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Posted by Xaniel777 on January 19, 2012

TODAY’S NEWS : January 20, 2012

Gulfport homes being evacuated; military to detonate explosives

{ XANIEL’S NOTE : One can’t help but wonder if this man was feed up and preparing for revolution or if  the military explosive(s) was/were part of a family collection handed down to him. Special thanks to my long time friend,  Sharon Cuevas of Gulfport, Ms for pointing me to this story via facebook ! } ~~ Xaniel777

Submitted by WLOX Web Staff

Thursday, January 19th, 2012, 10:10pm


WLOX News has learned a 33-year-old man handling some sort of military explosive Thursday afternoon was severely burned when the device exploded.  ATF agents couldn’t say if the ordnance was a current type of explosive, or an antique.

Now, Gulfport police are in the process of evacuating homes near Saucier Lane, Three Rivers Road and South Swan Road.  They made reverse 911 calls to people who need to temporarily leave their homes.  They also went door-to-door, telling people they needed to leave the area.  If an officer didn’t knock on your door, you can stay at home.

Before 11:00 pm, the military will arrive in that area, and begin the process of detonating a number of military grade ammunition devices found at a property in Gulfport.

A decision was made by the ATF to blow up the devices where they are, rather than move them to a different location. 

The explosives will be detonated sometime between now and morning.  We learned on WLOX News at 10;00 back hoes are being brought in to dig trenches.  That’s where the explosions will take place.

When they go off, police expect people in a large section of Gulfport and Harrison County to hear the booms.

According to the ATF, it was around 1:00 when the man reportedly started cutting on the device for some reason.  “The situation is ongoing and will be ongoing through the evening,” the ATF’s resident-in-charge in Gulfport Joel Lee said.

After the blast, Gulfport police said someone drove the man to a nearby fire station.  That’s where he received immediate medical attention.

At that point, Gulfport turned over the case to the ATF. 

Because an explosive device was involved, Biloxi’s Bomb Squad was called to the scene.  So was the Army Explosive Ordnance Disposal unit from Ft. Polk, Louisiana.  Lee said the ATF is “involving the military to help us with this incident.”

The ATF resident-in-charge says agents are “still trying to determine if there’s more, how much more and what we’re dealing with.”

As for the victim, “What we’re aware of now is his injuries are a quite severe,” said Lee.  “He had to be air lifted to a hospital.”  His name, and the hospital he was taken to were not initially released.

ATF agents are investigating how the 33-year-old acquired so much military ammunition.

A dog was also injured in the blast, but ATF did not know the condition of the dog.

Copyright 2012 WLOX. All rights reserved.


Anonymous Shuts Down Corporate and Government Websites Worldwide … The Timing Couldn’t Be Worse


From Washington’s Blog

Posted on January 20, 2012

Anonymous Shuts Down MPAA, RIAA, FBI, DOJ and Copyright Office

Anonymous launched one of the largest hacking attacks in history today.

Gizmodo reports that – in response to the Feds’ shutting down of the extremely popular file-sharing site MegaUpload – Anonymous has shut down the sites of the main corporate copyright enforcers, including:

  • Motion Picture Association of America

  • Recording Industry Association of America

  • Universal Music

  • EMI

Anonymous has also shut down the main U.S. governmental copyright enforcers, including:

  • U.S. Copyright Office

  • Department of Justice

  • FBI

Plus foreign agencies, including:

  • French copyright authority HADOPI

Given yesterday’s success in forcing so many congress members to back off of SOPA and PIPA, the timing could not be worse.

As free speech champion Michael Rivero argued after Anonymous took down DOJ’s website today:

In aligning with the pirates and attacking the DOJ, anonymous has handed the US government more justification for draconian controls on the internet.

I would not be quite so upset if this had occurred after Congress passed a draconian web censorship bill such as SOPA. But the fact that this is happening only 24 hours after the web’s successful protest concerns me greatly.

Disclaimer: I have never used MegaUpload.com, and so may be underestimating its importance. I also don’t know what percentage of their usage is legitimate free speech, as opposed to piracy.


Support Military Sexual Assault Survivors!

From Change.org


Support Military Sexual Assault Survivors!

