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Posted by Xaniel777 on January 24, 2012

TODAY’S NEWS : January 24, 2012



For any who are following the above story, I would like to additionally point out that there is NO Malware Warning for my Blog sites ‘ Danimart.com and Tetra-Trinity Chroncles ‘, on Internet Explorer, Safari, or Mozilla Firefox ( which kind of surprises me as Mozilla Firefox and Google do many things hand in hand ).

The point being, that this is just an attempt by Google to force me to take out the story, ( Reality Shift of Religion ‘ The Curse of Mankind ‘ )Posted on January 9th, 2012 in order to get them to remove their malware warning!

As I’ve said before, ‘Google is trying to use deception to scare people from coming in and reading that post.’
If you will notice in the Malware warning it states ‘ We have already notified http://www.illuminati-news.com , however, Google did not notify me when they slapped the malware warning on either of my two Blog sites! ( Most likely because they were already aware that I would have told them to ‘ GO TO HELL!!‘)

Google is working in a manner of censorship to help their Elite masters step on the truth, nothing more. Google feels that they have the right to keep you from reading what they think is not your concern and they use lies and deception via the malware warnings, to do it. }~~ Xaniel777

The Right to Bear Arms: Over 10,800,000 Guns Sold in the USA in 2011

      From 12160.info

“Destroying the New World Order”


by Mac Slavo
SHTF Plan 

The United Nations may think they’re weapons of mass destruction, but Americans seem to disagree.

2011 was yet another record breaking year for gun sales, with Americans purchasing some 10.8 million firearms, a 14% increase over the previous year and up over 50% from ten years ago as reported by the National Shooting Sports Foundation:

Many indicators, including a record-setting 2011, show the firearms industry continues to thrive in a down economy and that the potential exists for another strong sales year in 2012, reports the National Shooting Sports Foundation, the trade association for the firearms, ammunition, hunting and shooting sports industry.

Indicators such as background-check statistics, firearms production and importation, firearm-retailer surveys and on-the-ground reports from retailers nationwide reveal that interest in firearm ownership is high. “More and more Americans are choosing to exercise their Second Amendment rights, and they are doing so in a safe and responsible manner,” said NSSF President and CEO Steve Sanetti.

One of the best indicators of firearms sales is the FBI’s National Instant Background Check System, which federally licensed firearm retailers use to conduct the mandatory background check on purchasers of new and used firearms. NSSF downwardly adjusts the NICS data by subtracting checks related to non-purchasing activity, such as checks for concealed carry permits, in order to gain a more accurate picture of market activity.

December marked an unprecedented 19th straight month of background check increases when compared to the same period in the previous year.

Why are more Americans choosing to own firearms? Reasons range from citizens’ increased awareness of the Second Amendment protecting the individual right to own firearms that was reaffirmed in two recent Supreme Court decisions, to increased interest in personal and home protection that may be due to economic uncertainty, to increased interest in the shooting sports and hunting.

Politics has played a role, too, with a surge in firearms sale beginning in October 2008, in part because supporters of the Second Amendment feared the election of less gun-friendly candidates, including Barack Obama, and new, restrictive gun laws they might advocate. Though such legislation has not happened, industry professionals at the SHOT Show believe a similar reaction this election year is possible that could ignite another surge in firearm sales.

Related to the topic of gun sales is the public’s changing attitude toward ownership. A recent Gallop poll showed a record lack of support for gun control, with only 26 percent of Americans favoring a ban on the possession of handguns. When Gallup first asked Americans this question some 50 years ago, 60 percent favored banning handguns.

As sales climb, recent FBI data shows violent crime continuing to fall in the United States, with homicides dropping out of the top 15 causes of death in the country. The statistics undermine a favorite argument of anti-gun groups that “more guns equal more crime.”

“These statistics vividly demonstrate that the lawful possession and use of firearms by law-abiding Americans does not cause crime,” said Lawrence G. Keane, NSSF senior vice president and general counsel. “There have never been more firearms in civilian possession in the history of the United States, and crime, including homicide, continues to decline throughout the country.”

