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Posted by Xaniel777 on February 26, 2012

TODAY’S NEWS : February 26, 2012




Would You Support a War Against Iran If You Knew the True Facts?


From Before It’s News

February 23, 2012

Would you support a war against Iran if you knew that:

  • The CIA admits that the U.S. overthrew the moderate, suit-and-tie-wearing, Democratically-elected prime minister of Iran in 1953. He was overthrown because he had nationalized Iran’s oil, which had previously been controlled by BP and other Western oil companies. As part of that action, the CIA admits that it hired Iranians to pose as Communists and stage bombings in Iran in order to turn the country against its prime minister

  • If the U.S. hadn’t overthrown the moderate Iranian government, the fundamentalist Mullahs would have never taken over. (Moreover, the U.S. has had a large hand in strengthening radical Islam in the Middle East by supporting radicals to fight the Soviets and others)

  • The U.S. armed and supported Iraq after it invaded Iran and engaged in a long, bloody war which included the use of chemical weapons. Here is former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld meeting with Saddam Hussein in the 1980′s, several months after Saddam had used chemical weapons in a massacre:

The U.S. has been claiming for more than 30 years that Iran was on the verge of nuclear capability

The U.S. helped fund Iran’s nuclear program

The U.S. has been actively planning regime change in Iran – and throughout the oil-rich Middle East and North Africa – for 20 years

The decision to threaten to bomb Iran was made before 9/11

America and Israel both support a group designated by the U.S. as a terrorist organization which is trying to overthrow the Iranian government

 Top American and Israeli military and intelligence officials say that Iran has not decided to build a nuclear bomb

Top American and Israeli military and intelligence officials say that – even if Iran did build a nuclear bomb – it would not be that dangerous, because Israel and America have so many more nukes. And see this

American military and intelligence chiefs say that attacking Iran would only speed up its development of nuclear weapons, empower its hardliners, and undermine the chance for democratic reform

The people pushing for war against Iran are the same people who pushed for war against Iraq, and said it would be a “cakewalk”. See this and this

Well-known economist Nouriel Roubini says that attacking Iran would lead to global recession. The IMF says that Iran cutting off oil supplies could raise crude prices 30%. War with Iran would kill the American economy. And see this and this

China and Russia have warned that attacking Iran could lead to World War III



Elite Criminal Cartel to Loot Taxpayers in the Name of Cyber Security


{ XANIEL’S NOTE : I personally feel that this March 8th shut down that the government is planning is more about  ‘ them doing something very serious and illegal around that time and will be able to control the truth of it if they shut down the system and make excuses as to why they can’t get it back up again.’

There by hiding most,  if not all the truth from everyone but those in which they are targeting. But that’s just me and the way my mind works !! } ~~ Xaniel777


From The Intel Hub

The Intel Hub
By Shepard Ambellas
February 25, 2012

Are Washington chorines awaiting order, as another false flag event is primed and ready for release when the puppet masters give their ominous command?

American policy makers are in a state of high alert over recent cyber threats.

Recently there has been a string of malicious hacks on governmental websites suggesting one of two things — either the attacks are legitimate and pose an actual treat to our national security from a cyber standpoint, or the attacks are staged in an attempt to further control the general public by tightening internet regulations which will in turn restrict access to vital news and information.

         Photo: dhs.gov | Michael Chertoff — (The Chertoff Group)

Our floundering leaders in Washington would love nothing more than to have us all inside cages at some point, this is what they are pushing for, this is what they want — as they are directed and paid by shadowy figureheads who work from behind the curtain.

Take a recent quote from Leon Panetta stating;

“The next Pearl Harbor we confront could very well be a cyber attack that cripples our power systems, our grid”. 

Panetta’s statement stands out, and for good reason.

In mid 2011 I meet with the family member of a nuclear power worker (in the Pacific Northwest region of the US) who was called into an unexpected meeting. The meeting was concerning possible future shutdowns of power plants in 2012 due to possible terror,economic, or solar flare scenarios.

Sponsored Link: Are You Prepared for the Next Crisis?

These type looming threats were brought up to nuclear power workers in meetings for a reason, this is preparation or ‘chatter’.