  1. Petitioning – The U.S. Senate (+ 3 others)

  2.  Created By Kori Cioca

Why This Is Important

As a child I’d always wanted to serve my country so joining the U.S. Coast Guard was a dream come true, I loved the discipline, the camaraderie and helping others. There was just one problem —my supervisor. From the moment I came under his charge, he singled me out for abuse and harassment.  My appeals to his superiors fell on deaf ears, and one night he entered my room, hit me so hard he dislocated my jaw, and then raped me.

When I stumbled out from my bunkroom  to report the incident, I was told by my commander (a close friend of my assailant) that I was a liar and “disrespectful non-rate.”  Five years since the incident, I am no longer in the coast guard and my jaw still has not received surgery while my assailant continues to enjoy a successful military career. 

The real horror though is that my story is not unique. I am one one of hundreds of thousands of men and women who’ve been raped by fellow soldiers while serving their country and then disbelieved and exiled. All too often, we ourselves are punished for reporting, and eventually, despite laudable careers, discharged.

According to Department of Defense estimates, over 19,000 sexual assaults occurred in the military in 2010 alone. Over the past 5 decades, more than 500,000 U.S. Soldiers have been assaulted.

Even worse, unlike the civilian world where rape victims can turn to an impartial police force and justice system for help, in the military, rape victims can only appeal to their command—a move that is all too often met with foot-dragging at best, and harsh reprisals at worse. As a result, only eight percent of military sexual assault cases are prosecuted, and far less result in significant prison time. 

We, as a society, can no longer allow this criminal epidemic to continue unabated. We are losing too many good soldiers to an unjust system.  

Please join us in asking the Chairman of the House Armed Services Committee, Howard “Buck” McKeon and the Chairman of the Senate Armed Service Committee, Carl Levin and the leadership of the House and Senate to support the STOP Act and the Holley Lynn James Act in 2012. 

These two bills would be the first steps in attempting to alleviate the suffering of military sexual trauma survivors and your overwhelming support of this legislature will send a clear message to the Department of Defense that it needs to take immediate measures to take the decision to investigate and prosecute rape crimes out of the hands of commanders.

Thanks for caring,

Kori Cioca

To find out even more about military sexual assault, Kori’s story, and what you can do to help, go to:  www.invisiblewarmovie.com 



Circle: March 8th

From Urban Survival

War works when it comes to fixing an economy as we’ve shown many times…which gets us to…..

Circle: March 8th

As the world turns, we see on the flip side more maneuvering over the pending Iran showdown to come.  While Russia is warning of catastrophic outcomes if Iran is attacked, and while the Israelis say it is they – not the Obama administration are the ones that called off the US-Israel war games this week – and we were reminded in an email from a colleague:

“…note that Purim is on the 8th of March. That is day the Jews took action against the enemies sworn to destroy them. Good day to start a war?”

Even if you don’t get our premium Peoplenomics reports, just realize that frequently market crashes happen about 55-days after a major peak and I’d offer as an example September 3, 1929 as an example.  You do remember what happened 55-days later? Hint.  Futures are up 50+ so here comes our top!  Maybe…

Although it borders on woo-woo, the large number of people having dreams about the number “314” – and running into it on clocks and such, has us wondering if an attack by Israel (the 8th of March seems as good a time as any and highly symbolic) that the US stand behind plausible deniability (being played in public theater on media near you) could culminate in a mushroom festival come March 14th. Cuban missile crisis was a multi-day affair, no reason this shot at WW IV should be any different.  (III was the Cold War, foo!)

It’d be a fine time to be out of big cities of strategic importance.  Maybe early for vacation planning, but let’s see how this develops closer in, shall we?

The reason my thinking goes down this rabbit hole is that the Obama administration turned down the Keystone pipeline project this week. Pretty obviously, if we were serious about distancing ourselves from the teat of Middle East oil, we would be passing out solar panels (Solyndra, anyone?) and approving all the oil reroutes we could.  Not happening.  Thus the conclusion is it’s not going to…

No, we’re not really doing that, are we?  Sure!  I figure it’s some fine orchestrating of events to keep up fully committed to defending the Middle East which is what keeps young men and women otherwise occupied (or Occupy would be even bigger) while at the same time artificially raising employment which in turn keeps prices firm especially the price of energy, and oh, yeah, keeps the PTB firmly running things including politics….