According to Ammoland, more guns were purchased last year in the United States than than there are active duty military members in the world’s fourteen largest armies combined:

  • Russian Federation 1,027,000

  • North Korea 1,106,000

  • South Korea 687,000

  • Vietnam 455,000

  • India 1,325,000

  • China 2,285,000

  • Iran 523,000

  • United States 1,468,364

  • Republic of China 290,000

  • Brazil 327,710

  • Pakistan 617,000

  • Egypt 468,500

  • Cuba 49,000

  • Ukraine 129,925
    Above Total = 10,758,499

If you assume an average length of each gun as two feet that would be 4090 miles of guns. That is fourteen times the length of the Grand Canyon and all most twice as long as the Mississippi River and 17,280 times higher than the Empire State Building.

Japanese Fleet Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto was once quoted during World War II as saying, ”you cannot invade the mainland United States. There would be a rifle behind every blade of grass.“

Enemies of the people of the United States and our Constitution should take heed. We’ve got guns. Lots of them, so just back off.

Reprinted from SHTF Plan and picked up at 12160.info
January 23, 2012
Mac Slavo [send him mail] is a small business owner and independent investor


Ron Paul Slams “Out Of Control Police State” After Rand Paul Detained By TSA


Congressman renews his call to abolish agency that “gropes and grabs” Americans

Steve Watson
January 23, 2012

GOP presidential candidate Ron Paul issued the following statement on his campaign website this afternoon, following his son Rand’s treatment at the hands of the TSA in Nashville.

“The police state in this country is growing out of control.  One of the ultimate embodiments of this is the TSA that gropes and grabs our children, our seniors, and our loved ones and neighbors with disabilities.  The TSA does all of this while doing nothing to keep us safe.

“That is why myPlan to Restore America,’ in additional to cutting $1 trillion dollars in federal spending in one year, eliminates the TSA.

“We must restore the freedom and respect for liberty that once made American the greatest nation in human history.  I am deeply committed to doing that as President of the United States.”

The website also posted a picture of Senator Rand Paul talking to reporters following the incident with the TSA:

Congressman Paul has been a long time critic of the TSA. In 2010 he introduced into the House the “American Traveler Dignity Act,” which would remove TSA agents’ immunity from prosecution for implementing invasive pat-down procedures. Paul re-introduced the legislation in the summer.

Related: TSA Directly Violated US Constitution By Detaining Senator Rand Paul 


White House sides with TSA in Rand Paul standoff


By Keith Laing and Amie Parnes – 01/23/12

The White House is standing by the Transportation Security Administration in its standoff with Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) and his father, Republican presidential candidate Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas)

The elder Paul called the TSA a “police state” Monday after Rand Paul was reportedly detained by TSA after he refused to take a pat-down from TSA officials at the Nashville International Airport. 

White House press secretary Jay Carney said Monday that he didn’t have any reaction to Paul’s “police state” comments.

But Carney sided with the TSA saying, “I think it is absolutely essential that we take necessary actions to ensure that air travel is safe.”

Ron Paul, who is one of four remaining Republican candidates for president, disagreed Monday afternoon. Paul said after he confirmed the incident involving Rand Paul on his Twitter page that it showed why the TSA should be eliminated.

“The police state in this country is growing out of control,” the elder Paul said in a statement released by his presidential campaign.

“One of the ultimate embodiments of this is the TSA that gropes and grabs our children, our seniors, and our loved ones and neighbors with disabilities,” he continued. “The TSA does all of this while doing nothing to keep us safe. That is why my ‘Plan to Restore America,’ in additional to cutting $1 trillion dollars in federal spending in one year, eliminates the TSA.” 

TSA has defended its treatment of Rand Paul, saying that its employees in Nashville followed its normal procedure with the senator, who has often sharply criticized the agency’s pat-downs before he refused one Monday morning.

“When an irregularity is found during the TSA screening process, it must be resolved prior to allowing a passenger to proceed to the secure area of the airport,” the agency said Monday in a written statement. “Passengers who refuse to complete the screening process cannot be granted access to the secure area in order to ensure the safety of others traveling.”

U.S. security officials denied that Rand Paul was held by the agency. Instead, they said the senator was escorted out of the security area after his refusal to accept a pat-down after his trip through one of the agency’s X-ray machines caused issues.

Both Pauls have been vocal critics of the TSA, calling for the controversial agency to be disbanded.

