off area where the police had set up as a staging area, the state police, and they said you can come in here this is a safe area. But when the tear gas started to fly, thrown by protesters, the police themselves began to evacuate then. I asked the guy who was in charge, “Where you going?” He said, “We’re leaving. It’s too dangerous.” They had a chance to nip this thing in the bud and they chose not to.


Watch the video! This guy will probably get fired for telling the truth! 
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Car Rams Antifa Protesters In Charlottesville, Virginia (1 Dead, 19 Injured)

This video shows graphic details that I didn't see in any of the footage that was out yesterday. 
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The suspect being held in a Virginia jail in connection with a deadly crash near a scheduled rally of white nationalists has been identified as James Alex Fields Jr., 20, of Maumee, Ohio, according to Superintendent Martin Kumer with the Albermarle-Charlottesville County Regional Jail .

Fields is being held on suspicion of second-degree murder, malicious wounding and failure to stop in an accident that resulted in death.

One person died and 19 were injured Saturday when a car rammed a crowd of counterprotesters gathered to oppose a "Unite the Right" rally of white nationalist and other right-wing groups.

Charlottesville Police Chief Al Thomas said the suspect was taken into custody not far from the crash site.

Thomas told reporters a 32-year-old woman was killed while she was crossing the street. Her name was not released.

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Holy sh!t, wow wow. Pic of the driver does NOT match the driver they detained.. Eyewitness states two black suvs pulled up next to car, guy gets out of car and enters suv's and they take off. I have the image linked for safety. WOW!

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Early reports of helicopter crash Charlottesville....

Police responding to helicopter crash!! near Birdwood Golf Course at Charlottesville/Albemarle line.

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As if there weren't enough geopolitical stress points in the world to fill a lifetime of "sleepy, vacationy" Augusts, late on Friday night President Trump spoke to Chinese President Xi Jinping and told him that he's preparing to order an investigation into Chinese trade practices next week, according to NBC. Politico confirms that Trump is ready to launch a new trade crackdown on China next week, citing an administration official, a step that Trump delayed two weeks ago under the guidance of his new Chief of Staff Gen. Kelly, but now appears imminent. It is also an escalation which most analysts agree will launch a trade war between Washington and Beijing.

As Politico details, Trump on Monday will call for an investigation into China over allegations that the nation violated U.S. intellectual property rights and forced technology transfers, the official said. While it's unclear how much detail Trump will get into in the announcement, administration officials expect U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer to open an investigation against China under Section 301 of the Trade Act of 1974. The ordering of the investigation will not immediately impose sanctions but could lead to steep tariffs on Chinese goods. Trump has expressed frustration in recent months over what he sees as China's unfair trade policies.

As we discussed two weeks ago, Trump had planned to launch the trade investigation more than a week ago, but he delayed the move in favor of securing China's support for expanded U.N. sanctions against North Korea, the senior administration official said.

The pending announcement also comes amid heightened tension between the United States and China, even after the Trump administration scored a victory in persuading Beijing to sign onto new United Nations sanctions on North Korea. Still, Trump has delayed trade action before, amid pressure from business groups and major trading partners:

Two Commerce Department reports examining whether to restrict steel and aluminum imports on national security grounds were expected by the end of June but have been bottled up in an internal review. Trading partners raised threats of retaliation and domestic steel users complained of being hurt by price increases and restricted supply.


Do we need this right at this moment? 
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It's not just humans who will be affected by the Great American Eclipse coming on Aug. 21 - expect animals to act strangely too. 

Anecdotal evidence and a few scientific studies suggest that as the moon moves briefly between the sun and the Earth, causing a deep twilight to fall across the land, large swaths of the animal kingdom will alter their behavior. 

Eclipse chasers say they have seen songbirds go quiet, large farm animals lie down, crickets start to chirp and chickens begin to roost. 

Elise Ricard, public programs supervisor at the California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco, recalled the eerie silence that accompanied the start of a total eclipse early on a June morning in 2012. 

"I was sitting on a beach with my back to the jungle, and if you know anything about jungles, they are not usually quiet," she said. "But to suddenly hear all those noisy birds get quiet as the eclipse got close, that was a powerful sensory experience." 

Doug Duncan, director of the Fiske Planetarium at the University of Colorado, Boulder, has had a few strange run-ins with animals over his many years of eclipse chasing. 

In the video below he describes seeing a line of llamas gather together to see a total eclipse with him and his fellow astronomers in Bolivia. 

When he was viewing a different eclipse from a boat near the Galapagos Islands, he saw dozens of whales and dolphins swim to the surface of the ocean five minutes before the eclipse began. They hung out there until five minutes after the eclipse, before returning to the watery depths, he recalled. 

Doug Duncan, astronomer at the University of Colorado, Boulder, describes his experiences with animals during total eclipses: 


READ MORE AT LINK. This is really interesting info! 

56 second video, pretty kewl stuff! 
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Government Asks Funeral Homes To Prepare For Pandemic While Warning Of Possible 'Nightmare Scenario' 


{  Note : DOOM is my co-pilot  }........
By Stefan Stanford - All News Pipeline - Live Free Or Die

In the August 7th story over at The Star titled 'Funeral Homes Warned To Be Prepared In Advance Of Possible Pandemic' they report 'a pandemic might not be a problem in some communities, but funeral homes in larger cities may not be able to cope with the increased demand'.  Also warning within their story 'in a pandemic, each individual funeral home could expect to handle about six months’ work within a six- to eight-week period', the Star story was one of at least three that just came out over the last few days from different news websites in Canada covering this exact same topic.

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Largest known rare earth deposit discovered in North Korea

Privately-held SRE Minerals on Wednesday announced the discovery in North Korea of what is believed to be the largest deposit of rare earth elements anywhere in the world.