2012 GOP caucus count unresolved

{ XANIEL’S NOTE : Voter Fraud is everywhere and it’s the only way The Powers That Were will be able to stop Ron Paul unless we find a way to stop them ! For another example see this   Arizona Election Fraud: Pima County Loses Bid to Stop Ballot Custody Depositions from THE INTERCEPT } ~~ Xaniel777

{ MIKE RIVERO of WRH.com : 

They are not even trying to conceal the vote fraud. As far as I am concerned, between the Iowa problems and ballots issued to dead people in New Hampshire, this entire election is already discredited.

I cannot accept that the nation that put men on the Moon is unable to create a reliable, accurate, and tamper-proof elections system, especially a nation that makes reliable, accurate, and tamper-proof bank teller machines that never lose a penny from one end of the country to the other!

If a government cannot prove the honesty and accuracy of the elections by which they claim authority over the people, then the people are neither legally nor morally obligated to obey that government’s dictates nor to pay its bills, and may with full justification resist with lethal force efforts to coerce said obedience and looting.} ~~ Mike

From Caucuses.Desmoines Register.com

Jennifer Jacobs

4:00 AM, Jan 19, 2012

Chief politics writer, covering all candidates

More posts by Jennifer

© 2012, Des Moines Register and Tribune Co.

 Santorum finished ahead by 34 votes
MISSING DATA: 8 precincts’ numbers will never be certified
PARTY VERDICT: GOP official says, ‘It’s a split decision’

Rick Santorum – Final total: 29,839 Change: -168
Mitt Romney – Final total: 29,805 Change: -210

It’s a tie for the ages.

There are too many holes in the certified totals from the Iowa caucuses to know for certain who won, but Rick Santorum wound up with a 34-vote advantage.

Results from eight precincts are missing — any of which could hold an advantage for Mitt Romney — and will never be recovered and certified, Republican Party of Iowa officials told The Des Moines Register on Wednesday.

GOP officials discovered inaccuracies in 131 precincts, although not all the changes affected the two leaders. Changes in one precinct alone shifted the vote by 50 — a margin greater than the certified tally.

The certified numbers: 29,839 for Santorum and 29,805 for Romney. The turnout: 121,503.

It’s not a surprise that the ultra-thin gap of eight votes on caucus night didn’t hold up, but it’s tough to swallow the fact that there will always be a question mark hanging over this race, politics insiders said.

The news comes at a pivotal point — two days before the South Carolina primary, the third state to vote in the nominating process, and just before another big debate tonight. Romney is under attack from all sides, and the other GOP hopefuls are struggling to convince voters that they are viable alternatives to the former Massachusetts governor.

Expect the Santorum campaign to try to leverage today’s news into extra momentum, strategists said.

“It will be a story and Santorum will seize upon it, but it won’t change the current political narrative,” said John Stineman, an Iowa Republican operative.

Santorum, a former Pennsylvania senator, is still battling Newt Gingrich, and to a lesser degree Rick Perry, for the conservative base, Stineman said.

Even if Santorum had been the big headline on Jan. 4 as the Iowa winner, “it certainly wouldn’t have changed how New Hampshire came out, nor (Romney’s) status as the national front-runner,” Stineman said.

Romney has already soaked up the benefits of his declared win. With the Iowa caucuses, the prize is the immediate media attention and the credibility bestowed on the winner. But history now has an asterisk: It’s not clear whether Romney is the first Republican since 1976 to win in both Iowa and New Hampshire.

Over the last two weeks, the vote total seesawed wildly — just as it did on caucus night.

“When I called Governor (Terry) Branstad to update him (Tuesday) night before I went to bed, I told him I could not tell him who was going to come out on top of the certified results,” GOP Chairman Matt Strawn told the Register Wednesday morning.

“Despite what had been in the media, it really was, even the night before the deadline, it really was too close to call,” he said.

Who led depended on the luck of the draw of which precincts rolled in next, said Chad Olsen, the party’s executive director.

Romney was ahead by 51 votes the weekend after the caucuses, Olsen said. On Tuesday night, Romney was up 24 votes. Then at noon Wednesday, Santorum was up by only three votes. The six precincts that happened to come in next boosted Santorum to a 34-vote lead.