TSA said in a statement that “the passenger,” Rand Paul, “has since rebooked on another flight and was rescreened without incident.”


Obama Must Choose on Housing: A Sweetheart Deal for the 1% or a Fair Deal for the 99%


From Huff Post Politics

Van Jones
George Goehl

Rumor has it that on Monday, after months of negotiation with big banks, the White House may announce a settlement that would let the banks off the hook for their role in the foreclosure crisis — paying a tiny fraction of what’s needed in exchange for blanket immunity from future lawsuits.

We hope these rumors are untrue.

President Obama has the ability to stop and change the direction of this sweetheart deal. He should reject any deal that benefits the one percent and lets the big banks get away with their crimes. Instead, the president should stand with the 99 percent and push for real accountability and a solution that will help millions of people in this country.

Here are the hard facts about the housing crisis we face:

  • 3.5 million Americans are homeless.

  • 18.5 million homes sit vacant.

  • Since 2007, more than 7.5 million homes have been foreclosed.

Default and foreclosure rates are now several times higher than at any time since the Great Depression.

If President Obama is serious about solving this crisis, he must ensure three things:

First: The banks must pay a minimum $300 billion in principal reduction for homeowners with underwater mortgages and/or restitution for foreclosed-on families. This is essential. Every effort to date to reboot the housing market has failed because it has not done the most essential thing — actually reduce the massive debt load carried by homeowners.

As it stands, the deal likely to be announced Monday would have the banks pay only $20 billion, an astonishingly small fraction of what’s needed. Add up all the underwater homes in America, and there’s an estimated $700 billion in negative equity in the country, according to a recent study. If banks fix what they broke and write down principals for all underwater mortgages, this would free up millions of people to pump billions of dollars back into local economies, create jobs, and ultimately generate revenue to help invest in things that will help our economy grow.

Second: There must be a full-fledged, full-blown investigation into Wall Street financial fraud by the Department of Justice. There should be a task force with the staff resources, the authority, and the explicit mission of seriously investigating fraudulent behavior in the way home mortgages were securitized.

Reports of the current deal suggest banks could walk away without any actual investigation into their role in the housing crisis.

Third: There should be no civil or criminal immunity for the banks from future lawsuits. That means there should be no broad release of claims in any current or future negotiation or settlement.

The banks must pay to help solve the crisis they played such a big role in creating. They can afford it.

U.S. banks raked in $35 billion in profits last summer alone and are currently sitting on a historically high level of cash reserves of $1.64 trillion. The six biggest banks — Bank of America, Wells Fargo, Citigroup, JP Morgan Chase, Goldman Sachs, and Morgan Stanley — hold assets totaling $9.5 trillion; and together paid an income tax rate of only 11% in 2009 and 2010, far below the federally mandated 35% corporate tax rate.

And that’s not all. Despite their bleak performance this year, the nation’s top six banks paid out $144 billion in bonuses and compensation for 2011, second only to the record $147 billion they paid out in 2007 at the height of the economic boom.

While banks enjoy record profits and the prospect of total immunity, millions of Americans are drowning in underwater mortgages.

Everyday people are already out front, fighting against the malfeasance of the banks; the White House should stand with them. Our national leaders need look no farther than Atlanta, GA, for an instructive profile in courage. Earlier this month, a community church in Dr. Martin Luther King’s old neighborhood refused to be ignored. In 2008, a tornado devastated the historic, 108-year-old Higher Ground Empowerment Center church, and they were forced to take out a loan to cover repairs. The loan went underwater and became harder and harder to pay back. For nearly four years, the church asked the bank to modify their loan, but BB&T bank ignored them. Instead, last week, the bank started to evict the church. Sound familiar? Anyone with an underwater mortgage can tell you: banks these days just can’t seem to treat their own customers with decency and manners.

However, after Occupy Atlanta staged a high-profile press conference, and 65,000 people signed a national petition by Rebuild the Dream, the church got BB&T bank to agree to modify their loan to something affordable and reasonable.

This happy ending is, unfortunately, the rare exception. BB&T, after being shaken to their senses (and shamed in the media), came to the table and did the right thing. But millions of homeowners have no way to stage protests and press conferences. Abuse, fraud, conflicts of interest, and lawlessness have been endemic at every stage of the mortgage origination and foreclosure process. This chain of misconduct by many of the nation’s largest financial companies is at the root of the foreclosure avalanche and it’s time to demand a course of action that will resolve the current crisis and create jobs in the future.