SRE also signed a joint venture agreement with the Korea Natural Resources Trading Corporation for rights to develop REE deposits at Jongju in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea for the next 25 years with a further renewal period of 25 years.

The joint venture company known as Pacific Century Rare Earth Mineral Limited, based in the British Virgin Islands, has also been granted permission for a processing plant on site at Jongju, situated approximately 150 km north-northwest of the capital of Pyongyang.

The initial assessment of the Jongju target indicates a total mineralisation potential of 6 billion tonnes with total 216.2 million tonnes rare-earth-oxides including light REEs such as lanthanum, cerium and praseodymium; mainly britholite and associated rare earth minerals. Approximately 2.66% of the 216.2 million tonnes consists of more valuable heavy rare-earth-elements.

According Dr Louis Schurmann, Fellow of the Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy and lead scientist on the project, the Jongju deposit is the world's largest known REE occurrence.

The 216 million tonne Jongju deposit, theoretically worth trillions of dollars, would more than double the current global known resource of REE oxides which according to the US Geological Survey is pegged at 110 million tonnes.
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  Oh man, this is good. People on here were asking why the heck we had 755 diplomats over there... 


Trump was asked about the firing during a press conference  in Bedminster, N.J., where he is taking a 17 day "working vacation." His only response was that he wanted to thank Putin for the cut.

"No. I want to thank him, because we're trying to cut down on payroll," Trump said. "And as far as I'm concerned, I'm very thankful that he let go of a large number of people because now we have a smaller payroll."

"There's no real reason for them to go back," Trump added. "So I greatly appreciate the fact that they have been able to cut our payroll for the United States. We'll save a lot of money."


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President Trump issued a new warning to North Korea Thursday, upping the ante after the president’s “fire and fury” statement Tuesday.

Trump suggested Thursday that his prior statements on North Korea, which received a great deal of criticism from some observers, were “not tough enough.”

“[Kim Jong Un] has been pushing the world around for a long time,” the president told reporters Thursday.

“I will tell you this, if North Korea does anything in terms of even thinking about attack of anybody that we love or we represent or our allies or us, they can be very, very nervous,” he explained. “They should be very nervous. Things will happen to them like they never thought possible.”


The war rhetoric continues to escalate! 
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Has the Chupacabra been spotted in the Carolinas? Pictures of a strange animal taken by a golfer in South Carolina are sparking lively debate about the mythical beast.

Doug Stewart posted five photos of the animal on Facebook Saturday and asked for help identifying its species. “Ok...playing Golf in Santee SC,” he wrote. “Can somebody pleeeeease tell me what the flock this is!?!? #ThatAintNoDog”


I'd say this is a dog or a coyote, except the tail is really, REALLY long!  Whatever it is, I am guessing it has a severe case of mange and lost all its hair. 
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Portland, OR — Matt Minnick is a small farmer in Portland who is now very upset after a Washington County Sheriff’s Office Deputy shot and killed his top breeding goat Sunday morning.

Because of the new construction by Minnick’s property, some damage was caused to a portion of his fence that his $1,200 prized New Zealand goat named Volt managed to escape through.

Volt was not some pit bull or rabid German Shepard — he was a goat.

As a friendly reminder, when children go to petting zoos, they are surrounded by these animals. There are thousands of petting zoos throughout the country at which children interact with goats on a daily basis. Amazingly enough, none of these children ‘fear for their lives’ and kill any of these goats.

Minnick takes responsibility for the fact that his goat escaped, saying, “Goats are escape artists, and I’m the farmer. I see this as partly my fault because I didn’t keep a closer eye on my perimeter.” However, he says there was no reason for killing Volt.

While looking for his goat, deputies called Minnick out to the new area of the housing Sunday morning. When Minnick arrived, he saw Volt bleeding out, suffering a horrid fate at the hands of the deputy.

“When I walked up, he was right here, there was one officer right here. The goat was there huffin’ and puffin’,” Minnick explained.

When he got the call, Minnick hurried over to help bring his goat back home, however, he never expected that cops would’ve killed him.

“And they say, ‘yeah, it was either me or the goat’ and I said, ‘man, there are 7-year-old kids that deal with these goats. Infants that deal with these,’” said Minnick.


Read it all, apparently MINIATURE PONIES are also on the terrified police list. f**king cowards, really? 
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Taken from /pol/ (thanks No.136569642)

So all the hype over NK got me to thinking, what if it is all a bit of theater to distract us from real geo-political moves? Then I came across this.

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Investigative Journalist Jeffery Jaxen breaks down the Monsanto papers, a wikileaks-style data dump showing collusion with EPA officials to hide the carcinogenicity of glyphosate.

Dang those internal emails... is what they must be saying!
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Odd Kids' Cartoon Re: the Solar Eclipse & the End of the World

Not sure what to say about this ...


Kid's Cartoon August 21th Solar Eclipse

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Britons will be able to make social media platforms like Facebook (FB.O) delete information, including content published in their childhood, under government proposals that will bring data laws into line with new European regulations.

Individuals will have more control over their data by having "the right to be forgotten" and ask for their personal data to be erased in the measures announced by Digital Minister Matt Hancock on Monday.

Companies will also have to ask people for permission to collect personal data rather than rely on pre-selected tick boxes, which are largely ignored, he said.

The new rules will bring British law into line with the European Union's general data protection regulation (GDPR), which tightens and extends the scope of data protection law.

The GDPR becomes enforceable from May 2018.


Oh now I like this... I wonder if this applies to those who have already deleted their accounts??
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Governor Bruce Rauner signed a bill designating Aug. 4 as 'Barack Obama Day' in Illinois, a new holiday to honor the 44th president's accomplishments.


Click above for the rest of the ridiculousness. 
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