At 5 p.m. Wednesday — the deadline for volunteers to get their official “Form E” paperwork with caucus results to Republican Party of Iowa headquarters in Des Moines — the back-and-forth ended with 1,766 precincts certified out of 1,774.

So who won the Iowa caucuses?

“I can’t speculate without documentation from the missing eight,” Strawn said. “The comments I made at 1:30 a.m. Jan. 4 congratulating both Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum still apply. I don’t think the certified vote totals take anything away from either Governor Romney or Senator Santorum.”

All 99 counties turned in their documented results — Howard County was the last and arrived by fax Wednesday — but party officials had to hunt down dozens of missing precincts.

As far as party leaders could tell, no Form Es ever existed for the eight missing precincts, Olsen said. There’s no chance those eight will certified, he said.

“It’s a split decision,” Olsen said.

Party officials saw no significant shifts until Friday, when Fayette County figures rolled in, Strawn said.

In the tabulation room on caucus night, campaign representatives agreed they were comfortable with the numbers showing an eight-vote win for Romney. Everyone promised that as changes flowed in during certification, they would not disclose those vote counts or talk about them with reporters, agreeing that the back-and-forth would be misleading, Olsen said.

Party officials confidentially told the Santorum campaign that Fayette County had lifted him by 99 votes.

On the campaign trail in South Carolina on Friday, Santorum crowed that he might have won Iowa.

Meanwhile in Iowa, the counting grew more complicated.

More than 100 of the Form Es didn’t comply with the party’s instructions.

The precinct chair and precinct secretary were both to sign the results verified by witnesses on caucus night. But results for some precincts came in on pieces of paper other than the official forms. Many more had only one signature, or the wrong signature (say, from a county chair). Another 18 documents had no signatures at all.

All were accepted, party officials said.

“Some are technically perfect in every way, and some are in a gray area, but we erred on the side of inclusion,” Strawn said. “If the campaigns want to make it an issue, they can, but I want to best reflect how Iowans voted on the night of Jan. 3.”

In Fayette County, four of the Form Es were signed by the same two people — Irene Iben, a precinct secretary who backed Gingrich, and Janet Wissler, a precinct secretary who caucused for Perry.

Wissler told the Register on Wednesday that the four precincts — Oelwein 1, 2, 3 and 4 — voted as a group. The Fayette County GOP chairwoman “probably handed them to me and told me to sign them,” Wissler said. “It was the next day.”

All Form Es were supposed to be signed on caucus night, Olsen said.

The muddled results make it impossible to declare a winner, Strawn said.

“The numbers are what they are, and everybody will have an opportunity to inspect the forms from start to finish. This has been as open an electoral process as you’ll find,” he said.

Politics watchers said an accurate caucus count is important to the credibility of the event, but it would be unfair for anyone to spin the new outcome as embarrassing for Iowa.

“It’s not Iowa’s fault that the race was so close,” said Kyle Kondik, a political analyst from Virginia.

The ambiguous certified numbers do seem to take some of the luster off the event, but even if the Hawkeye State gets a brief black eye from inconclusive results, the press and the candidates will be back next time for the caucuses in 2016, Kondik said.

Stineman said: “Even with some changes in the numbers, the Republican Party of Iowa ran a better reporting process than a lot of states do for their official elections.”

Bush-Gore 2000 in Florida was similarly tight, although the importance of that contest was on an entirely different level, Stineman said. That race was so close that election officials, even with the benefit of voting machines and trained auditors, couldn’t decide who won. It took the U.S. Supreme Court to resolve it.

The caucuses, in contrast, are a loose process in which colored slips of paper are gathered in cardboard boxes and plastic buckets and counted by hand as witnesses gather around — about as precise as choosing a class president.

One Democratic political operative, Jerry Crawford of Des Moines, said no party, Democrat or Republican, can protect against a race this close.

“If New Hampshire had been an eight-vote margin, they would be arguing about that for weeks, too. Matt Strawn did a fine job presiding over this process, and then the gods dealt him a bad final hand.”

Strawn explained why the certification took longer than he’d hoped: Not every county filed complete information. “Our staff played the role of Columbo, going around the state trying to track down wayward precinct results — and with few exceptions very successfully,” he said.