If these folks in Atlanta can show this level of courage in standing up to a big bank, then certainly Obama and state attorneys general can show the same courage.

The banks got their bailout. Now we need a strong and fair settlement to help Americans drowning in underwater mortgages.

Van Jones is the co-founder and president of Rebuild the Dream, a new national organization working to fix America’s economy and restore our democracy.

George Goehl is the executive director of  National People’s Action, a network of metropolitan and statewide membership organizations dedicated to advancing economic and racial justice. National People’s Action is a leading organization within a national coalition called New Bottom Line that challenges established big bank interests on behalf of struggling and middle-class communities.

Follow Van Jones on Twitter: www.twitter.com/VanJones68 


TEPCO has just announced – Radiation being emitted from Fukushima is 70 million becquerels per hour – It is increasing – Up 12 million from last month .

From and by 

           January 7 2012 Picture – Reactor 4 in fore ground – Reactor 3 (Mox Fuel) 2nd

All the explosions (quakes) people have been feeling around Fukushima that are listed as earthquakes on the Japan sensors.  The fact that they could not find the fuel rods when they looked in Reactor 2, was obvious something big is going on at Fukushima.

Now TEPCO has announced 70 million becquerels per hour of radiation is being leaked into the air.

[Tepco] on Monday reported an increase in radioactive materials leaking from damaged nuclear reactors […]

The total amount of radioactive cesium that leaked from the containment vessels of the No. 1 to No. 3 reactors reached 70 million becquerels per hour, up 12 million becquerels from the December level […]

It seems that radioactive dusts were stirred up because plant workers went inside reactor buildings and removed rubble […]

Last month, the leaked amount was put at 10 million becquerels each for the No. 1 and No. 2 reactors and 40 million becquerels for the No. 3 reactor.

You notice reactor 3 (Mox fuel) has been releasing the most radiation in TEPCO’s announcement?

I posted about reactor 3 last week and it being in  trouble.

We also know from a Fukushima insider that reactor 4 has been boiling. 

Oh, I am sure they will tell everyone that there is no real radiation problem.  But they don’t give a damn at TEPCO, because as they see it and are telling the courts, once the radiation leaves their plant, it is no longer theirs.  When it lands on people’s property it is then the owner of that property’s radiation.  They don’t have to clean it up or anything.  One court in Japan thought that argument was correct the the person that brought the lawsuit against TEPCO lost in court for his land being made toxic. 

Let’s face it Japan’s government will never stand up for the people.  They are going to let their people die horrible deaths.  They hide the radiation and they ridicule the people who are concerned about it.

The U.S. and Canada are no better.  They have shut down radiation sensors in California.  They have lied about the radiation saying it did not make it over to the U.S., the media is ignoring Fukushima.

Radiation is being found all over the globe from Fukushima.  Even down in Australia they have had radiation fall out from it.

The situation at Fukushima seems to be the fuel rods have melted the containment vessels and are under them.  Are the rods spreading in the Earth around there?   Is it going to reach the ocean at some point?  Besides of course TEPCO dumping radiated water in the ocean and contaminating it.  That seems to have spread up to Alaska already as the sea life there has begun dying.  

If only governments were honest with the people.  So much death could be avoided.  People could take precautions, like taking iodine pills and doing other things to protect themselves from radiation exposure.

I have above on the tabs – a Radiation protection tab.  It has information in there for people to help get radiation out of their body naturally.

This is one of those situations we have no control over.  I try not to get really upset as there is nothing I can do.  It saddens me beyond words that I can express.  All I can do is keep praying that some how this situation will be controlled.  I pray for humanity and the Earth.

Here is a link for the real time radiation Geigermap of Japan. 

Look at Reno Nevada and the radiation they are getting from Fukushima. 


Voters wanted: Alive, not dead

From The Post and Courier

Discovering that more than 900 people listed as deceased voted recently in South Carolina is alarming at any time.

But it is particularly problematic when people already are focused on possible voter fraud as it relates to a controversial state law that would require voters to show photo IDs.