The new WMD (as termed by President Obama) of 2012 is a ‘Weapon of Mass Disruption’ — coming to a battlefield near you, your mind.

The further you proceed down the rabbit hole, the worse it looks.

The FBI Director Robert Mueller warned;

“The cyber threat will equal or surpass the threat from counter terrorism in perceivable future”.

Jim Harper the Information Policy Director at CATO Institute stated that;

“There is no chance what so ever nuclear power plants will be hacked…. This is not war, this is disruption”.

Thus further concluding that if there is a threat it would most likely be staged.

Now key players such as Michael Chertoff (Former Head of DHS) who profited on the ‘War on Terror,’ our now in the business of ‘Cyber Security’.

Oh, how convenient.

C-Span reported;

Vice Admiral Mike McConnell, USN (ret.), former Director of National Intelligence, and the Hon. Michael Chertoff, former U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security, discussed the pending Cybersecurity Act of 2012 at an event hosted by the George Washington University Homeland Security Policy Institute Wednesday morning. They were joined in a roundtable discussion by invited senior staff members of the U.S. Senate and U.S. House of Representatives.

The Cybersecurity Act of 2012 is bipartisan legislation that would give the Homeland Security Department power to identify vulnerabilities in critical infrastructure and set regulations requiring private companies who operate critical networks to improve security or face penalties.

The bill also requires the State Department to identify cyber threats and reward foreign aid to cooperative governments while issuing sanctions against those governments that do nothing to stop cyber attacks.

The Chertoff Group (owned by Michael Chertoff) looks like it will be one of the next big profiteers of the decade when it comes to the cyber war, or staged cyber war.

A recent Bloomberg article points out how the FCC is demanding private corporations to beef up their cyber security;

Internet-service providers should adopt an industrywide standard to help keep hackers from taking over customers’ computers, Federal Communications Commission Chairman Julius Genachowski said.

Providers of high-speed Internet service, such as Comcast Corp. and AT&T Inc., should create a voluntary code of conduct to help protect against so-called botnets that secretly infect computers, Genachowski said in a speech today in Washington. He urged providers to take steps to thwart schemes that hijack Internet traffic and direct consumers to fraudulent websites.

“Cyber attacks pose a critical threat to our economic future and national security,” Genachowski said. “If you shut down the Internet, you’d shut down our economy.”

Thus concluding that there is now a push from government agencies to increase cyber security on a private level, setting the stage for an actual event (most likely staged) to take place.

Some claim we are the most venerable nation on earth to a cyber attack.

The US government will spend more than $10 billion a year on cyber security by 2015, in a worldwide market nearing $140 billion a year.

Thus allowing the criminal cartel to once again dip into the taxpayer pockets, looting the entire nation for all it’s worth to install more police state features in the Orwellian nightmare we already live in.

Russia Today reports:

₡yber ₩ar ⫪hreat 🙂 US to fight enemy it created itself (-: [Lucy Kafanov © RT]



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{ XANIEL’S NOTE : Once again I must make it clear, that I do not make any money from promoting services like this one.

I make absolutely no money from either of my ‘ Alternative News ‘ sites or either of my  ‘ Blogs.’              

I AM NOT IN THE MONEY MAKING BUSINESS !( …which probably explains why I can’t afford that new Harley I’ve really been wanting…NUTS !! )

I am an information, education and awareness source only.  Any products, services, ect.  found at any time on any of my sites,  are offered only as a convenience for my readers, nothing more. Thank you for your time.

… NOW BACK TO OUR PROGRAM ALREADY IN PROGRESS… can I say that??…yeah…yeah I can say that !}~~ Xaniel777  



Filed in CLOUD INDUSTRY INSIGHTS on June 22nd, 2011 by Angela Bartels 

Data stored in the cloud from social networks, email, web applications, and smart phones have many of the same vulnerabilities and require the same due diligence as if you’re running your information in your house.  If you make the decision to put your data in the cloud, you definitely have a role in keeping your data secure. A few preventative measures can go a long way toward enhancing the security built-in to your cloud services.