Rick Santorum: 29,839
Mitt Romney: 29,805
Ron Paul: 26,036
Newt Gingrich: 16,163
Rick Perry: 12,557
Michele Bachmann: 6,046
Jon Huntsman: 739
Others: No preference, 147; Herman Cain, 45; Sarah Palin, 23; Buddy Roemer, 17; Fred Karger, 10; Gary Johnson, 8; Donald Trump, 5; Paul Ryan, 3; Condoleeza Rice, 2; Roy Moore, 2; Ben Lange, 2; Mike Huckabee, 2; Rudy Giuliani, 2; Tim Pawlenty, 2; Scott Walker, 1; John McCain, 1; Ralph Nader, 1; Pat Buchanan, 1; Robert D. Ray, 1; Jared Blankenship, 1.

* Cerro Gordo County’s Mason City Ward 2, Precinct 3
* Emmet County’s Estherville Ward 2
* Franklin County’s Geneva-Reeve
* Lee County’s Fort Madison 4A
* Lee County’s Fort Madison 4B
* Lee County’s Franklin-Cedar-Marion
* Lee County’s Washington-Green Bay-Denmark
* Pocahontas County’s Center-South Roosevelt-North Lincoln

Here are examples of three counties where the vote totals changed between caucus night and the certified totals.

The biggest shift happened in Fayette County. In two cases there, Rick Santorum gained more votes than the entire gap in the statewide certified total.

Caucus night tally: Mitt Romney 241, Rick Santorum 174
Problem: Typos in two precincts. A reported 54 votes in Illyria township should have been 5, and 54 votes in Oelwein’s third precinct should have been 4. Another wrinkle: Four precincts’ Form Es were signed by the same two people when party instructions call for individual precinct leaders to sign each form.
Certified result: Santorum 172, Romney 136

Caucus night tally: Santorum 174, Romney 87
Problem: Three typos. The Union precinct was listed as 32 for Santorum when it was actually 3. In Washington-Wells, 23 votes for Romney should’ve been 2. And in the Walnut precinct, a reported 6 votes for Santorum should have been 7.
Certified result: Santorum 146, Romney 67. (The changes didn’t alter the winner in this county, which got press coverage when a voter noticed a discrepancy in the reported results. Santorum still had the advantage, but it shrank.)

Caucus night tally: Santorum 154, Romney 124
Problem: Two typos. The Albert City-Fairfield-Coon precinct went from 22 to 35 for Santorum, and from 2 to 8 for Romney. The Sioux Rapids-Lee precinct took away one vote for Santorum, from 6 down to 5.
Certified result: Santorum 166, Romney 130

Nailing down caucus results has proved troublesome
Iowa’s caucuses have a history of incomplete, imperfect results.

After years of criticism, Republican Party officials turned over the counting to media organizations in 1988. Newspapers and television networks declined to continue that arrangement after 2004, and the GOP has been on its own for two cycles now.

A review of results reporting over the years show a process that is getting better, but still is not flawless.

Here’s a history of some of the snafus for both parties:

         Register file photo

1976:Iowa Democratic officials ignored a rule in calculating delegates, resulting in exaggerated projections of delegates for front-runner Jimmy Carter. The Des Moines Register discovered the problem days later.

1980: The problems with the 1980 counts are legendary.

It appeared on caucus night that George H.W. Bush scored an upset victory, beating Ronald Reagan by as much as 6 percentage points.

But computer problems kept 165 mostly rural precincts in which Reagan figured to do especially well from being included in the tally. Two days later, the party’s re-examination showed a 2 percentage-point margin for Bush. CBS News had it even closer, with Reagan leading by less than 1 percent.

The final numbers represented 94.4 percent of the precincts — 142 precincts never reported their results or didn’t hold caucuses, according to Drake University political science professor Dennis Goldford, co-author of “The Iowa Precinct Caucuses: The Making of a Media Event.”

1984: The News Election Service, funded by a consortium of national TV networks and the Associated Press, was created to gather raw vote totals rather than the delegate equivalents that party officials had provided since 1972. But Democratic Party officials refused to cooperate, and the news service managed to tally only 74 percent of precincts.