And it is problematic when some voters are already skeptical about the accuracy of the state’s voting machines.

The credibility of the electoral process is of critical importance. Voting is a treasured right of citizens. They deserve assurance that their votes will be fairly and accurately counted, and that only registered — and living — voters are allowed to cast ballots.

In a good move, state officials have requested the State Law Enforcement Division investigate records relating to the 900-plus-person discrepancy.

The state Department of Motor Vehicles found the names while comparing death records to State Election Commission records of when people last voted. But the DMV is not the agency to determine whether voter fraud has been committed.

If SLED determines widespread voter fraud has occurred, it will belie what opponents of South Carolina’s new voter ID law have contended — that there is no voter fraud. And it would provide evidence to the need for that law.

The voter ID law that passed last year requires people to have state- or military-issued identification, a U.S. passport or a new state voter registration card that contains a picture in order to vote in person. Photo identification is not required for voting by absentee ballot.

The law was rejected last month by the U.S. Department of Justice. S.C. Attorney General Alan Wilson plans to file a federal suit against the department to try to remove its objection to the law.

State investigators should waste no time finding the truth about the 900 names. Problems, whatever they are, need to be addressed well in advance of the general election in November and to the satisfaction of the people of the state.

The Legislature also should require an audit of the state’s much criticized electronic voting machines to assure that they are providing for safe and secure elections.

Our government is designed to reflect the will of the people, as represented in their voting. If the voting system is compromised by fraud or technical problems, confidence in representative government is shaken at its foundation.


Police State USA and the NDAA: Creating American Terrorists

Global Research, January 22, 2012

Council of the National Interest

by Philip Giraldi

Defenders of the recently passed National Defense Authorization Act, which declares the entire world to be a “battlefield” against terrorism and authorizes the U.S. military to detain indefinitely anyone suspected of being a terrorism supporter, have claimed that the White House will only use its new power carefully and with due process. Opponents note that the White House has never hesitated to use any new authority, no matter how outrageous, and that the trend of law enforcement and security agencies is to expand on powers granted, not to rein them in or limit them.

The track record of the Obama administration on civil liberties is particularly bad, as it has broadened its definition of war powers, reneged on its promise to close Guantanamo Prison, and supported numerous dubious terrorism prosecutions. It has also become adept at silencing critics through the repeated exploitation of the state-secrets privilege, which effectively dismisses any case accusing the government of abuse or malfeasance.

So let us accept that the government now has the power to send a team of military police to anyone’s home in any state in the Union and can demand that that person surrender without any recourse to a lawyer or judicial due process. The military can then detain the individual incommunicado for any length of time and can presumably send him to Guantanamo for special confinement, claiming that the reason for the detention is support of terrorism, which can be almost anything, including a letter to the editor of the local paper complaining about the goonery of the Transportation Security Administration.

Once in detention, the suspect only has such options as are granted to him by the military. He cannot see a lawyer, cannot invoke habeas corpus or other constitutional privileges, cannot confront any witnesses against him, and cannot challenge any information prejudicial to him even if it is hearsay or fabricated. In other words, the accused can be arrested for no reason and held indefinitely without any protections that enable him to push back against being detained. Most people would consider a criminal justice system that permits such detention ipso facto a police state.

Now let us accept for a moment that the White House and Justice Department are well-intentioned and will not use their newfound authority to detain anyone in a questionable fashion. The expanded powers will only be used to detain foreign terrorists who are caught in flagrante, more or less. That would be fine, perhaps, but for one small problem.

Because the definition of a terrorism supporter has become enormously elastic, it can be stretched to include anything. If the whole world has become a battlefield, speaking out or acting against powerful vested interests can be dangerous because those interests can turn around and exploit the system to label one a terrorist. And once you are labeled a terrorist, your constitutional rights vanish and you might as well sit around and wait for that knock on the door — or, rather, for the door to be kicked in.

That is what House Resolution 3131 is all about. It is titled, in part, “To direct the secretary of state to submit a report on whether any support organization that participated in the planning or execution of the recent Gaza flotilla attempt should be designated as a foreign terrorist organization….” The bill then goes on to assert that the two flotillas in 2010 and 2011 opposing Israel’s blockade of Gaza were terrorist actions. But the only problem is that it relies on information from the Israeli Intelligence and Information Center to do so, meaning that Congress is deferring to a foreign government organization to make a judgment that directly impacts that selfsame government.