Check out our tips below on some things you can do to keep your data safe. Make sure to share with your friends and colleagues.


” We’re just spreading the word.”~~ Xaniel777


About the Author

This is a post written and contributed by Angela Bartels.

Angela is a Racker that started in 2003, left in 2005 and returned in 2009 because she missed Rackspace so much. She is a content marketer that enjoys working on content to help educate the world about cloud computing. She’s worked directly with customers in technical support, account management, product and now in marketing, she’s passionate about finding new customers through compelling stories.



Farmer Faces Possible 3-year Prison Term for Feeding Community


From FARM WARS.info

Customers and Other Supporters Stand with Farmer!

Submitted by Kimberly Hartke

The FDA reign of terror against family farms who are serving the needs of private buying clubs is culminating in one Wisconsin farmer facing federal charges. Citizens deserve the freedom to choose, and are staging an event in support of this principled farmer, Vernon Hershberger. He is being dealt with unjustly, and is standing strong with the support of the families he serves. (Kimberly Hartke)

February 24, 2012–Baraboo, WI. Food sovereignty activists from around North America will meet at this tiny town on March 2, 2012 to support Wisconsin dairy farmer Vernon Hershberger and food sovereignty. Hershberger, who has a court hearing that day, is charged with four criminal misdemeanors that could land him in prison for three years with fines of over $10,000. The Wisconsin Department of Agricultural Trade and Consumer Protection (DATCP) targeted Hershberger for supplying a private buying club with fresh milk and other farm products.

DATCP has charged Hershberger with, among other things, operating a retail food establishment without a license. Hershberger repeatedly denies this, citing that he provides foods only to paid members in a private buying club and is not subject to state food regulations. “There is more at stake here than just a farmer and his few customers,” says Hershberger, “this is about the fundamental right of farmers and consumers to engage in peaceful, private, mutually consenting agreements for food, without additional oversight.”

At a pre-court rally scheduled for 11:00am, in front of the Sauk County Courthouse in Baraboo, food rights activists will read and distribute a “Declaration of Food Independence” that asserts inherent rights in food choice. A signing ceremony will be part of the rally. The signers expect the declaration will inspire a growing food sovereignty movement. Speakers at the rally will include members of Hershberger’s club.

Hershberger and other farmers around the country have been and are facing state or federal charges against them for providing fresh foods to wanting customers. In recent months the FDA has conducted several long undercover sting operations and raids against peaceful farmers and buying clubs that have resulted in farms shutting down and consumers without access to their food.

Farm Food Freedom Coalition wants to ensure that America’s treasures, our independent farms and ranches, are able to thrive. We aim to preserve our agricultural heritage and the future availability of traditional, farm fresh foods. Americans want and deserve the freedom to choose natural, unprocessed foods for generations to come.

Information about farm raids: FarmFoodFreedom.com. For additional information on raw milk: westonaprice.org.

More event information: RawMilkFreedomRiders.com



Man shocked by arrest after daughter draws picture of gun at school


{XANIEL’S NOTE :  Just how paranoid and ridiculous has our ( U.S. ) country become?  Just when I thought I couldn’t be any more embarrassed by the actions ( or in some cases, the lack there of ) of some of my fellow Americans , I read news like this story.

A father gets arrested because the school panics over his daughters ‘ creative yet harmless imagination ‘ ?

(It wasn’t just the school, even the police were too stupid to see this for what it truly was !)




 From The Record.com

By Dianne Wood Record staff

February 24, 2012

Jessie Sansone was arrested at his daughter's school after the  4-year-old drew a picture of a gun.

Arrested Jessie Sansone was arrested at his daughter’s school after the 4-year-old drew a picture of a gun.

KITCHENER — A Kitchener father is upset that police arrested him at his children’s’ school Wednesday, hauled him down to the station and strip-searched him, all because his four-year-old daughter drew a picture of a gun at school.

“I’m picking up my kids and then, next thing you know, I’m locked up,” Jessie Sansone, 26, said Thursday.

“I was in shock. This is completely insane. My daughter drew a gun on a piece of paper at school.”