The party’s own counts proved unreliable: Party leaders were sure Walter Mondale had come in first, but they weren’t certain where other candidates had finished. Many votes were never turned in.

1988: Democrats were still at odds with the news media. Questions were again raised about the validity of the News Election Service results, which were based on just 70 percent of Democratic precincts, Goldford wrote.

Republicans, however, continued to work with the News Election Service to ensure accuracy and legitimacy, and Bob Dole’s nearly 13 percentage-point lead was based on 98 percent of the GOP precincts counted.

1992: Again, Democrats refused to share caucus vote totals, only delegates won by each candidate. The GOP didn’t hold a vote to save its sitting president, George H.W. Bush, any embarrassment from challenger Pat Buchanan.

1996: Republicans decided to do no official party count. Instead, the tabulating was handled by the Voter News Service, which replaced the News Election Service. Still, some GOP candidates thought the VNS results showing Dole first and Buchanan second were flawed.

2008: Republicans handled their own count and experienced some data entry problems. Mike Huckabee won, with Mitt Romney in second. Democrats reported a win for Barack Obama, with John Edwards and Hillary Clinton nearly tied for second.

2012: Iowa Republican officials moved their tabulating center from party headquarters to an undisclosed location to ward against hackers and protesters. County officials reported the precinct votes by phone with live call-takers or logged in to a security-code-protected website.



Exposed: Deadly Cancer Drugs Make Cancer Worse and Kill Patients More Quickly

From Activist Post

Anthony Gucciardi
Activist Post

Cancer drugs, pushed by many drug companies as the only ‘scientific’ method of combating cancer alongside chemotherapy, have been found to actually make cancer worse and kill patients more quickly.

The findings come after research was conducted on the cancer drugs at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston.

Sold at a premium price to cancer sufferers, it turns out these drugs are not only ineffective but highly dangerous.

Something known as anti-angiogenesis is the primary function behind many such widely-used cancer drugs that were analyzed in the study. Researchers examined drugs such as imatanib (a leukemia drug that goes by the brand name Gleevec) and sunitinib (a drug for gastrointestinal tumors — brand name Sutent), finding that these drugs may initially reduce tumor size, but afterwards cause tumors to ‘metastasize ’ aggressively. This means that the tumors come back much stronger and grow much larger than their original size. 

Cancer Drugs Lead to ‘Metastasized’ Tumors

As a result, patients develop life-threatening tumors that oftentimes kill patients more quickly as a result of taking the drug.

When study researchers induced anti-angiogenesis in mice, there was an initial 30% decrease in the volume of the tumor over 25 days. Afterwards, however, the tumors that had metastasized to the lungs tripled. Researchers published the findings in the January 17 issue of Cancer Cell, with study authors shocked by the findings.

‘Whatever manipulations we’re doing to tumors can inadvertently do something to increase the tumor numbers to become more metastatic, which is what kills patients at the end of the day,’ said study author Dr. Raghu Kalluri.

Natural Alternatives More Effective, Come Without Side Effects

It is clear that these cancer drugs are virtually ineffective at treating cancer, even killing patients who may have otherwise survived. Of course a number of natural anti-cancer substances do exist that have been found to be largely effective in reducing tumor size and most importantly combating the onset of cancer. Perhaps the most amazing anti-cancer substance for your health ishigh quality turmeric. Turmeric has been found to reduce tumors by an astounding 81% in recent research.

And contrary to cancer drugs, turmeric does not come loaded with deadly side effects.

Quite the opposite, turmeric instead comes with beneficial properties that can prevent your risk of disease and positively affect over 560 conditions.

Vitamin D is another essential anti-cancer nutrient. Amazingly, vitamin D is much more effective than pharmaceutical drugs at fighting cancer, and is virtually a free nutrient. Instead of paying a premium price for deadly cancer drugs, your vitamin D levels can be significantly improved by soaking up some sunlight. It is important to receive a blood test to ensure you are within the optimal vitamin D level range. The correct test you should receive is 25(OH)D, also called 25-hydroxyvitamin D. The optimal range is 50-70 ng/ml, though if you are fighting cancer or heart disease it is 70-100 ng/ml.

vitamindcancerlevels 410x187 Exposed: Deadly Cancer Drugs Make Cancer Worse and Kill Patients More Quickly

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