And the Israelis are not shy about calling someone a terrorist, if it suits the narrative they are trying to present. They describe a Turkish organization involved in the first flotilla in 2010, known by its acronym IHH, as linked to al-Qaeda and Hamas based on evidence that no one else in the world accepts, apart from Congress, that is. The Turkish vessel Mavi Marmara was clearly aiming to take on the Israeli navy, armed to the teeth with “100 metal rods, 200 knives, 50 wooden clubs, and a telescopic sight for a gun.”

In reality, the rods were torn from the ships rails when the heavily armed Israeli commandos boarded at night from helicopters. The knives were pocket knives and utility knives from the vessel’s galley, and the clubs were broken from deck chairs to repel the attackers. I will not speculate on the telescopic sight, but there was not a real weapon anywhere on board.

The Israelis killed nine Turks, shooting several in the head at close range, including an American citizen. Congress has yet to express its outrage at the Israeli action — quite the contrary — and Hillary Clinton’s State Department has been silent, apart from warning the subsequent 2011 flotilla that the American embassy would do nothing to protect U.S. citizens aboard.

Regarding the second flotilla of July 2011, HR 3131 goes on to state that “Greek authorities boarded ships and took into custody several individuals, including Captain John Klusmire of the ship Audacity of Hope as it violated Greek Coast Guard orders by setting sail without permission.” Klusmire is a U.S. citizen who was not breaking any American law, it should be noted. He was later released by the Greek authorities.

The bill concludes with its “Sense of Congress,” surely an oxymoron if there ever was one: “the secretary of state shall submit … a report on whether any support organization that participated in the planning or execution of the recent Gaza flotilla attempt should be designated as a foreign terrorist organization … [to] include information on … the sources of any logistical, technical, or financial support for the Gaza flotilla ships, including the Audacity of Hope, that were to set sail from Greece on July 1, 2011.”

I personally know a number of organizations that provided material or financial support to one or both of the Gaza flotillas. I also personally know that none of those organizations support violence against the state of Israel and that the people behind them believed then and now that they were exercising their constitutional rights in speaking out and acting nonviolently against what they and most of the world regard as an illegal and immoral blockade of Gaza. But, if the bill passes in Congress, a bureaucrat in the U.S. Department of State will now be able to call those people and their associated groups “terrorists,” and Hillary Clinton will be able to confirm that judgment to Congress. Next step is the MPs at the door.

If people cannot see what a slippery slope all of this is, they not thinking very clearly. HR 3131 is admittedly still sitting in congressional committee, but it has some very powerful sponsors, including Ileana Ros-Lehtinen of Florida, who heads the Foreign Affairs Committee and is a rabid supporter of Israel. The bill not only indicts whole groups of people exercising their constitutional rights and labels them “terrorists,” it even names one American who was, at the time, breaking no U.S. law. Klusmire’s only crime was to “set sail without permission” — in Greece. It was clearly a bogus charge manufactured to suit by a vulnerable Greek government desperately needing international loans and under pressure from the United States and Israel.

Klusmire’s real crime was to oppose a powerful interest group, the Israel Lobby. To do so these days is to invite a charge of terrorism support with the option of being arrested by the Pentagon and locked up somewhere at the pleasure of the president of the United States. How low have we sunk, Mr. Obama? You portray yourself as a man of honor and a defender of constitutionalism, but you have opened the gates to lawlessness and authoritarian rule. And even if you are as benign as you depict yourself, you have provided the legal tools for those who might follow you — the Gingriches, the Perrys, the Bachmanns, and the Santorums — to possibly do much, much worse.

Philip Giraldi is the executive director of the Council for the National Interest and a recognized authority on international security and counterterrorism issues. He is a former CIA counter-terrorism specialist and military intelligence officer who served eighteen years overseas in Turkey, Italy, Germany, and Spain. He was Chief of Base in Barcelona from 1989 to 1992 designated as the Agency’s senior officer for Olympic Games support.

Philip Giraldi is a frequent contributor to Global Research.  Global Research Articles by Philip Giraldi


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