The school principal, police and child welfare officials, however, all stand by their actions. They said they had to investigate to determine whether there was a gun in Sansone’s house that children had access to.

“From a public safety point of view, any child drawing a picture of guns and saying there’s guns in a home would warrant some further conversation with the parents and child,” said Alison Scott, executive director of Family and Children’s Services.

Waterloo Regional Police Insp. Kevin Thaler said there was a complaint from Forest Hills public school that “a firearm was in a residence and children had access to it. We had every concern, based on this information, that children were in danger.”

Their concern wasn’t based on the drawing alone, he said.

Neaveh, the child who made the drawing, also made comments about it that raised more flags.

Sansone thinks police overreacted. He didn’t find out until hours after his arrest what had actually sparked the incident.

He said he went to the school Wednesday afternoon to pick up his three children. He was summoned to the principal’s office where three police officers were waiting. They said he was being charged with possession of a firearm.

He was escorted from the school, handcuffed and put in the back of a cruiser.

Stephanie Squires holds the toy gun her daughter appears to have used as inspiration for her school drawing that led to her dad's arrest and strip search by police.

Gun leading to dad’s arrest was a toy

A plastic toy gun is to blame for the mayhem that saw a man arrested at his daughter’s school this week.

At the same time, other police officers went to his home, where his wife and 15-month-old child were waiting for his return.

They made his wife come to the police station while the other three children were taken to Family and Children’s Services to be interviewed.

“Nobody was given any explanation,” said his wife, Stephanie Squires. “I didn’t know why he was being arrested.

“He had absolutely no idea what this was even about. I just kept telling them. ‘You’re making a mistake.’ ”

At the police station, Sansone talked to a lawyer who said only that he was being charged with possession of a firearm, Sansone said.

He kept asking questions. He was given a blanket and told he would appear before a judge in the morning to post bail.

“I was getting pretty scared at that point,” Sansone said. “It seemed like I was actually being charged at this point.”

He was forced to remove his clothes for a full strip search.

Several hours later, a detective apologized and said he was being released with no charges, Sansone said.

The detective told him that his four-year-old daughter had drawn a picture of a man holding a gun. When a teacher asked her who the man was, the girl replied, “That’s my daddy’s. He uses it to shoot bad guys and monsters.”

“To be honest with you, I broke down,” Sansone said. “My character got put down so much. I was actually really hurt, like it could happen that easy.

“How do you recognize a criminal from a father?’’

He said he thought he had good relations with the principal who offered him a job last year counselling students at the school.

“We’re educated,’’ he said. “I’m a certified PSW (personal support worker) and a life issues counsellor. I go into schools to try to make a difference.’’

After he was released, Sansone was asked to sign a paper authorizing a search of his home. He signed, even though he didn’t have to, he said.

“I just think they blew it out of proportion,’’ Squires said. “It was for absolutely nothing. They searched our house upside down and found nothing. They had the assumption he owned a firearm.

“The way everything happened was completely unnecessary, especially since we know the school very well. I don’t understand how they came to that conclusion from a four-year-old’s drawing.’’

Scott, of Family and Children’s Services, said the agency was obligated to investigate after getting a report from the school.

“Our community would have an expectation if comments are made about a gun in a house, we’d be obligated to investigate that to ensure everything is safe.”

If there’s a potential crime that’s been committed, the agency must call in police, she said

“In the end, it may not be substantiated. There may be a reasonable explanation for why the child drew that gun. But we have to go on what gets presented to us.

“I’m sure this was a very stressful thing for the family,” she acknowledged.

The school principal, Steve Zack, said a staff member called child welfare officials because the law requires them to report anything involving the safety or neglect of a child.

The agency chose to involve police, he said.

“Police chose to arrest Jessie here. Nobody wants something like this to happen at any time, especially not at school. But that’s out of my hands.”

Sansone says he got into some trouble with the law five years ago, and was convicted of assault and attempted burglary. But he’s put all that behind him. He never had any firearms-related charges.

As for the strip search, Thaler said it was done “for officer safety, because it’s a firearms-related incident.

“At the point in the investigation when it was determined it was not a real firearm, the individual was released unconditionally,” he said.



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